Nose and Sinus Diseases

Clinical Services: Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT; Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery)
Upper East Side
1305 York Ave, 5th floor
New York, NY 10021
(646) 962-3681
Upper West Side
2315 Broadway, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10024
(646) 962-3681
Lower Manhattan
156 William Street, 12th Floor
New York, NY 10038
(646) 962-3681

Nose and sinus problems can be painful, bothersome and difficult to live with. They can cause severe pain, fatigue, headache, breathing difficulties, loss of smell and other symptoms. You may experience mild symptoms or suffer severely.

You don’t have to live with the discomfort of nose and sinus problems. Our compassionate team of nose and sinus experts can provide treatment for these disorders that are minimally invasive, less painful and yield great results — helping you take greater control of your health to live more comfortably.

Why Choose Weill Cornell Medicine?

Multidisciplinary care from leading experts: When you choose Weill Cornell Medicine, you have access to a network of doctors and specialists. Your nose and sinus specialist may consult with experts in allergy, pulmonology, neurology, neurosurgery, sleep medicine and other medical professionals as needed. 

Weill Cornell Medicine partners with NewYork-Presbyterian, one of the top hospital systems in New York City and the U.S.

Comprehensive care founded on cutting-edge research: As a patient, your care will be based on the latest knowledge and highest standards. The most innovative surgical tools, including intraoperative image guidance, are utilized in your treatment.

Nose and Sinus Diseases We Diagnose and Treat 

Our physicians at the Weill Cornell Medicine Ear, Nose and Throat Department are committed to providing the highest-quality nose and sinus disease care, offering solutions tailored to each patient. Our physicians are leaders in the field, using the latest diagnostic equipment and minimally invasive procedures to address your sinus and nasal problems, including: 

●      Sinusitis
●      Sinus tumors
●      Pituitary tumors
●      Deviated septums
●      Allergic rhinitis
●      Orbital decompression for Graves’ disease
●      Nasal polyps (non-cancerous growths that form in the nasal passage)
●      Nosebleeds

When you become a patient at Weill Cornell Medicine, you and your doctor will discuss your symptoms and health in detail. Your doctor will also conduct a thorough evaluation of your hearing and ears to diagnose your specific nose or sinus disease. Your doctor may also refer you to an allergist if needed.

Treatment options: After diagnosing your nose or sinus disease, your doctor will develop a personalized treatment plan. This may include:

●      Medications
●      Balloon sinuplasty (An in-office procedure in which a balloon is inserted into the sinus passageway to open and widen it. When the balloon is deflated, sinus drainage and function improves.)
●      Inferior turbinate reduction (An in-office procedure in which the inferior turbinate passageway of the nose is reduced in size to improve nasal airflow.)
●      Specialized head and neck surgical treatment, including minimally invasive surgery of the nose or sinus

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Whether you visit us virtually through a Video Visit or you see us in-person, you can be assured that we will deliver the highest standards of care with compassion. Our team has taken every step to keep our facilities safe for you to continue your care. Learn more about our safety measures and the changes we’ve made to your patient experience.

Meet Our Physicians 

The physicians at the Weill Cornell Medical Center’s Ear, Nose, and Throat Department offer patients the highest level of safety and care. As a top-ranked academic medical center, you have access to our extensive network of specialists who provide seamless care throughout your treatment — to promote your long-term physical and mental health.

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