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Sinusitis, Highmoritis, and Frontitis are common medical conditions that affect the sinuses and nasal passages, causing discomfort and disruption in daily life. Sinusitis refers to the inflammation of the sinus cavities, while Highmoritis and Frontitis specifically target the ethmoid and frontal sinuses, respectively. This causes nasal congestion, facial and headache pain, difficulty breathing, thick mucus, and swelling around the eyes, cheeks, nose, or forehead. Also, in this case, the sense of smell and taste is reduced.
Sinusitis can be caused by viruses, bacteria, fungi, allergies, and structural disorders of the nasal cavity. An acute sinus infection lasts from ten days to eight weeks. Chronic infection lasts longer. Sometimes it seems as if a cure has taken place, but then the problems return with the same intensity as at the beginning. There can be many attacks of acute sinusitis before it turns into chronic sinusitis.
When it comes to symptoms, sinusitis, highmoritis, and frontitis are like the annoying guests who overstay their welcome. You can expect symptoms such as facial pain, headache, nasal congestion, thick mucus, cough, and even toothache. If you've been experiencing these symptoms for a prolonged period, it's time to play doctor and consult a healthcare professional who will perform a physical examination and maybe even request imaging tests or a sinus endoscopy.
A sinus infection can reduce vision or even lead to blindness. A serious sinus infection can spread to the membranes and fluid around the brain and spinal cord, or cause meningitis. Infections can also spread to the bones and cause osteomyelitis, or cellulitis on the skin.
Traditional treatment involves a combination of medications and is aimed at eradicating the infection and relieving symptoms. Unfortunately, such an approach often fails to cure completely, the symptoms return and the problem remains for years or decades. Despite treatment, the disease persists for weeks, sometimes longer than 12 weeks. In many cases, surgical intervention is necessary. However, even here, the result is not guaranteed.
When it comes to tackling sinusitis, highmoritis, and frontitis, regenerative medicine offers some exciting possibilities. One such technique is stem cell therapy. In the case of sinus conditions, stem cells can be used to target and heal damaged sinus tissues, reducing inflammation and improving overall sinus function.
With our treatment method, the patient instantly feels relief, pain and swelling decrease, and he begins to breathe more freely. After the third session or the third procedure, the disease usually disappears. So, the patient will need only three days to come. The procedure is quick and painless. Most importantly, our therapy does not cause complications or resistance to infection, is natural and reliable.