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More about Speciality

The abbreviation ENT stands for Ear, Nose, and Throat. ENT specialists are healthcare providers that have been trained to treat issues related to the ear, nose, throat, head, and neck. They are professionally called Otolaryngologists, and they also treat cases of allergies and sinuses, ear tubes, larynx, adenoids, and tonsils, hearing and balance, swallowing and speech, breathing and sleep issues, cancers of the head, neck, and throat as well as reconstructive and cosmetic surgery on the head and neck. ENT specialists have been trained to be surgeons because some ENT cases may require extremely delicate operations. 

Overview of the Anatomy and Function of ENT

The ears are one of the five sense organs in the body. Its major functionality is for hearing, but it can also function to provide a sense of balance. The nose is another sense organ that is used for smelling. The nose is also known to prevent the entry of germs into the body, humidify the air we breathe, and partially a sense of taste. The throat is not a sense organ, but it is important because it serves as a route for the passage of air, food, and water. While air is taken to the lungs, water and food are carried to the digestive tract.

When to see an ENT specialist

A problem in the ear, nose, or throat can affect a person and drastically change the quality of life. Hence, it is recommended that you visit an ENT specialist if you notice any but not limited to the following:
  • hearing loss,
  • ear infection
  • chronic throat, ear, or sinus problems,
  • lump in the neck,
  • ringing in the ears,
  • injury in any part of the ear, nose, or throat,
  • pain in the ears, nose, or throat,
  • breathing problems,
  • cleft palate,
  • nose bleeds,
  • drooling of the eyelids,
  • tumor growth in the ears, nose, or throat,
  • sore throat,
  • nasal congestion.
Some common disorders of the ear, nose, and throat are tonsillitis, ear infections, sinus infection, sleep apnea, swimmer's ear.    

Top Doctors For ENT Speciality

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Dr. Rashmi Kiran Fernandes Dr. Rashmi Kiran Fernandes is a Specialist Otolaryngologist at the RAK Hospital UAE. Dr. Rashmi Kir... Read More

Prof. Dr. Nahel Sorour Prof. Dr. Nahel Sorour is a Consultant in ENT (Head & Neck Surgery) at the Burjeel Hospital, Ab... Read More

Dr. Haitham Abdul Hafez Moued Dr. Haitham Abdul Hafez Moued is a Board certified Ophthalmologist with several years of experience ... Read More

Dr. Padmanabhan Dr.Padmanabhan completed his post graduate training in Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) from Government Med... Read More

PROF. MICHAEL TIMMS Prof. Timms has been an ENT consultant & director of Cochlear Implant Programme, King Faisal Sp... Read More

Top Hospitals For ENT Speciality

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VPS Lakeshore Hospital, India VPS Lakeshore, one of the largest, most comprehensive, independent multi-specialty hospitals in Kera... Read More

Burjeel Day Surgery Center, Al Reem Island, Abu Dhabi Burjeel Day Surgery Center, Al Reem Island, Abu Dhabi, is the largest day surgery center in the Midd... Read More

Lifeline Hospital, Abu Dhabi Lifeline Hospital was born out of a desire to provide cost-effective yet specialized and superior qu... Read More

Medeor Hospital, Abu Dhabi Medeor Hospital, Abu Dhabi offers a new concept in healthcare – a multi-specialty family hospital ... Read More

Medeor Hospital, Dubai Medeor Hospital, Dubai is a multi specialty hospital with all major medical specialties and with spe... Read More

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