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

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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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Our Blog

Don’t Let Vertigo Stop Your Life!

People who suffer with vertigo often feel like they have to function in a constant state of caution, not able to enjoy their day-to-day experiences with a carefree zest or confident pep in their step. They never know when they’ll be struck by a dizzy spell and this can cause them to go through life with overwhelming trepidation. The inner ear is a critical part of our system’s balance and when it doesn’t receive enough blood flow, our primary command center (the brain) triggers warning signals via impaired vision, dizziness and vomiting. The condition known as vertigo is quite serious and can be a sign of poor circulation, high blood pressure or high cholesterol levels, and even hardened arteries.

Western New York Living features Dr. Paul Young

Western New York Living features Dr. Paul Young | ENT Buffalo NY |

WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT EAR SAFETY BEFORE SAYING BON VOYAGE

How to Protect Your Ears During a Flight | You may have packed your bags and booked your hotel, but no trip to the travel agency can teach you how to protect your ears during a flight. Everyone experiences ear discomfort on airplanes because of the rapid change in air pressure during ascent and descent. Thankfully, though, there are ways to, if not prevent the issue entirely, at least mitigate the pain.

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...

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.

The Throbbing Truth About Earaches

The most common type of earache is otitis media which involves inflammation and infection of the middle ear. The narrow channel that connects the inside of the ear to the back of the throat is called a eustachian tube. When there is an accumulation of mucus and pus behind the eardrum, the eustachian tube becomes blocked. As a sudden infection occurs, it is called acute otitis media.
If earaches go untreated or improperly treated, fluid can linger within the ear for weeks. This condition is known as otitis media with effusion, and often occurs in ear infections that are in the recovery process. There are serious consequences to having chronic earaches, the worst of which is potential hearing loss.

Pediatric ENT: For Tiny Ears, Noses, and Throats

Pediatric Ear, Nose, and Throat | Your little bundle of joy is unique not only personally but also anatomically. If your child has a terrible case of the sniffles, then you might need a doctor who specializes pediatric ear, nose, and throat disorders. ENTs that specialize in pediatrics will be able to cater to your child’s specific needs.

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

THE SALIVARY GLAND SYSTEM | A person’s health can be thoroughly evaluated just in their saliva alone! Though saliva is mostly comprised of water, it also contains hormones, minerals, enzymes and proteins, plus antibacterial and other substances that are prime indicators of whether or not we’re in optimal condition. Things like our dental health and our body’s pH balance are directly connected to our salivary glands.

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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Address: 4955 Bailey Ave.
Suite #202, Amherst, NY 14226.
Phone: 716.832.8500
Fax: 716.832.8501
Dr. Paul R. Young, MD | Ear Nose and Throat Specialist