Doctor's Desk


Meet Our Team
 

We are home to a dedicated and experienced group of physicians and audiologists specializing in otolaryngology and audiology services. We treat a wide range of ear, nose, throat and hearing loss symptoms and are committed to providing exceptional healthcare solutions to patients of all ages throughout Southeastern Massachusetts.

Dr. Seema V. Byahatti

Dr. Seema V. Byahatti

Dr. Jagdish Dhingra

Dr. Jagdish Dhingra

Dr. Ameer Shah

Dr. Ameer Shah

Dr. Russell Shu

Dr. Russell Shu

Dr. Walid Dagher

Dr. Walid Dagher

Dr. Erik Berg

Dr. Erik Berg

Dr. Pratik Pradhan

Dr. Pratik Pradhan

Dr. Kimberly Russell

Dr. Kimberly Russell

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Otolaryngology?

What is an Otolaryngologist

All otolaryngologist must be certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology.
 

There are seven areas of expertise in the field of otolaryngology:

  1. Allergy. This includes treatment for hay fever, seasonal rhinitis, and chronic sinus infections.

  2. Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. This includes treatment for deviated septums, face lifts, and rhinoplasty.

  3. Head and Neck. This includes treatment for thyroid disorders, lumps in the neck, and cancer of the voice box.

  4. Laryngology (throat). This includes treatment for sore throats, swallowing disorders, and GERD.

  5. Otology/Neurotology (ears). This includes treatment for ear infections, hearing loss, and tinnitus.

  6. Pediatric Otolaryngology. This includes treatment for tonsil and adenoid infections, asthma, and sinus disease.

  7. Rhinology (nose). This includes treatment for stuffy noses, loss of smell, and nasal polyps.
     

Below is a handy self-screener that can help you determine if you should see an ENT.

  • Do you experience frequent hoarseness or sore throat?

  • Have you ever been told or suspect that you snore and/or stop breathing while you sleep?

  • Have you experienced four or more sinus infections in the past year?

  • Are your nasal symptoms worse in the spring, summer and/or fall?

  • Do you ever experience facial pain, facial pressure, sinus headaches or congestions?

  • Are visible signs of aging on your face making you appear tired or sad?
     

If you answered yes to two or more of these questions, you may be experiencing an ear, nose, or throat disorder. We recommend you to schedule an appointment today!