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Tinnitus:

Ringing in the ears or perception of noise. A common problem, tinnitus affects about 1 in 5 people. Tinnitus a symptom of an underlying condition, such as age-related hearing loss, ear injury or a circulatory system disorder. If you have tinnitus that bothers you, see your doctor.

Schedule an appointment if you experience:

  • If you have tinnitus that bothers you.
  • You develop tinnitus after an upper respiratory infection, such as a cold, and your tinnitus doesn’t improve within few weeks.
  • You have tinnitus that occurred suddenly or without an apparent cause.
  • You have hearing loss or dizziness with the tinnitus.

Ear Wax:

Ear wax called cerumen protects the ear canal from dust, foreign particles, microorganisms and ear canal skin from irritation due to water. When your glands make more earwax than is necessary, it may get hard and block the ear. When you clean your ears, you can accidentally push the wax deeper, causing a blockage. Wax buildup is a common reason for temporary hearing loss. You should take great caution when trying to treat earwax buildup at home.

If the problems persists, call for an appointment. Treatment is generally quick and painless, and hearing can be fully restored.


Nasal Obstruction:

Nasal obstruction encompasses anything which hinders the airflow in and out of the nose affecting one or both nasal passages. Nasal obstruction is usually caused by either swelling of the nasal tissue or an anatomical blockage which results in a narrowing of the nasal cavity and the feeling of the passages being congested. Nasal obstruction can be caused by allergies, deviated nasal septum, enlarged turbinates, nasal polyps, enlarged adenoids, and tumors to name the few conditions.

Please call to discuss all treatments for nasal obstruction, which includes at-home treatments, in-office treatments and surgical treatments.

Schedule an appointment if you experience:

  • Fever
  • Nasal Discharge
  • Congestion
  • Facial Pain that lasts longer than ten days or keeps coming back.

Sinus Infection:

Sinus infections occur when your nasal cavities become infected. Other conditions such as allergies, nasal polyps, and deviated septum can also contribute to sinus symptoms. Because of the nasal congestion, you probably won’t be able to smell or taste as well as normal. Your voice may sound ‘stuffy’. Sinus infection may cause nasal discharge. This discharge comes from your infected sinuses and drains into your nasal passages. Discharge from your sinuses can also drain down the back of your throat, this can lead to a persistent and annoying cough. Inflammation and swelling cause your sinuses to ache with a dull pressure.

Schedule an appointment if you experience:

  • Nasal Discharge
  • Congestion
  • Facial Pain that lasts longer than ten days or keeps coming back

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