General ENT Services in Plano, TX
What is an Otolaryngologist?
An Otolaryngologist is a physician trained in the medical and surgical care of head and neck disorders. Commonly referred to as an “ear, nose and throat doctor,” an Otolaryngologist must complete 4 years of medical school and then at least 5 years of head and neck surgical and medical residency training to be eligible for the American Board of Otolaryngology exam. To become board certified, the otolaryngologist must pass a written examination as well as a rigorous oral exam. Board Certified Otolaryngologists have demonstrated the required competency in otology (ear disorders), rhinology (nasal and sinus disorders), allergy, head and neck surgery (thyroid and parathyroid surgery, throat cancer, salivary gland surgery, sleep apnea surgery, neck tumors), pediatric ear, nose and throat disorders, laryngology (voice and swallowing disorders) and facial plastic surgery. Otolaryngologists serve as community resources for public health issues including hearing impairment, oral and skin cancer prevention, obstructive sleep apnea and air quality.
Dr. Lunde provides care for a variety of ear disorders as it relates to hearing loss, balance disorders, and ear surgery. While there are many causes for these conditions, Dr. Lunde will take the time to fully evaluate your condition and discuss the treatment option best for your condition.
Ear surgery including eardrum repair
Treatment for sudden hearing loss
Dr. Lunde provides both functional and cosmetic surgery for pediatric ear disorders. If you have any concerns about your child’s health, schedule a pediatric ENT consultation for the testing and treatment of your child’s condition.
Tonsil and adenoid surgery
Treatment of ear infections
Nasal allergy testing and allergy drops
Correction of prominent ears
Head and Neck Surgery
Dr. Lunde is double board certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery as well as the American Board of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery. Contact Dr. Lunde if you are considering head and neck surgery for the treatment of an ENT condition.
Salivary gland disorders and surgery
Mouth and throat cancers
Thyroid and parathyroid surgery
Snoring and Sleep Apnea
Snoring is common but if it begins to interfere with your sleep or cause unwanted symptoms, contact Dr. Lunde to discuss the treatment options available based on your condition.
Evaluation and treatments
Pillar Implants for snoring
Throat and Voice Disorders
If you are experiencing symptoms of a throat and voice disorder such as hoarseness and vocal strain, contact Dr. Lunde to discuss your symptoms and the treatment options available at our ENT clinic.
Voice and swallowing problems