What is ENT surgery?
ENT, or otolaryngology, is a speciality concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of disorders and diseases of the head and neck regions. This specifically includes illness or injury of the ear, nose, and throat.
What are the common reasons for seeing an ENT surgeon at our clinic?
- General ear, nose, and throat conditions, including voice, sinusitis, hearing, and airway difficulties
- Benign lumps/cysts/masses in head and neck
- Head and neck cancers
- Thyroid/parathyroid disorders
- Cosmetic head and neck scar revisions and mini-face lifts
What are some early warning signs for head and neck cancers?
- A lump in the neck
- Chang in the voice
- Growth in the mouth
- Swallowing difficulties
- Changes in the skin
- Persistent earache
Is there a cost associated with any of the procedures performed at the clinic?
While there are medically necessary interventions covered by OHIP, most elective cosmetic procedures are not. Our team will be able to assist you in providing information about which procedures will be associated with a private fee, as well as discuss financing options.
I want to see an ENT surgeon. How can I make an appointment?
If you are interested in a cosmetic procedure with our ENT surgeon, contact us today for more information to arrange a private consultation. If you have general concerns regarding your head and neck health, your family doctor or nurse practitioner will need to send a referral to our clinic, and we will see you in a fast and efficient manner. If you do not have a family doctor, please click here (link out to contact us page) to inquire about booking an appointment with one of our general practitioners who would be happy to see you. Our family doctors can help determine if you need an assessment by the surgeon.
How can I learn more?
To learn more about ENT surgery, and what a surgeon can offer you, you can visit entcanada.org/learning/