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Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT)

Problems with the ear, nose and throat are one of the most common reasons for visiting the doctor. Many ENT health conditions are mild, but many can impact your quality of life, your overall health, and even your survival. From sleep apnea to hearing problems to traumatic facial injuries, an ENT doctor, or otolaryngologist, can provide specialist care to reduce symptoms and treat disease.

If you’re experiencing symptoms involving your ear, nose and throat, your first step will likely be a visit with your primary care physician. Your primary doctor can treat common conditions such as acute ear infections, sore throats, coughs, dizziness and tinnitus. If your condition is serious or complex, your primary doctor will refer you to an ENT.

If your condition is chronic or more serious, schedule an appointment directly with our ENT specialists. Problems such as sudden hearing loss, chronic infections, unexplained lumps or growths, and sleep apnea will be best treated by a specialist. Our team can also treat tumors of the head and neck, loss of hearing or balance, allergies, endocrine problems and esophageal disorders.

Referral required. To make an appointment, call 701.780.6301 or 800.437.5373 ext. 6301.

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