Treating Chronic Sinus Conditions

Chronic Sinus Infections

Sinusitis is often though of an infection, but that is not always true. Even if it is an infection, it is often viral and not bacterial. Sinusitis can result from a flare of allergies and is a result of the sinuses not functioning properly due to a blockage in the sinuses. Sinus conditions are often caused by an allergic reaction or a recent upper respiratory illness, and typically produce symptoms similar to the common cold. Symptoms of sinusitus include: sinus pressure / pain, fever, loss of sense of smell, thick drainage, teeth pain

Our specialists at Oak Brook work closely with patients to determine the underlying cause of their sinus conditions, and develop a treatment plan that suits their needs.