Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT)
Our Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) specialists, or Otolaryngologists, are highly experienced with over 45 years of combined experience in all conditions related to your head and neck. They treat both common and complex problems of the ear, nose, and throat that can range from ear disorders to sinus disease and head and neck breathing difficulties.
Our ENTs offer the highest level of specialty care for all ear, nose, and throat problems for patients of all ages with additional training in pediatrics.
We offer treatment for:
Infections– Your ears, nose, and throat are all part of your upper respiratory system. They share anatomy and have similar mucus membrane linings, which means they get similar infections. An infection or another problem affecting one of them may also affect the others. Infections may cause ear pressure pain, sore throat, or constant problems with sinuses or phlegm in the throat.
Breathing disorders- Problems with your head and neck can lead to many different breathing issues. Some issues that may arise include obstructive sleep apnea, nasal congestion, snoring, mouth breathing, and wheezing.
Voice disorders-Laryngeal disorders are disorders of the larynx or vocal cords. There is no single symptom associated with a specific disorder of the larynx. For example, limitations in pitch and loudness, shortness of breath, or increased vocal effort may be a sign of any number of disorders of the larynx. Laryngeal disorders can include benign and malignant tumors, contact ulcers, laryngitis, vocal cord paralysis, vocal cord polyps and nodules among others.
Sinus disorders-Sinonasal disorders are disorders of the sinus or nose. They can include nasal obstruction, nasal discharge, nose bleed, nasal tone in voice, headache and facial pain, itching and sneezing, and nasal deformity.