Sinus Pain
Sinus Sufferer

Are you suffering from severe sinus symptoms?

Do you have itchy eyes, congestion, a sore throat, nasal drip, headaches, or coughs and sneezing that just won’t let up?

Stop letting these symptoms make your days and nights miserable. When your sinus symptoms are affecting your quality of life, it’s not “just another cold”. It’s chronic sinusitis, and it won’t go away unless it is treated properly.

Chronic sinusitis symptoms

What is chronic sinusitis?

When patients feel congestion, it is from the swelling of their already small nasal cavity. This swelling prevents the nasal passage from draining efficiently. When the sinus cavities can’t properly drain themselves bacteria and infection are able to spread throughout. For chronic Sinusitis sufferers, this infection will not fully drain despite the many remedies they have tried.

Sinus pain shouldn't be your “normal."

Those who are sufferers of chronic sinus pain and infections know the painful struggle of finding relief. They are constantly looking for an over-the-counter medicine to do the trick. When that doesn’t work, they turn to doctors who simply prescribe antibiotics for just another sinus infection. Stop wasting your money, time, and happiness trying to find an easy fix to a real problem. Chronic Sinusitis shouldn’t be a normal part of your life.

Ascentist ENT can offer patients who have had enough of sinus pain a treatment plan that will finally get them enjoying life again.

End Your Sinus Suffering:

Ascentist ENT can assist all of our patients' unique sinus needs. With these methods of treatment, our team of trained professionals have helped countless others. We are confident that we can help you end your chronic sinusitis symptoms as well.

Schedule a consultation at Ascentist ENT today so we can find out which path to long term relief will be right for you. It's time to drop sinus symptoms and get back to enjoying life.

I Want Sinus Relief!
Click on the image for a diagram of the sinuses to better understand where your pain is located.
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