Long‑lasting relief from nasal airway obstruction and chronic rhinitis is now within reach.

woman experiencing nasal airway obstruction relief and chronic rhinitis relief

Finally, there are effective, office-friendly solutions for treating nasal obstruction and chronic rhinitis from Aerin® Medical.

Nasal airway obstruction (NAO) and chronic rhinitis are chronic nasal conditions that affect millions of patients. When medical therapies fall short, patients can turn to VivAer® and RhinAer® – two non‑invasive treatments that deliver significant, lasting relief and can be conveniently and safely performed right in the doctor’s office.




Non-Allergic Rhinitis SUFFERERS IN THE US2


Allergic Rhinitis SUFFERERS IN THE US2


The compact Aerin touch-screen console pairs with the VivAer or RhinAer stylus to deliver precise, tissue-sparing, temperature-controlled radiofrequency (RF). Physicians can choose between two effective treatment options: VivAer for nasal airway obstruction or RhinAer for chronic rhinitis. Both VivAer and RhinAer fit seamlessly into the doctor’s office or operating room.


VivAer: The Non‑Invasive Solution for Nasal Airway Obstruction

nasal airway obstruction patient

Enables a physician to effectively treat the core causes of nasal airway obstruction.

  • Comprehensive procedure that can be used to treat the lateral wall, inferior turbinate, and septal swell body
  • Durably remodels soft tissue, including cartilage, in the nasal valve
  • Patients typically experience minimal downtime
  • Incisionless and can be performed under local anesthesia
  • Clinical studies demonstrate long lasting results3

RhinAer: The Comprehensive Solution for Chronic Rhinitis

chronic rhinitis patient

A comprehensive treatment for chronic rhinitis that provides long-lasting relief from runny nose, post-nasal drip, congestion, itching, and sneezing symptoms.

  • Disrupts posterior nasal nerve (PNN) that triggers rhinitis
  • May be used to treat full length of inferior turbinate
  • Treats both rhinorrhea and congestion
  • Effective for both allergic and nonallergic rhinitis
  • Incisionless and can be performed under local anesthesia


  1. Value calculated based on 2014 US population estimate from US Census and World Bank data in conjunction with incidence numbers cited in: Stewart M, Ferguson BJ, Fromer L. Epidemiology and burden of nasal congestion. Intl J Gen Med. 2010;3:37-45.
  2. Scarupa MD, Kaliner MA. Nonallergic rhinitis, with a focus on vasomotor rhinitis: clinical importance, differential diagnosis, and effective treatment recommendations. World Allergy Organ J. 2009;2(3):20-25. doi10.1097/WOX.0b013e3181990aac.
  3. Jacobowitz O, Ehmer D, Lanier B, Scurry W, Davis B. Long-term outcomes following repair of nasal valve collapse with temperature-controlled radiofrequency procedure for patients with nasal obstruction. Int Forum Allergy Rhinol. 2022;15. https://doi.org/10.1002/alr.23019