The Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery is comprised of 10 clinical divisions and one research division, which includes the following areas:
Audiology / Hearing
The Division of Audiology (hearing) provides a comprehensive approach to hearing health care for patients of all ages. Our team of licensed and certified audiologists works closely with our highly trained physicians to provide the highest quality patient care including: hearing testing, hearing aid selection and fitting, and implantable hearing devices.
Dentistry-Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
The Johns Hopkins Division of Dentistry-Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery offers a scope of dental and oral hygiene services along with cosmetic procedures, including wisdom teeth extraction, dental implants, jaw surgery and veneers.
Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
As otolaryngologists and facial plastic surgeons, our physicians are uniquely qualified to perform both cosmetic procedures and reconstructive procedures. As leaders in their field, they consistently seek to advance the field of facial plastic surgery and lead research to this end.
Head and Neck Cancer Center
Treatment of head and neck cancer can be a complex undertaking involving not only issues of successful treatment, but also concerns about retaining functions such as sight, smell, hearing, speech and swallowing. To meet these diverse needs, our comprehensive team – that includes specialists in head and neck surgery, radiation oncology, medical oncology and endocrinology – ensures that patients have access to experts in every aspect of their disease.
The Listening Center
Spoken language is a natural and powerful system of human communication. The Listening Center at Johns Hopkins provides the medical, technical, and rehabilitative resources to enhance our patients' connection with spoken language using devices such as Cochlear implants for those who do benefits with hearing aids.
Salivary Gland Center
The Johns Hopkins Salivary Gland Center provides state-of-the-art evaluation, diagnosis, and surgical treatment for patients with salivary gland tumors and other salivary gland disorders.
Skull Base Tumor Center
The Johns Hopkins Skull Base Tumor Center comprises of a team of dedicated, highly specialized and experienced doctors, nurses and therapists of different disciplines working together to treat skull base tumors, which grow along various regions of the bottom part of the skull.
Otology and Neurotology
The Johns Hopkins Skull Base Team is dedicated to treating acoustic neuromas and other tumors of the skull base by providing comprehensive and multidisciplinary treatment therapies including surgery, radiation and chemotherapy.
At Johns Hopkins Pediatric Otolaryngology, we understand that caring for children with diseases of the ear, nose and throat needs a special touch. Our dedicated team of pediatric otolaryngologists, nurses, audiologists and speech-language pathologists treat common illnesses, such as tonsillitis or chronic and recurring ear infections, as well as more complex conditions, such as head and neck masses or sleep apnea.
Rhinology and Sinus Surgery
The Johns Hopkins Sinus Center features fellowship-trained specialists who are experts in the diagnosis, treatment, and research of conditions of the nose and paranasal sinuses, ranging from septal deviations and chronic rhinosinusitus to neoplasms (tumors) and Graves' Orbitopathy.
Snoring & Sleep Surgery
The Johns Hopkins Center for Snoring & Sleep Surgery provides comprehensive surgical and dental care for patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) or snoring who have not had successful medical treatment or are interested in exploring other treatment options.
The purpose of our research lab is to advance the understanding of how the body perceives head motion and maintains balance.
The Johns Hopkins Voice Center helps patients who have chronic or acute voice, swallowing and laryngeal problems that require specialized assistance.