Is a Sinus Infection Causing Your Toothache?
September 22nd, 2023
Your sinuses are air-filled spaces behind the forehead, cheeks, eyes and nasal bones. The largest pair of sinuses are located above the back teeth in the upper jaw. Because the roots of the upper back teeth are located so close to the sinus cavity, inflammation from a sinus infection can result in tooth pain. A...Read More
Move It! How Exercise Keeps Your Hearing in Shape
July 12th, 2023
Need some extra motivation to stick with your exercise routine? Research shows regular activity can help your auditory system stay strong, delaying age-related hearing loss. The best part? You don’t have to be a gym rat to reap the benefits. Even moderate-intensity activities can help preserve your hearing health by increasing blood flow to the...Read More
Why Does My Child Have Chronic Ear Infections?
January 13th, 2023
Painful ear infections are very common in young children. Most ear infections either resolve on their own or are effectively treated by antibiotics. But sometimes, ear infections or fluid in the middle ear may become a chronic problem leading to other issues, such as hearing loss, poor school performance or behavior and speech problems. ...Read More
Ways to Relieve Sinus Pressure
October 27th, 2022
The sinuses are mucus-lined pockets located behind the forehead, nose and cheeks. They are connected to your nasal passages and produce mucus that humidifies the air you breathe and traps bacteria and other foreign particles. Sometimes, the sinuses can experience inflammation, causing mucus to pool and a feeling of pressure to occur. This symptom of...Read More
When Your Child Needs an ENT
July 19th, 2022
Getting sick is pretty normal for kids as their immune system develops, and your pediatrician can manage and treat most minor ear, nose and throat issues. But if your child’s health problem won’t go away, worsens, or starts to impact their daily life, they need the next-level care that an Ear, Nose and Throat specialist...Read More
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