ENT Problems
Treatments for the most common and complex ear, nose and throat problems.
Allergic Rhinitis

Don't let the pollen get you!

Is there something getting between you and your favorite spring season?

Allergic rhinitis is caused by the immune system reacting to an allergen as if it were harmful. This results in cells releasing a number of chemicals that cause the inside layer of your nose (the mucous membrane) to become swollen and excessive levels of mucus to be produced. Common allergens that cause allergic rhinitis include pollen – this type of allergic rhinitis is known as hay fever – as well as mould spores, house dust mites, and flakes of skin or droplets of urine or saliva from certain animals.

Tinnitus

Kill the continuous buzz and stop the ringing in your ear!

No more humming and whooshing in your ear, enjoy the sound of silence.

Tinnitus is the perception of sound (for example ringing, buzzing, whooshing or humming) in the absence of any external sound source. Tinnitus can be constant or intermittent, steady or pulsating. It might be perceived in one ear or both, or in the middle of the head. Some people may even think the noise is coming from an external source and look for its origin until discovering the sound is in fact, generated in them!

Sinusitis

Breathe free from the nasal congestion and facial pressure!

Take the pressure off your nose!

Sinusitis is the infection or inflammation of the linings of the sinuses that causes problems with drainage and leads to the build up of mucus. The sinuses are the cavities of space behind the bones of the nasal bones and eyebrows. They are located in each cheekbone, on your forehead above your eyes, between the eyes and behind the eyes. They are lined with mucous membranes, which act to prevent infection by producing mucus that keeps the nasal passages moist and traps particles of dirt and bacteria.

Balance Disorder

Don't let the balance problem slow you down.

A balance disorder is a condition that makes you feel unsteady or dizzy. If you are standing, sitting, or lying down, you might feel as if you are moving, spinning, or floating. If you are walking, you might suddenly feel as if you are tipping over. Causes of balance problems include medications, ear infection, a head injury, or anything else that affects the inner ear or brain. Low blood pressure can lead to dizziness when you stand up too quickly. Problems that affect the skeletal or visual systems, such as arthritis or eye muscle imbalance, can also cause balance disorders. Your risk of having balance problems increases as you get older. Unfortunately, many balance disorders start suddenly and with no obvious cause.

Nasal Polyp

Get relief from the cold that doesn't go away!

Bid Goodbye to the strange bumps inside your nose!

A polyp is a swelling of the lining of the nose, which is usually due to inflammation of the lining of the nose. Nasal polyps come from the lining of the nose and often originate from the ethmoid sinuses, which drain into the side wall of the nasal cavity. Nasal polyps contain inflammatory fluid and, while they can be associated with allergy and infection, the exact reason why some people get them and not others is not known.

Otomycosis

Get back your crystal clear hearing ability, clear out the fungus from your ear.

Otomycosis is a fungal infection that affects the ears. It mostly affects people who live in warm or tropical areas. It also often affects people who swim frequently, live with diabetes, or have other chronic medical and skin conditions. There are several treatment options for otomycosis, but it can become chronic. Some of the symptoms for otomycosis include, pain, redness of the external ear canal, itchiness, swelling, thick and black, white or yellow discharge from the ear, hearing problems in the affected ear.