When Should I See an ENT Doctor?
When should I see an ear nose and throat doctor? ENT care can help you with the full spectrum of ear, nose, and throat health issues. Some of the most common conditions an ENT deals with are ear infections, tinnitus, sleep apnea, and TMJ pain. If you have symptoms affecting the ears, nose, or throat […]Read More
How is Pharyngitis Treated?
What is Pharyngitis? Pharyngitis is the technical term for one of the most common forms of a sore throat, which is caused by a temporary inflammation of the pharynx. The pharynx is the membrane-lined cavity located behind the mouth and nose. It connects both of these to the esophagus. It is one of the most […]Read More
Can an Ear Infection Go Away On Its Own?
Ear infections are common in children under the age of three but they normally become less of a problem as you get older. Anyone can experience the pain, redness, and hearing loss that comes from an ear infection. In many instances, an ear infection will clear itself up within 72 hours, but fluid build-up can […]Read More
How Can I Treat My Allergies?
Allergies can be a minor nuisance for a few weeks out of the year or a major problem that leaves you red-eyed, sniffling, sneezing and miserable on a regular basis. When allergies combine with other problems like snoring, sleep apnea and eczema, you can add sleep deprivation and chronic itching to the mix. However, all […]Read More
When to See an ENT Doctor
Otolaryngology is a field of surgical medicine that deals with ENT (ear, nose, and throat) conditions. Many different conditions (some as common as snoring) warrant the need to visit an ENT. The following explanation will help describe what exactly an ENT doctor deals with on a day-to-day basis, and when it might be appropriate to […]Read More