North Dallas ENT provides a full range of pediatric ENT services and treatments for infants, children, and adolescents. We cover all types of problems of the ear, nose, throat, head, and neck, including:
- Acute and Chronic Ear Infections
- Acute and Chronic Sore Throats
- Adenoid Problems
- Airway and Sinus Problems
- Allergy Testing and Treatment
- Chronic Cough
- Enlarged Lymph Nodes
- Hearing Loss
- Nasal Fractures
- Nasal Obstruction
- Noisy Breathing
- Recurring Tonsil Infections
- Sleep Apnea
- Tonsil Enlargement
Why Choose North Dallas ENT?
AT North Dallas ENT, we provide expert, individualized care for each child, providing the most compassionate and comprehensive surgical and non-surgical management of your child’s ear, nose, throat, head or neck problem. Our physicians have completed extensive training and specialize in more complicated and advanced pediatric otolaryngology (ENT) cases.
How Are Pediatric ENT Problems Diagnosed?
In using the best in advanced technology, your child will receive expert diagnosis and a comprehensive evaluation. We leverage the expertise of our staff to offer a multidisciplinary approach to challenging pediatric ENT conditions. Based on our findings, we will diagnose your child’s issue, and offer the best minimally invasive treatment option.
How Do We Ease The Stress on Families?
At North Dallas ENT, the entire experience is designed to minimize stress and anxiety for both children and their parents. In that regard, we strive to make every child (no matter their age) feel at ease with a friendly smile or a reassuring word. When a child is sick, we understand the impact on parents and families, so we take the time to explain your child’s disorder or disease and welcome any questions you may have. We take a family-centered approach to treating your child, trying to ease the stress on families as much as possible.
How Should You Prepare Your Child for Consultation?
In our experience, we have found that children are more relaxed during a consultation when parents are honest with them up front and explain to them why they are going to see a doctor. When children understand why they are going to a clinic, it eases their own anxiety.