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Pediatric ENT

At our offices, we have a pediatric ENT doctor available to see patients of all ages for any issues that can arise related to the ears, nose and throat. This can include chronic ear infections, hearing problems, sinus issues, chronic headaches, chronic nosebleeds, and more.

Our physicians are specially trained in pediatrics and are able to provide a calm and caring atmosphere for your child. We place focus on treatment methods that are non-invasive and conservative, so that we can offer a variety of options that will work best for your child and for your family.

Which types of issues are treated?

When it comes to the ears, nose and throat, there are a number of things that can go wrong. We have the tools and knowledge to both diagnose and treat a wide array of conditions. From the removal of tumors in the head or neck and the performance of other inpatient and outpatient surgery in these areas, to the treatment of hearing loss and more, we are here to offer our expertise. Schedule an appointment to see a pediatric ENT doctor today.

How will you make my child feel comfortable?

We understand that any type of doctor visit is likely stressful for your child, and we are prepared to help with this. We make our environment friendly and cheery to help them feel at home from the moment they walk in the door, and we also keep up with the latest technological advancements to make our procedures as simple as possible. We place a high level of importance on familiarizing ourselves with our patients to help them feel more at home and able to ask questions. Best of all, we value follow-up, and we are with your child every step of the way from the initial appointment to recovery, and more.

How can I prepare for our upcoming appointment?

When you schedule your initial appointment with our office, we want to help you get everything in order as efficiently as possible. Therefore, it's helpful for parents to bring a copy of their child's medical records.

If we determine that your child will need to undergo surgery, there are further steps you should take to prepare including:

  • Creating a list of questions
  • Creating a list of symptoms, along with timeframes during which they occurred
  • Creating a list of any current medications your child takes
  • Packing some of your child's favorite things if it will help during the wait, such as toys, pictures, or music

At your child’s appointment, you can expect us to ask questions about the symptoms your child is experiencing and perform a physical exam. In many cases, diagnostic testing will be needed in order to get a full picture of your child’s situation. After evaluating your case, your pediatric ENT doctor will be able to talk with you about the best possible treatment option for your child and go over what you should expect.

What should we expect after surgery?

Surgery can make some parents nervous, but our staff has the experience you can count on. We also work with state-of-the-art equipment. Your pediatric ENT doctor will be with you every step of the way, and we make every effort possible to assist you following surgery.

Every case is unique, and your child will have their own specific release instructions. Our staff will sit down with you for a complete consultation. During this time, we will thoroughly review what you need to do after the surgery to ensure proper recovery. If problems do arise, we encourage you to give us a call. Either way, we will schedule a follow-up appointment to ensure everything is healing properly and the intended purpose is being achieved.

Surgery and other forms of treatment on a child is stressful, but the good news is that life after surgery is likely to be improved. The goal is to relieve the symptoms of the original condition, and this will allow your child to live a higher quality of life. In some circumstances depending on the condition and medical intervention necessary, there may be certain restrictions on some things, such as sports. If this is the case for your child, our staff will explain the risks and let you know exactly what type of physical activities should be avoided to minimize potential issues.

If your child experiences any symptoms of ear, nose and throat related problems, please contact our office at your earliest convenience. We can answer any questions that you might have about our treatments or diagnostic methods, and schedule an appointment for your child to see a pediatric ENT doctor.