Conditions We Treat
|Adenoid enlargement||Hearing loss||Nose bleeds||Sore throats||Tinnitus (ringing in ears)|
|Balance disorders (dizziness)||Laryngitis (hoarseness)||Sinusitis||Swallowing problems||TMJ|
|Deviated septum||Nasal obstruction||Sinus pain/pressure||Swimmer’s ear||Tongue ties|
|Ear infection||Nasal polyps||Sleep apnea||Thyroid disease||Tonsillitis/Tonsil Enlargement|
|Ear wax||Nasal fractures||Smell and taste disorders||Thyroid nodules||Vertigo|
|Head and neck cancer||Neck masses||Snoring||Thyroid cancer||
In addition to an Otolaryngologist, your ENT doctor may also be known as an Otologist or Neurotologist, information courtesy of the University of Maryland Medical Center.
View a complete list of medical terms from the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery.
In addition, browse Prohealth Patient Resources.