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 Assistants and other providers who are trained for ENT surgeries and 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.
What our Patients Say
Dr Susan Eckardt is DA BOMB
My children have been patients of SCENT since 2003. I never could have imagined that I would be one at 40 years old. They were amazing and I am truly thankful for the care I received. Dr. Varma did my surgery and I saw PA-C Christy Beranek daily. We are so lucky to have such an amazing team available to us.
It may take awhile to get an appointment because they're booked and that's when you know that the doctors are good and has been in the practice for a long time. But it's worth the wait. I got treated there like I was a family friend for years and so comfortable because they take time to listen to your concerns and explain the next step of your treatment. I have seen the 3 of the doctors already since it's difficult getting a schedule and all of them Dr Varma, Dr Willner and Dr Yoshpe were all great and very knowledgeable in their practice. Highly recommended to everyone in So CAL since they have other office locations. I am one happy patient.
Physicians are worth the wait time.!!!
The doctors here are the best around! I will never go anywhere else. They truly care about their patients and the office staff is great!
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