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Washington University pediatric ear, nose and throat doctors, also referred to as pediatric ENTs or pediatric otolaryngologists, are uniquely qualified to treat children from newborn through the teenage years for surgical and complex illnesses or disorders affecting the ear, nose or throat.
Washington University’s ENT doctors provide expert treatment of:
- Aerodigestive tract foreign bodies
- Airway obstruction, neoplasms (masses) in the head and neck
- Cervical cysts
- Complications of otitis media and eustachian tube dysfunction
- Congenital and acquired anomalies of the airway
- Congenital anomalies of the external, middle and inner ear
- Congenital nasal masses and congenital nasal stenosis or atresia
- Deep neck infections
- Head and neck trauma
- Implantable hearing devices (cochlear implants)
- Salivary gland disease
- Sleep apnea
- Temporal bone trauma
- Tracheotomy in neonates and infants
- Vascular lesions of the head and neck
- Vocal cord paralysis
- Voice hoarseness
If your child needs a highly-trained, highly-experienced ENT doctor who provides care that is recognized internationally, turn to a Washington University specialist today.