The Paul Young, MD clinic is conveniently located in Amherst, NY

Maple Road & North Bailey Avenue, near the Boulevard Mall.

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Ear

Ear Wax | Hearing Loss | Itchy Ears
| Ear Infection

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Nose

Sinus Infections | Nose Bleeds
| Flu Remedies | Post Nasal Drip

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Throat

Voice + Tonsils | GERD
| Voice and Aging | Vocal Cords

ear | ent buffalo ny

Ear

Ear Wax | Hearing Loss | Itchy Ears
| Ear Infection

nose | ent buffalo ny

Nose

Sinus Infections | Nose Bleeds
| Flu Remedies | Post Nasal Drip

throat | ent buffalo ny

Throat

Voice + Tonsils | GERD
| Voice and Aging | Vocal Cords

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Comfort and Care

Finally, an Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist who understands the needs of your child, your parents, and you. Dr. Young devotes as much time as is required to properly diagnose and treat your ENT condition. Patients and their families often note the kindness and gentleness shown by the doctor and all the staff here at Paul Young, MD.

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Finally, no more questions for how to deal with sinus infections!

Finally, no more questions for how to deal with sinus infections! Sinus Infection Symptoms (Buffalo NY). Sinusitis Sinusitis, also known as rhinosinusitis, is a medical condition where the tissue lining of the sinuses becomes inflamed, blocking air flow.  Afflicting...
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Discover the vast and lifesaving field of otolaryngology!

Discover the vast and lifesaving field of otolaryngology! Otolaryngology Buffalo NY ~ the general gist Otolaryngology in Buffalo NY and in general, consists of specially trained doctors who diagnose and treat conditions, diseases and disorders of the ears, nose and...
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Tonsils, a dangling dilemma – demystified!

Tonsillitis

Tonsillitis entails inflammation of the glands in the back of the throat. These infection-fighting lymph node glands are known as pharyngeal tonsils. The tissue at the back of the tongue (lingual tonsils) as well as the adenoids may also be affected by this inflammation. Tonsillitis can range from acute to chronic. Other variations include recurrent tonsillitis which consists of multiple episodes of tonsillitis within a year. There’s also peritonsillar abscess which is similar (bacteria-wise) to strep throat, where there’s an accumulation of pus in the tissue around the tonsils.

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Ear infection vs. fluid in the ear, which one is it?

Chronic ear infections, or otitis media, is a common childhood illness. As we age, our anatomy changes allowing for better drainage from the inner ear, which decreases our risk for infection. Most children will have less frequent infections by middle adolescence. It...
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The Throbbing Truth About Earaches

Tonsillitis

Tonsillitis entails inflammation of the glands in the back of the throat. These infection-fighting lymph node glands are known as pharyngeal tonsils. The tissue at the back of the tongue (lingual tonsils) as well as the adenoids may also be affected by this inflammation. Tonsillitis can range from acute to chronic. Other variations include recurrent tonsillitis which consists of multiple episodes of tonsillitis within a year. There’s also peritonsillar abscess which is similar (bacteria-wise) to strep throat, where there’s an accumulation of pus in the tissue around the tonsils.

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How to Deal With Poor Sense of Smell

When you have a poor sense of smell, not only can’t you detect aromas, but you also can’t taste your food or appreciate its complex flavors. If the world around you is depressingly bland, you might want to visit your ENT to see if you are, in fact, suffering from a smell disorder.

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The hard-to-swallow facts about your salivary glands!

Tonsillitis

Tonsillitis entails inflammation of the glands in the back of the throat. These infection-fighting lymph node glands are known as pharyngeal tonsils. The tissue at the back of the tongue (lingual tonsils) as well as the adenoids may also be affected by this inflammation. Tonsillitis can range from acute to chronic. Other variations include recurrent tonsillitis which consists of multiple episodes of tonsillitis within a year. There’s also peritonsillar abscess which is similar (bacteria-wise) to strep throat, where there’s an accumulation of pus in the tissue around the tonsils.

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Happy with Balloon Sinuplasty

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One, Two, Ah-choo! What to know about seasonal allergies

Seasonal allergies, also commonly referred to as hay fever or allergic rhinitis, is an allergy to weeds that pollinate. The damaging immune response that occurs consists of inflammation of the nose and airways. Allergic rhinitis afflicts people of all ages including nearly 10% of U.S. citizens and 30% of the population worldwide.

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Toy Drive

Our office is so happy to be doing a toy drive for kids who are residing at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo.
The holidays can be especially hard for kids who are sick and not able to be home with their families. “Partners like you are critical. The kids range from infants to teens and with your efforts we can being a smile to the children who are here during the holidays” said a spokeswoman from the hospital.
Kindly bring an unwrapped gift for children of all ages. The hospital requests that we not bring blankets or stuffed toys for health reasons.

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