Ear Nose and Throat

The Truth About Tonsils

For many students returning to school… reading, writing and arithmetic won’t be the only things waiting for them when they get there. Kids share practically everything, including germs. And it’s not uncommon for them to come home with ear aches, sore throats, fevers and headaches. In addition to colds and flu, tonsillitis is very common in children. Recurrent tonsillitis sometimes dictates the need for a tonsillectomy.

The specialists at  Lake Ear, Nose, Throat And Facial Plastic Surgery explain what children and their parents can expect during an exam to diagnose and treat tonsillitis.

Sore Throat Search

What starts out as a sore throat can often end up becoming something much more serious, especially if it lasts longer than a week and is accompanied by a fever or difficulty swallowing.

The specialists at Lake Ear, Nose, Throat And Facial Plastic Surgery help their patients feel better by hunting for the cause of a sore throat and its additional symptoms.