Nose & Sinus Conditions and Treatments in Savannah, GA

Coastal ENT specializes in conditions of the sinuses, such as allergies, deviated septums, and sinusitis. We partner with companies such as Watermark, Encore and Siesta Medical to diagnose and treat these conditions. Call us at (912) 355-2335 for more information or to make an appointment with Dr. Oliver

What do you have?

Nasal DischargeCloudy or ColoredClear, Thin, WateryThick, Whitish
Facial Pressure/Pain/FullnessOftenSometimesSometimes
Duration of Illness10 Days or LongerVariesUnder 10 Days
Nasal CongestionOftenSometimesYes
Pain in Upper TeethSometimesNoNo
Bad BreathSometimesNoNo

Sinus Surgery Services

Sinus Surgery

There are many reasons you may need sinus surgery, including chronic infections or nasal polyp growth. Regardless of your condition, there are various sinus procedures that can help treat you. Here’s an overview of your options.

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Balloon Sinuplasty

Balloon Sinuplasy is the premiere minimally invasive procedure to treat chronic or prolonged sinusitis. 


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PROPEL Sinus Stent

The PROPEL sinus stent is an implant that sometimes accompanies Balloon Sinuplasty or other sinus surgeries. It helps support the sinus cavity and keep the passage more open to allow for proper draining. 

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Sinusitis is an infection of the sinus, usually due to trapped mucus. If you have chronic sinusitis, chances are you may need a procedure to fix your sinus cavities to prevent it from happening again.

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Other Nose & Sinus Conditions


Many Americans experience some form of allergies. The problem is, most people don’t know what they’re allergic to. In order to properly know the best treatment, you need to be diagnosed first through an allergy test.

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Nasal Polyps

Often the result of allergies or a sinus infection, nasal polyps are mall, benign lumps of tissue that can form within the nasal cavity. Though harmless, these polyps can make breathing through the nose very difficult.

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Deviated Septum

A deviated septum can lead to many troublesome symptoms such as nosebleeds, nasal congestion, facial pain and more. Fortunately, this condition is entirely treatable using a procedure called a septoplasty.

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