Drip.

Sniff.

Drip.

Get your runny, stuffy nose to cool it.

Drip.

Sniff.

Drip.

Get your runny, stuffy nose to cool it.

DO YOU HAVE CHRONIC RHINITIS?

If you frequently have a runny, stuffy nose, you may have Chronic Rhinitis (CR.)

  • Chronic Rhinitis is caused by inflammation of nasal linings

You’re not alone.

  • More than 24 million people in the U.S. suffer from CR

Your runny and stuffy nose can be frustrating.

  • Treatments, such as sprays, drops and pills may not give you the relief you’re after.

CLARIFIX COOLS THE PROBLEM FOR LONG-TERM CR RELIEF.

  • ClariFix Cryotherapy goes to the root of the problem, the inflamed nasal tissue and the underlying nerves for long-term Chronic Rhinitis symptom relief.
  • In a clinical study, 4 out of 5 people reported long-lasting improvement with the ClariFix device1, including reduction in runny nose and congestion.

Are you still suffering despite all the medications you’ve tried?

While nasal sprays and oral medications may provide some relief,
you might be looking for a solution that lasts longer without the side
effects of medications.4

Your nasal nerves might be out of balance, causing your nasal symptoms. That could be why you can’t get the runny or stuffy nose relief that you seek.

It has been established that interrupting the pathways of nasal nerves results in the reduction of runny and stuffy nose symptoms.2

Cool the nerve. Reduce the drip, sniff, drip.

Finally, people with runny and stuffy nose may have long-term symptom relief that goes to the root of the problem. When you cool the nasal tissue to freezing temperatures, it could reduce the nerve signals and improve nasal symptoms.

ClariFix is available by Rx only.
Only your doctor can determine if ClariFix is right for you.

CLARIFIX IS EASY TO GET.

Simply ask your ENT doctor if ClariFix is right for you.
Here’s how it works:

  • ClariFix Cryotherapy is performed in your ENT’s office
  • Only local or topical anesthesia is needed
  • The ClariFix device uses a special cooling probe to freeze a small area of nasal tissue in the back of nose
  • The cooling time takes just a few minutes

ClariFix is safe. In a clinical study, the ClariFix device was found to be well-tolerated with no device or procedure-related serious adverse events.5

Indication: The ClariFix® Device is intended to be used as a cryosurgical tool for the destruction of unwanted tissue during surgical procedures, including in adults with chronic rhinitis.

CLARIFIX WORKS!

In a clinical study, 4 OUT OF 5 PEOPLE reported long-lasting improvement with the ClariFix device1, including REDUCTION IN RUNNY NOSE AND CONGESTION.

Chronic Rhinitis Symptoms (including runny, stuffy nose) improved 56% at 90 days and IMPROVEMENT WAS MAINTAINED AT 1 YEAR.3

ClariFix is the only FDA-cleared medical device for Chronic Rhinitis in adults.

ClariFix is available by Rx only.
Only your doctor can determine if ClariFix is right for you.

CLARIFIX WORKS!

In a clinical study, 4 OUT OF 5 PEOPLE reported long-lasting improvement with the ClariFix device1, including REDUCTION IN RUNNY NOSE AND CONGESTION.

Chronic Rhinitis Symptoms (including runny, stuffy nose) improved 56% at 90 days and IMPROVEMENT WAS MAINTAINED AT 1 YEAR.3

ClariFix is the only FDA-cleared medical device for Chronic Rhinitis in adults.

ClariFix is available by Rx only.
Only your doctor can determine if ClariFix is right for you.

Q: Does ClariFix cryotherapy hurt?

A: In a clinical study of 27 patients, the cryotherapy was well-tolerated and patients reported an average pain rating of 1.19 on the Wong-Baker FACES pain scale (0 = minimum score, 5 = maximum score)1.

Q: Can I drive myself back home from the appointment?

A: Talk to your physician about preparing for the procedure and what to expect afterward. In most cases, only topical or local anesthesia are necessary and patients can drive themselves back home.

