Ear, Nose, and Throat Center Your ears, nose, and throat are all connected. That’s why an ENT specialist, also called an otolaryngologist, is a one-stop place to treat earaches, nasal allergies, sore throats, and much more.
Conditions of the ears, nose, and throat come in all shapes and sizes, ranging in severity and differing in symptoms. So you may think that tonsillitis (a condition in which the tonsils become inflamed) has no relation to sinusitis (an illness associated with congestion and sinus pressure), it could well be different from your perception.
Actually, ears, nose, and throat work together as an intimate trio. That’s why a problem in any one of these areas can take a toll on all of the — discomfort in your nose may affect your throat. But their interconnectedness can also be beneficial — treatments and nutrients that heal or protect one part of the system may transfer over and help the others.
Many people who experience painful or uncomfortable symptoms in their ears, nose, and throat play down those symptoms as an inevitable part of cold and flu or allergy season. Although ENT problems are rarely serious or life-threatening, they can actually be quite debilitating. Whether it’s your ears that are bothering you (an ear infection or hearing loss, perhaps), your nose that’s the problem (nasal allergies or congestion), your throat that won’t get better (a chronic sore throat or strep), or sinus pain that you’ve been struggling with.
Following Treatment We are provided:-
- Sinus Surgery
- Nasal Surgery