From sore throats and earaches to sinusitis or hearing loss, Northwest Mississippi Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery is equipped to handle all your otolaryngology needs. To help you understand your options, we've included descriptions of some of our leading services on this page.
- We offer in-office removal of facial and scalp lesions, oral lesions, and small neck lesions using our Bovi Electrosurgical unit.
- For patients presenting with nasal obstruction, we offer in-office turbinate reduction using radio frequency ablation with somnus technology.
- We offer flexible laryngoscopy and nasal endoscopy with a high definition camera and a 15 inch video monitor to educate patients on their disease state.
Conditions that impair ear function can be as minor as wax buildup or as serious as congenital deafness. This section contains valuable information about how to protect your hearing, how to recognize indications of hearing disorders, and what ENT-head and neck physicians can do to evaluate and treat these problems.
Maladies of the throat can be a mere nuisance or a major ordeal. Tonsillitis, voice disorders, and even hoarseness all interfere with our ability to communicate. Many of these conditions can be improved or corrected with the care of an ENT physician or head and neck surgeon.
Nose and Mouth
Congestion, allergic rhinitis, a deviated septum, and mouth sores are just a few of the varied health problems that occur in this region of the body. Information about ways you can relieve symptoms at home and when you should see a physician can be found in this section.
Head and Neck Surgery
Many surgical advances are being made in this area. Procedures such as tonsillectomy and facial plastic surgery are becoming less invasive, and new procedures are being developed to treat serious problems such as cleft palate, sleep apnea, and deafness.
Early detection is critical to preventing fatal outcomes. Cancers of the head and neck such as laryngeal cancer can be particularly aggressive. Signs of cancer of the head and neck include changes in the skin, pain, prolonged hoarseness, and sudden loss of voice. If you suffer from any of these symptoms you should see an ENT or head and neck physician immediately.
Children face many of the same health problems that adults do, however, symptoms may show themselves differently and treatment methods that work well in adults may not be appropriate for children. This section identifies common pediatric ENT, head, and neck ailments and what you should ask your child’s doctor about diagnosis and treatment.