The maxillary sinuses are susceptible to infection as a result of improper drainage and obstruction of mucus. Identifying and treating this condition at the initial stages is advisable to prevent further complications. Taking the homeopathic route with Sinus-Pro’s remedies assures that your maxillary sinusitis condition is treated effectively and quickly.
Homeopathy medicines approach all sinusitis conditions (and all medical conditions in general) by treating their underlying causes as opposed to just containing the conditions temporarily. Investing in highly effective and proven homeopathic remedies from Sinus-Pro makes sense considering the fact that they offer sustained solutions and over time, prevent the condition from reappearing.
Where are Maxillary Sinuses located?
The maxillary sinuses are located beneath the cheeks, above the teeth and on either sides of the nose. The maxillary sinuses drain into the nose through a hole located about half way up the side of the sinus wall. If the maxillary sinuses become blocked they fill up with liquid that often gets infected (sinusitis). This could cause toothache or a dull aching pain under your cheeks.
What is Sinusitis?
Sinusitis is described as the inflammation of the sinuses (the hollow spaces in the bone of the cheek and forehead) due to viral or bacterial infections. This usually occurs when one or more of the sinus cavities (Maxillary Sinuses) become inflamed due to blockage of the small tubes (ostium) attached to the nasal passages.
Factors Causing Infection in the Maxillary Sinuses:
- Cystic fibrosis
- Nasal Polyps
- Facial trauma
- Deviated nasal septum
While anatomical nasal defects call for surgical procedures to prevent recurrence of maxillary sinusitis, symptoms of the condition resulting from causes such as Nasal Polyps or allergies can be effectively treated with Sinus-Pro's homeopathic remedies. Our range of medical solutions target and successfully treat a number of sinusitis conditions.
Symptoms of Maxillary Sinusitis
If you fail to address this condition soon after you contract it, then its symptoms can become more severe and cause significant discomfort. They may prevent you from performing regular home and work tasks, and in chronic cases, require medical intervention. Here are the common symptoms of maxillary sinusitis:
- Facial pain
- Nasal congestion
- Night-time cough
- Runny nose
- Possibly toothache
- Sinus pressure below the eyes
- Area over the cheekbone are tender and may be red or swollen
These symptoms are worse when the head is upright and improve when the patient reclines.
Sinus-Pro’s homeopathic remedies can mitigate the symptoms of maxillary sinusitis almost immediately. For sinus pressure resulting from this condition, Sinus-Pro’s
reduces and prevents further build up of pressure, as well as treats congestion very quickly.
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