How It Works
A head mask is placed on the patient to pinpoint anatomical landmarks. CT images are loaded into our Sinus GPS navigation system and calibrated to pre-set reference points recorded during the CT scan. Dr. Mandel then maps bone landmarks and measures tissue density for a complete assessment of each patient’s unique airway. This allows our navigation system to track surgical instruments within 1-mm to ensure each procedure meets our high standards in patient care.
Simplifying The Complex Anatomy Of The Nasal Cavity
Using intra-operative imaging technology, Dr. Mandel takes snapshots before, during and after surgery to show a fuller perspective of anatomy and surgical changes in real-time. Such a detailed approach greatly reduces postoperative discomfort (reducing tissue inflammation, and excess bleeding) while drastically improving success rates.