Since our practice began 20 years ago, we've helped thousands of patients who have suffered from sinus and nasal conditions including chronic congestion, recurring sinus infections, and chronic sinus pressure - many who have done so their entire life or who have done so despite seeking remedies elsewhere.
At Sinus and Snoring MD, we know how painful and debilitating these conditions can be. That's why our care team, led by Dr. Swerdlin, is dedicated to helping our patients find lasting relief.
Request an appointment to see Dr. Swerdlin today and join the thousands who have found relief to their sinus and nasal issues.
Overview of Our Sinus & Nasal Services
BALLOON SINUS DILATION
Balloon Sinus Dilation offers a nonsurgical therapy to open blocked sinus passage ways and relieve many sinus and nasal conditions including chronic sinusitis, acute recurring sinusitis, chronic sinus pressure, and even migraine headache.
Recurring extensive surgical therapies over many years can be painful and expensive. Modern office based Polypectomy procedures can be done safely and with comfort using intravenous sedation without the need for general anesthesia in our procedure room.
Combined with Balloon Sinus Dilation Polypectomies can provide long-lasting results without all the downtime and expense. Comprehensive management in our Allergy Testing and Treatment Center can also dramatically reduce polyp recurrence.
The passages of the nose are regularly separated into two equal-sized cavities by a formation known as the septum. At times this delicate structure can form crooked or become deviated through injury. When it does, normal breathing and sinus and nasal function on one side of the nose can be impaired, leading to snoring, sinus pain and other common conditions.
Sinuplasty is a simple in-office procedure designed to repair these structures, restore the optimal functioning of the sinuses and get you back to sleeping and breathing right.
Turbinate swelling is a frequent reason for nasal congestion. The turbinates are natural shelves that humidify, warm and filter the air we breathe. Whether from allergies, infection, or addiction to nasal sprays, the turbinates may stay persistently swollen despite maximal medical therapy. Reduction of the swollen nasal turbinates can now be performed by a minimally invasive technique similar to liposuction as an office procedure.
They can be safely reduced in minutes to allow for free breathing using this technique. Painless and with essentially no recovery the patient is right back to normal activity the next day.