If you’re suffering from sinus pain, pressure or discharge, you want a definitive diagnosis. Taking sinus medications may help alleviate the symptoms, but they won’t address the root cause of your discomfort and may even mask a more serious issue. When you search for a nearby sinus doctor, you’re actually searching for an otolaryngologist (ENT) who specializes in treating sinus and nasal disorders. If you’re suffering from any symptoms of sinus infection, don’t leave relief to chance. Schedule an examination with a local ENT at Glacier Ear, Nose & Throat.
Are You Experiencing the Following Symptoms?
Individuals suffering from sinusitis experience a variety of cold-like symptoms such as:
- Nasal congestion and facial pain
- Difficulty breathing
- Mucus discharge and postnasal drip
- Sore throat
- Facial pressure and swelling
- Loss of taste or smell
- Bad breath
Sinusitis is the #1 reported chronic condition in the United States.
Every Treatment Begins With an Accurate Diagnosis
Diagnosing sinus conditions requires a specialized understanding of how sinuses function and the different conditions that can cause symptoms. Everything from a cold-induced infection to allergies or nasal polyps can cause sinusitis. Because symptoms mimic a variety of other common disorders, it’s important to see an otolaryngologist before beginning treatment.
Sinus Relief Starts Here
Schedule your appointment today. An ENT can determine whether or not our symptoms are related to your sinuses. Treatment may be as simple as an over-the-counter remedy or require surgical intervention, but trying to treat your symptoms without understanding their underlying cause is more likely to cause frustration than relief and could make your condition worse.
We work with patients of all ages, and we are currently accepting new sinus patients. Schedule now. Relief isn’t just a word, it’s a successful outcome and we can help you find it.
Call Glacier Ear, Nose and Throat at (406) 752-8330 or Glacier Hearing Services (406) 752-1014 for more information or to schedule an appointment