People with ear, nose, and throat disorders need expert medical care to breathe easier, hear and speak well, eat and drink safely, and avoid falls due to chronic dizziness. Our team of ENT specialists works together to provide comprehensive care for the full spectrum of ear, nose, and throat disorders. Whether you have hearing loss with or without an underlying cause, a voice disorder, balance concerns, or swallowing difficulties (dysphagia), our otolaryngologists and other ENT experts can diagnose and treat your condition. We help you regain your health and resume your active participation in daily and professional activities.
Duke Health offers locations throughout the Triangle. Find one near you.
Conditions We Treat
- Acoustic Neuroma
- Balance Disorders
- Cochlear Implant Surgery
- Ear Diseases
- Eyelid Surgery and Facial Surgery
- Head and Neck Cancers
- Hearing Aids
- Hearing Loss and Hearing Disorders
- Meniere's Disease
Why Choose Duke
Complex Care for Head and Neck Conditions
Otolaryngologists are surgeons by training who coordinate with multiple specialties when conditions affect the head and neck. They are specially equipped to perform delicate surgical maneuvers around the nerves and muscles of the head, neck, and face. We work closely with neurosurgeons, endocrinologists, medical oncologists, oral surgeons, and many other specialists to ensure you get the most effective and appropriate care for your condition.
Many Otolaryngology Subspecialists
We bring together all the otolaryngology (ear, nose, and throat) experts you need, including:
- Rhinologists -- doctors with advanced training in disorders of the nose and sinuses
- Otologists/neurotologists -- doctors specializing in ear surgery and neurological disorders of the ear
- Laryngologists -- specialists in the throat and voice
- Head and neck cancer specialists
- Facial plastic surgeons
- Doctorate-level audiologists, speech pathologists, and singing and performing voice specialists
We offer the latest digital hearing aids and cochlear implants, laser therapy for vocal cord and laryngeal disorders, voice microsurgery, and personalized care for skull base tumors, vocal disorders, swallowing problems, and dizziness or balance disorders. We also offer a broad selection of highly effective medical and minimally invasive surgical options.
Access to Clinical Trials
In addition to receiving the best available current therapies for your ear, nose, and throat disorders, you may be eligible to participate in clinical trials evaluating new therapies that are not widely available.
Manage Your Health with Duke MyChart
Schedule appointments, view lab results, request prescription refills, communicate with your provider, and pay bills using our secure patient portal, Duke MyChart. Our electronic medical record system is also accessed by every Duke doctor in every Duke facility, so your care is always coordinated.
In addition, Duke University Hospital is proud to be named the best hospital in North Carolina, and nationally ranked in 10 adult and 9 pediatric specialties by U.S. News & World Report for 2019–2020.