Calcific aortic stenosis remains a major cause of mortality and morbidity in the aging population. Surgical replacement remains the treatment of choice for this disease. Balloon aortic valvuloplasty was introduced as a palliative procedure for these patients, but was tempered by a high rate of recurrence, which has limited its usefulness. However, the introduction of smaller-profile balloons, rapid pacing, and closure devices have brought it back as an alternative treatment strategy in selected patients who are at too high risk for surgery with repeat valvuloplasty as needed for recurrences. We report a case of prosthetic aortic valve stenosis treated with valvuloplasty with intracardiac and fluoroscopic guidance with recurrence treated with repeat valvuloplasty with promising intermediate-term outcome and describe the growing valve in valve procedures.