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ENT Services

  • Advanced Sinus Surgery

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  • Allergy and Sinus

    Allergy and sinus problems can lead to sinusitis, upper airway infections, persistent allergies, and asthma in children. Asthma is a condition that can be life threatening for your child. There are many other causes of allergy and sinus problems in children. Find out about the symptoms and solutions for allergy and sinus conditions. Causes and […]

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  • Allergy Ear Infection

    An ear infection can occur from allergies, and this will act the same way as an ear illness from a virus or bacteria. Ear infections typically occur in the middle ear, when fluid becomes trapped in the small space behind the ear drum. This fluid buildup leads to pain and other symptoms. Causes and Concerns […]

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  • Biopsy-Minor Surgery

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  • Breathing Problems

    The purpose of the nose is to warm, humidify, and filter the air as it comes into the body. When someone has a breathing problem, the nose is not able to serve its purpose. Breathing problems occur in varying severities and durations. A physical examination and other diagnostic tests are used to assess breathing problems. […]

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  • Chronic Sinusitis

    If you have persistent inflammation or swelling of the tissues that line your sinuses, you could have a condition called chronic sinusitis. Under normal circumstances, your sinuses are full of air, but when they get blocked and filled with fluid, viruses, bacteria, or fungi can accumulate there and lead to a sinus infection. Causes and […]

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  • Cryothearpy

    Cryotherapy Coming Soon! Here at Carlisle Ear Nose & Throat patients with chronic rhinitis, postnasal drip, and nasal allergy symptoms such as a runny nose and congestion are looking for a long-term more permanent treatment. For some patients, the traditional treatment of nasal sprays, nasal drops and pills will work However, those therapies require daily […]

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  • Difficulty Swallowing

    Swallowing is a complex process that is affected by aging and changes over time. Difficulty swallowing may be associated with: Trouble chewing Difficulty moving food and liquids from the mouth into the throat The feeling of food or pills getting stuck in the throat Food/liquids coming back up (regurgitation) Coughing or choking with swallowing Lung […]

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  • Dizziness

    Dizziness is a general term that can be used to describe feeling off balance, unsteady, lightheaded, or spinning. There are many different causes of dizziness. These include heart problems, high or low blood pressure, stroke, metabolic disorders, dehydration, medications, anxiety, brain injury, or infection.   The inner ear is involved with hearing and balance. If […]

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  • Ear Infection

    Ears are made up of the outer ear, the middle ear, and the inner ear. All areas of the ear are susceptible to infections. If you are experiencing unresolved ear pain, you should have an examination to check for an infection and obtain the proper treatment. Outer Ear Infection (Otitis Externa)- Outer ear infections are […]

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  • Earwax Removal

    Cerumen, also known as earwax, is naturally produced by the glands in the ears to lubricate the ear canals and keep dust and debris from getting too far down in the ear canal. Cerumen typically clears itself from the ears, but in some instances can accumulate and cause a blockage, especially if you wear earmolds […]

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  • Hay Fever

    If you or a family member suffers from itchy and watery eyes, as well as a red, congested nose, chances are you have allergic rhinitis. These symptoms only get worse when seasons change. More commonly known as hay fever, allergic rhinitis is easily treated. Causes and Concerns Like other allergic reactions, hay fever results when […]

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  • Hoarseness

    Hoarseness, an abnormal change in your voice, can be the result of a disorder in the vocal cords (sound producing parts) of the larynx (voice box). Your voice may sound strained and raspy when you are hoarse. There may also be changes in pitch and volume of your voice. Causes and Concerns When you breathe, […]

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  • Laryngitis

    Laryngitis is a common medical condition characterized by inflammation and swelling of the larynx (voice box). The majority of cases are caused by common viruses, infections or overuse of your voice. Laryngitis is not considered a serious health concern. Symptoms and Signs Laryngitis may occur at the same time or a couple of days after […]

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  • Loss of Smell

    The loss of smell is called anosmia. For most people, the loss of smell begins to deteriorate after the age of 60, and the majority of elderly people lose their sense of smell almost completely. Mouth and nose specialists report that the ability to smell is at its peak between the ages of 30 and […]

