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During this special time of year we are especially grateful for all of our wonderful patients. We thank you for having confidence in us and allowing us to provide you with the most comprehensive care possible.
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Richmond ENT! 🦃

A friendly reminder, our office will be closed Wednesday-Friday.
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Children who swallow disc-shaped batteries should be treated as quickly as possible.

The Los Angeles Times (9/20, Khan) “Booster Shots” blog pointed out that although disc-shaped batteries “should not be part of your child’s food pyramid, they’re increasingly becoming an issue in our high-tech environment.” In addition to the choking hazard, “the alkaline in the power cells can destroy tissue, and small-voltage electrical shocks can cause internal […]

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Chronic Sinusitis Research Study

Richmond ENT is designated research site for two national clinical trials evaluating outcomes following balloon dilation of the sinuses. One of these studies, restricted to patients with isolated maxillary sinus disease, will pay for the cost of your surgery. Call now to see if you may qualify. Click below to download the Flyer:

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Audiology Lunch and Learn Series

Join Richmond ENT for a Complimentary Lunch. Call (804) 937-EARS to for details and reservations.

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Swine flu no longer a major threat to USA

It is time for your annual flu shot. Vaccinations are available during regular business hours without an appointment, and may be covered by participating insurance plans. This year, the H1N1 “swine” influenza is combined with the regular seasonal influenza in a single vaccination.  Even better news: the CDC has reported that due to the heroic […]

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We are in Boston this week!

In an effort to continue to bring you the most current diagnostic and treatment options, our entire medical staff has traveled to Boston for the world’s largest gathering of otolaryngologists: the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery Foundation Annual Meeting. In association with this meeting, Richmond ENT has been represented at meetings […]

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World Medical Missions Cleft Lip and Palate Mission to Kijabe, Kenya

Even as a board-certified facial plastic surgeon, I do not commonly see or treat cleft lip and cleft palate in my Richmond practice. These severely disfiguring congenital anomalies are routinely treated at an early age at academic medical institutions. However, in other parts of the world, access to plastic surgical care is not available. Patients […]

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