Throat and Voice Disorder Specialists in Cedar Park, TX
As a practice specializing in ear, nose, and throat care, Breathe ENT offers a facility that will fully diagnose and treat throat and voice disorders in both pediatric and adult patients. Whether you have tonsil and adenoid infections, airway problems, hoarseness, swallowing disorders, or vocal cord inflammatory issues, you can be sure that you’ll receive the best care when visiting Breathe ENT.
Common Throat and
Some voice and throat conditions seem like they come out of nowhere. Whether it is pain, swelling, difficulty swallowing, or a change in tone, it is a sign something different is happening. It is critical to get an accurate diagnosis as soon as possible.
Common Conditions We Treat
A tonsillectomy is a procedure to remove tonsils in patients who have infected tonsils, frequent cases of tonsillitis, or a sleep-related disorder due to breathing problems. It's a standard surgery, and patients should experience fewer infections and issues after the operation is completed.
Non-cancerous lesions can include nodes, polyps, and cysts and can occur from overuse or abuse of the vocal cords. Hoarseness is a condition marked by changes in the pitch or quality of the voice, which may sound weak, scratchy, or husky.
Difficulty swallowing, also known as dysphagia, happens when the muscles or nerves in the throat are weakened or damaged. It can occur at any age but is most common in older adults. Chronic dysphagia can be painful and, in severe cases, make swallowing food or liquids impossible.
This is usually a short-lived viral infection that distorts the sound of the vocal cords. However, chronic laryngitis that happens often or lasts longer than a couple of weeks is more serious. If you have prolonged laryngitis or frequent episodes, schedule a time to see us.
Visit Us for Superior ENT Care
If you experience a hoarse-sounding voice, difficulty swallowing, throat pain, or frequent tonsillitis, visit us at Breathe ENT in Cedar Park, TX for proper care of throat and voice disorders. Prolonged neglect can lead to irreversible harm or the danger of an illness spreading to other parts of the body. Our board-certified ear, nose, and throat specialists are committed to providing the best care for patients in our community. Contact us to schedule an appointment today.