Sleep Apnea Sufferers May Benefit from Sinus Surgery

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One of the most common sleep disorders in Las Vegas is sleep apnea. Patients with sleep apnea don’t only experience poor sleep quality; they have a higher risk for a number of physical health complications including heart disease, stroke and diabetes. Patients who can’t tolerate CPAP – the standard treatment for sleep apnea – might Read More

CT Scans Now Available at Nevada Ear + Sinus Institute

We are excited to announce that Nevada Ear + Sinus Institute have received a three-year accreditation by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) to perform Maxillofacial Computed Tomography (CT) scan in our office. CT scans are a highly regarded diagnostic imaging tool that can detect abnormalities, injuries and diseases. It’s ability to identify minute differences in Read More

Do You Have Seasonal Allergies…or Sinusitis?

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Spring is well underway now in Nevada and across the U.S. Unfortunately, many people in Las Vegas are experiencing the seasonal onslaught of springtime allergies…or at least they think they are. In many cases, the symptoms attributed to allergies are actually the result of chronic sinus infections. Learning to tell them apart can result in Read More

The Hidden Dangers of Cotton Swabs

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They say you shouldn’t stick anything in your ear smaller than an elbow. Think that’s an old wives’ tale? A man from Coventry, England would beg to differ. Resist the Urge to Poke Around in There Many people in Las Vegas routinely clean their ears with cotton swabs or Q-tips. No big deal, right? After Read More

Hearing Loss & Diabetes

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An estimated 30 million Americans – or one out of ten people in Las Vegas – has diabetes, making it one of the nation’s leading health concerns. Another 84 million have prediabetes, which means their odds of developing the disease within the next five years are markedly higher. There is a wide variety of potential Read More

Penicillin Allergy: Less Cause for Alarm Than Previously Thought

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If you’re one of the approximately ten percent of people in Las Vegas who is allergic to penicillin, you might want to consider going in for an allergy test in order to confirm this is actually the case. New research shows that many patients who have avoided penicillin their entire lives actually have nothing to Read More

Help Your Hearing Thrive from 9 to 5

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Whether you work in an office or a less traditional setting, the only thing you really want to bring home from work is a steady paycheck. But many people in Las Vegas end up with job-related hearing loss. It’s the responsibility of your employer to ensure a safe environment in which to work, but why Read More

How to Shop Better with Hearing Loss

‘Tis the season…to shop ‘til you drop! Maneuvering through crowded shopping malls is difficult enough during the holidays; when you’ve got hearing loss, it’s an even tougher proposition. We’ve got some tips for those with hearing loss in Las Vegas who are still scouring the aisles for last-minute gifts. We can’t tell you what to Read More

Why You Should Start the Hearing Aid Process Now

When you’re young, your Christmas wish list is easy: a doll, a football, or – this being the 21st century – a smartphone. Grown-up Christmas wishes are harder. If you’re experiencing hearing loss in Las Vegas asking Santa for hearing aids may result in the best gift of all. Hearing Loss in Las Vegas Hearing Read More

Can You Repair Your Own Hearing Aids?

If you fancy yourself a handyperson and know the difference between socket, adjustable, and Allen wrenches, you might be tempted to tinker with your hearing aids should they suddenly quit working. While a DIY mentality is admirable, your Las Vegas audiologist doesn’t recommend attempting to repair hearing aids yourself; they are sophisticated instruments with complex Read More