Sinusitis is an inflammation of the sinuses’ mucosal lining. Chronic and acute rhinosinusitis are two types of rhinosinusitis with different causal and quite similar symptoms. Facial pain, congestion, and headache are all symptoms of the conditions among others. Due to the significant presence of this condition in the Saudi community, family doctors should be up to speed on the latest diagnosis, therapy, and complications. We aim to explore the literature which reviews rhinosinusitis, and the correspondent etiology, clinical presentation, risk factors, identification, and/or control of this condition. Article gathering and sorting was performed on the PubMed database, and the resulted chosen papers had underwent a further thorough review. The diagnosis of rhinosinusitis is usually dependent based on the clinician's excellent experience, with the patients’ history and examination serving as the foundation. Diagnosing the causal pathogen is just as important as discerning the patient's other risk factors and comorbidities when it comes to determining the best treatment approach and evading unfavorable outcomes.