The ENT’s specialties
An ear, nose, and throat specialist is an expert in the diseases that affect the head and neck region. In this area, the systems are intimately linked. You know that your nose and your throat are directly connected (these make up your upper respiratory tract). But your ears are also connected to your throat by little bone canals (also called “auditory tubes”) located behind your nose.
Under these conditions, any problem that affects your ears, nose, or throat can have repercussions on the other elements of the area. So remain vigilant and contact a specialist if a problem persists or regularly recurs to prevent it from spreading or becoming chronic.