ENT is short for Ear, Nose and Throat and ENTs specialize in just that. The official name for their specialty is Otolaryngology / Head & Neck Surgery. Sometimes insurance websites list them as otolaryngology and not ENT, but they are the same thing. ENTs commonly put tubes in childrens’ ears when they have chronic ear infections, treat sinus problems/congestion and evaluate chronic hoarseness (often associated with vocal polyps). Here are 3 things consumers need to know before their visit to an ENT: ENTs very commonly perform an in-office test with a device called a nasopharyngascope. It is a fiber-optic camera1Read Our Blog
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