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Treating Ear, Nose, & Throat Symptoms & Conditions

Richard Orlandi, MD, examines a female patient's neck
Richard Orlandi, MD, examines U of U Health patient.

General ENT (ear, nose, and throat) or otolaryngology treats all conditions and disorders of the head and neck, including hearing, balance, sinus, nose, voice, oral cavity, sleep, allergy, and head and neck tumors. University of Utah Health ENT specialists, or otolaryngologists, have received extensive education and training beyond medical school allowing them to provide the best possible care for our patients.


We treat the following conditions as well as others:

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When to See Our Specialists

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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