When should you visit an ENT specialist?
- ear congestion, pain, itchiness, bleeding, discharge, buzzing, injury
- hearing problems, sudden hearing loss, dizziness
- nose congestion, dryness, runny nose, discharge, bleeding, injury
- sneezing, allergy
- throat problems, hoarseness, lump sensation
- tonsil problems
- swallowing problems
- vocal cord inflammation
- oncological problems, swelling of the neck
- skin tumors on the head or neck requiring surgery
Insertion of grommets (tympanostomy tubes) for children:
The insertion of grommets, or ear tubes, is now available as part of our range of outpatient surgery procedures. This ENT (ear-nose-throat) treatment is available for children and is an effective way of treating otitis media with effusion (OME), otherwise known as glue ear. Click here to find out more
Hearing tests and screenings are available in our highly modern examination room. Our ENT specialists treat adults and children above the age of 2 years. ENT problems of children under the age of 2 years are treated by our pediatricians. In our Center for Pediatrics, an otoacoustic emission test is also available which primarily serves as the hearing examination for infants under the age of one year.