Hi - that is a pretty broad question, so the short answer is maybe. Usually someone with recurrent sinus infections (for example, quarterly per year or with season transitions like fall to winter), or with other airway issues like asthma or allergies, that person is likely going to have long term issues with their sinuses. In those cases, the problem may be a combination of physical factor (deviated septum not letting enough air through, narrow drainage channels from the sinuses to the nasal passages, or even obstructive tissues like nasal polyps) and / or lining related problem like allergies or reactive airway tissues. The physical aspect often needs surgical intervention while lining related issues respond better to topical or systemic treatment.
Often people can get relief if they use treatment on a more proactive basis (whether it is avoidance, smoking cessation or topical therapy), rather than waiting until you are sick.
Hope that helps!