Cochlear implant technology has seen great advancements in recent years. Cleveland Clinic Hearing Implant Program Directors Erika Woodson, MD, and Sarah Sydlowski, AuD, PhD, share highlights of the program.
The ability to consider a range of options for free flap donor sites offers our head and neck cancer patients with complex post-extirpative facial defects the best chance for optimal functional and cosmetic outcomes while minimizing flap donor site morbidity.
Study looks at targeted laryngeal botulinum toxin therapy based on tremor subtypes.
Cleveland Clinic’s first total face transplant recipient, Katie Stubblefield, faced substantial dental challenges too. Physicians on the dentistry team explain how they addressed her issues.
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Head and neck surgeons highlight the advantages of the less invasive endoscopic endonasal approach to spine surgery.
Otolaryngology further specializes pediatric care for children with head and neck conditions with a new multidisciplinary clinic. Head and neck surgeon and clinic director Brandon Hopkins, MD, explains the approach to care for these children.
Cleveland Clinic audiologists highlight results from clinical studies looking at the benefits of hearing aids in comparison to combination devices for tinnitus.
Alan Kominsky, MD, Section Head of Surgical Sleep and Snoring in Cleveland Clinic’s Head & Neck Institute, says hypoglossal nerve stimulation is changing the surgical paradigm for OSA. Here’s why.