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Dr. Michael Burnett Specializes in Problems of the Ear, Nose, Sinuses and Throat. As of June 1st, We have reopened our office and are now taking in office consultations. An ear, nose and throat specialist (ENT) is a physician trained in the medical and surgical treatment of the ears, nose, throat, and related structures of… Continue Reading

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DEVIATED SEPTUM

The cartilage wall inside your nose is the septum. The crookedness of this wall to either side causes you to have a deviated septum. Symptoms of Deviated Septum In some cases, you may not find any symptoms of septal deformities and not even know that you have a deviated septum. However, if you have a deviated… Continue Reading

What Does an ENT Doctor Do?

What does an ENT doctor do? It’s spring; flowers are blooming, the air is fragrant, but you can’t smell it. Your mum is cooking your favorite meal, but you are unable to taste it because of a sore throat. You are probably staying up all night due to nasal congestion. These are all routine problems,… Continue Reading

What are Thyroid Nodules

What are Thyroid Nodules? A thyroid nodule is a lump that can develop into your thyroid gland. The type of lump varies from person to person. Some experience a solid lump, while others get diagnosed with a fluid-filled lump. Almost 1 in 7 people have a thyroid nodule, but it is rarely cancerous. To understand… Continue Reading

Throat Infection

Throat infection, or sore throat, is irritation, scratchiness and pain in the throat, which often aggravates while swelling. The most occurring and common reason for throat infection is a virus that causes flu and cold.  Viral Throat infection, also known as pharyngitis, is the main cause of sore throat. A viral throat infection takes at… Continue Reading

ENT Doctor For Sinusitis

Do you need a ENT doctor for sinusitis? Sinusitis is a very common condition. There are spaces or tissue linings inside your nose and head that have hollow air spaces. These linings are called ‘Sinuses’. They produce mucus, which is a fluid that filters out bacteria that tends to enter your system as you breathe.… Continue Reading

Nasal Congestion

Do you have nasal congestion that requires medical attention? Our face is  the residence of our sinuses. Sinuses are present in our forehead, in between our eyes, and within the cheekbones. If the sinuses get blocked, they can cause you nasal congestion. Imagine welcoming a visitor with teary eyes and a stuffy nose. Not an… Continue Reading

Types of Hearing Loss

You often have to speak louder while talking to your granny. She probably has presbycusis –hearing loss associated with advanced age. Senior citizens are not the only people who struggle with hearing; it is the third widely spread health issue in America. Every dysfunctional ear –either partially or wholly –is not dysfunctional due to age.… Continue Reading

Hoarseness/Hoarse voice

What Is Hoarse Voice? A hoarse voice is an irregular variation in the voice box. Some experience a lower pitch voice, while other a high pitch. Every hoarse voice is different from the other; it all depends on the kind of symptoms the person experiences. Causes of Hoarse Voice You get a hoarse voice when… Continue Reading

Earaches –All You Need To Know

Earaches are mostly common in children. Three out of four infants may suffer from ear pain. However, ear pain or earache does not exclude adults. It may affect one of your ear or both. You may experience ear pain for a short time, or it may become persistent. The severity of the ear pain varies… Continue Reading

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