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Are Your Kids Coming Home with Colds?

The winter season is nearly over, and even though Houston doesn’t experience the frigid temperatures of other parts of the country, people still suffer from cold and flu symptoms that make their way around offices and schools. One common source of the common cold is catching it from your child when they bring it home from school. Kids share a lot of things at school, and aren’t always the best at washing their hands, and germs can easily be swapped between classmates. If you’re suffering from symptoms of sinusitis or rhinitis, make an appointment with our ENT clinic in Kingwood today.… Read More

Treating Nasal Polyps

At Houston ENT & Allergy in Memorial City, we’re dedicated to providing each patient with the very best treatment, no matter their ailment. If you’re having trouble breathing, your nasal passages are tender, or your sense of smell is distorted, you could be suffering from nasal polyps. Polyps are a very common ENT issue, and there are some patients who have them without even knowing it. If you have a chronic runny nose or experience pain when you try to breathe through your nose, it’s important to seek medical treatment right away.… Read More

Your Adult Tonsillectomy

If you’re constantly battling chronic sore throats, strep throat, or tonsillitis, it could be a good idea to have your tonsils removed. Many people have their tonsils removed when they are a child, but if you’re someone who’s still hanging on to those tissues, they could be causing more issues than you have the time or energy with which to spend. At our Southwest Houston ENT clinic, we can provide treatment and surgery to remove your tonsils, and do away with the issues that are keeping you home from work, from maintaining a steady social life, or from enjoying life to its fullest.… Read More

Does Your Nose Whistle When You Breathe?

  When you have a cold or runny nose, you may notice that your nose “whistles” when you breathe through it. This can be because of mucus or other buildup that’s obstructing your nasal passages, but if you notice the whistling sound when you’re not fighting a cold, it could be due to a hole in the septum. This hole, known as a septal perforation, can be in just the right place and be exactly the right size to cause the whistling sound when air passes through it. The septum (the wall that separates the left and right nasal cavities) should be straight and without holes, but that’s not always the case. Those with a deviated septum (where the septum is displaced to one side) may also experience whistling when they breathe through their nose. At our ENT clinic in Sugar Land, we can properly diagnose and treat your septal perforation or deviated septum, and eliminate the whistling.… Read More

Schedule Your ENT Treatment Appointment This Winter

This time of year is often extremely busy, filled with school activities, office parties, and family celebrations. Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, your attention turns to December and all that the final month of the year holds. If you’re sensing the first signs of the sniffles, or you’ve been battling sinus problems for a few weeks, it’s important to schedule an appointment with an ENT specialist before the hubbub of the holiday season truly begins. If you’re a someone who wants to enjoy his or her winter break from work or school, making a visit to your ENT doctor can mean the difference between a merry holiday and a miserable one.… Read More

Avoid Allergies This Halloween

October is now here, and that means every boy and girl will be thinking about what they want to dress up as for Halloween. Mom and dad may also be planning on dressing up, and getting the entire family involved can make the holiday that much more fun. However, if you're allergic to certain foods, materials, or odors, Halloween might not be your favorite holiday. At Houston ENT & Allergy in Pearland, we can make sure you have a fun and safe time, no matter if you're trick or treating or attending a neighborhood party.… Read More

Enlarged Adenoids and Sleep Apnea

In our last blog, we wrote about the struggles of living with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), and what factors can lead to OSA. As a trusted ENT clinic in Katy, we want to help patients understand exactly what's causing their OSA, and what they can do to overcome it. One possible cause of sleep apnea is enlarged adenoids, and if that's the case, it's important to treat them as soon as possible. At Houston ENT & Allergy, we can provide precise diagnosis and treatment options for any adenoid problem.… Read More

Living with Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) affects hundreds of thousands of Americans, and if you're someone who's living with OSA (or you live with someone who has OSA) you know how difficult each night can be. If you're constantly waking up because of a lack of breath, or you're being woken by a spouse or partner who is snoring or rasping loudly throughout the night, it's important to seek treatment right away. At Houston ENT & Allergy in Town & Country, we can provide relief for your sleep apnea, and also help you learn how to live with OSA on a daily basis.… Read More

Subcutaneous and Sublingual Immunotherapy

If you're an allergy sufferer, you have to be constantly vigilant about taking any prescribed medications or visiting your ENT specialists for regular allergy injections. Depending on the severity of your allergies, you may have to visit an ENT doctor once a week, but with new breakthroughs in allergy treatment, that frequency can hopefully be reduced. At our Southeast Houston clinic, we offer effective treatment for a number of allergies. In this blog, we're going to discuss the difference between subcutaneous and sublingual immunotherapy.… Read More

Is Your Hay Fever Acting Up?

It's nearing the end of September, and the arrival of fall often means an increase in allergy symptoms for those who suffer from "hay fever." We've spoken about it before, but seasonal allergic rhinitis (hay fever) is something that shouldn't be left alone for too long. If you don't suffer from it, it most likely doesn't concern you that much, but you most likely know someone who does battle it every fall. With the increased amount of ragweed pollen and other allergens in the Texas air this time of year, symptoms can flare up and people can have a hard time getting through each day without coughing, sneezing, and constantly wiping their eyes.… Read More

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