ENT Services for Louisiana Patients

Ear Nose and Throat Care for Louisiana Children, Adults and Seniors

Infants, children, adults and seniors are at risk for many ENT disorders. Otolaryngologists are different from audiologists, and they specialize in diagnosing and treating diseases in the ear, nose and throat regions. Tests and evaluations from a licensed otolaryngologist can prevent permanent damage and chronic conditions.

Louisiana Ear Nose Throat & Sinus offers a number of services when it comes to your ENT health. Learn more about our allergy, hearing, sinus, throat and pediatric services.

Our ENT-Related Services

We offer a number of services when it comes to your ENT health.


Ear care in Baton Rouge, Zachary, and Denham Springs

Common ear-related conditions that people suffer from are due to infections, previous physical damage or earwax buildup. Swimmer’s ear can be included on that list, and is a condition that can cause severe pain in the outer ear. Ear infections are some of the most treated ENT disorders, especially in younger children.


Sinus & Nasal Related Services in Baton Rouge, Zachary, and Denham Springs

Disorders in this area revolve around sinusitis, nasal congestion or obstruction, nasal polyps, chronic sinus infections and more. By making a visual map of where the nasal issues originate from, otolaryngologists are able to provide better treatment options.


Throat-related care in Baton Rouge, Zachary, and Denham Springs

Throat problems are varied, with some of the worst offenders being a side effect of gastroesophageal reflux disease. Trouble breathing, swallowing, coughing or hoarseness can be traced back to common throat problems. For anyone that’s in a profession where using their voice is important, they will have trouble not aggravating the condition further. Surgical procedures can remove the biggest offenders if necessary, which are usually the tonsils and adenoids.


Pediatric care in Baton Rouge, Zachary, and Denham Springs

Children are at risk for ENT problems, even young infants. Even though children are physiologically different than their parents, it isn’t uncommon for them to get the same ENT disorders as adults. Breathing problems are scary for children since they are still developing. Unchecked infections can be responsible for ankyloglossia, tumors, speech disorders, throat problems and even sleep apnea. Even by today’s standards, ENT disorders are the most common reasons children visit doctors.