Ear, Nose And Throat (ENT) Disorders
Since 1994, our ear, nose and throat specialists have changed the lives of patients across the Charlotte region. Our practice specializes in the treatment of all types of ENT disorders, including ear infections, ear drum perforations, obstructive sleep apnea, thyroid nodules, and more.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea And Snoring
Almost 50% of all people snore at least occasionally, and 25% of all people are considered habitual snorers. While snoring can certainly be disruptive to others, it may also be a sign of a bigger problem called obstructive sleep apnea. This disorder can affect both adults and children.
Thyroid nodules, sometimes known as goiters, are a common and usually harmless phenomenon that involves a growth of cells within the thyroid gland. However, in some cases, a thyroid nodule may be something more serious, such as cancer or cells that elevate thyroid hormone levels, and thus pose a health risk.
Head And Neck Tumors
There are multiple issues that can occur within the glands, soft tissue structures, and cavities of the head and neck. These disorders can range from common infections and injuries to more serious conditions such as cancer and airway obstruction. The physicians at CornerStone Ear, Nose & Throat can help evaluate and treat the multiple and varied problems and conditions that can arise in this area of the body. Learn more about head and neck tumors.
Reconstructive Surgery After Mohs Skin Cancer Procedure
Mohs surgery has proven to be a very effective procedure to treat skin cancers of the head, face, and neck. Unfortunately, this procedure often creates disfiguring wounds that must be addressed by an experienced reconstructive surgeon. CornerStone Ear, Nose & Throat offers the expertise to repair Mohs surgery wounds, and restore a patient’s appearance and function. Learn more about reconstructive surgery after Mohs.
It’s true that most people will have a nosebleed at some point in their lives. But if nosebleeds occur frequently, you should schedule an appointment with an otolaryngologist at CornerStone Ear, Nose & Throat. Learn more about nosebleeds here.