Get Ahead of Your Allergies with Sinus Surgery

Whether you’re observing nature’s display of beautiful colors or enjoying your favorite pumpkin spice treats, it’s easy to see that fall is upon us.  Unarguably one of the most beautiful times of year for most people, however, for some allergy sufferers it is the most dreaded season when sniffling, sneezing, and headaches begin. As the season progresses and allergies worsen, the sinuses become swollen and congested and for those with the most extreme cases of allergies, this leads to on-going sinus infections.

Relief is Possible

Explore the option of Endoscopic Sinus Surgery and get ahead of your sinuses and relieve your allergies before the seasons change. Specializing in Endoscopic Sinus Surgery, Dr. Robert A. Guida is able to help those who suffer from extreme seasonal allergies or blocked sinus passages year-round.

Sinus Treatment Options

While acute allergies or slight and sporadic allergy related sinus infections can be successfully treated with antibiotics or medication, surgery should be considered once the patient’s symptoms do not subside and begin to interfere with their quality of life.

Relief for patients struggling with severe allergies can be found at the office of Dr. Guida who is board certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology and the American Board of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery.

Surgical Solution

Endoscopic Sinus Surgery is a swift surgical solution for allergies and chronic sinusitis. During endoscopic sinus surgery, an endoscope is put into the nose facilitating an inner view of the nasal passages.  Once there is an unobstructed view, all obstruction is surgically removed, clearing the sinuses so that the patient can hopefully experience easier breathing and ultimately enjoying natures beauty during the fall season.

 
 
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Robert A. Guida MD

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