Ears, Nose, Throat, Oh My!

If you have a health problem with your head or neck, your doctor might recommend that you see an otolaryngologist. That's someone who treats issues in your ears, nose, or throat as well as related areas in your head and neck. They're called ENT's for short.

ENT's can treat many different medical conditions such as: An ear condition, such as an infection, hearing loss, or trouble with balance. Nose and nasal issues like allergies, sinusitis, or growths. Throat problems like tonsillitis, difficulty swallowing, and voice issues. Sleep trouble like snoring or obstructive sleep apnea, in which your airway is narrow or blocked and it interrupts your breathing while you sleep. Infections or tumors (cancerous or not) of your head or neck.

Pediatric and Adult Ear, Nose, and Throat


  • Ear Surgery
  • Treatment of Eardrum Ruptures
  • Foreign Object Removal from Ear Canals
  • Management of Recurrent Ear Infections
  • Ear Pinning / Otoplasty


  • Sinus Surgery
  • Deviated Septum Repair
  • Balloon Sinuplasty
  • Removal of Nasal Polyps
  • Steroid Implants into Sinuses


  • Neck Surgery
  • Treatment for Hoarse Voice / Laryngitis
  • Treatment of Vocal Cord Paralysis
  • Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy
  • Thyroid Surgery
  • Salivary Gland Surgery
  • Lymph Node Removal

Breathe Easy with Balloon Sinuplasty!

If you suffer from poor sinus drainage, you already know that antibiotics, decongestants, and steroids can do only so much. Balloon sinus dilation is a simple office procedure that gently expands the natural sinus openings to fix underlying drainage problems.

Until recently, sufferers of chronic or recurrent sinusitis were limited to two treatment options: medication therapy or aggressive sinus surgery. Fortunately, advances in medical science have opened new doors. Now there's a treatment that can be performed in your doctor’s office without the need for cutting or tissue removal.

Balloon sinus dilation is a minimally invasive office procedure, performed under local anesthesia, that delivers immediate and long-lasting relief.1 Your doctor will reshape your sinus pathways by inflating small balloons in key places in the nose and sinuses, restoring drainage.*

Please ask our Physicians if Balloon Sinuplasty is right for you.