Congenital choanal atresia is uncommon anomaly. Many approaches have been used to repair congenital atresia. Transnasal endoscopic repair of choanal atresia is a safe and successful technique. The stent has been a part of the postoperative management of choanal atresia to maintain patency after choanal atresia repair. The various different materials has been described for stent, such as portex, silicon, silastic and polyethylene. We describe 26-year-old male patient of congenital choanal atresia treated with nasal ballooning stent which is made up of modified endo-tracheal tube. At follow up, 12 months after operation, there was no evidence of restenosis. The literature has been reviewed.