At ENT, Sinus & Hearing Care Center, your ear health is our priority.

With many years of experience and expertise in treating ear disorders, we’re able to deliver comprehensive diagnostic, treatment, and management services to help adults and children overcome a range of ear problems.

Some ear conditions can cause pain, dizziness, nausea, and even a loss of hearing in severe cases. If you or a loved one is experiencing symptoms such as these, it’s important to seek treatment right away, so the problem can be identified and addressed. Early intervention can make a critical difference.

Learn more about some of the ear problems we address — including symptoms, treatment, and management information — by clicking the specific tiles farther below.

Foreign Bodies in The Ear

Foreign objects in the ear can occur with anyone, but are especially common among children, who are curious and may sometimes explore their world in ways that can risk injury...

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Earwax Management

Earwax, that yellowish-brown substance produced by the glands of the external ear, may conjure the ick factor for many people, but it actually serves a pretty important purpose...

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Perforated Ear Drum Surgery (Tympanoplasty)

At ENT, Sinus & Hearing Care Center, we are experienced at diagnosing and treating ear problems such as perforated eardrums. Learn more about the condition, including...

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Middle Ear Infection (Otitis Media)

Ear infections impact people of all ages, but are especially common in children. They involve the middle ear, that section behind the eardrum where the smallest bones...

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Middle Ear Cyst (Cholesteatoma)

Cholesteatoma, a noncancerous disease of the middle ear, can affect children and adults. ENT, Sinus & Hearing Care Center has many years of experience treating this condition...

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Ear Bone Infection (Mastoiditis)

Mastoiditis is an inflammation or infection of the mastoid bone, which is a portion of the temporal bone. Typically a complication of acute otitis media (middle ear infection)...

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Ear Tubes (Myringotomy Tubes)

An ear infection can lead to fluid buildup in the middle ear, and too much buildup can affect your hearing. Ear tubes (myringotomy tubes) help the fluid drain and reduce the possibility of future ear infections...

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Swimmer’s Ear (Otitis Externa)

Ears and moisture don’t always go well together. A case of swimmer’s ear could lead to temporary hearing loss or other problems, making it important to identify and treat...

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The sensation of a ringing, buzzing, humming or other noise in your ear or head may be tinnitus, which can indicate an underlying problem, such as hearing loss...

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Spinning Sensation (Vertigo)

Vertigo, a balance disorder, can affect people of nearly every age. Learn more about the condition and how ENT, Sinus & Hearing Care Center can help...

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Cochlear Implants

For those with severe or profound hearing loss that can’t be corrected with traditional hearing aids, cochlear implants might be a viable solution...

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Custom Hearing Protection

Hearing loss happens for many reasons, one of the most common being exposure to loud noise (noise-induced hearing loss, or NIHL). Repeated exposure to sound levels above 85 decibels...

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Ear Plastic Surgery (Otoplasty)

Plastic surgery on your ears, also known as otoplasty, can be used to create a more satisfying look for those who are unsatisfied with the appearance of their ears...

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