Otolaryngology

Otolaryngology (ENT)

The ENT specialty focuses on the diagnosis and nonsurgical / surgical treatment of the ear, nose, throat and related anatomy of the head and neck.
Diseases treated by Otolaryngologists can be grouped into four major practice areas:

The Ears

Nearly 10 percent of all Americans suffer from some degree of hearing loss. Otolaryngologists are uniquely trained to identify, diagnose, and treat diseases that are localized to the ear, including chronic ear infections, tinnitus, equilibrium management (balance disorders), as well as cranial nerve disorders.

The Throat

The throat is a vital part of our anatomy, assisting in speech and communication, as well as eating and drinking. Otolaryngologists specialize in treating and managing diseases of the throat, upper digestive tract, esophagus, and larynx.

The Nose

Sinus infections are among the most common chronic health conditions in the United States, with nearly 35 million people diagnosed with chronic sinusitis annually. Other common nasal problems include deviated septum, chronic allergies, olfactory (smell) disorders, as well as growth and polyps within the nasal cavity.

The Head & Neck

The head and neck are home to many of our vital functions and senses, including hearing, sight, and smell. Beyond localized diseases, Otolaryngologists are trained in treating general infection, facial trauma, facial deformities, as well as both benign and malignant (cancerous) tumors.

Septoplasty

Septal Perforation Repair

Otoplasty

Thyroidectomy

Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

Cancer Surgery

Tonsillectomy & Adenoidectomy

Parathyroidectomy

Nasal Fracture repair

Myringotomy

Laryngoscopy

Skin Cancer Surgery

Computerized Image-Guided Surgery

Eardrum Repair (Tympanoplasty)

Snoreplasty

Salivary Gland Surgery

Nasal Fracture Repair

Insertion of Tubes

Sleep Apnea Surgery (UPPP)

Cancer Surgery & Management

Rhinoplasty

Mastoid Surgery

Lymph Node Removal

Facial Reconstructive Surgery

Conditions Treated
Diseases treated by Otolaryngologists can be grouped into four major practice areas:

The Ears

Nearly 10 percent of all Americans suffer from some degree of hearing loss. Otolaryngologists are uniquely trained to identify, diagnose, and treat diseases that are localized to the ear, including chronic ear infections, tinnitus, equilibrium management (balance disorders), as well as cranial nerve disorders.

The Throat

The throat is a vital part of our anatomy, assisting in speech and communication, as well as eating and drinking. Otolaryngologists specialize in treating and managing diseases of the throat, upper digestive tract, esophagus, and larynx.

The Nose

Sinus infections are among the most common chronic health conditions in the United States, with nearly 35 million people diagnosed with chronic sinusitis annually. Other common nasal problems include deviated septum, chronic allergies, olfactory (smell) disorders, as well as growth and polyps within the nasal cavity.

The Head & Neck

The head and neck are home to many of our vital functions and senses, including hearing, sight, and smell. Beyond localized diseases, Otolaryngologists are trained in treating general infection, facial trauma, facial deformities, as well as both benign and malignant (cancerous) tumors.
Treatments & Procedures

Septoplasty

Septal Perforation Repair

Otoplasty

Thyroidectomy

Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

Cancer Surgery

Tonsillectomy & Adenoidectomy

Parathyroidectomy

Nasal Fracture repair

Myringotomy

Laryngoscopy

Skin Cancer Surgery

Computerized Image-Guided Surgery

Eardrum Repair (Tympanoplasty)

Snoreplasty

Salivary Gland Surgery

Nasal Fracture Repair

Insertion of Tubes

Sleep Apnea Surgery (UPPP)

Cancer Surgery & Management

Rhinoplasty

Mastoid Surgery

Lymph Node Removal

Facial Reconstructive Surgery

Diseases treated by Otolaryngologists can be grouped into four major practice areas:

The Ears

Nearly 10 percent of all Americans suffer from some degree of hearing loss. Otolaryngologists are uniquely trained to identify, diagnose, and treat diseases that are localized to the ear, including chronic ear infections, tinnitus, equilibrium management (balance disorders), as well as cranial nerve disorders.

The Throat

The throat is a vital part of our anatomy, assisting in speech and communication, as well as eating and drinking. Otolaryngologists specialize in treating and managing diseases of the throat, upper digestive tract, esophagus, and larynx.

The Nose

Sinus infections are among the most common chronic health conditions in the United States, with nearly 35 million people diagnosed with chronic sinusitis annually. Other common nasal problems include deviated septum, chronic allergies, olfactory (smell) disorders, as well as growth and polyps within the nasal cavity.

The Head & Neck

The head and neck are home to many of our vital functions and senses, including hearing, sight, and smell. Beyond localized diseases, Otolaryngologists are trained in treating general infection, facial trauma, facial deformities, as well as both benign and malignant (cancerous) tumors.

Septoplasty

Septal Perforation Repair

Otoplasty

Thyroidectomy

Tonsillectomy & Adenoidectomy

Parathyroidectomy

Nasal Fracture repair

Myringotomy

Laryngoscopy

Skin Cancer Surgery

Computerized Image-Guided Surgery

Eardrum Repair (Tympanoplasty)

Snoreplasty

Salivary Gland Surgery

Nasal Fracture Repair

Insertion of Tubes

Sleep Apnea Surgery (UPPP)

Cancer Surgery & Management

Rhinoplasty

Mastoid Surgery

Lymph Node Removal

Facial Reconstructive Surgery

Conditions Treated
Diseases treated by Otolaryngologists can be grouped into four major practice areas:

The Ears

Nearly 10 percent of all Americans suffer from some degree of hearing loss. Otolaryngologists are uniquely trained to identify, diagnose, and treat diseases that are localized to the ear, including chronic ear infections, tinnitus, equilibrium management (balance disorders), as well as cranial nerve disorders.

The Throat

The throat is a vital part of our anatomy, assisting in speech and communication, as well as eating and drinking. Otolaryngologists specialize in treating and managing diseases of the throat, upper digestive tract, esophagus, and larynx.

The Nose

Sinus infections are among the most common chronic health conditions in the United States, with nearly 35 million people diagnosed with chronic sinusitis annually. Other common nasal problems include deviated septum, chronic allergies, olfactory (smell) disorders, as well as growth and polyps within the nasal cavity.

The Head & Neck

The head and neck are home to many of our vital functions and senses, including hearing, sight, and smell. Beyond localized diseases, Otolaryngologists are trained in treating general infection, facial trauma, facial deformities, as well as both benign and malignant (cancerous) tumors.
Treatments & Procedures

Septoplasty

Septal Perforation Repair

Otoplasty

Thyroidectomy

Tonsillectomy & Adenoidectomy

Parathyroidectomy

Nasal Fracture repair

Myringotomy

Laryngoscopy

Skin Cancer Surgery

Computerized Image-Guided Surgery

Eardrum Repair (Tympanoplasty)

Snoreplasty

Salivary Gland Surgery

Nasal Fracture Repair

Insertion of Tubes

Sleep Apnea Surgery (UPPP)

Cancer Surgery & Management

Rhinoplasty

Mastoid Surgery

Lymph Node Removal

Facial Reconstructive Surgery

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