Sinusitis; The 5 Most Common Symptoms

Sinusitis affects over 37 million Americans each year so Dr. Swerdlin and his team have sat down together to list the five most common symptoms they see in the office. Sinusitis can also be caused by the growth of polyps in the lining of the nose. Polyps are non cancerous, and are nothing to worry…

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Allergy Season is Just Around the Corner

Temperatures are dropping and seasonal allergies are rising and as kids of all ages start getting ready to go back to school, either virtually or in-person, Sinus and Snoring MD has a few tips to stay safe this fall.  As the leaves start to change color, so do our sinuses.  Pollen is the main cause of summer…

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The Morning Blend - Stuffy Nose Solutions

The Morning Blend: Stuffy Nose Solutions

Is your stuffy nose a nuisance? Dr. Hilel Swerdlin joins TMJ4’s The Morning Blend to share solutions and treatments that will help you breathe through your nose again. Dr. Swerdlin talks with Molly Fay and Tiffany Ogle about various stuffy nose solutions and treatments. Breathing Shouldn’t Be a Struggle Breathing should never keep anyone from…

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Free Yourself from Seasonal Allergies

Enjoy Fall With All of Your Senses

Crisp apples. Thanksgiving dinner. Warm soups and hot beverages. Colorful fallen leaves and spiced pumpkin everything. The sights, smells and tastes of fall are a treat for the senses – or at the very least they should be. Sadly, for scores of people, this time of year is not about savoring but suffering. For those…

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Is it Sinusitis or Allergies

No matter what season of the year it is, allergens are all around us. Some, interact with antibodies in our system (in the eyes, nose, skin, lungs, and gastrointestinal tract) producing an allergic reaction.  In the nose and sinuses, the symptoms of an allergic reaction resemble the  a common cold. As with a cold, the…

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picture of a woman suffering from chronic rhinitis

Frequent Sinus Infections?

Chronic sinusitis can be brought on by an infection, by growths in the sinuses (nasal polyps) or by a deviated nasal septum. The condition most commonly affects young and middle-aged adults, but it also can affect children.  Breathing through your nose might be difficult. The area around your eyes and face might feel swollen, and…

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Top 5 Reasons to consider Balloon Sinus Dilation

Balloon Sinus Dilation can cure your pain, pressure, congestion and nasal discharge that is holding you hostage and ruining your quality of life Involves no incisions and no removal of bone or tissue In-office procedure and requires only local anesthesia Minimally invasive with little to no bleeding at all Most patients can return to their…

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