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Sanford Ear, Nose & Throat
EarsSanford's ear, nose and throat specialists are interested in problems of the ears, such as hearing loss, dizziness, ringing (tinnitus) and earaches. Working with the audiology staff, hearing tests and balance function testing are important parts of the comprehensive ear evaluation.
Evaluation and treatment of problems of the throat and larynx are also an important part of our ear, nose and throat specialists' practice. They are able to evaluate voice disorders, swallowing disorders, snoring and sleep apnea—the temporary stopping of breathing.
Recent advances in laser technology and laser surgery have made surgical treatment of these problems quite treatable with little pain and excellent results. In conjunction with the Sleep Center and pulmonology department, simple testing can be conducted to evaluate snoring problems so the laser surgery can be performed with maximum success.top
Sinus infectionsSinus infections related to allergies, or chronic problems such as growths, can be very uncomfortable and troublesome. By using a tiny microscope mounted on a thin piece of tubing, called an endoscope, the doctors can show the patients the cause of the irritation and successfully remove much of the discomfort and growth.
Cancer of the neck and mouth are first identified by the patient as a lump or inflammation. Accurate diagnosis and removal of these lumps or lesions is important to a patient's health and treatment.