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Sniffles, sneezes and a host of diseases find their way into our children’s ears, nose and throat all the time. Children average eight to 10 colds a year, yet when they last two weeks or more it may be a sign of a more serious problem. Allergies, for example, can lead to long-term problems with swallowing, sleeping, hearing and breathing. Ear infections, the most common complaint for little kids, are also the most common cause of hearing loss in children.

We understand that children are not just small adults, they have special needs. Dr. Boozan is extensively trained to care for all of your pediatric ENT concerns. He has been caring for babies, children, teens and young adults for many years. We treat our patients with kindness and compassion – the way we would want our own family to be treated. We use the latest in clinical and technological advancements to care for our patients and will do all that is medically possible to ensure your child has the best possible outcome and highest quality of care. In addition, we manage a thorough follow-up care program and work closely with your pediatrician and other pediatric specialists to ensure continued optimal care and treatment for your child.

Thank you for trusting us to care for your most prized possession.