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Johns Hopkins General Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) Care provides personalized and easy access to care for adult and pediatric patients experiencing health issues with ear, nose, throat, and head and neck conditions. 

 
 

Some of the Conditions We Treat

Our doctors diagnose and treat ear, nose, throat (ENT) and head and neck conditions, some of which may require further specialized care. If our doctors find that your condition requires more advanced care, your general ENT doctor will work closely with our team of specialists to diagnose your condition and develop a custom treatment plan.

    • Common ear infections, including otitis externa and media
    • Hearing loss
    • Tinnitus
    • Balance disorders

    What to Expect at Your Appointment

    To diagnose ear conditions or hearing loss, your doctor will perform a thorough physical exam and ask about your symptoms and your medical history. Please bring prior medical records that may contribute to your symptoms.

    Our experts will use a lighted device called an otoscope to look for problems in your ear canal, eardrum and middle ear. If your doctor thinks you may have hearing loss, a hearing test will be performed to find out how severe it is. This can be done in the clinic with an audiologist. Knowing the diagnosis and cause of your hearing condition is impacts our treatment recommendation.

    • Sinusitis
    • Allergies or rhinitis
    • Nasal obstruction or congestion
    • Nosebleeds

    What to Expect at Your Appointment

    To diagnose nose and sinus conditions, your doctor will perform a thorough physical exam and ask about your symptoms and your medical history. Please bring prior medical records that may contribute to your symptoms.

    In addition to a physical exam, additional tests may be performed. These may include: 

    • Cough
    • Tonsillitis
    • Trouble swallowing
    • Reflux
    • Snoring and sleep issues
    • Temporomandibular disorder (TMD)
    • Swelling of the face or neck (salivary gland disease)

    What to Expect at Your Appointment

    To diagnose throat conditions, your doctor will perform a thorough physical exam and ask about your symptoms and your medical history. Please bring prior medical records that may contribute to your symptoms.

    In addition to a physical exam, additional tests may performed to better assess your diagnosis. These may include:

 
 

General Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) Specialists

Our ENT doctors take a proactive approach in treating your condition. Meet the specialists who will be part of your care team.

 

Why Choose Johns Hopkins for General ENT Care

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Accessibility and Availability

We provide introductory ENT evaluations and care for adult and pediatric patients even if your symptoms are vague or unclear.

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Highly-Trained Specialists

When you choose the physicians at Johns Hopkins, you will benefit from specialists who have vast experience in treating ear, nose and throat conditions.

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Cutting-Edge Research

Johns Hopkins is the forefront of cutting-edge and advanced research to continuously improve patient care. This research informs the most advanced treatments and care.

 

Preparing for Your Appointment

Each visit to our clinic consists of a thorough discussion about your medical history and current health concerns. Please bring all available medical records related to your condition when you arrive for your appointment. Your doctor may request additional testing to diagnose and treat your condition.

For telemedicine appointments, please review our video or telephone instructions prior to your appointment.

Our Locations

You may request an appointment at one of our three convenient locations for care.

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