Treating a wide range of ailments, the otolaryngology specialists at Providence provide expert care for patients with ear, nose and throat conditions.
Otolaryngologists, or “ENTs” for short, see patients of all ages, from children with ear and throat infections to adult patients seeking treatment for sinus infections, hearing loss or cancers of the ear, nose and throat.
Many Ear, Nose and Throat physicians treat both children and adults, although some focus on only one of these populations. Some may also complete additional training to focus on specific areas or conditions, such as otologists (focus on the ears); facial plastic and reconstructive surgery; or head and neck surgery to focus on complex surgery of the jaw, mouth and neck.
Whether your child has recurring ear infections or you're an adult seeking treatment for chronic sinusitis, you can rest easy knowing the surgery will be performed in a setting well-known for providing compassionate, high-quality care.
Ear, Nose and Throat surgeons are sometimes called Otolaryngologists or Otorhinolaryngologists. They are trained to diagnose and treat diseases and conditions affecting the ears, nose, sinuses, larynx (voice box), mouth and throat, as well as structures of the head and neck.
At Providence, our highly experienced otolaryngologists specialize in complete medical and surgical treatment of the ear, nose and throat. By providing complete diagnostic evaluations to determine causes and offering treatment options related to the patient’s unique needs, we’re able to ensure the complete care of each patient.
Along with audiologist for hearing and balance, therapists for speech and swallowing care, and cancer specialists, our ENT specialists provide treatments and care for a wide spectrum of conditions including:
- Ear infections (including symptoms like dizziness, vertigo, hearing loss or broken ear drums)
- Chronic throat infections and tonsil infections
- Acute and chronic sinus conditions
- Nasal blockage, nasal polyps, nasal deformities and nasal fractures
- Voice issues, vocal cord masses, chronic hoarseness and voice box tumors
- Neck masses and neck tumors
- Salivary gland stones and tumors
- Thyroid/parathyroid masses and tumors
- Airway obstruction, snoring and sleep apnea
- Skin cancers of the face and neck