Office Visit Information
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Your ENT Visit
You can expect a thorough evaluation of any concerns or issues related to your ears, nose and throat, head, and neck. Please ensure that you bring any related testing previously performed, such as audiograms, imaging, or previous therapy.
Medical history review: The ENT provider will start by discussing your medical history, including any symptoms you’re experiencing, previous treatments, and relevant medical conditions.
Physical examination: The ENT provider will conduct a physical examination, which may involve checking your ears, nose, throat, head, and neck.
Diagnostic tests: Depending on your symptoms, the doctor might recommend additional diagnostic tests. These can include hearing tests, TC scan of sinuses, or endoscopic examination (using a thin flexible tube with a camera to evaluate the throat or a ridge scope to evaluate the sinuses).
Diagnosis: Once the examination and tests are complete, the ENT physician or provider will discuss their findings with you. They will explain any diagnosed conditions or concerns and answer any questions you may have. This may include medications, lifestyle changes, therapy, or surgery. They will explain the benefits, risks, and excepted outcomes of each option.
Treatment plan: If a diagnosis is made, the ENT provider will discuss potential treatment options. This may include medications, lifestyle changes, therapy, or surgery. They will explain the benefits, risks, and expected outcomes of each option.
Follow up: Depending on the nature of your condition, the provider may schedule a follow-up appointment to monitor your progress or adjust the treatment plan if needed.
Please keep in mind that all appointments are unique, and the specifics may vary based on your individual situation. It is always a good idea to come prepared with any questions or concerns you may have as this will help ensure a productive and informative visit.