Nose & Sinus

When the nose is not functioning properly, it can be difficult to breathe. An inflammation in the sinus cavity can interfere with normal mucus drainage, leading to breathing difficulties, pain and pressure. These problems are often a sign of another condition or disorder and should be diagnosed by a doctor.

Sacramento Ear, Nose & Throat provides an unsurpassed level of clinical and surgical care in all diseases relating to the nose and sinuses. Our highly experienced and trained physicians will provide a comprehensive examination to determine the nature of your problem and create a treatment plan specifically designed to meet your individual needs.

If you are experiencing any nasal or sinus pain or discomfort, contact us to schedule an appointment.

Nasal Congestion

A congested, stuffy nose is a nuisance that can affect your ability to smell, taste and breathe. It is one of the most common complaints, especially when it persists or is accompanied by nasal discharge. Causes Congestion occurs when nasal…

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Broken Nose

Commonly referred to as a broken nose, a nasal fracture is a break or crack in the bone in your nose. Contact with a fixed object, such as a door or wall can cause a break. Contact sports (like hockey…

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Rhinitis (Nasal Drainage)

Rhinitis is similar to hay fever, but is caused by something other than an allergen. Dubbed non-allergic rhinitis to differentiate the two, it produces cold-like symptoms that can leave you feeling miserable and worn down. It may take allergy testing…

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Sinusitis (Facial Pressure)

Sinusitis is inflammation and swelling of the tissues that line the sinuses. This interferes with normal mucus drainage, leading to breathing difficulties, pain and pressure. When the condition persists for 12 weeks or longer, it is considered chronic. Causes &…

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Sleep Apnea/Snoring

Sleep apnea is a disorder in which breathing is interrupted periodically throughout the night. These pauses, or gaps, in breathing may be accompanied by choking or gasping but rarely awaken the sleeping individual. An estimated 18 million Americans suffer from…

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