Grand Rapids ENT

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Practice News

When you’re suffering a lot of headaches, it can all be very frustrating. You want to get to the bottom of the problem and find a treatment that works for you. But can an ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctor treat your headaches for you? They certainly can in certain situations because headaches are caused by the areas treated by

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Hearing loss can affect a person's overall health and well-being.  Untreated hearing loss may contribute to feelings of depression, social isolation, and lack of confidence in conversations.  Treatment of your hearing loss will help improve your complete health and quality of life.  Our goal is to help our patients understand their hearing loss and treatment options.  Call us for a

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Many people struggle with long-term sinus problems that impact their way of life and their general day to day wellbeing. One of the most recent procedures that’s gained prominence is balloon sinus surgery. The surgery is pretty minimal and not very invasive at all. If you’re suffering from sinus problems and you want to know whether this procedure has the

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The human ear, nose and throat system is incredibly complex and highly interlinked, leading to the need for medical specialists who focus on this area alone. These specialists, known colloquially as ear, nose and throat doctors (ENT) offer expert guidance on the management of a wide range of health conditions. However, many people are unsure when a consultation with an

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Snoring is one of the most annoying things to experience in the world. Whether you’re on the receiving or giving end of snoring, it can be frustrating knowing what it does to the people dearest to us. When we breathe air, it passes through the throat as it heads to the lung. It passes the soft palate and uvula, which

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ENT doctors , also known as ear, nose and throat doctors or otolaryngologists, are specialists that deal with problems in the ear, nose and throat. It’s a medical specialty that focuses on the different conditions that occur in the ear, nose and throat region. It also extends to areas such as the next and head. If you feel like you

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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

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Pictures of balloon dilation of the Eustachian tube.  This process may be an option for people with chronic Eustachian tube dysfunction.

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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?

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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

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