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About Dr. Kwiatkowski

Dr. Kwiatkowski, also known as “sinus doctor” is based in Las Vegas. He is a board-certified and fellowship-trained ENT surgeon, specializing in sinus treatment, including balloon sinuplasty and sinus surgery.

Dr. Kwiatkowski attended medical school at the State University of New York – Downstate Medical Center, where he graduated magna cum laude and was selected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. He was accepted into a prestigious residency in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania where he received extensive training in advanced and complex sinus surgery.

Dr. Kwiatkowski has also completed fellowship training in Neurotology and Skull Base Surgery at the University of California - San Diego. Dr. Kwiatkowski has become one of the leading Las Vegas ENT & Sinus doctors, providing nasal, sinus, and snoring relief through extensive utilization of minimally invasive techniques, including in-office balloon sinus dilation (balloon sinuplasty) and associated procedures that allow his patients to experience minimal downtime (usually less than a day).

As one of the best ENT doctors in Las Vegas, Dr. Kwiatkowski established his own sinus clinic. Today. Dr. Kwiatkowski helps people by providing sinus relief through extensive utilization of minimally invasive techniques, including balloon sinuplasty and other sinus procedures.

Sinus Treatment in Las Vegas

In most cases, sinusitis is brought about by a virus just as is the case with ordinary flu. Therefore, your sinus doctor in Las Vegas is most likely to prescribe topical or oral decongestants alongside a pain reliever. Oral decongestants such as pseudoephedrine and tropical ones such as xylometazoline are used to alleviate the swelling to allow for easy passage of air through the nasal cavity while pain relievers such as ibuprofen will help minimize problematic symptoms such as frontal headaches and fever. In other cases, sinuses are caused by a bacterial infection which in turn necessitates the use of antibiotics. Aspirin desensitization is another effective sinus treatment that is mostly recommended for people who react to Aspirin. In such cases, your doctor is likely to recommend that you be admitted to a specialized sinus clinic for a few days. Medical supervision is integral to this procedure since it involves giving patients huge doses of aspirin gradually to improve the body’s tolerance to the drug.

For patients suffering from chronic sinusitis, doctors might prescribe more potent treatment alternatives such as prescribing corticosteroids or balloon sinuplasty. A corticosteroid prescription may or may not include antibiotics depending on the severity of the condition. Either way, these drugs will greatly alleviate a patient’s symptoms. Balloon sinuplasty, on the other hand, allows doctors to manually drain a patient’s sinuses using dilation techniques. If the patient does not respond positively to any of these medications, sinus doctors opt for a nasal surgery whereby the nasal passage is cleared using surgical means