Can Babies Wear Hearing Aids?


Approximately three of every 1,000 babies are born with hearing loss. Fortunately, with newborn hearing screenings as common practice in the U.S., most cases of infant hearing loss are caught by age three months and treated by age six months. The most common treatment for infant hearing loss is hearing aids. What Style of Hearing Read More

Do You Have a Virus or a Sinus Infection?

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Getting sick during the winter is almost a given. Determining whether your sore throat, sneezing and runny nose are caused by a cold, sinus infection or the flu is important, as each requires a different treatment approach. By the Numbers According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Americans adults have two to three Read More

Uncommonly Common Hearing Issues

When you think of hearing problems, the first things that come to mind are probably hearing loss and ear infections. While these certainly top the list, the ears are complex structures and subject to a variety of hearing issues. Residents of Las Vegas might be diagnosed with hearing problems ranging from a ringing sensation to Read More

Treating Sinus Infections without Surgery

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Sinus infections are one of the most common chronic health conditions in Las Vegas. About 37 million Americans are diagnosed with chronic sinusitis, an infection that lasts longer than eight weeks. Patients deal with cold-like symptoms that cause pain and misery; often, surgery is the only way they can find relief. A new research study Read More

Can Lasers Help Chronic Sinusitis Sufferers?

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Chronic sinusitis is widespread in Las Vegas and across Nevada. Some 37 million Americans suffer from this persistent sinus infection, which causes a range of painful cold-like symptoms. Often, medications are ineffective, leaving many patients with few options beyond surgery. New research shows that lasers be an effective long-term solution. Laser Ablation & Sinus Infections Read More

Nasal Surgery May Help Chronic Headache Sufferers

nasal surgery may help headache sufferers

Headaches are nothing new for many people in Las Vegas. An occasional dull ache is one thing, but when headaches are persistent, they can severely impact your quality of life. While there are many possible causes of chronic headaches, some individuals might find relief from nasal surgery. Relieving Obstructed Breathing Could Help Tame Headaches Factors Read More

Your Nose Knows

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We have a tendency to self-diagnosis ourselves, even though most people in Las Vegas are not doctors. Dusty air making you sneeze? “I’ve got sinuses!” you might say. Well, yes – we all have sinuses. Four pairs, actually. These hollow cavities in the skull help humidify and filter the air we breathe. They are also Read More

Don’t Let Hearing Loss Force You Into Early Retirement

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Once upon a time, people were rewarded for career longevity with gold watches and pensions. The times may have changed, with fewer people remaining loyal to one company their entire lives, but improvements in health care have resulted in people pushing back the traditional retirement age and working well into their 60s or even 70s. Read More

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