Hearing Health Blog
A pediatric ear, nose and throat doctor can help diagnose and treat a wide variety of conditions and issues related to the face and head. However, it can be hard to know when your child might need to visit this professional. Here are four signs that parents should keep an eye out for to help them decide when to schedule
One of the most common childhood illnesses surrounds the adenoids in the throat. A respected ear nose and throat doctor can manage repeated throat infections that enlarge the adenoids and cause issues with hearing, but when a child is developing more than four or five of these serious infections every year, adenoid surgery is often the answer. What are adenoids?
You might be having difficulty breathing through the nose. Perhaps, you are simply having issues with snoring or maybe sleep apnea. These are commonly caused by problems with your septum. If you speak to an ear, throat and nose specialist, you might find that they recommend septum surgery. Septum surgery is when the septum is changed or altered to make
Headaches are a common complaint reported by a significant percentage of the population at one time or another. Most headaches occur because people become dehydrated, but there are plenty of other causes too. Today, we’re going to look at some of the ways an ear, nose and throat (ENT) specialist might help you to deal with the problem and get
Snoring is often seen as an annoying but harmless condition. It’s common enough to occur in almost anyone (especially those who are overweight) and tends to affect men more than women. Most of the time, snoring isn’t serious as long as it’s occasional and doesn’t happen every night, even if it’s a nuisance for those around you. However, if you