Sinus headaches occur when the small openings that connect the sinuses to the nose are swollen closed. Treatment usually involves medicines to take down swelling in the nose, or surgery to open up the sinus openings.
Allergy drops are similar to allergy shots in that they build up resistance to allergy symptoms and last for years, but they can be done safely and effectively at home making them more convenient for our patients. Allergy shots may not be available during the COVID-19 outbreak, while others who are using allergy drops can continue at home with no interruption.
When it comes to nose, sinus and allergy care, having all parts of the process located in the same place means almost everything can be accomplished at the same time - from evaluation to testing, and then diagnoses and treatment. You'll spend less time waiting and more time being treated by experts in ENT and allergy care, so you can get back to living your life symptom free!
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