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How to Care for Your Child’s Most Common Nose Conditions

Pediatric ear, nose, and throat disorders are one of the top reasons children visit a physician, according to the American Academy of Otolaryngology. In Birmingham, AL, common nasal conditions in children include frequent nosebleeds or a deviated septum that may require prompt diagnosis and treatment. As parents or caregivers, it is necessary to be educated  Continue Reading »

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Can Deviated Septums Cause Nosebleeds in Kids? These Top ENT Surgeons Explain

Deviated septum and epistaxis (nosebleeds) are two common nasal conditions that children may encounter at some point in their lives. When your child’s septum is deviated, nasal passages can be drier, which can cause more frequent nosebleeds.  Although rare, nosebleeds can become chronic or have an underlying cause. For these conditions, it is important to  Continue Reading »

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7 Ways To Avoid Swimmer’s Ear This Summer

While the COVID-19 pandemic is unpredictable, we are confident that our practice will be able to provide the same level of care and service that our patients are accustomed to. We have been monitoring the situation closely and have been establishing additional sanitation procedures as needed to ensure the safety of our staff and patients.   Continue Reading »

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Expert Pediatric ENT Doctors Discuss the History of Cochlear Implants

Often referred to as a “more powerful hearing aid” or “bionic ear,” cochlear implants have given those with severe hearing loss the gift of a renewed sense of sound. While not everybody is a candidate for the procedure, it has certainly provided a breakthrough in medicine, especially for those who have benefitted from gaining their  Continue Reading »

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What To Do About Chronic Ear Infections in Children

According to the NIH, five out of every six kids have at least one ear infection by their fifth birthday. Ear infections are so common in children and babies that they account for more visits to the pediatrician than any other single ailment. Doctors refer to ear infections as “otitis media,” which means an infection  Continue Reading »

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What Is Epistaxis?

Did you know there’s a medical term for a nosebleed? It’s called epistaxis and can occur spontaneously in the front part of the nose close to the nostrils –the part closest to the location of blood vessels which can be damaged easily. And yes, nosebleeds can be common in children and can typically be handled  Continue Reading »

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Signs And Symptoms That Your Child Has Chronic Sinusitis

If your child’s sinuses are healthy, they are normally filled with air. But allergies or a bad cold can cause them to become full of mucus which can allow bacteria to grow, resulting in a sinus infection. Sinus infections, however, shouldn’t happen often. If your child seems to be frequently suffering from painful swelling of  Continue Reading »

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All About Sleep Apnea in Children

Sleep apnea is often thought of as an adult’s condition, but it is something that children can have as well. In the case of children, the cause of sleep apnea is often due to enlarged adenoids or tonsils blocking the airway during sleep. The condition tends to occur most often in overweight children, but anyone  Continue Reading »

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When Is It Time For Ear Tubes For Your Child

Most kids will only experience a few ear infections, if any, in a year. Some children, however, will have chronic ear infections and even have difficulty in hearing or talking normally. Pediatricians may recommend ear tube surgery as a solution to your children’s condition. Here’s what to know about the ear tubes, when to know  Continue Reading »

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How to Treat a Child’s Deviated Septum

Is your child’s breathing noisy and raspy? Do they have a persistent runny nose? Do they snore when they are asleep or breathe with their mouth open? If the answer to all of these questions is “yes,” your child could be suffering from a deviated septum.  The septum is the thin piece of cartilage that  Continue Reading »

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