Suffering from a nasal or chronic sinus infection can bring pain, frustration, and several other unpleasant symptoms as a result. At the Revision Sinus Surgery Center of Excellence, our team of expert sinus surgeons work together to provide our patients with only the best care relating to their unique problems. Most commonly, our minimally invasive treatment methods for nasal obstruction surgery work well for relieving the following disorders, including the following:
Sinusitis & Chronic Sinusitis
Sinusitis and chronic sinus infections occur when an infection is present. The difference between the two lies within the severity and the frequency in between reoccurring infections. For example, sinusitis may occur a few times a year and clear up within a couple of weeks, however, chronic sinusitis be much more frequent with infections lasting longer than two months. (For more information, visit our page on the signs and symptoms of sinusitis.)
At our medical center, we often treat chronic sinusitis with all of the following minimally invasive sinus treatment procedures:
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Deviated Nasal Septum
When a person is able to breathe perfectly, they often have a nasal septum that is straight and located directly in the middle of the nasal septum. However, in many patients with chronic sinus problems, the issue lies within a deviated, or crooked, nasal septum. In the general population, more than 80% of human beings have some degree of nasal deviation. (For more information, visit our nasal and sinus anatomy page.)
Through septal surgery, a deviated septum can be corrected and the patient will be able to breathe much easier. Many times, patients undergo this procedure in conjunction with a cosmetic rhinoplasty.
Often occurring as a result of enlarged nasal turbinates, sufferers of turbinate hypertrophy suffer from chronic nasal obstruction in the form of a constant stuffy nose. This plays a huge role in depleting the overall quality of life of the sufferer and brings several problems including inability to breathe correctly, possible sleep disorders, headaches, chronic sinus infections, and even an interruption in daily activities. Sufferers of turbinate hypertrophy often benefit from a procedure known as turbinate reduction surgery, a form of nasal obstruction surgery, which works to decrease enlarged turbinates, making breathing much easier for patients.
When a person is suffering from nasal polyps or sinus problems, they may also have symptoms including a constant runny nose, headaches, nasal obstruction, snoring, and potentially sleep apnea. Nasal polyps are (usually) small, non-cancerous growths that occur in the lining of our nose or sinuses, generally as a result of chronic sinus inflammation or infection.
Individuals with nasal polyps often find relief through inhaled nasal steroids which work to reduce the size of the polyps and discomfort that occurs as a result. When treatment methods have become exhausted and nasal polyps still influence a persons quality of life negatively, non-invasive nasal obstruction surgery using an endoscope may be an appropriate option. To better understand which type of treatment option may be best for you, our expert Los Angeles sinus surgeons urge you to speak with our staff today.
Sinus Treatment Los Angeles
Whether you’re suffering from chronic sinusitis, a deviated nasal septum, or any other form of easily treatable sinus problems, our expert Los Angeles sinus surgeons want to help you. If you’d like to learn more about the various minimally invasive surgical procedures and nasal obstruction surgery offered at the Sinus Surgery Center of Excellence in Los Angeles, please contact our medical practice today by calling (888) 762-8408 to schedule your initial consultation, during which your every question and concern will be addressed.
Our team of board certified Ear, Nose, & Throat doctors will work with you to put your needs above all else while providing a sinus treatment plan that will leave you feeling better and breathing easier.
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