Saratoga Hospital Medical Group – Ear, Nose & Throat provides advanced diagnostic and medical treatment for patients of all ages.
Our otolaryngologists, or ENTs, specialize in diagnosing and treating diseases and injuries that affect the ear, nose, and throat. The practice also includes an audiologist. Together, our ENT team treats adult and pediatric patients for a variety of illnesses and disorders, including chronic ear infections, hearing loss, Meniere’s disease, ringing inside the ears (tinnitus), snoring, sinusitis, smell and taste disorders, throat infections, tonsillitis, swollen adenoids, and more. We regularly perform complex ear and sinus surgeries, tonsillectomies, thyroid and other throat surgeries, and head and neck and salivary gland surgeries.
Our audiologist offers early intervention services to identify and address childhood articulation issues and pediatric hearing loss. He also treats ear pain and is skilled in removing wax and foreign objects that can become lodged in the ear.
Saratoga Hospital Medical Group – Ear, Nose & Throat offers our patients an outstanding team of board-certified physicians, employing the most up-to-date equipment and advanced diagnostic techniques to expertly diagnose and provide surgical and non-surgical options specific to the patient’s unique needs, with a focus on long-term good health.
Among other services and conditions, our practice provides a significant level of expertise in areas such as microsurgery of the ear, minimally invasive image-guided surgeries, obstructive sleep apnea, pediatric conditions, and head and neck cancers.
Our team is committed to providing personalized, compassionate care, working closely with a patient’s primary care provider, speech-language pathologists, physical therapists, oncologists and other specialists as needed.
“Our growing practice is dedicated to offering the highest level of care. With continued investments in additional highly trained physicians, exceptional nursing support, instrumentation and state-of-the-art equipment, our patients can feel confident they are receiving the highest quality care.”
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Our providers regularly perform routine examinations and treatment for a variety of diseases and conditions such as ear infections, sore throats, and sinus issues, as well as provide expert surgical consultations.
Our accomplished surgeons routinely perform tonsillectomies and thyroid surgeries. For patients who have enlarged adenoids, we can remove your adenoids and tonsils at the same time.
Hearing loss can occur through disease, injury, and genetic predispositions such as chronic ear infections, perforated eardrums, or age. In some cases, hearing loss is not reversible, but our team will expertly diagnose and treat your symptoms and condition with options that include, among others, medicinal treatments such as corticosteriods, or minimally invasive surgery.
Laser and microsurgery of the ear can repair a host of problems in the tiniest structures. Our expert surgeons perform myringotomies (ear tube surgery), repair perforated eardrums, remove tumors, and, depending on the type of condition, can restore hearing loss.
In addition to traditional hearing tests, our services include diagnostic screening for patients of all ages with hearing complaints, such as ringing in the ears (tinnitus), hearing loss, ear infections, and more. Available tests include a comprehensive audiometry (hearing evaluation), acoustic reflex testing, auditory brain response testing (ABR), Eustachian tube-function test, speech testing, and tympanometry (middle-ear function testing), among others.
While most sinus treatments consist of medications and standard care, some may require surgery to relieve obstruction of the airway. Our expert team provides image-guided endoscopic sinus surgery, adenoidectomies, and balloon sinuplasty, a minimally invasive procedure treating blocked or inflamed sinuses, among others. Endoscopic navigation is also minimally invasive procedure. It utilizes a thin, flexible tube and camera to allow the surgeon to see and operate, resulting in shorter recovery times for the patient.