About the Condition
Sinuses are empty, air-filled cavities inside the bones of the face. They surround another empty cavity in the face: the nasal cavity. The sinuses are connected to the nasal cavity through pinpoint openings. For a sinus to remain healthy, the opening between the sinus cavity and the nasal cavity must be open. This allows air to flow into the sinus and mucus produced within the lining of the sinus to drain out. If swelling, inflammation, or polyps block the small opening of the sinus, sinusitis develops.
The most common symptoms of sinusitis include nasal congestion, trouble breathing through the nose, sinus pain, discolored mucus, and decreased sense of smell. Luckily, there are effective treatments delivering a chronic sinusitis cure; it’s just a matter of finding the best one.
Advantages & Outcomes
- Sinusitis is highly treatable and might clear up with over-the-counter medication, steroidal nasal sprays, or antibiotics.
- Our sinus experts will target sinusitis causes, not just the symptoms, for lasting relief.
- A thorough evaluation might reveal other health issues, such as allergies or asthma, that can be treated or managed.
- Some sinus conditions can only be adequately treated with surgery. If surgery is required, we use the latest procedures, such as balloon sinuplasty and endoscopic sinus surgery, to reduce side effects and recovery time.
Get The Relief You Deserve
Finding the right chronic sinusitis cure can be life-changing. Instead of the constant cycle of doctor visits, pharmacy runs, and sleepless nights, you can get back to living your active, happy, healthy life.
What to Expect
We use sophisticated medical equipment for better accuracy, safety, and results.
We can often avoid major surgery with alternative, minimally invasive procedures like balloon sinuplasty.
Our sinus/ENT surgeons are board-certified leaders in sinus conditions.
Flexibility & Convenience
We make treatment easy with flex scheduling, payment options, and online resources.
Ready to breathe easy?
There’s no better time than now! Give us a call or schedule a visit online to get started. After an initial consultation, we can discuss additional testing or treatment options and get you on the right path to relief as quickly as possible.