Chronic sinus and nasal and ear problems
Blocked ears and sinuses can cause a host of issues beyond muffled hearing and trouble breathing. People that suffer from chronic nasal problems often have recurrent infections, a blocked nose, nasal discharge or congestion, headaches, facial pain, trouble smelling and tasting food, a persistent cough, and fatigue.
We are our own worst critics and many times when we look in the mirror we see minor defects that we feel could be improved. If you have considered facial surgery to improve the appearance of your nose, London, Ontario’s Dr. Brian Rotenberg can help.
Tonsil Stone Cryptolysis
When debris like bits of food, bacteria, dead cells, mucus, etc. get trapped in the crevices of the tonsils, it can calcify and become what is called a “tonsil stone”. These tiny stones can go undetected for quite some time and do not pose a risk to your health. However, the number one complaint of people that have them is unrelenting bad breath.
Dr. Brian Rotenberg, MD MPH FRCSC
Dr. Rotenberg completed his MD degree at the University of Toronto, and received residency certification in Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery from Royal College...