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How Do I Know If It's Just a Cold or Seasonal Allergies?

Posted by C/V ENT Surgical Group on Aug 29, 2022 12:57:30 PM

For some, it seems like allergy season is a year-round event. When symptoms strike, the most common assumption is that it’s a cold or mild respiratory infection when it really could be seasonal allergies or something else.

If you normally experience allergy or cold symptoms multiple times a year, read this to learn the signs, differences, and treatment considerations.

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Topics: Sinus, allergies

What Happens at Your First ENT Appointment for Snoring?

Posted by C/V ENT Surgical Group on Aug 17, 2022 4:09:13 PM

Snoring is more than a sleep disturbance and a relationship killer for some. It’s a common condition that impacts over 90% of adults and 27% of children at some point in their lives. Though occasional snoring episodes are usually nothing to worry about, persistent or routine snoring is often a serious issue. Sometimes, snoring means there is dysfunction or abnormalities within the internal structures of the nose, mouth, throat, or airways that could lead to severe health complications like sleep apnea without timely medical treatment.

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Topics: Sinus

What Allergies Are Worse in the Summer?

Posted by C/V ENT Surgical Group on Jul 29, 2022 1:52:07 PM

During the summer, most people spend more time outdoors to enjoy the heat, scenic views, seasonal activities, and sunny weather. The season is also one of the most dreaded times of the year for people with certain allergies. Elevated temperatures and humidity levels contribute to many people's frequent, acute, and chronic allergy symptoms.

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Topics: Sinus, allergies

Get From Chronic Nasal Congestion With ENT Treatment

Posted by C/V ENT Surgical Group on Jun 30, 2021 5:12:49 PM

Chronic nasal congestion can often be caused by chronic sinusitis which is a narrowing of spaces inside your nose and sinuses due to swelling and inflammation. The inflammation may result from infections, autoimmune disorders, or allergies. The condition persists for three months or longer despite receiving treatment.

Chronic sinusitis disrupts your ability to drain mucus, leaving your nose feeling stuffy. You'll have difficulties breathing through the nose, and the area around your eyes might feel tender or swollen.

Also known as chronic rhinosinusitis, this condition affects both children and adults. The condition is often caused by an infection, swollen linings of the sinuses, or growths in the sinuses (i.e. nasal polyps).

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Topics: Sinus

How Sinusitis Can Cause Tonsillitis and other Problems

Posted by C/V ENT Surgical Group on Jan 29, 2021 8:08:15 AM

If you have been diagnosed with sinusitis you might be worried about it leading to bigger problems, such as tonsillitis. The truth is your tonsils and sinuses are connected and you could end up with problems with one if you have problems with the other. It's important to understand the connection between the two and how you can go about treating any infections in either your tonsils or your sinuses.

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Topics: Ear, Nose, Throat, Sinus

Major Differences Between Tonsillitis and Sinus Infections

Posted by C/V ENT Surgical Group on Jan 28, 2021 4:57:56 PM

It is the time of year when you wake up feeling congested and even feel as though your throat may be sore, and you see signs of an infection within your body. It can be hard to determine if you have a cold, sinus infection or if your symptoms are actually a sign of tonsillitis with infections developing. It is important to know the difference between them to be treated appropriately with C/V ENT Group moving forward.

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Topics: Ear, Nose, Throat, Sinus

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At C/V ENT Surgical Group we always use the most cutting edge techniques and the best medical equipment to diagnose and treat each and every one of our patients. Aesthetic and functional concerns as well as compassion are of utmost importance to our physicians and by the end of your experience you’ll see why we’re consistently rated the best ENT doctors in Los Angeles.

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