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Our ENT Practice

At Monmouth ENT & Aesthetics, we offer the most compassionate, highest level of care for both pediatric and adult patients. We provide diagnostics and treatment for ear, nose, and throat (ENT) care, sinusitis treatment, and sinus surgery including sleep disorders, hearing disorders, allergy treatments, and head and neck surgery. 

When you visit our office, you’ll receive uncompromising patient care. With over 15 years of experience in the ENT industry, you can feel confident knowing that we will provide safest and most effective course of treatment and unmatched patient care.


Snoring &

Sleep Apnea

Snoring occurs when air flows past relaxed tissues in your throat, causing the tissues to vibrate as you breathe. Sometimes it may indicate a serious health condition. Medical devices and surgery are available that may reduce disruptive snoring.

Post Nasal 


Secretions from the nose that drain down into the throat, causing congestion and cough. Postnasal drip is usually caused by allergies or the common cold..



Nosebleeds can occur easily because of the location of  the close-to-the-surface blood vessels in the lining of your nose. Most nosebleeds can be handled at home.

If you cannot stop the bleeding after more than 15 minutes of applying direct pressure, the bleeding is rapid, or the blood loss is large (more than a cup), an urgent and immediate evaluation by an ENT physician or by an emergency physician is recommended.

Head and Neck Endocrine Surgery

Thyroidectomy & parathyroidectomy surgical removal of all or part of the thyroid gland, which is located in the front of the neck. The thyroid gland releases thyroid hormone, which controls many critical functions of the body.

Nasal Airway Disorders & Surgeries

Nasal breathing delivers approximately 70% of airflow to the lungs. Even slight narrowing of the nasal valve can lead to significant reduction in airflow. Structural blockages in three areas are common: Septum, Turbinates, Lateral (side) wall.

Allergic &

Non-Allergic Rhinitis

Rhinitis is when a reaction occurs that causes nasal congestion, runny nose, sneezing, and itching. Most types of rhinitis are caused by an inflammation and are associated with symptoms in the eyes, ears, or throat.



Adenoid hypertrophy is common in children. Size of the adenoid increases up to the age of 6 years, then usually slowly atrophies. Adenoid hypertrophy in adults is rare.

Treatment for more severe cases is an adenoidectomy.



A neck mass is an abnormal lump in the neck. Neck lumps or masses may be any size. They can be a sign of an infection or something more serious, such as cancer.

Acute & Chronic Sinusitis

When patients are diagnosed with recurrent or chronic sinusitis, they often benefit from functional endoscopic sinus surgery to resolve sinonasal symptoms and to reduce the frequency of infections.

Nasal Airway Obstruction

Septoplasty is a corrective surgical procedure done to straighten a deviated nasal septum. Inferior nasal turbinates are examined and reduced in size to provide improved nasal airflow.

Minimally Invasive


FESS, Balloon Sinus Surgery (Sinuplasty)

A minimally invasive technique is used to treat chronic or recurrent sinusitis infections. A small balloon, placed through the nose to dilate the sinus openings.

Skin Cancers Excision

& Reconstruction

Excision is the removal of a skin cancer along with some of the healthy skin tissue around it (margin). For this procedure, a local anesthetic is used to numb the area. After the cancerous area is removed, the incision is closed with stitches.


Anosmia the loss of the sense of smell, either total or partial. It may be caused by head injury, infection, or blockage of the nose.



 A nasal fracture is a break in the bone over the ridge of the nose. Treatment may involve splinting and realigning of the nose by hand or through surgery.



Nasal polyps are soft, noncancerous growths on the lining of your nose or sinuses. The condition can be treated with corticosteroids, other medications, or minor surgery.

Salivary Gland Diseases/Disorders

The salivary glands produce saliva to moisten the mouth, to help protect teeth from decay and to digest food. The three major salivary glands are the parotid gland, submandibular gland (also called the submaxillary gland) and sublingual glands. Saliva drains into the mouth through small tubes called ducts.

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