ENT Services

Ear, nose and throat disorders affect both children and adults, and encompass a wide range of conditions. Some of the more common ones include ear infections, tonsillitis, dizziness and balance problems, sinus infections, snoring and sleep apnea and allergies. Our professional staff includes board certified otolaryngologists trained in the diagnosis and treatment of the full spectrum of ENT disorders.


Your ear is a complex organ that enables you to connect with your surroundings. If a problem arises with any part of the ear, you may become disconnected. Fortunately, the staff at is experienced at treating any disorder or condition that walks in the door. If you are experiencing any ear pain or discomfort, contact…

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Pediatric ENT

Ear, nose and throat concerns are among the top reasons children are brought to the doctors. This is because children are especially sensitive to issues like ear infections and food allergies, and because certain birth defects such as cleft palates and ankyloglossia (tongue-tie) must be treated at a young age to prevent complications later on.…

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Pediatric Ear Problems

Causes Ear infections occur when fluid fills the space between the eardrum and the inner ear. This happens when the Eustachian tube becomes blocked thanks to a virus or bacterium, preventing mucus and pus from draining out of the middle ear. These fluids put pressure on the eardrum, causing pain and discomfort. Children are especially…

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Reconstructive Ear Surgery

A patient suffering from a congenital defect, injury, or trauma to the ears may feel self-conscious about his or her appearance. Fortunately, help is available; reconstructive ear surgery (known as reconstructive otoplasty) can correct both cosmetic and medical deformities of the outer ear and restore a patient’s self-confidence, in addition to improving his or her…

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Snoring is extremely common: 45 percent of American adults snore occasionally and 25 percent are habitual snorers. While many consider it a mere nuisance, keep in mind that snoring is a sleep disorder and can be the sign of a serious medical condition, such a sleep apnea. If your partner has complained to you about…

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Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is one of the biggest health concerns in the U.S. It is the third most commonly reported physical condition, following arthritis and heart disease. It affects roughly 20 percent of the American population, and can strike people of all ages. The most common causes of hearing loss are noise exposure and aging. Symptoms…

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