As experts in Detroit sinus treatment, we receive a large number of patient questions each day. While we will happily answer any questions that you may have, we want to provide patients with a convenient way to learn more about our treatments, office, and procedures. We have compiled a list of questions that we frequently receive below. If you need any further questions answered, please feel free to get in touch with a member of our team!
We have sinus specialists in two convenient office locations in the Detroit area to serve you:
Allen Park Office
14575 Southfield Rd.
Allen Park, MI 48101
In the Southfield Professional Center, next to Chase Bank and a Mobil gas station.
22255 Greenfield Rd., Suite 200
Southfield, MI 48075
Contact us today to make your appointment.
Both our Southfield and Allen Park offices are open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5.
There are a few different ways that you can get in touch and schedule an appointment with one of our Allen Park or Southfield sinus doctors. First, you can submit our online contact form. From there, a member of our team will call you to set up a convenient time. Or, you can reach us by phone at the numbers listed in the header of our website.
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The Detroit Sinus Center is proud to be your premier choice when you’re looking for a sinus center in Allen Park, Dearborn, Southfield, and the entire Detroit metropolitan area. We offer complete diagnosis and treatment of sinus-related issues including:
Sinusitis, also called a sinus infection, is a very common condition affecting more than 35 million Americans every year in which the cavities around the nasal passages become inflamed. It is usually caused by an infection.
Acute sinusitis means that the infection happens quickly (two to three days) and doesn’t last long (usually a week or so but sometimes up to three weeks).
In some cases, patients experience recurrent sinusitis where they will have a sinus infection up to four times in one calendar year.
With chronic sinusitis, the inflammatory condition persists in of one or more sinuses for longer than 12 weeks and doesn’t respond to more common treatments.
Symptoms of sinusitis include headache, loss of smell, bad breath, coughing, facial pain, runny nose, and nasal congestion, sore throat, and lack of energy.
Treatments for the more common acute sinusitis are provided to relieve symptoms and may include: nasal decongestants, pain medicine and nasal saline rinses.
For chronic sinusitis, various treatments may be tried including surgery to improve the drainage of the sinus.
To learn more about the many treatment options that we have available, please reach out to a member of our staff by giving us a call or using our online contact form. If you would like to begin sinus treatment in Detroit, Allen Park, Southfield, or surrounding areas, please request an appointment online today.