Announcing the Launch of Our New Website & Blog

Houston Sinus Surgery at the Yeung Institute, a practice dedicated to personalized care in diagnosing and treating sinus conditions, is pleased to unveil a brand new look on the web with our website that launched this week (www.houstonsinussurgery.com). Our new site includes a number of features including this blog, which will regularly be updated with content about treatments for sinus and nasal disorders, as well as information about the latest sinus procedures, new research findings and much more.

We invite you to explore our new site to learn more about our practice, Dr. Cecil Yeung, and the wide range of conditions and symptoms that we treat. With this new website, patients can easily schedule appointments at any time of day using our request an appointment form.

You can also link to our Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and other social media pages from the new site. Be sure to check back regularly to see our latest blog posts here!

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