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Tonsillectomy vs. Adenoidectomy: Understanding the Differences and Similarities - Blog Post

Tonsillectomy vs. Adenoidectomy: Understanding the Differences and Similarities

When it comes to surgical procedures involving the throat and airway, tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy are two options that are often mentioned.  While both procedures involve the removal of tissue in the throat area, they serve different purposes, and your provider may find that one surgery will suit you better than the other.  Tonsillectomy vs. Adenoidectomy – Understanding the Difference […]

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Why Hearing Testing Is Crucial for Early Detection of Hearing Loss - Blog Post

Why Hearing Testing Is Crucial for Early Detection of Hearing Loss

Hearing loss typically affects people between 45 and older. Hearing testing is important as it will detect issues with your hearing and could prevent additional hearing loss. It also allows your doctor to determine the appropriate treatment to restore your quality of life. How Often You Should Have Your Hearing Tested During the school years, children are often […]

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Treatments for Snoring and Sleep Apnea - Blog Post

Treatments for Snoring and Sleep Apnea

If you have sleep apnea, your breathing pauses while you sleep. Pauses can last from just a few seconds to minutes and can happen many times per hour—sometimes over 30. Chronic snoring is one symptom of sleep apnea, as well as audible choking noises. When you have sleep apnea, you don’t get as much deep sleep […]

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Adenoidectomy: When to Get Adenoids Removed - Blog Post

Adenoidectomy: When to Get Adenoids Removed

The adenoids in the upper back part of the throat, like the tonsils on either side, are part of the lymphatic system. They serve a useful function to trap bacteria and keep them from entering the body. However, if the adenoids are constantly infected, their usefulness decreases. Frequent adenoid infections are a good reason to […]

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How Balloon Sinuplasty Offers Long-Term Relief From Chronic Sinusitis - Blog Post

How Balloon Sinuplasty Offers Long-Term Relief From Chronic Sinusitis

Chronic recurrent sinusitis (CRS) affects about 37 million Americans each year. While medication can help many of those suffering from this condition, some may fare better with endoscopic sinus surgery. Still, many individuals continue to seek out minimally invasive solutions instead, such as balloon sinuplasty, a procedure where a surgeon places a small balloon through the nose […]

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How To Know If You Are Facing Hearing Loss - Blog Post

How To Know If You Are Facing Hearing Loss

Have you been finding yourself raising the volume while listening to music, asking your friends, ‘What did they say?’ during the movies, or being stressed that you are missing things during a conversation, you may wonder if your hearing is getting worse. Hearing loss is common with age; however, a recent study found that over one billion people are […]

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Understanding the Shared Symptoms Across Thyroid Disorders - Blog Post

Understanding the Shared Symptoms Across Thyroid Disorders

Thyroid disorders are those which affect one’s thyroid and parathyroid glands. The thyroid gland is a small, endocrine gland located toward the front of your neck that uses the thyroid hormone to regulate the speed at which your body handles its functions. Meanwhile, the parathyroid glands are four more minor glands located near the thyroid gland […]

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What Causes Recurrent Ear Infections? - Blog Post

What Causes Recurrent Ear Infections?

Even though children are most prone to developing recurrent ear infections, adults can suffer from them as well. Ear infections, medically known as otitis media, can be both painful and stress-inducing, especially when they occur one after another. Underlying Causes There are a variety of reasons why someone continually develops an ear infection. Some patients develop […]

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End the Guesswork With Advanced Allergy Testing

Allergy symptoms occur when the immune system reacts to an allergic substance, also known as an allergen, entering the body. The immune system produces specific antibodies to recognize allergens if they reenter the body. This recognition triggers a series of reactions, including tissue destruction, blood vessel dilation, and the production of inflammatory substances like histamine. […]

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Do I Need to Have My Tonsils Removed?

Tonsil removal (tonsillectomy) is a normal thing that many people end up deciding to do. There are many reasons for getting a tonsillectomy, some of these reasons include repeated instances of acute tonsillitis, tonsillitis that does not respond well to medications that are prescribed by your doctor, adenoiditis that continues to come back, tonsil stones, or […]

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