When you’re feeling unwell because of a problem with your nose or mouth, your entire life just doesn’t feel the same.

 
This informational tool with information about nose- and mouth-related illnesses is designed to help you easily find your symptoms and connect to solutions. Our sense of smell helps us enjoy life, allowing us to take in the aromas of our favorite foods and environments, but it’s also a warning system, alerting us to danger signals such as gas leaks, spoiled food, and fire. Sinusitis can be acute and short-lived or a chronic, recurring problem; in either case, it can be debilitating. Snoring problems may not only steal a good night’s sleep but also affect your loved ones. Regardless of your unique circumstance, you’ll be able to find some answers here.

Research at the government-funded National Institutes of Health and other public-private and university programs is constantly yielding new insight into these age-old problems. New technology and tools are also always in development. Our commitment to you is to keep you in the know about the latest developments in all of the nose- and mouth-related health areas.

Once you feel you’ve learned what you can here, our specialists would love to meet with you and listen to your unique symptoms. We’ve made it as easy as clicking on one of the options to the right, and you’ll be starting on the road to better health and happiness.


Loss Of Smell

Officially called anosmia, the loss of smell can deprive you of the everyday joys of great cooking or your favorite walk outdoors. Some degree of loss in your ability to smell comes with age; other times it can be temporary if related to nasal congestion or allergies.

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Runny Nose

A runny nose is a persistent drainage of mucus from the nose or back of the throat. It is annoying but rarely serious, and it usually goes away on its own.

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Stuffy Nose

Nasal congestion or stuffy nose is a very common condition your ENT doctor diagnoses and treats at all times of the year.

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Chronic Sinusitis

It’s good to recognize the common symptoms of sinusitis which include cough, sore throat, headache, fever, loss of smell and stuffy nose.

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Nasal Fractures

Nasal fractures can affect both bone and cartilage. A collection of blood (called a “septal hematoma”) can sometimes form on the nasal septum (a wall made of bone and cartilage inside the nose that separates the sides of the nose).

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Septoplasty

This typically outpatient procedure performed in the nostrils is the primary method for straightening a misaligned or deviated nasal septum, which septoplasty can repair without changing the appearance of the nose.

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