Broward Nose Doctor

November 7, 2019

Everything You Need To Know About Balance Problems

Do you ever notice yourself feeling dizzy, lightheaded, or feel as though the room is spinning around you? If the response is yes, you might have
October 22, 2019

Eustachian Tube Dysfunction Is More Common Than Previously Believed

Are your eustachian tubes functioning correctly? According to new research, the answer may be no, and that could pose a risk to your entire ear, nose
October 8, 2019

What You Need To Know About Broken Noses

A broken nose is a crack or break of the nasal bones. In the majority of broken nose cases, there is also damage to nearby nasal
August 6, 2019

What You Should Know About Choking On Saliva

Salvia is that clear liquid produced by the salivary glands. Saliva aids in digestion while washing bacteria and food from the back of the mouth. The
June 20, 2019
grass pollen and your nose

Grass Pollen Allergies? Hope is On the Horizon.

The first results are in, and allergy-sufferers couldn’t be more excited. There could be hope to reduce the sniffling, sneezing, itchy eyes and ears and headaches
May 21, 2019
Persistent sore throat could be cancer

A Persistent Sore Throat May Indicate Cancer Of The Larynx

Laryngeal cancer is throat cancer that affects your larynx. The larynx is the voice box that contains the cartilage and muscles that make speaking possible. This
April 24, 2019
adenoids 101

What You Need to Know About Adenoids

The tonsils may get all the headlines when it comes to structures of the throat, but adenoids shouldn’t be forgotten. They play a similar role as
April 9, 2019
strep throat

Why Does Strep Throat Keep Coming Back For Certain Children?

Strep throat is a common contagious disease that affects many children each year. The disease is the product of the bacteria known as Streptococcus. This bacteria
February 20, 2019
Can the flu permanently damage your sense of smell

Can the Flu Permanently Damage Your Sense of Smell?

Flu season is here and with it, the fever, aches, and pains it’s known for! That’s not all this nasty little bug can cause, though. When
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