One of Southern California’s Most Patient-Oriented ENT Practices
We care ABOUT you as well as FOR you.
Southern California Ear, Nose, & Throat’s board-certified otorhinolaryngologists specialize in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of a full spectrum of ear, nose, and throat disorders, as well as areas within the head and neck. With a commitment to providing the highest quality care and the most advanced treatments, our providers at Southern California Ear, Nose, & Throat are uniquely qualified to treat each condition individually. They specialize in many ENT services, such as:
- Balloon Sinuplasty
- Sleep Apnea Treatment
- Thyroid Cancer Surgery
- Hearing Loss Treatment
Southern California Ear, Nose, & Throat is also staffed with Physician Assistant and nurse practitioners who are trained for ENT procedures. With a certified and experienced staff, we also have many affiliations, both local and national. We serve five local communities in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. All offices are fully staffed and offer the latest technologies and exceptionally comprehensive services.
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This March, Dr. Namrata Varma went on a mission trip to Guatemala through an organization called Mending Kids, a non-profit that provides surgical care for children across the globe. While in Guatemala, Dr. Varma and her team operated on 41 children and were able to remove tracheostomies (long-term breathing tubes placed in the neck to bypass an obstruction of the airway) in 2 patients who were once told they would need to have the tube in their neck for life.
Otolaryngologist is the medical term for an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) specialist. This type of specialist treats many conditions of the ear including hearing impairment, infections, disorders affecting balance, tinnitus (ringing in the ears), and pain. Let’s learn more about when to see Southern California Ear,
Anyone who shares a bed or a room with a snorer knows how disruptive it is. You shake the bed, nudge them, and as a last resort, you might even throw your pillow at them. They keep you awake, and they may be causing themselves harm.