Ear, Nose & Throat (Otolaryngology)
Our pediatric otolaryngologists specialize in the treatment of ear, nose and throat (ENT) conditions in infants, children and adolescents.
Connecticut Children’s board-certified and fellowship-trained pediatric otolaryngologists have expertise across a wide range of specialties, including neonatal airway disorders, congenital and acquired hearing loss, endoscopic and minimally invasive surgery, vascular anomalies, and biomedical device development.
Our ENT specialists provide the highest quality patient- and family-centered care for the many common and complex conditions affecting a child’s head and neck, including:
- Acute and chronic otitis media and mastoiditis
- BAHA (bone-anchored hearing aid) surgery
- Congenital and acquired airway disorders
- Endoscopic surgery for cholesteatoma (keratoma) of the ear
- Facial nerve disorders
- Foreign bodies of the airway and esophagus
- Hearing loss disorders
- Neck masses and neck abscesses
- Obstructive sleep apnea
- Pediatric tracheostomy
- Salivary gland disease
- Sinus and nasal disease
- Stridor (noisy breathing)
- Tonsil and adenoid disease
- Voice and swallowing problems
The otolaryngologists at Connecticut Children’s carefully coordinate pediatric patient treatment with experts from other specialty areas within the medical center. This multidisciplinary approach allows our physicians and other highly trained specialists from the aerodigestive, craniofacial and cochlear implant teams to provide the best care possible by collaborating together.