Center for Dysphagia and Swallowing Disorders
Specialists at the Center for Dysphagia and Swallowing Disorders provide a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach with a team of otolaryngologists, thoracic surgeons, gastroenterologists, radiologists, speech therapists and nutritionists to evaluate and treat patients who have difficulty swallowing food or liquids.
Center for Hearing and Balance
The Center for Hearing and Balance is an interdisciplinary group of physicians, surgeons and supportive medical specialists who take a comprehensive approach to patients with these problems. Programs are designed to address chronic ear disease, audiology and hearing evaluations, hearing augmentation and rehabilitation, balance disorders and lateral skull base tumors. To schedule appointments call (713) 798-HEAR (4327) or for balance disorders, (713) 798-6336.
Facial Plastic Surgery Center
The Facial Plastic Surgery Center provides a wide range of surgical and non-surgical procedures for the cosmetic, reconstructive and medical enhancement of the face and neck.
The Baylor Otolaryngology Clinic treats allergic and nonallergic nasal and sinus disorders, sleep disorders, thyroid and parathyroid conditions, and general otolaryngology conditions. To schedule appointments call (713) 798-5900 or (888) 531-2ENT (2368).
Institute for Voice and Swallowing
The Institute for Voice and Swallowing at Baylor College of Medicine offers a comprehensive interdisciplinary approach to voice and swallowing disorders, bringing advanced care to patients with a foundation of basic and applied research. Our programs in the areas of professional voice, interventional laryngology, dysphagia, cough and airway are also the framework for education to help promote a new definition of best practice in the community.
The Sinus Center at Baylor College of Medicine offers advanced care for patients with sinusitis, nasal polyposis, fungal sinusitis, nasal congestion, and tumors of the nasal cavity and skull base. Minimally invasive and computer-assisted surgical techniques are available for patients with refractory or complex nasal and sinus disease.
Baylor College of Medicine physicians in the Otolaryngology Division at Texas Children's Hospital evaluate and treats children from birth to17 years of age who have common problems as well as complex medical conditions of the ear, nose, throat, and head and neck.