Why choose a Pediatric ENT Doctor?

Parents trust ENT and Allergy Specialists because we understand that children are not simply small adults. They have unique physical and emotional needs.  As pediatric ENT doctors we are experts in providing relief of symptoms, and in helping pediatric patients to feel safe and comfortable.

Pediatric Ear, Nose and Throat Conditions that We Treat

Treatment First - Surgery Last. Most pediatric ENT problems can be remedied with medicines or allergy treatments and do not require surgery.  We are experts in both non-surgical and surgical pediatric ENT treatments. When a problem does require surgery, we have the experience to address your child’s condition, while ensuring comfort and safety. Conditions that we treat:


Specialized Pediatric Ear, Nose and Throat Care

Our Board Certified physicians have received specialized training in the unique care of pediatric ear, nose, throat, allergy and asthma conditions.  Since 1999, we have focused on caring for pediatric patients as part of our core mission.

Specialized Pediatric Ear, Nose and Throat Testing

We’re here to help, now. When your child is suffering, the family feels it too.  That’s why we offer care that is complete, compassionate and fast. Unlike pediatric specialty hospitals that can take months to access, ENT and Allergy Specialists offers same day appointments, and the availability of on-call physicians, 24 hours a day.


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