With Advanced Pediatric ENT Care
At AdventHealth for Children, formerly Florida Hospital for Children, we know that when ear, nose and throat (ENT) conditions affect your child, you want the right answers, team and compassion to heal them. That’s why our highly trained head and neck surgeons and specialists do everything possible to get to the root cause of a wide range of pediatric ENT issues while tailoring an effective course of treatment using the most advanced technologies and techniques available. And, they’ll work closely with other specialists throughout our large pediatric care network, including surgeons, audiologists and speech pathologists to help your child feel whole again.
Designed for Kids
- Quicker Healing Tonsillectomies
Our pediatric ENT specialists utilize coblation or microdebrider technology to make tonsillectomies less painful with a quicker healing time for your child. Using the microdebrider, which has a small rotating tip, our surgeons can remove 95 percent of the tonsils very precisely, leaving just a thin layer of tissue that protects the throat muscles. This can greatly reduce postoperative pain and recovery time.
- Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
Our pediatric ENT surgeons specialize in advanced endoscopic sinus surgery. Using digital guidance technologies, real-time imaging allows the surgeon to conduct complex sinus procedures with far greater accuracy than ever before. This helps us to support kids’ quicker, whole recovery in body, mind and spirit.
- Cochlear Implants
If it’s possible to help your child hear again, we will do everything possible to make it a reality. Our ENT experts performed the first single surgery bilateral cochlear implant in Central Florida. Our skilled pediatric otolaryngologists have dedicated bionic research to back their success in implanted hearing devices.
Conditions We Treat
- Airway Disorders and Stenosis
- Choanal Atresia
- Chronic Ear Infections
- Cleft Lip and Palate
- Congenital Narrowing or Absence of the Ear Canal
- Cystic Hygroma (Lymphangioma)
- Eating and Swallowing Problems
- Head and Neck Tumors
- Hearing Loss and Deafness
- Microtia (Small Ear)
- Nasal Obstruction
- Perforated Ear Drum
- Prominent or Malformed Ears
- Respiratory Papillomatosis
- Salivary Gland Disease
- Sleep Apnea
- Tonsil and Adenoid Disease
- Vocal Cord Dysfunction/Paralysis
- Voice Disorders