Teeth are often the cause of chronic maxillary sinusitis. We can diagnose and treat this illness.

For the treatment of maxillary sinus diseases, we work closely with specialists in ear, nose and throat medicine. Chronic and acute inflammations of the maxillary sinuses often have a tooth-related cause, which can be surgically removed.

In many cases, the cause of chronic or acute inflammation of the maxillary sinus can be eliminated with the help of a surgical treatment of the teeth. Sometimes, cysts can be found in the maxillary antrum, which in most cases are discovered accidentally on radiographs. These can cause chronic inflammation of the paranasal sinuses. A small surgical procedure above the tooth roots of the upper jaw allows us to remove such cysts. Since this surgery is done in the mouth, you will not have to worry about possible scars in visible areas.