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How Does Balloon Sinuplasty Work?

The sinuses are interconnected cavities in the skull that are normally filled with air. Their walls are lined with mucus-secreting membranes. Hairs in those membranes sweep out the mucus so it can drain out of your nose. But when those membranes become inflamed or infected, they block the nasal passages, keeping the fluid from draining….

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  • Posted on: Nov 15 2021
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That Ringing in Your Ears — Tinnitus

If you’ve ever been to a loud rock concert or a Dallas dance club, you probably have noticed a ringing in your ears for a few hours afterwards. In most cases, this is a temporary form of tinnitus, which is colloquially known as “ringing in your ears.”  Tinnitus is one of the conditions our board-certified…

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Get “Inspire-d” To Have Better Sleep

Over 18 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea. Many don’t ever have it checked out, thinking it’s just snoring. But sleep apnea is far more dangerous to your health than simple snoring.  Those who do get treatment for sleep apnea often end up with continuous positive air pressure (CPAP) therapy. While these treatments are usually…

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Maybe You Only Need an Oral Appliance

Sleep apnea is a serious condition that many people don’t take seriously. They think they simply snore at night, as everyone does at times. But sleep apnea is much more than snoring. Snoring is caused by some impingement of the airway by sagging skin, congestion, and other issues. The vibration of the tissue creates the…

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Effective methods of dealing with seasonal allergies

Are you dreading allergy season? Do you struggle with the symptoms of allergies every spring and fall, or are you dealing with the problems year-round? At The ENT and Allergy Centers of Texas, we understand how frustrating seasonal allergies can be, and we can assist! While many patients visit our practice for prescription-strength allergy meds,…

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What can an ENT doctor help with?

The human body is complex and can be impacted by thousands of conditions. Because of the complexity, there are medical professionals who are specialized in specific areas. An ENT specialist is a provider who can help with issues that develop in the ears, nose, or throat. These professionals are highly trained and experienced in helping…

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How to prepare for endoscopic sinus surgeries

When patients are dealing with severe and chronic inflammation of their sinuses, they may deal with routine infections and regular discomfort. This may include facial pain, migraines, post-nasal drip, ear pain, and overall head congestion. When these problems occur regularly and impact one’s daily activities and quality of life, it may be time for these…

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What is the purpose of adenoid removal?

At The ENT and Allergy Centers of Texas, our professionals work routinely with patients who have conditions that affect the ears, nose, and throat. These specialists also provide a wide range of solutions for individuals who suffer from allergies, poor breathing abilities, or chronic ear infections. For many, this may include adenoid removal. What are…

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What causes hearing loss?

Hearing can be impacted by many different factors. Some patients are born with hearing loss, while others may develop it with time. But what exactly causes hearing loss? The team at The ENT and Allergy Centers of Texas are here to help patients learn about the ways in which hearing loss can occur, and steps…

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