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From the category archives: Raleigh Capitol Ear, Nose & Throat

Sinus surgery can alleviate congestion or difficulty breathing. Our ENT doctors in Raleigh, Cary & Wake Forest can perform simple surgeries to help you breath better.

What Are Keloids and Do They Have to Be Removed?

Suppose you decided to get your nose pierced. You go to a reputable place, get the piercing, and follow all of the self-care instructions. One month later, you notice a large bump in the piercing area. This can be an indication of a keloid, which is one of the most common complications associated with body piercings. There are a number of factors to consider when choosing types of keloid treatment. Learn how to treat keloids in this article.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Skull Base Tumors

While these tumors are not common, they can provide several symptoms such as nasal congestion, nosebleeds and dizziness. However, because these are symptoms that can apply to a variety of conditions, skull base tumors are very difficult to diagnose.

Following are frequently asked questions about skull base tumors.

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Adenoids: What They Are and Why They Can Cause Problems

If you've had your tonsil removed when you were a child, you most likely had your adenoids removed at the same time. While everyone knows where their tonsils are located, many aren’t aware of where their adenoids are and don’t understand the role they play in preventing infection.

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The Most Common Sinus Surgeries

When medication intervention fails to relieve chronic sinus problems, millions of Americans turn to sinus surgery to provide long-term relief. Our ear nose and throat physicians at Raleigh Capitol ENT have decades of experience performing sinus procedures, and we’ve outlined some of the most common.

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Which Patients Benefit the Most From Balloon Sinuplasty?

Sinuplasty has proven itself to be a very effective treatment for those dealing with chronic rhinosinusitis. Through this minimally invasive procedure, a tiny balloon is inserted into the blocked sinus cavity, inflated, deflated and then removed. As a result, the sinus passages are opened, allowing fluid to drain.

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5 Common Facial Plastic Surgeries

When you think of cosmetic surgery, the first thing that may come to mind is dramatic “before” and “after” pictures. While these procedures can remarkably transform your appearance, some also make an extraordinary difference in your health and well-being.

These common procedures are performed by our ENT physicians, and in some cases, they can be performed in-office or on an outpatient basis. Here we take a look at five common facial plastic surgeries, why they’re done, and how they can help you.

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Four Effective Treatments for Children’s Allergies

No parents want to see their children miss out on the fun activities of spring and summer because of sniffling, sneezing and a sore throat.  If these happen at the same time every year, your child may have seasonal allergies. If they battle these symptoms year round, they may have chronic allergies. The good news is that physicians at Raleigh Capitol Ear Nose and Throat have expertise in helping children overcome their seasonal or chronic allergies. Each treatment is carefully tailored to fit your child’s needs. Following are four effective treatments for children's allergies. 

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Four Common Causes of a Stuffy Nose

No one is immune to one of the most common medical aliments in the world: a stuffy nose. Many things can cause it, from structural abnormalities to irritation from dust or dander. Only your ear nose and throat doctor can determine the precise cause of a stuffy nose, but following are some of the most common causes and some tips to keep you healthy.

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Four Causes of Chronic Sinus Problems

Triangle residents are all too familiar with Raleigh’s beltline traffic. When everything runs smoothly, cars zip easily to their destinations. Now imagine that a lane is closed. Traffic slows, transforming your drive into a frustrating delay. Something similar happens with a chronic sinus infection. When your sinuses are irritated or swollen, nasal passageways swell, preventing drainage. This causes a “traffic jam” in your nose, which causes irritation or infection. See four common causes of sinus problems and how to resolve or manage them.

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Three Things You Need to Know About Sinus Infections

You already know a lot about sinusitis. No one has to explain the annoying facial pressure, the stuffiness and clogged nasal passages that spell misery during allergy season and, for some, year-round. However, there’s much more to “Sinusitis 101” than symptoms. Learning more about the condition can help you speak to your doctor about the best course of treatment.

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