This area of specialty includes the important functions of sight, smell, hearing, and the appearance of the face. In the head and neck area, ENTs are trained to treat infections, benign (non-cancerous) and malignant (cancerous) masses and tumors, and facial trauma.

If you experience difficulty with thyroid disease, Bell’s palsy, skin cancer, neck masses (tumors), or a recurring or chronic problem in the head or neck, an ENT specialist can diagnose the condition and help find the right treatment plan for you.

Common Throat Problems

One common illness often seen by ENT physicians is thyroid diseases, including Graves’ disease, along with it's accompanying complications.

Symptoms of  Graves’ disease can include: protrusion of the eyeballs, goiter, fast heart rate, high blood pressure, difficulty sleeping, weight loss, and nervousness. In some cases, the goiter becomes so large that it begins to cause compression on the esophagus and trachea causing problems with swallowing or shortness of breath. A visit to an ENT will help pinpoint the source of the problem and inform the treatment.

Other Information

Auditory Brainstem Response

Excision of Skin Lesions