Ear, Nose And Throat Clinic

Ear, Nose And Throat Clinic

Our Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic attends to all ear ,nose and throat illnesses 

Our experienced doctors are there to help diagnose and treat any ear ,nose and throat condition on your child

Ear,Nose And Throat Clinic

Our ear, nose and throat experts can treat your child for the following conditions:

  • Sinus disease and surgery, nasal disorders, allergy and allergy testing
  • Hearing loss, ear infections and ear surgery (ear tubes, eardrum repair, cholesteatoma surgery)
  • Airway obstructions, noisy breathing, surgical repair laryngomalacia (floppy voice box).
  • Balance disorders
  • Head and neck masses
  • Voice and speech disorders
  • Acid-reflux related issues, chronic cough
  • Snoring, restless sleep and sleep apnea disorders (tonsils and adenoid surgery, and other sleep related surgical procedures)
  • Infant feeding issues, tongue tie, lip tie and breast feeding specialty
  • Facial and neck trauma (bites, lacerations, fractures)
  • Drooling and bad breath
  • Tracheostomy
Infection in the middle part of the ear is the commonest cause of earache in children. It is also called otitis media. Three out of four children will develop an ear infection by the time they are 3 years old.
Common symptoms of a sinus infection include facial pain or pressure, nasal congestion, nasal discharge (which may be thick and discolored), loss of smell, cough, fatigue, and fever. If you experience these symptoms for more than 10 days or if they worsen over time, it's advisable to seek medical attention.
Several factors can contribute to a persistent sore throat. Common causes include viral or bacterial infections (such as strep throat), allergies, postnasal drip, acid reflux, smoking, or even vocal strain. It's important to consult with an ENT specialist for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment based on your specific symptoms and medical history.
To help prevent ear infections, especially in children, you can take the following measures:

Encourage good hand hygiene to minimize the spread of germs.
Ensure timely vaccinations, including the pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) and annual influenza vaccine.
Avoid exposing children to secondhand smoke.
Breastfeeding can help boost a child's immune system and reduce the risk of ear infections.
Prevent exposure to allergens whenever possible, as allergies can contribute to ear infections.
Tonsillectomy, the surgical removal of the tonsils, is typically considered in the following situations:

Recurrent episodes of tonsillitis (several episodes per year) despite conservative treatment.
Persistent or recurrent abscess formation around the tonsils.
Enlarged tonsils causing breathing difficulties, sleep apnea, or swallowing problems.
Tonsils that are significantly affecting a person's quality of life or overall health.
It's important to consult with an ENT specialist who can evaluate your specific condition and determine if a tonsillectomy is necessary or beneficial in your case.

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    Monday – Friday 8.00 – 7:00 pm
    Saturday 9.00 – 8.00 pm
    Sunday 10.00 – 9.00 pm