Ear, nose and throat disorders are fairly common in adults and children. Some people may only require cosmetic surgery to increase nasal shape and size, while others will also require a functional correction, such as removing nasal blockages. Patients should, therefore, recognize that a severe ENT condition can be treated preferably only by an ENT expert.
Usually, an ENT specialist or otolaryngologist may focus their clinical and
research activities in this field in one or more of the subareas.
• Pediatric otolaryngology
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During the fall season, New England becomes one of the most scenic places in the country. However, the pollen can cause your allergy symptoms to run wild. No one looks forward to being stuck inside the house. Below are three of the top tips for allergy sufferers to keep in mind.
Take Your Allergy Medications
Symptoms of fall allergies include stuffy, runny, itchy nose, sneezing, itchy eyes, wheezing, coughing,and headache. Take your allergy medications before exposing yourself to the pollen-filled environment. The medication will give you an extra sense of security. It is a good idea to start taking your allergy medication as soon as possible because many allergy formulas take a while to build up in the bloodstream. It is also a good idea to consult your doctor. Not all allergy medications work for every person. Continue reading
A nose job, or Rhinoplasty, is a procedure performed to improve the overall aesthetic of this central facial feature. There are a number of common complaints people have about their nose, from overall size in proportion to the rest of their facial features, bumps and indentations, the width of the nose, the positioning of the nostrils, nasal tips that are hooked, bulbous, or upturned, and issues with asymmetry.
Through a rhinoplasty procedure, all of these issues are typically resolved very successfully. In addition to these aesthetic issues, sometimes the function of the nose is improved through rhinoplasty as well.