Chronic Sinus Infections: Do you Need Surgery?

November 17th, 2017 | Sinus

If you suffer from chronic sinus infections, then you might feel like the only answer is to visit the doctor for medication every time an infection flares up. But, instead of suffering from infections that seem to never end, there is an answer to stop the pain and discomfort: sinus surgery.

Four Most Common Causes for Nasal Obstruction

April 25th, 2017 | Sinus

Sleepless nights have zero room in anyone’s schedule. So when you’re having trouble breathing at night, or breathing period, don’t just assume it’s due to the common cold. If it is occurring more often and lasting longer than a week, it may be a deeper lying issue.

Common Medical Conditions That A Rhinoplasty Can Improve

January 16th, 2017 | Face - Surgical, Sinus

Rhinoplasty: Many people spend a fortune to have a nose like Scarlett Johansson’s, Halle Berry’s or Kate Beckinsale’s. For them, spending money for a nose job is an investment they make for themselves.

5 Interesting Facts You Should Know About Functional Rhinoplasty

December 6th, 2016 | Face - Surgical, Sinus

Functional Rhinoplasty: Considering getting a nose job to improve your breathing difficulties or correct deformities? MHS will be happy to guide you in this process. Aside from getting in-depth details about functional rhinoplasty, which you will receive during your consultation, here are some interesting facts about this procedure:

Everything You Need to Know About Functional Rhinoplasty

August 15th, 2016 | Face - Surgical, Sinus

People tend to forget that rhinoplasties are more than a cosmetic procedure: they can also be used to repair defective nasal structures that can lead to serious breathing problems. Although functional and cosmetic rhinoplasty are usually completed together, certain breathing complications are serious enough that it’s important to get immediate treatment through surgery.

Breathe Again with Septoplasty

May 20th, 2016 | Sinus

Breathe Again with Septoplasty Breathing trouble can be agonizing. If you have trouble with it, ask us about septoplasty. This surgical procedure is a breath of fresh air for many patients with a deviated septum or other nasal obstructions. Learn more about the procedure below and then call to schedule your consultation with Dr. Samer…