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  • What Are Adenoids?
    When we think about the first line of defense against infection we often think about the tonsils; however, the adenoids also play a part in protecting against infection. Together the Read more
  • Treating a Cleft Palate
    A cleft palate is a common birth defect that occurs in the first six to nine weeks of pregnancy in which the tissue of the roof of the mouth doesn’t Read more
  • What Is Nasal Irrigation?
    Dealing with a blocked nose thanks to a cold or a sinus infection? If so, you may be wondering about ways to help alleviate your symptoms until the infection clears Read more
  • Getting Your Tonsils Removed
    If you open your mouth, it’s fairly easy to see your tonsils, as they are the two soft-tissue organs that lie on either side of the back of the throat. Read more
  • Correcting a Deviated Septum
    The septum is a thin wall of cartilage that separates the two nasal cavities of the nose. If the septum is crooked or leans more to one side, this is Read more
  • When a Tonsillectomy Is Necessary
    The tonsils are two small glands that are found in the back of the throat. They are our body’s first defenses against harmful bacteria and other foreign invaders; however, sometimes Read more
  • Why Do My Ears Keep Ringing?
    If you’ve ever been to a loud concert then chances are good that you’ve dealt with ear ringing afterward; however, if you’re experiencing ringing in the ears regularly and symptoms Read more
  • Finding the Right Treatment for Eustachian Tube Dysfunction
    The eustachian tube is a narrow canal that runs from the throat to the middle ear, and it is responsible for regulating pressure within the middle ear. If you’ve ever Read more
  • Does My Child Need Ear Tube Surgery?
    Middle ear infections (known as otitis media) are quite common in young children, and while they are usually nothing to worry about it, it can become a problem if your Read more
  • Are You In Need of A Hearing Aid?
    The Hearing Loss Association of America estimates that about 20% of adults suffer from some degree of hearing loss. By the time they are 65, about one-third of people suffer Read more
  • Signs Of Throat Cancer
    Your ENT doctor sees, diagnoses, and treats many conditions related to the ear, nose, and throat. One of the most worrisome is throat cancer, along with malignancies of the pharynx, Read more
  • Allergy Medication Guide
    An ear, nose, and throat professional (ENT) is a great resource when it comes to your allergies. Whether your symptoms are caused by seasonal changes or triggered by animal dander, Read more
  • What Is A Balloon Sinuplasty?
    Balloon sinuplasty is a form of endoscopic nasal surgery performed by a surgeon who specializes in otolaryngology. Most people who need this type of surgery suffer from sinus inflammation (rhinosinusitis) Read more
  • FAQs about Hearing Aids
    If you’re having difficulty hearing friends and family talking to you, it might be time to consider a hearing aid. Thanks to current technology, many hearing aids are discrete but Read more
  • What Is Dysphagia?
    You may take it for granted, but swallowing water, food, or saliva is actually a very complicated process. It requires vast systems of nerves and muscles working together. Patients that Read more
  • What Is Dysphagia?
    You may take it for granted, but swallowing water, food, or saliva is actually a very complicated process. It requires vast systems of nerves and muscles working together. Patients that Read more

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