Sinusitis & Allergy

Sinusitis & Allergy

Project Description

    Sinusitis & Allergy Treatments in NJ

    The nose and sinuses work together as central system to many symptoms in the head and neck because of their anatomic location. The sinuses, eyes, and ears all drain into the nose.  Inflammation in the back of the nose may not affect breathing but can lead to a variety of conditions including poor sinus circulation, headache, watery eyes or dizziness. Dr. Monica Tadros specializes in treating sinusitis & allergies for her patients in NJ.

    There are four paired paranasal sinuses: maxillary, ethmoid, frontal and sphenoid.  The maxillary sinuses are located in the cheek area and can cause facial pain that may radiate to the teeth.  Theethmoid sinuses are located between the eyes and can cause pain that radiates to the eye area.  The frontal sinuses are located in the forehead and can cause frontal headaches and pressure.  Thesphenoid sinuses are located in the center of the skull and can cause pain radiating to the top and back of the head.

    Sinus disease has become more common over the years because of a number of contributing factors.  Underlying allergies, smoking, untreated nasal fractures, environmental irritants and antibiotic resistance are among the most common to blame. Bacteria may hide in what are called “biofilms” in the sinuses of patients with chronic sinusitis. Biofilms are an extracellular gelatinous byproduct that walls off (protects) the bacteria within the sinus cavity, preventing antibiotics from reaching them.

    Dr. Monica Tadros offers sinus & allergies treatments in New Jersey with the latest techniques in Balloon Sinuplasty surgery, functional and cosmetic nasal surgery and pediatric ENT medical and surgical treatments.


    Dr. Tadros accepts most POS and PPO insurances for any medical issues related to the nose as an out of network provider. Please contact us today or call 201-771-8151.


    Sinusitis In Depth

    by Monica Tadros, M.D., F.A.C.S.


    Sinusitis is caused by infections that enduse inflammation in the sinuses. Microorganisms in the form of viruses, bacteria or fungus may grow within a sinus and develop inflammation and blockage of the opening where the sinus is suppose to drain. This results in pressure and retained fluid in the sinuses called an acute sinus infection.

    Symptoms may include sinus headache, facial pain, nasal drainage, nasal stuffiness and facial pressure. Occasionally this may be accompanied by fever, sore throat or cough. When the eyes fail to drain into the nose, excessive tearing may occur. When the middle ears fail to drain into the nose, ear pressure and pain can occur.

    When symptoms last longer than one week, a bacterial infection should be suspected. Bacterial sinus infections more commonly occur in susceptible individuals with abnormal sinus tissue or blocked anatomy and unlike viral infections are generally not contagious.

    Sinus/ALLERGY Conditions:

    • Chronic Sinusitis
    • Rhinitis
    • Nasal Congestion
    • Chronic Cough
    • Headaches
    • Deviated Septum
    • Nose Bleeds
    • Dizziness
    • Vertigo
    • Allergies
    • Nasal Polyps

    Sinus/ALLERGY Treatments:

    • Balloon Sinuplasty
    • Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

    NJ patients who seek early treatment of sinus symptoms with decongestants, mucolytics and sinus irrigation may help prevent progression of a sinus infection.

    Types of Sinusitis

    Depending on the duration of the symptoms, it can be classified into one of several types:

    • Acute (less than 4 weeks)
    • Subacute (4-12 weeks)
    • Chronic (more than 12 weeks)

    Balloon Sinuplasty for Chronic Sinusitis

    Causes of chronic sinusitis

    Chronic sinusitis may cause swelling of the sinus and nasal drainage pathways that prevents normal sinus drainage, leading to a build-up of mucous, infection, and the painful symptoms associated with sinusitis.

    In many chronic sinusitis patients in NJ, medical therapy fails to correct the underlying obstruction preventing drainage and causing infection and discomfort.

    Who is at risk for Chronic Sinusitis and How Does the Disease Progress?

    Recurrent sinus infections should be investigated to prevent overgrowth (hyperplasia) of the sinus lining or polyps that may permanently obstruct sinus drainage.

    Rarely, complications of a sinus infection include bacterial meningitis, brain abscess, orbital cellulitis and invasive fungal disease.

    To schedule your no-obligation sinus & allergy treatment consultation in NJ with Dr. Monica Tadros, please use the contact form to request additional information or call 201-771-8151 to speak to one of our Patient Advisors. Our office is conveniently located near 300 Grand Ave, Englewood, NJ 07631.


      Call - 201-771-8151
      Call - 201-771-8151