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7 Myths About Tinnitus

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7 Myths About Tinnitus

Experiencing a ringing in the ears is a condition known as tinnitus. This noise does not come from an outside source, but instead is produced from your own ears and cannot be heard by anyone else. Tinnitus is fairly common and can have a negative impact on your daily life.   There are a handful

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Smell Training At AOO

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Smell Training At AOO

Associates of Otolaryngology is pleased to announce that we are offering olfactory training for patients with complaints of dysosmia. We would be happy to evaluate and treat your patients with smell complaints. What is Olfactory Training? ·         Post-infectious olfactory dysfunction is the most common cause of olfactory dysfunction. ·         Research shows that olfactory (smell) training is an

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Vent O’s

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Vent O’s

Sinus Problems Are you experiencing sinus problems such as facial pain and pressure or difficulty breathing through your nose? You may be suffering from a condition known as sinusitis. At Associates of Otolaryngology, we offer a new way of treating sinusitis that may be right for you at our Denver-area offices. This procedure uses a

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SLIT vs SCIT in allergy immunotherapy

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SLIT vs SCIT in allergy immunotherapy

The nasal cavity is central in breathing processes. The nasal valve is the narrow, internal area of the nose that limits airflow. When it becomes narrower, collapses, or gets in touch with foreign materials, there are breathing problems. Stenosis is the resultant problem that occurs when the nasal cavity collapses; it restricts blood flow by

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