Pediatric Ear Nose and Throat (ENT)
Pediatric ear, nose, and throat doctors (also called otolaryngologists) at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City manage common and complex ENT disorders in children, from ear infections symptoms to hearing loss. We provide comprehensive management of pediatric airway disease, including endoscopic and open airway expansion, phonosurgery and laser surgery.
Common conditions we treat include:
- Childhood ear infections
- Hearing loss related to middle ear effusion
- Nighttime breathing disorders related to enlargement of the tonsils and adenoids.
More complex diseases we treat include:
- Chronic inflammatory disease
- Congenital ear anomalies
- Sensorineural hearing loss requiring cochlear implantation
Multidisciplinary Pediatric ENT Care
Because our Ear, Nose, and Throat doctors work closely with the Department of Pediatrics, we consult regularly with pediatric faculty in related subspecialties, such as genetics, allergy, pulmonology, hematology-oncology, intensive care medicine, infectious disease, and gastroenterology. Joint management teams, such as our cleft and craniofacial group, provide additional opportunities for cross-specialty discussion and treatment planning.
Our other services include pediatric polysomnography, audiology, speech therapy, and swallowing evaluation.
We Can Help
U.S. News & World Report ranks the Mount Sinai Medical Center among the top 20 hospitals in the United States for the treatment of ear, nose, and throat disease. We have considerable experience in treating children with head and neck conditions. Please call us at 212-241-9410 to schedule an appointment.