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Utah's Ear, Nose, & Throat Specialists

The expertise of ear, nose, and throat specialists (or otolaryngologists) at University of Utah Health is used to diagnose and treat conditions in the following areas ear, nose, sinuses, larynx (voice box), mouth, throat, head and neck.

Our doctors treat patients through both medical and surgical means providing facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, pediatric ENT, cochlear implants, and hearing aids as well as treatment for balance disorders, inhalant allergies, sinus and snoring disorders, voice and swallowing problems, and cancer of the head and neck.

Otolaryngology providers are also teaching and research faculty, training tomorrow's providers today. Learn more about the Department of Otolaryngology, Head, & Neck Surgery's work in education and research.

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ENT Doctor or Primary Care Physician: When to See an ENT

It can be difficult to determine when it's appropriate to see your primary care physician or an ENT specialist for common ear, nose, and throat problems. Your primary care physician can treat many mild cases of ENT issues. However, you may need to visit an ENT specialist for chronic, recurring, or severe ENT problems.

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