Ear, Nose, and Throat Center/Otolaryngology
Welcome to the Ear, Nose and Throat Center (also known as the Otolaryngology Department) at Buffalo General Medical Center. An otolaryngologist is a physician who has special expertise in both the medical and surgical treatment of diseases of the ears, nose, nasal passage, sinuses, larynx, mouth and throat, as well as structures of the neck and face.
Chronic ear infections, snoring, hearing loss, allergies, swallowing disorders, nosebleeds or dizziness are some of the more common medical disorders affecting Americans today. They are also among the most common disorders treated by an ear, nose and throat physician (otolaryngologist).
The Ear, Nose, and Throat Center works closely with primary care physicians in providing friendly, personal attention, and quality medical care.
Medical care is provided to adults and children experiencing:
- deviated nasal septum
- dizziness / vertigo
- ear infections
- eustachian tube dysfunction
- hearing loss
- hoarseness / voice disorders
- nasal congestion and sinus problems
- nosebleeds / epistaxis
- sleep apnea
- swallowing dysfunction
- thyroid, parotid and neck masses
- tonsil and adenoid surgeries
- tubes and ear surgeries
- wax removal