Arizona Otolaryngology Consultants (AOC) was established in 1997 and has selected physicians with the highest level of training and expertise in ENT care and ENT subspecialty care. 

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August 17, 2016

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A cholesteatoma is a skin growth or cyst that develops from repeated infections to the middle ear, or from the tearing of the eardrum. This abnormal skin growth is often the result of dead skin cells and other debris building up in the middle ear cavity. In this blog, the physicians at AOC explain what causes... Read More
August 12, 2016

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Have you ever wondered why your voice sounds different on a recording? This is a frequently ask question we receive from patients who have a general interest in how their ears, nose, and throat work. In this blog, the physicians at AOC take the time to explain why your voice sounds different on a recording.... Read More
August 10, 2016

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According to the American Osteopathic Association, one in five teens today suffers from some degree of hearing loss, which is 30% higher than teens in the ‘80s and ‘90s. Experts speculate this increase in hearing loss is largely due to increased headphone use. In this blog, the physicians at AOC address the... Read More
August 9, 2016

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Bell’s palsy is a neurological disorder that causes sudden weakness in the facial muscles. This condition can cause paralysis and distortions to the face, making one half of the face appear droopy.   In this blog, the ENT doctors at AOC discuss the various treatment options available for patients with Bell’s... Read More
August 5, 2016

If your child’s pediatrician discovers an ear, nose, or throat-related health problem during a check-up, they may recommend seeing a pediatric otolaryngologist for further evaluation. Chronic ear infections, inflamed tonsils, and upper airway noises are common airway-related conditions that should be seen by a specialist before they become...

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December 31, 2015

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Tinnitus is described as a constant ringing in the ears. According to Mayo Clinic, tinnitus is relatively common and affects roughly 1 in 5 people in the United States. In this blog, the physicians at AOC explain what tinnitus is and what can cause the phenomenon.

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