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Empowering You to Live Your Best Life

Watching the sunset. Eating a delicious meal. Listening to your favorite song. These are some of life’s simple pleasures. But if you're dealing with conditions of your ears, nose or throat, you may find it hard to enjoy the activities you love. 

Our team of board-certified specialists at our at our ENT Center of Excellence is dedicated to making sure you can regain your health, so you can experience everything life has to offer. 

We diagnose and treat common and complex conditions through all stages of life, from sinus issues and sleep apnea to specific concerns like cholesteatoma or tympanic membrane perforation. 

We’ve brought together a team of experts dedicated to conditions of the head, neck, ears, nose and throat. Here, our otolaryngologists, head and neck surgeons and neurotologists work together to deliver exceptional care for you and your family.

We’re here to help you find the right physician or a location that’s convenient for you.

Ear, Nose and Throat Conditions We Treat

Hearing Loss and Ear Infections

  • Conductive Hearing Loss
  • Deafness
  • Sensorineural Hearing Loss
  • Eardrum Perforation

Sinus Diseases and Allergies

  • Chronic Sinusitis
  • Septal Deviation
  • Nasal Obstructions
  • Smelling Disorders
  • Allergies

Voice and Swallowing Disorders

  • Pharyngitis (Tonsils)
  • Taste Disorders
  • Sores of the Mouth
  • Laryngitis
  • Vocal Cord Nodules
  • Singer’s Nodules
  • Swallowing Disorders (Including Achalasia)
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Unparalleled Care for Head and Neck Cancers

With expertise in ear, nose and throat concerns, our care also encompasses head and neck conditions, too, including cancer.

Our dedicated oncologists treat head and neck cancers like:

  • Facial skin cancer 
  • Salivary cancers 
  • Tongue cancer 
  • Throat cancer 
  • Thyroid cancer  

If you or a family member faces one of these diagnoses, you don’t have to go far for the cancer care you deserve. Our team is ready to create a treatment plan personalized to you while easing your mind and lifting your spirits.

Find Healing for Conductive Hearing Loss

Conductive hearing loss can happen if sound is blocked in the ear canal or the middle ear. It may be caused by fluid build-up, infection or damage to the ear. Conductive hearing loss can also be caused by otosclerosis, an inherited condition resulting in the abnormal growth of a small bone in the middle ear. 

We offer effective, state-of-the-art treatment for people who face conductive hearing loss, like a joint replacement of the ear. This minimally invasive, outpatient procedure replaces the abnormal ear bone with an implant, which can restore hearing. This surgery has helped many people get rid of their hearing aids for good. 

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For Sudden Hearing Loss, Get Answers and Guidance

Sudden hearing loss is often referred to as a “stroke of the ear.” Also called sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL), the condition is usually caused by neurological damage to the ear due to trauma, viral infections or certain kinds of brain tumors. 

Medical therapy, such as a steroid injection, can usually help restore hearing and prevent permanent nerve damage. However, it’s extremely important to see a doctor right away if you experience sudden hearing loss in one ear (or both ears).