Whether you have sinus infections, allergies, hearing problems, dizziness, snoring or any other ear, nose and throat (ENT) problem, we can help. Memorial Village ENT has been serving the Greater Houston community since 1996.
Together with his team of medical staff including an audiologist, allergy and balance/dizziness technicians, Dr. Conrad Kyle McCutcheon is dedicated to taking care of your ENT needs so that you can reclaim your quality of life.
Sinusitis (also known as rhinosinusitis) is an inflammation of the sinus lining that prevents normal mucus drainage through the nose. This often leads to facial pain, swelling in the face, sinus headache, teeth pain and bad breath.
Treatments for sinusitis range from expensive medications to painful and highly invasive surgery.
Balloon Sinuplasty is a less invasive procedure to restore your diseased paranasal sinuses. Unlike traditional sinus surgery, there is no cutting and no removal of bone and tissue in balloon sinuplasty. We provide balloon sinuplasty proceedures to our patient in-office under local or general anesthesia. Most patients return to normal activity within 2 days.
Unresolved acute sinus infections can go on to become chronic sinusitis. Persistent nasal obstruction and/or bleeding may indicate structural deformities and/or more serious health problems that most often require surgery. Loss of the sense of smell and taste may occur as a consequence of nasal inflammatory disorders such as allergy and infection.
Let us help you resolve your ongoing pain so you can reclaim the active lifestyle you deserve.
Nasal allergic symptoms are experienced by up to one third of southeastern residents of the United States. The symptoms generally include sneezing, itching and/or watering eyes and nose, clear nasal discharge and nasal stuffiness. They may be associated with specific exposures, i.e. dog, cat or seasons as in pollen allergies, or may be year round. Allergies may also predispose an individual to sinus infections.
Memorial Village ENT provides several services to ease the pain and long-term effects of Allergy symptoms, including both shots and sublingual immunotherapy.
Approximately 15 % of American adults aged 18 and over report some trouble hearing. This occurs most often from excessive noise exposure or obstructions such as ear wax and fluid in the ear.
Ear infections are the most common cause of hearing loss in children. Hearing loss in children can be resolved with appropriate medical or surgical intervention. Tinnitus or ringing of the ears is a common disorder most often associated with hearing loss. Dizziness, balance disorders and vertigo may be caused by ear disease. Many other disorders such as diabetes, central nervous system disease, degenerative processes such as aging and medication may also contribute to these symptoms.