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Welcome to The Toledo Clinic ENT Sinus Center of Excellence practice website. The physicians and clinicians at The Toledo Clinic ENT Sinus Center of Excellence provide both medical and surgical management of ear, nose and throat conditions for children and adults in the Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan area. Dr. Oliver Jenkins and Dr. Christopher Perry are both board certified in Otolaryngology and experts in the management of patients with allergy, nasal and sinus problems.  Dr. Jenkins has special training and expertise in Balloon Sinuplasty, Computer Guided Sinus Surgery and anterior skull base surgery.  Dr. Perry has advanced training and expertise in Balloon Sinuplasty and Rhinoplasty (cosmetic and functional nasal surgery). For more information on Balloon Sinuplasty™ go to www.balloonsinuplasty.com For more information on Cosmetic Nasal Surgery go to www.toledorhinoplasty.com We are proud to offer a “one stop shop” with a “one visit, one co-pay” concept at our main office location in Toledo.

Nasal & Sinus

Balloon Sinuplasty (BSP) is a safe and effective procedure for patients with chronic sinusitis who are not responding well to medications and are seeking relief from uncomfortable and painful sinus symptoms such as nasal congestion, sinus pressure, headaches, drainage and loss of smell.

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Audiology

Our audiology clinic will conduct a hearing evaluation, which will include a number of specialized tests. The evaluation is used to help assess whether a patient has normal hearing or has a hearing deficit. By using a battery of tests, a health care professional (audiologist) can determine the type and degree of hearing loss.

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Allergy

The initial step in the treatment of an allergy is an accurate diagnosis by an otolaryngic allergist (ENT). It involves deciding whether the patient’s symptoms are caused by an allergy and, if so, determining what triggers the allergy as accurately as possible.

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Snoring/Sleep Apnea

When you sleep, air passages at the back of the nose and mouth become partially blocked. Snoring is the noise caused by air attempting to flow past the blockage. In many cases, this noise can fully or partially be traced to the soft palate—the area located on the roof of your mouth between the hard palate and the uvula.

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