Testimonials

Western New York Living features Dr. Paul Young

Happy with Balloon Sinuplasty

Dr. Young really helped diagnose my sinus issues! He took one look in my nose and knew exactly what was wrong. His office is beautiful and his staff is very attentive to their patients. I have seen many ENT’s and I think Dr. Young is the BEST!

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Quick easy checkup for my 4 month old! Great personality and very approachable!!! THANK YOU

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Feeling great after in-office Sinus procedure

Dr. Young saved my life!

We are writing this review of Dr. Paul Young following the wonderful experience we had with his treatment of our son. Our son was experiencing chronic nose bleeds. We were able to obtain an appointment quickly and the office staff was extremely polite and helpful.

Dr. Young was so personable and caring. He spent much time with us and was very thorough and comprehensive in his examination and treatment of our son. He answered all of our questions, gave us clear and easy to understand explanations and directions and did not make us feel rushed.

He first suggested the most minimally invasive treatments and did not try to advocate for surgery without attempting other treatments first. Our son ended up having to have his nose cauterized and was very anxious about the procedure. Dr. Young made the experience as pleasant as possible and made extraordinary efforts to put our son at ease.

Our son received excellent care from Dr. Young and his staff and we can not recommend him and his practice more highly.

Leah & Jeff

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My husband, Richard Laub, was recently treated by Dr. Young, and had this to say:

My experience as a patient of Dr. Paul Young has been entirely satisfactory. He is knowledgeable, caring, pro-active, and takes pains to establish clear communication between patient and doctor. While under his care, I felt that I had his complete attention, regardless of the time involved.

In brief, Dr. Young is what I would hope for in a physician.

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A mother’s testimonial

Doctor gives his vote of confidence in Dr. Young

My experience with Dr. Young was absolutely wonderful! He answered all of my questions and made me feel at ease. Him and his staff were extremely welcoming and me feel right at home. Highly highly recommended!!

-Emily Goodman

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Dr. Young really helped diagnose my sinus issues! He took one look in my nose and knew exactly what was wrong. His office is beautiful and his staff is very attentive to their patients. I have seen many ENT’s and I think Dr. Young is the BEST!

-Alexandra Silver

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Patient completes Balloon Sinus Dilation procedure

Director of ER about Dr. Paul Young

Dr. Young had a full roster of patients, but took the time to listen to us, and provide a thorough exam as if there were not any other patients waiting to see him. Dr. Young has an excellent bedside manner, is extremely competent, listens attentively, is intuitive, and clearly understands the nature of the problem before him. Without hesitation, we highly recommend Dr. Young. He is capable of making a patient feel relaxed and quickly put our minds at ease. It was obvious, and reassuring to see that he is highly skilled in dealing with issues relating to ENT and beyond.

-Bryna Kr

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I had a fantastic experience going to Dr.Young. He was extremely knowledgeable as well as personable and friendly. Surgery went great and my nose feels better than I expected!

-Paul Chiaravalle

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Mole removal with excellent results

The director of the ICU calls Dr. Young a “G-d send”

Dr Young is extremely knowledgeable and we always know we are in good hands when we visit his office. My husband and I have been to Dr Young’s office numerous times and we are always impressed with the office staff, cleanliness, timeliness, easy of getting an appointment and most importantly, medical care.
We highly recommend Dr. young
Vickie and Mitch Rubin

-Vickie Rubin

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My daughter had an exceptional experience with Dr. Young. He was thorough, technically skilled, and very patient. We absolutely made the right choice in seeing Dr. Young.

-CoolWaterBottle Flips

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Dr. Young helped a child choking on a balloon

ER Doctor refers his patients to Dr. Young

Dr Young was so thorough and reassuring! His staff was friendly and helpful!
The office is so “state-of the -art” and has an instantly relaxing feel. He really went above and beyond for me, taking the time to explain exactly what procedures he was performing, what the issues were, and what steps to take to remedy the situation. He even uncovered issues that I wasnt yet aware of, and I was so glad to have it brought to my attention and dealt with. Dr Young gives you the time of day, something so hard to find today! I highly recommend Dr Young!

-G Meyers

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Quick easy checkup for my 4 month old! Great personality and very approachable!!! THANK YOU

-shaindy h

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Patient several weeks after the balloon sinus procedure

Dog bite to a young child’s face

Excellent physician… knowledgable and warm… He is wonderful with my son!

-Robyn Weed

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Dr. Young saw my daughter on an emergency basis. He is just wonderful! I highly recommend him!

-Etty&Nosson Bergstein

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In-office sinus procedure: “It changed my life!”

Dr. J. Goldberg strongly recommends Dr. Young

It has been my good fortune to know Dr. Paul Young for several years. I’ve never felt so cared for by a doctor. He is warm, patient and knowledgeable and I would recommend him to anyone.

-Ben Zaretsky

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My husband saw the Dr for the first time today stated he a very good experience there.

-Terry Peeples

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Balloon Sinuplasty Testimonial

An internal MD strongly recommends Dr. Young

Dr. Young is an extremely smart doctor with tremendous intuition. More importantly, he really CARES. He will search the world to find necessary information to help someone. He brings great honor to the medical field

-Moshe Heimowitz

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Dr. Young fixed my sinus problems with a procedure in his office – no surgery! My quality of life is greatly improved!

-Zhanna Racine

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A young patient is a happy fellow after visiting Dr. Young!

Patient: “We are lucky to have Dr. Young”

Our Blog

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.

WHAT TO DO ABOUT ALLERGIES WHEN THE BIRDS AND THE BEES COME OUT AGAIN

What You Need to Know About Your ENT and Allergies Before Spring | If you’ve been living with an allergy, you know how it can seriously impact your everyday life. Your local ENT and allergies specialist will be able to run tests to better identify your allergens and explain to you how best to avoid your triggers and live a more stress-free summer.

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.

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.

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.

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.

3 Easy Ways to Sleep Better with Allergies

You haven’t noticed your allergies all day until you’re ready to go to bed when suddenly your symptoms hit you. With a runny nose and itchy eyes, how are you ever going to get any sleep? As it turns out, yes, allergy levels in Buffalo, NY tend to rise at night. While pollen levels are highest in the morning, the bedroom tends to aggravate symptoms.

ENT Care in WNY for Vocal Disorders

Laryngitis, inflammation of the vocal cords, is typically responsible for your hoarse voice. While laryngitis can be caused by a bacterial or viral infection, it might also be caused by a straining of the vocal cords. Laryngitis can, however, become a chronic condition if it’s a result of long-term irritation.

3 Reasons You May Be Losing Your Voice

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.

Health Tips From the Best ENT Doctors in WNY

An apple a day should be able to keep your general practitioner away, but the same cannot be said for the ENT. However, there are some things you can do to keep your ears, nose, and throat healthy. After all, the best treatment is preventative treatment. So, without further ado, here are the top tips from the best ENT doctors in WNY.

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