Q: Is there downtime or recovery?

A: Your physician can provide you with post-treatment instructions. In general, there is minimal downtime and recovery. As with any nasal procedure, you may experience increased sensitivity, congestion and/or pain during the healing process.

Q: What are the side effects?

A: In a clinical study, side effects were those usually associated with cryosurgery in the nasal passageway and included: pain/discomfort, headache, facial pain, bleeding, dry nose, and ear blockage. These symptoms had either resolved or were rated as mild within 3 months of the procedure.

Q: How long until I see an improvement?

A: Most patients begin to see improvement between 7 days and 30 days post-treatment.

ClariFix® is the breakthrough cooling technology for treating frequent runny or stuffy nose, a condition called Chronic Rhinitis.

4 out of 5 people treated with the ClariFix device reported long-lasting improvement.1

ClariFix cools inflamed nasal tissue for long-lasting relief.

4 out of 5 people treated with the ClariFix device reported long-lasting improvement.1

Clarifix cools inflamed nasal tissue for long-lasting relief.

Do you suffer from chronic rhinitis?

DO YOU EXPERIENCE CHRONIC RHINITIS?

If you frequently have a runny, stuffy nose, you may have Chronic Rhinitis (CR).

  • Chronic Rhinitis is caused by inflammation of nasal linings

You’re not alone.

  • More than 24 million people in the U.S. suffer from CR

Your runny and stuffy nose can be frustrating.

  • Treatments, such as sprays, drops and pills may not give you the relief you’re after

CLARIFIX COOLS THE PROBLEM FOR LONG-TERM CR RELIEF.

  • ClariFix Cryotherapy goes to the root of the problem, the inflamed nasal tissue and the underlying nerves for long-term Chronic Rhinitis symptom relief.

  • In a clinical study, 4 out of 5 people reported long-lasting improvement with the ClariFix device1, including reduction in runny nose and congestion.

Tried spray, pills

and drops?

ClariFix takes a different approach to long-lasting CR relief.

Tried spray, pills,

and drops?

ClariFix takes a different approach to long-lasting CR relief.

Why you can expect different results with ClariFix

Are you still suffering despite all the medications you’ve tried?

While nasal sprays and oral medications may provide some relief, you might be looking for a solution that lasts longer without the side effects of medications.4

Your nasal nerves might be out of balance, causing your nasal symptoms. That could be why you can’t get the runny or stuffy nose relief that you seek.

It has been established that interrupting the pathways of nasal nerves results in the reduction of runny and stuffy nose symptoms.2

Cool the nerve. Reduce the drip, sniff, drip.

Finally, people with runny and stuffy nose may have long-term symptom relief that goes to the root of the problem. When you cool the nasal tissue to freezing temperatures, it could reduce the nerve signals and improve nasal symptoms.

ClariFix is available by Rx only.
Only your doctor can determine if ClariFix is right for you.

ClariFix

is

easy
to get.

How
cool

is that?

A procedure in your doctor’s office can mean long-term relief for your runny and stuffy nose.

ClariFix is

easy

to get.

ClariFix

is

easy

to get.

How
cool

is that?

A procedure in your doctor’s office can mean long-term relief for your runny and stuffy nose.

Find out how
 

CLARIFIX IS EASY TO GET.

 

Simply ask your ENT doctor if ClariFix is right for you.
Here’s how it works:

  • ClariFix Cryotherapy is performed in your ENT’s office
  • Only local or topical anesthesia is needed
  • The ClariFix device uses a special cooling probe to freeze a small area of nasal tissue in the back of nose
  • The cooling time takes just a few minutes

ClariFix is safe. In a clinical study, the ClariFix device was found to be well-tolerated with no device or procedure-related serious adverse events.5

Indication: The ClariFix® Device is intended to be used as a cryosurgical tool for the destruction of unwanted tissue during surgical procedures, including in adults with chronic rhinitis.

 

 

CLARIFIX WORKS!

