Chronic Sinusitis

Chronic Sinusitis

Chronic issues with your sinuses can be difficult to live with. From a stuffed sensation that causes pain and soreness in the face and temples to difficulty breathing, this condition has a number of impacts on your daily life, making it crucial to seek the treatment you need and deserve.

Think that you may have chronic sinusitis? By scheduling an appointment with an ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctor at Santosh Hospital , you may be able to get a professional diagnosis by Highly qualified ENT doctors.                                          

What Is Chronic Sinusitis?

Chronic sinusitis occurs when our sinuses become inflamed for a long period. Our sinuses are the spaces linking up our ears, nose and mouth – when these become inflamed, it results in a stuffy sensation. Mucus may have difficulty draining, breathing through the nose may be difficult and the eyes may feel swollen. Smell and taste may also be affected. In some cases, there could be pain and discomfort in the ears or throat.

How Is Chronic Sinusitis Diagnosed?

Sinusitis is classed as chronic if it persists for more than three months, with symptoms being observed almost daily. If you have been experiencing sinusitis-like symptoms for 12 weeks, it is highly recommended that you see an ENT doctor to get tested and receive an official diagnosis.

Why Choose Santosh Hospital for Ear, Nose & Throat ?

When choosing an ENT doctor, you can count on us to provide the highest quality, ethical and state-of-the-art treatment. Our practice has been serving the communities of Ghaziabad for 25 years. All our staff are experts in their field and will help you to get to the bottom of any medical concerns that you may have. Whether you are faced with chronic sinusitis or another ear, nose or throat issue, our team will help you find the relief you need. We having big team of ENT specialist Doctors under Guidance of Dr. Vandana Singh (Head of department) , Dr. Sushil Gaur (Associate Professor) and Dr. Abhaykumar Singh (Assistant Professor).

 

Dr. Dirgh Shah,

Resident Doctor of Ent department.