If coughing and congestion keeps you from sleeping at night, you are experiencing chronic facial discomfort, and your sinus pain keeps you from concentrating at work, you may be suffering from symptoms of a chronic sinus infection.
Swelling and Inflammation Making You Miserable?
When you develop a sinus infection, swelling causes the sinus cavities (the hollow spaces behind and around the eyes and nose) to become a stagnant breeding ground for bacteria. This inflammation can also lead to severe, recurring facial pain.
While many sinus sufferers can be treated with OTC (over-the-counter) medications, you may be stuck in a cycle of chronic sinus infection experiencing repeat periods of sinus pain when these medications or antibiotics seem to have little or no effect on your symptoms. Even after multiple trips to the doctor, medications or antibiotics seem to have little or no effect on your symptoms. Even when these treatments fail, help is still available for chronic sinus sufferers.
Professional Care for Sinus Pain
Carolina Sinus Centers’ team of sinus care professionals will develop an individual treatment plan for each and every patient. Our sinus specialty team is committed to improving your health and quality of life. Our clinicians will explain your treatment options in order to help you understand possible outcomes.
"Before the procedure, all day long, I experienced facial pain and pressure and mucus buildup"
Balloon Sinus Dilation has made such a difference in my life. I don't have all the drainage anymore, which is a blessing for me.
- Sandra L., Carolina Sinus Centers patient
"The (Balloon Sinus Dilation) procedure was relatively simple."
I was really surprised. I had very little discomfort. You're given medication before to help you relax. You're also in the office, so that you don't have to go into an operational situation. It was really more comfortable. I was able to control any discomfort I had with Tylenol.
- Ms. Boyce, on her success having the
Balloon Sinus Dilation Procedure
"The procedure went really well and it didn't take long."
I was not in pain and after the procedure I did really well. I was back at work the next day. One week later I am doing very well.
- J.H., Long-time Sinus Infection Sufferer