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Dr. Cote, Dr. Cutler, and Dr. Picerno Receive Top Doctors 2023 Honor from Castle Connolly and 5280 Magazine

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Dr. Cote, Dr. Cutler, and Dr. Picerno Receive Top Doctors 2023 Honor from Castle Connolly and 5280 Magazine

There are many “best doctors” lists out there, but not many are as reputable as the Top Doctors by Castle Connolly honor and the Top Doctors of Denver recognition from 5280 Magazine. Both have been releasing a list of the best doctors for over 30 years, and they have just announced their 2023 lists. They

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What is sleep-disordered breathing?

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What is sleep-disordered breathing?

Sleep-disordered breathing, SDB, is a term that many people use for sleep apnea. However, SDB and sleep apnea are two separate things. SDB refers to any condition that disrupts normal breathing when sleeping. It is a broad term describing several chronic health conditions that affect nighttime breathing. Some of the conditions that fall under SDB

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Types of Hearing Loss

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Types of Hearing Loss

Hearing loss describes any reduction in hearing. Hearing loss can make a significant impact on your everyday life, so it’s important to see an ENT specialist and discuss your best treatment options. It might surprise you to know there are a few different types of hearing loss. The type of hearing loss someone experiences depends

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Benefits of Cochlear Implants

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Benefits of Cochlear Implants

Cochlear implants have come a long way since their introduction for helping people who are hard of hearing make sense of their auditory environment. This procedure provides a way for electric signals to directly stimulate the hearing nerve, helping the user understand speech and conversation. Although cochlear implants may not completely replicate normal hearing, they

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How To Know If You Have A Deviated Septum

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How To Know If You Have A Deviated Septum

Whether your nose physically looks crooked or, more likely, you’re experiencing breathing problems, the cause might be due to a deviated septum. Correcting a deviated septum or addressing other underlying cosmetic or functional nasal concerns often requires surgery, but which type and how it’s performed varies widely by your concern and its cause. What is

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What Causes the Different Kinds of Sleep Apnea?

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What Causes the Different Kinds of Sleep Apnea?

What is Sleep Apnea? Sleep apnea is a common disorder where breathing continually stops or slows dramatically during sleep. This condition results in less oxygen concentration in the blood and can temporarily awaken sleepers at night. There are two essential types of sleep apnea; central sleep apnea and obstructive sleep apnea. Central Sleep Apnea Central

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What are Adenoids and How do You Treat Them?

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What are Adenoids and How do You Treat Them?

Adenoids: What are They? A part of the lymphatic system, adenoids are tissues that work to assist the immune system. Located in the upper throat area just behind the nose, adenoids, like tonsils, collect potentially harmful germs and bacteria as they enter the body. These lymphatic tissues help to fight infection and keep bodily fluids

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