Treatments & services: Ear, nose and throat

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Serving Long Island and Queens, our Department of Otolaryngology offers world-class care for conditions of the ear, nose and throat. Learn more about our areas of expertise, as well as our community events, educational opportunities, clinical trials and clinical affiliations–-all designed to take care of your unique needs.


Skull base brain tumors can affect hearing, so your doctor might want you to have an audiogram, or a hearing test, before and after treatment. This will give you and your medical team a baseline (results that can be compared with later) for your hearing and will help with assessment after any treatment...


Balloon dilation is a minimally invasive procedure that reopens the sinus pathways and restores drainage. Learn more at the New York Head and Neck Institute.


A barium swallow (also known as a barium esophagogram or upper GI series) is an examination of the esophagus and stomach using barium to coat the walls of the upper digestive tract so that it may be examined under X-ray...


Our Center for Voice, Airway, and Swallowing treats disorders of the larynx, pharynx, trachea and esophagus in both adults and children.


As a state-of-the-art facility, we offer superior diagnostic, medical and surgical care for infants and children with cleft lip. Our expert multidisciplinary team features pediatric plastic surgeons, oral surgeons, dentists, orthodontists, prosthetic specialists, ear/nose/throat specialists, geneticists, social workers, speech and hearing professionals and dedicated cleft coordinator nurses.


A cochlear implant is essentially a microphone that converts sound into electrical impulses. After a portion of the temporal bone called the mastoid is drilled away, small wires corresponding to several sound frequencies are passed into the cochlea (hearing part of the inner ear)...


Deep pharyngeal neuromuscular stimulation (DPNS) is a non-invasive, electrical stimulation therapy for people with dysphagia (difficulty swallowing). Therapists are certified to perform this therapy...


Ear molding is a simple, non-surgical way to correct a baby’s abnormally shaped, folded or prominent ears. These deformities are easily corrected if diagnosed early in infancy, optimally at two or three weeks old. We use the latest ear molding techniques to achieve highly successful results.


If you have a skull base tumor, such as a pituitary tumor or a tumor located toward the front part of the skull, you may be able to have the tumor treated and removed endoscopically...