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  • Myringotomy Tubes (Adult)

    Patient’s who have multiple ear infections over several months with hearing loss caused by persistent middle ear fluid, or pain from persistent fluid built up behind the ear drum for 3 months or longer, your ENT doctor may recommend a Myringotomy with tube placement.  This is a procedure done to relieve fluid and pressure in […]

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  • Nose Bleeds

    A nose bleed is called epistaxis, and this is a fairly common condition. If you have ever had a nose bleed, you probably did not even realize that only one nostril was bleeding. The blood comes from the tissue that lines the inside of the nostrils. Nosebleeds are more common in people who live in […]

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  • Pediatric Ear Infection

    An ear infection can be unpleasant for anyone, especially a baby or toddler. Ear infections cause pain, irritability, and loss of appetite. Also, when your child has an ear infection, he or she will grab at the ears. Find out about the symptoms and solutions for pediatric ear infection. Causes and Concerns An ear infection […]

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  • Problem of the Tongue

    There are more common problems of the tongue than you can probably imagine. While most are not serious, a few can require medical attention. More often than not, parents will look at their child’s tongue and panic when they see it is bright red in color. Of course, the parent did not realize that five […]

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  • Rhinitis

    Non-allergic rhinitis is a set of symptoms resembling an allergy but having no known cause. Generally developing in adulthood, symptoms persist all year round. The symptoms include postnasal drip, sneezing, runny nose, and stuffy nose. Approximately 19 million people in the U.S. have non-allergic rhinitis as compared to 58 million who suffer from allergic rhinitis. […]

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  • Sinus CT Scan

    To provide even better care for the patients we have added a CS 9600 CT scanner. It dramaticallyenhances our diagnostic capabilities by providing 3D images at a high quality and lower radiation dose, then any of the surrounding facilities. With both sitting and standing options for imaging, the CS 9600 comfortably accommodates patients of all […]

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  • Sinusitis

    Every year thousands of people flock to drug stores and department store pharmacies, to stand in front of numerous products trying to figure out what sinus medication they should buy. Many people often mistake a sinus problem with a cold or symptoms of allergies. Because these conditions often mimic each other, it is best to […]

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  • Snoring

    Snoring occurs when there is an obstruction to the air flow through the back of the mouth and nose which causes the tissue in the back of the throat to vibrate creating a snoring sound. Some causes of snoring include: Enlarged or infected tonsils or adenoids Nasal obstruction due to a deviated septum Obesity Alcohol and […]

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  • Sore Throat

    Sore throats happen to everyone on occasion and are usually due to viruses or bacteria. They typically resolve within 5 to 10 days. If you have a sore throat that persists longer than that, schedule an appointment with your physician. Contact your doctor if you have a sore throat that lasts longer than 5-10 days […]

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  • Swimmer’s Ear

    Swimmer’s ear (otitis externa) is a condition that causes pain in the outer ear and ear canal. The ear canal protects the ear from foreign objects entering in the middle part of the ear, such as bugs, water, and small toys children shove in there. The ear canal is also responsible for protecting the ear […]

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  • Swollen Glands

    Do you have a sore throat, headache, and fatigue? It is possible that you could have swollen lymph nodes, also called “swollen glands.” Typically, if your glands are swollen, it is an indication that your body is fighting an infection or some other type of illness. Purpose of Lymph Nodes Helping your body battle infections […]

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  • Tinnitus

    Tinnitus or ringing in the ears varies greatly in quality and frequency. It can be intermittent or continuous, heard in one or both ears, and sound like a low roar, a high squeal, buzzing, or many other sounds. Persistent tinnitus lasts more than six months and is commonly associated with the hearing system. Primary tinnitus […]

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  • Vertigo

    Vertigo is an unpleasant feeling that is twofold. With vertigo, it feels as if the room is spinning, or it can feel as if you are moving. Vertigo is not the same as dizziness. When you are dizzy, it feels more like you are light headed and may pass out. Dizziness is a common feeling […]

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