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. Click here to learn more, courtesy of the University of Maryland Medical Center.
Click here for a complete list of medical terms from The American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery website.
Click here for some valuable resources.