Dr. Vincent F. Honrubia, F.A.C.S.
Dr. Vincent F. Honrubia is a Board Certified Ear, Nose and Throat – Head and Neck surgeon. He attended Medical School at the University of California at Los Angeles. He is a member of the American Board of Otolaryngology and has over 21 years of experience as a surgeon. He has performed more than 20,000 sinus surgical procedures and more than 10,000 Balloon Sinuplasty surgeries.
He has been designated by Acclarent, a Johnson & Johnson Company, as a proctor to train other physicians across the nation on Balloon Sinuplasty techniques. He is the developer of the Honrubia Technique for Balloon Sinuplasty, which combines anesthesia with the latest in non-invasive medical technology. The Honrubia Technique™ for Balloon Sinuplasty is now being practiced in clinics throughout North America.
With The Honrubia Technique™ for Balloon Sinuplasty, The Comfort and Safety Of The Patient Comes First
The Honrubia Technique™ for Balloon Sinuplasty is a revolutionary approach to this procedure. It treats chronic sinusitis by balancing the latest medical technology with highest level of comfort for patients, resulting in a treatment that is effective while being minimally invasive. The Honrubia Technique ™ involves minimal tissue removal and less pain, allowing patients a quicker recovery than traditional sinus surgery. The surgeons of the South Texas Sinus Institute recommend the Honrubia Technique™ for Balloon Sinuplasty surgery over traditional (more invasive) sinus surgery methods.
Many traditional sinus procedures are done with minimal sedation and pain control. The Honrubia Technique™ is based around placing the comfort and safety of the patient first. With the Honrubia Technique™, the Balloon Sinuplasty procedure is done under anesthesia; this ensures that patients have a relaxing, positive experience.
The Honrubia Technique™ uses exclusively the Johnson & Johnson Balloon Sinuplasty System of products. Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary Acclarent are recognized as the worldwide leaders in Balloon Sinuplasty research and product development.