 

 

 

In a clinical study, 4 OUT OF 5 PEOPLE reported long-lasting improvement with the ClariFix device1, including REDUCTION IN RUNNY NOSE AND CONGESTION.

 

Chronic Rhinitis Symptoms (including runny, stuffy nose) improved 56% at 90 days and IMPROVEMENT WAS MAINTAINED AT 1 YEAR.3

ClariFix is the only FDA-cleared medical device for Chronic Rhinitis in adults.

ClariFix is available by Rx only.
Only your doctor can determine if ClariFix is right for you.

Find out how

CLARIFIX IS EASY TO GET.

Simply ask your ENT doctor if ClariFix is right for you.
Here’s how it works:

  • ClariFix Cryotherapy is performed in your ENT’s office
  • Only local or topical anesthesia is needed
  • The ClariFix device uses a special cooling probe to freeze a small area of nasal tissue in the back of nose
  • The cooling time takes just a few minutes

ClariFix is safe. In a clinical study, the ClariFix device was found to be well-tolerated with no device or procedure-related serious adverse events.5

Indication: The ClariFix® Device is intended to be used as a cryosurgical tool for the destruction of unwanted tissue during surgical procedures, including in adults with chronic rhinitis.

CLARIFIX WORKS!

In a clinical study, 4 OUT OF 5 PEOPLE reported long-lasting improvement with the ClariFix device1, including REDUCTION IN RUNNY NOSE AND CONGESTION.

Chronic Rhinitis Symptoms (including runny, stuffy nose) improved 56% at 90 days and IMPROVEMENT WAS MAINTAINED AT 1 YEAR.3

ClariFix is the only FDA-cleared medical device for Chronic Rhinitis in adults.

ClariFix is available by Rx only.
Only your doctor can determine if ClariFix is right for you.

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Q: Does ClariFix cryotherapy hurt?

A: In a clinical study of 27 patients, the cryotherapy was well-tolerated and patients reported an average pain rating of 1.19 on the Wong-Baker FACES pain scale (0 = minimum score, 5 = maximum score)1.

Q: Can I drive myself back home from the appointment?

A: Talk to your physician about preparing for the procedure and what to expect afterward. In most cases, only topical or local anesthesia are necessary and patients can drive themselves back home.

Q: Is there downtime or recovery?

A: Your physician can provide you with post-treatment instructions. In general, there is minimal downtime and recovery. As with any nasal procedure, you may experience increased sensitivity, congestion and/or pain during the healing process.

Q: What are the side effects?

A: In a clinical study, side effects were those usually associated with cryosurgery in the nasal passageway and included: pain/discomfort, headache, facial pain, bleeding, dry nose, and ear blockage. These symptoms had either resolved or were rated as mild within 3 months of the procedure.

Q: How long until I see an improvement?

A: Most patients begin to see improvement between 7 days and 30 days post-treatment.

 For physicians treating patients with Chronic Rhinitis

ClariFix clinical overview for health care professionals.

 For physicians  treating patients with Chronic Rhinitis

ClariFix clinical overview for health care professionals.

FOOTNOTES:
1 Data on file – Reported at 90 day follow-up

2 Golding-Wood, Philip H. “Observations on petrosal and vidian neurectomy in chronic vasomotor rhinitis.” The Journal of Laryngology & Otology 75.03 (1961):232-247.

3 Hwang, P, Lin, B, Weiss, R, Atkins, J, Johnson .J “Cryosurgical Posterior Nasal Tissue Ablation for
the Treatment of Rhinitis.” Int Forum Allergy Rhinol. 2017 Oct;7(10):952-956.

4 Prescribing information for: Sudafed 63D0DF®, Sinex™ Severe Nasal Spray, Atrovent® HFA, Flonase®

5 Adverse events were those usually associated with post-cryosurgery in the nasal passageway and included: pain/discomfort, headache, facial pain, bleeding, dry nose, ear blockage. By day 90, symptoms had either resolved or were rated as mild.

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