Pediatric otorhinolaryngologists at UT Physicians treat a wide range of ear, nose, and throat (ENT) abnormalities, conditions, and diseases as well as other diseases of the head and neck. Our physicians offer the most advanced treatment options available, including state-of-the-art medical therapy and surgery, using minimally invasive techniques whenever possible. We provide comprehensive ENT treatment to all children and adolescents.
Our team works in close collaboration with a wide range of pediatric specialists with expertise in pulmonology, gastroenterology, sleep medicine, infectious disease, critical care, and neonatology, as well as pediatric primary care.
Areas of Expertise
Our physicians provide routine and advanced pediatric ENT services for the following conditions:
- Airway disorders
- Larynx and trachea issues
- Noisy breathing or stridor
- Ear diseases and infections
- Correction of the middle ear and ossicle abnormalities
- Hearing loss
- Microtia and ear canal atresia repair
- Speech and language delay
- Treatment and surgeries of middle ear and mastoid tumors
- Head and neck
- Facial paralysis
- Masses and growths
- Sialoendoscopy (minimally invasive treatment of salivary gland stones and diseases with endoscopic approach)
- Vascular malformations
- Difficulty breathing
- Nasal congestion and drainage
- Sleep apnea
- Tonsil and adenoid diseases
Complete and Coordinated Care
We work in close collaboration with a wide range of pediatric specialists who help provide diagnosis and treatment options in the areas of:
- Cleft and craniofacial care: Experts treat congenital abnormalities of the face and skull including cleft lip and palate in close collaboration with dentistry, plastic surgery, genetics, and speech therapy.
- Aerodigestive program: Specialists treat children with complex airway, respiratory, gastrointestinal, and feeding disorders.
- Multidisciplinary sleep program: Manages sleep-disordered breathing in children, such as sleep apnea and use of CPAP machines.
- Vascular malformation program: Assists children with complex lymphatic or vascular malformations.