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Sinus Infection San Diego

Sinus Infection San Diego

Sinus infections, medically known as sinusitis, occur when nasal cavities swell and become inflamed. Infections can be caused by a variety of viruses. They happen even when you believe other upper respiratory symptoms have subsided. There are some cases in which fungus can cause sinus infections. Allergies can trigger sinusitis. Tooth infections have also been known to do so as well. If you are looking for treatment for your sinus infection in San Diego, you have come to the right place! If you are currently experiencing a sinusitis, give us a call today to schedule an appointment with one of our doctors! (858) 554-1212

Where We Are Located

Clinic Locations

Perlman Clinic operates primary and urgent care centers in San Diego. Our clinics are located in Clairemont, Kensington, La Jolla, Hillcrest, Downtown La Jolla, Carlsbad, Chula Vista, and Downtown San Diego. We offer sinus infection treatment at all of our clinic locations across San Diego County.

Sinus Infection San Diego

If you have any questions regarding sinusitis or sinus infection treatment, or want to find out whether your doctor visit will be covered by insurance, please give us a call at (858) 554-1212.

Business Hours

Our location hours vary by location. To find out our business hours, please go to our Locations page.

Insurance

We accept most insurances. Please check out our Insurance page.

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Services

Primary Care

Urgent Care

  • Sinus Infections
  • Fever, Cold, or Flu
  • Minor Allergic Reactions
  • Asthma Attacks
  • Urinary Tract Infections
  • Nausea, Vomiting, Or Diarrhea
  • Rashes
  • Strep Throat
  • Frequent Or Painful Urination
  • Heat Stroke
  • Cuts And Scrapes
  • Stitches
  • Minor Head Injuries Without Loss Of Consciousness
  • Minor Sports Injuries

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Meet the Hillcrest Team!

Monica Perlman, MD

Samantha Hawley, PA-C

Emily Ence PA-C

William Buchner, MD

Sinus Infection Patient Testimonials

Couldn’t be more thankful for Perlman Clinic

What I had originally thought was just a stuffy nose quickly escalated to the point where it was getting hard to breathe. Dr. Perlman saved the day by correctly diagnosing me with a sinus infection. I don’t know what I would have done without her!
– Layla G.
★★★★★

11/19/2018

5 / 5 stars

Best sinus infection treatment

Sinusitis is more serious than some people might think. You don’t really understand until you experience it. Luckily I live right down the street from Perlman Clinic in Hillcrest so I know they are always there for me when I need medical attention.
– Caleb R.
★★★★★

07/14/2018

5 / 5 stars

Everything You Need to Know About Sinus Infections San Diego

There are differences between the chronic and acute infections. The infection which lasts only a short while is acute sinusitis. This is typically caused by a cold or allergies. Chronic sinusitis lasts much longer-typically eight weeks and can continue to surface. Acute and chronic infections share common symptoms. Consult with your doctor to best learn about which type of infection you might have and what caused it, and also which treatment is best for you.

Sinusitis most commonly evokes pain. There are sinuses that exist above and below your eyes and behind the nose. All of these can experience pain when you are having a sinus infection. Symptoms will include the inflammation and swelling of your sinuses. They will ache and also have a slight pressure. It is possible to feel pain in the forehead and on even both sides of the nose. Your upper jaws and teeth can also feel a pressure on them as well. The area between your eyes might experience pressure which can lead to a headache.

These infections are most commonly known by the greenish-yellow discharge they cause to leak from your nasal passages. You will be blowing your nose often so it is best to keep tissues handy. This discharge can bypass your nasal passages altogether and leak down your throat. This can tickle or itch its way down the back of your throat and is quite uncomfortable. This discharge is called postnasal drop and it is what will lead you to coughing at night when you are sleeping and especially when you first wake up in the morning. This will also create a hoarse sound to your voice.

Congestion is the second most common affect that these infections will have on your body. Your sinuses will become inflamed which will restrict your breathing. This will mainly affect breathing through your nose. The ability to smell or taste will be slightly affected as well. Consult with your doctor for treatment on the acute or chronic sinus infection treatment.

Book an appointment online or call 858-554-1212 to see a doctor at Perlman Clinic today!