Snoring & Sleep Disorders in Pasadena, MD

Snoring & Sleep Disorders in Pasadena, MD Treatment for snoring and sleep disorders usually depends on the severity of the condition and whether patients are experiencing apnea or simple snoring. Did you know that between 1/3 and 1/2 of all adult Americans snore or have snored at some point? However, snoring – even chronically – […]


Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (FESS) is a surgical approach to treating chronic sinusitis. FESS has been an effective way to treat sinusitis for several decades and also improves the ability to manage sinusitis in the long term.  FESS is performed with the use of an endoscope, which is a tube with a camera and light […]

Balloon Sinuplasty

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Balloon Sinuplasty is a minimally invasive surgical procedure used to treat chronic sinusitis. This procedure is performed by inserting a small sinus balloon catheter into the sinus passages and then slowly inflating the balloon to widen these passages. Balloon Sinusplasty is a groundbreaking procedure offering a minimally invasive solution for those struggling with chronic sinusitis. […]

Nasal Obstruction & Rhinitis

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Nasal obstructions can be caused by a variety of factors and can result in rhinitis, or nasal inflammation. One common cause of nasal obstruction and inflammation is excess mucus production as a result of colds or flus.  At Anne Arundel ENT & Facial Plastic Surgery, we will first attempt to treat the obstruction using antibiotics. […]

Throat, Swallowing and Voice Disorders

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There are various disorders that can affect the throat, both in terms of swallowing and speech. The throat, more formally known as the pharynx, is a tube that carries food to another tube known as the esophagus and air to another tube known as the larynx. Almost everyone has experienced a sore throat at some […]

Hearing Loss (Acute & Chronic)

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Hearing loss, also known as deafness or decreased hearing, is defined as being unable to partially or completely hear sound in one or both ears. There are three common types of hearing loss, including conductive hearing loss, sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL), and mixed hearing loss. Hearing connects us to the world, enabling conversations, music appreciation, […]

Perforated / Ruptured Eardrum

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Your eardrum is a thin membrane that lies between your ear canal and middle ear. When this membrane develops a small hole or tear, it is known as a perforated eardrum (ruptured eardrum, tympanic membrane perforation). The delicate structures of our ears play a pivotal role in our ability to perceive the world around us. […]

Head and Neck Disorders

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The board-certified physicians of Anne Arundel ENT & Facial Plastic Surgery are trained and experienced in the medical and surgical management of Head and Neck conditions including: Thyroid disorders Parathyroid disorders  Salivary Gland disorders Parotid tumors  Head and Neck Cancers  Facial Reconstruction post-trauma or post-tumor  Moh’s Surgery Reconstruction.This is a special type of reconstructive plastic surgery that can be […]

Ear Congestion and Pain

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Dealing with ear congestion and pain can be an uncomfortable and often distressing experience AAENT & Facial Plastic Surgery team in Maryland is committed to providing a compassionate and dedicated approach to your care. Dealing with ear congestion and pain can be an uncomfortable and often distressing experience. The symptoms of fullness, pressure, or even […]

Sudden Hearing Loss

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Sudden sensorineural (“inner ear”) hearing loss (SSHL), commonly known as sudden deafness is an unexplained, rapid loss of hearing either all at once or over a few days. Sudden deafness frequently affects only one ear. Our ability to hear allows us to connect with the world around us, and any interruption to this sense can […]