CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR TOP DOCS!

SINUSITIS

Sinusitis, also called rhinosinusitis, occurs when viruses or bacteria infect the sinuses, often during a cold, and begin to multiply. The sinus tissues swell, blocking the ability to drain. Symptoms include a stuffy, congested or blocked nose, pain, pressure or fullness in the face, head or around the eyes.

It frequently starts with a common cold. Initially, sinusitis is acute causing sinus pain or facial pressure along with nasal congestion and sinus drainage. If left untreated it can become chronic. It is most commonly caused by bacteria and in less common cases caused by fungi.

Treatment usually requires therapy with an antibiotic, a nasal spray to relieve nasal congestion and inflammation and a drug to thin out the mucus to promote drainage. In more severe cases, surgical drainage of the sinuses may be necessary.

Chronic sinusitis usually requires long term antibiotic therapy. In cases that do not respond adequately, surgical intervention may be recommended. Before considering any sinus surgery, proper imaging and a discussion with an Advanced ENT otolaryngologist is necessary.

NASAL, SINUS AND ALLERGY CONDITIONS WE TREAT

Some of the more common nasal, sinus and allergy problems are listed below. Please click on the links to learn more. For more information about any of these disorders and conditions or for questions about a condition not listed here, please contact us to schedule an appointment.

Need to pay your bill? Want to schedule an appointment with one of our providers? No problem! You can login to our secure Patient Portal by clicking here to create or access your account. You can always call (856) 602-4000 to schedule an appointment.

Patient Portal

TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT CALL (856) 602-4000

New and returning patients can also request an appointment with Advanced ENT by logging into our secure patient portal. New patients will need to create an account by clicking on Create a new account below the Sign In button.

Get Started

FOLLOW ADVANCED ENT   Follow Advanced ENT on Facebook   Follow Advanced ENT on Twitter