Pediatric ENT

Children are not immune to ear, nose and throat disorders. Our board certified otolaryngologists are skilled in providing medical and surgical solutions for pediatric patients, whether they are suffering from common ear infections to more serious conditions like cleft palates or ankyloglossia (tongue-tie).

We provide compassionate and effective care to ensure their good health and your peace of mind.

If you suspect your child is suffering from an ENT-related problem, please contact us to schedule an appointment.

Tongue Tie

Ankyloglossia, also known as tongue tie, is a condition present at birth that restricts the tongue’s range of motion. A short, thick or tight band of tissue attaches the child’s tongue to the floor of their mouth. What problems can…

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Speech Delay

As children grow, there are certain milestones parents look forward to, such as crawling, walking and speaking. By their first birthday, most children know a word or two; at 18 months, their vocabulary should consist of five to 20 words…

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Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is not confined to older adults: children of all ages can experience a loss of hearing. Roughly 3 out of 1,000 babies are born with hearing loss, and its prevalence is increasing in adolescents. Noise-induced hearing loss is…

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Ear Infections

Children are especially susceptible to ear infections thanks in large part to anatomy. The structure of their Eustachian tubes, which are still developing until about the age of two, makes them prone to swelling and blockages. Children who attend daycare…

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Swimmers Ear

When water becomes trapped in the ear, bacteria can cause inflammation and infection of the ear canal. This painful affliction is known as swimmer’s ear and can occur following exposure to any moist environment. It is most common in children…

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Enlarged Lymph Nodes

Lymph nodes are bean-shaped glands located in your child’s neck, armpits, groin, chest and abdomen. They contain white blood cells that help fight off infections. Lymph nodes can become enlarged because of a viral infection, bacterial infection or an infection…

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Nasal Congestion

A congested, stuffy nose is a nuisance that can affect your child’s ability to smell, taste and breathe. It is one of the most common complaints, especially when it persists or is accompanied by nasal discharge. Causes Congestion occurs when…

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Children’s sinuses aren’t fully developed until they are teenagers, making them more prone to sinus infections than adults. These may be difficult to diagnose since the symptoms of sinusitis are identical to those found in other conditions such as colds…

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Tonsil infections are a common childhood malady, bringing pain and discomfort to many children between the ages of five and 15. The result of inflamed tonsils, the condition – known as tonsillitis – is most often caused by a viral…

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