ENT Frequently Asked Questions

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Below are some frequently asked question. Feel free to take a look and hopefully it will answer any questions you may have. If you don’t see an answer to your question please feel free to contact us!

How do I make an appointment?

We would love to hear from you and get you an appointment to come in and visit one of our professionals. Click here to make an appointment.

Do you accept insurance?

Yes. We accept…

What types of services does your practice offer?

Our practice encompasses the ENT Specialists, Audiology Specialists, and Balance Center. We offer treatment to a wide range of topics including, but not limited to: Any Ear, Nose and Throat issues or treatments, any Auditory needs such hearing aids and protection, any issues dealing with breathing, sinus or allergies and any sleep quality and/or issues.

Will insurance cover treatment for my snoring?

Yes. Snoring is usually associated with other mild issues dealing with Sleep Apnea or Upper Airway air flow. Once evaluated, insurance may be used to cover these costs. 

How can I get to know more about the staff at ENT Specialists & Audiology Center?

We staff many professionals here at ENT Specialists. To get to know more about us and learn a bit about each of our histories, please click here to learn more about who we are!

Can you help me sleep better?

Often poor sleep is secondary to other issues involving the Ears, Nose, and Throat. If you believe this is the case for you then come in and see us for an evaluation.

Can women get Sleep Apnea?

Yes, women can have Sleep Apnea. However, symptoms may differ from those in men. Contact us if you feel that you may suffer from it.

I'm told that I sometimes stop breathing while I sleep. Is this serious?

Yes, it can be. It is important to come in for an evaluation if you believe you are having intermittent breaks in breathing while you sleep.

Can I get allergies later in life?

Yes. Anyone can develop allergic reactions  at any stage in life. Most individual’s peak age for developing allergies are typically in their teens, but some develop them later in life.

I feel like I get great sleep. Can I still have Sleep Apnea?

Absolutely. Often disrupted sleep due to Sleep Apnea happens without the knowledge of those that have it. You may feel that you have had a great night of sleep but feel tired and sleep deprived later in the day. 

Now offering Vitural Doctor visits!

We are now offering virtual appointments online. If you would like to avoid coming into the office and would rather do a virtual video appointment online then give us a call to schedule an appontment.