Ear, nose, and throat specialists are the doctors who treat snoring?

Sleep Specialist. You could talk to your ent, but you can also talk to your primary care physician about snoring. He/she may refer you to a board certified sleep specialist md to determine if your just have primary snoring, or a more complex problem called sleep apnea. You can then discuss your options for teatment.
Sometimes. An ENT doctor may be of help if you have extremely large tonsils and a very broad and long uvula. Surgical removal of these structures may significantly reduce your snoring or sleep disorder. You should have a sleep study first and determine if you are a candidate for a CPAP machine. The base of the tongue is the major cause of sleep disorders. So a dental appliance may help.

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My ent doctor scoped me in my throat and up my nose and checked my ears with a tool he said no pre cancer does that mean no oral cancer?

Oral Exam. Did your ENT also check your mouth? If so, I guess you are clear. Call and ask them. Read more...
No oral cancer. ENT doctors always inspect your face, neck, throat, lips, nose and mouth to look for any signs of oral or other cancer. Screening for head and neck cancer is part of ENT's comprehensive examination. Read more...
See your dentist. As other Dr.'s have noted, please see your dentist to evaluate any concerns regarding oral cancer. Read more...

My ears have been blocked on and off for a year. Doc perscribed nasal sprays and saw ENT specialist who gave me another nasal spray. It hasn't worked?

See an allergist. You may have allergies. If you do, and sprays do not work then the next option to consider is allergy shots. Skin tests would be the first step before anything else. Avoiding what you are allergic to is also important. Read more...