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Ear Wax | Hearing Loss | Itchy Ears
| Ear Infection

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

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Throat

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

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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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3 Quick Ways to Treat Sinus Symptoms

Sinus infections come with a whole host of aggravating symptoms, and if you’ve ever had an infection, you know how irritating it can be. Unfortunately, most sinus infections are viral, meaning that antibiotics won’t be effective. Thankfully, there are natural alternatives to treating sinus symptoms in Buffalo, NY that will have you back up on your feet in no time.

3 Signs Your Sinus Doctor Will Prescribe Surgery

Find yourself with a stuffy nose again? An occasional sinus infection is fairly normal, but if you’re suffering from constant congestion and chronic sinus infections, there may be a more systemic problem. Here are the three signs that your sinus doctor in Amherst will need to prescribe surgery.

What Does a WNY ENT Doctor Do?

Not quite sure what body part is the ENT? You can’t find ENT’s anywhere on your body because the name is an acronym. ENT stands for ear, nose, and throat, and physicians associated with this branch of medical science are known as otolaryngologists. Below, we talk more about what a WNY ENT doctor does on a regular basis, what you can expect from your first appointment, and what kind of surgeries you might expect.

You Don’t Have to Suffer with Nasal Polyps!

What are nasal polyps? | When chronic inflammation frequently recurs in the nasal cavity, growths can develop on the mucus lining of one’s sinuses. These soft, pale, teardrop or grape-shaped growths are called Nasal Polyposis or Nasal Polyps. While the polyps are painless and range from mild and unnoticed to obstructively large in size, they can block the nasal passageways and cause problems with breathing.
People prone to this condition are those who cope with environmental allergies, frequent sinus infections, asthma, extreme sensitivity to aspirin, and certain immune disorders. Nasal polyps can occur at any age, however they are more common after age 40 and more prevalent in men than women. Children who have cystic fibrosis also tend to experience polyps in their nose.
Nasal polyps can occur in both nostrils or sinuses, and may gradually grow larger.

WNY Living | Dr. Paul Young, MD

WNY Living | Dr Paul Young MD | ENT Buffalo NY Janet Snyder: From Allergy problems to tonsillitis, otolaryngologists also knows as ENT’s, treat problems of the ears, nose and throat. Here to shed light on those problems and what can be done is Dr Paul Young. Thank you...

Nosebleeds ~ the drippy (but not so dreadful) reality

Epistaxis, a condition commonly referred to as nosebleeds, occurs at the vascular area within the nose, which can bleed profusely as a result of facial trauma. The nose’s arterioles (tiny blood vessels) are vulnerably positioned and thus can easily rupture.

Approximately 60 percent of people experience epistaxis at some point in their life. Only 6 percent of those who suffer with nosebleeds tend to seek medical treatment, and even fewer require hospitalization.

Though epistaxis can occur at any age, it mostly has a bimodal distribution, afflicting toddlers to children age 10, as well as adults over 50. There are two types of nosebleeds – those that stem from the front of the nose (anterior) which are most common, and those that stem from the back of the nose (posterior) which are less common and more severe in nature.

The ENT May Not Be Able to Cure Your Sinus Infection

Yellow, green mucus, bad breath, congestion, runny nose, facial pain…uh oh, not another sinus infection. Should you head to the ENT, or should you hold out? If you answered the latter, then you’d be correct. As it turns out, there is no sinus infection cure for viral infections, so you’re better off waiting it out a bit.

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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How to Use Essential Oils to Cure Your Sinus Headache

Most of the time, the best sinus headache treatment in Buffalo, NY is simply TLC. If a sinus headache is caused by a more severe infection or nasal growths, you’ll have to visit your local ENT. However, more often than not, your sinus headache symptoms will disappear on their own within a few days.

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