Welcome to ENTOffice.org


We strive to provide the highest quality ear, nose, and throat care available to ALL who seek our services.

By doing so, we aim to improve the value of our patients’ lives.

At ENTOffice.org, we recognize that you have a choice when it comes to your healthcare provider. This website contains information about our doctors, locations, hours, emergency practices and more. The more you know, the more comfortable we hope you will be.

Services we provide include but are not limited to: Hearing AidsSinus Infection and Allergy Treatment

We believe our website is the best way for you to stay connected to our practice and get the highest quality of care possible. We also provide 24/7 access to an array of information on many common healthcare topics.

On behalf of all our professionals and staff, we welcome you to our practice, and look forward to helping you preserve a lifetime of good health.

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Testimonials

  • "Dr Bernstein removed a nodule on my thyroid gland. And he was able to remove it successfully and the scarring was so minimal I was super impressed he is an awesome doctor. I would highly recommend him to anyone."
  • "Dr. B solved my ear problem within mere minutes. I had been told by others that I needed expensive tests and possibly surgery. I definitely recommend Dr. Bernstein."
  • "In my opinion, Dr. Berinstein is the BEST!!!"
  • "I've had lifelong ear problems & I would HIGHLY recommend Dr. B to anyone needing his expertise. He is extremely knowledgeable, very thorough, gentle & has excellent bedside manner. He & his staff run the most efficient office I have ever experienced."
  • "Dr Berinstein is the greatest! As is his team. The doctor is personable, knowledgeable, smart, patient, kind and attentive. He did sinus correction surgery for me and I just can't emphasize enough how impressed I am with him."
  • "The office staff was very friendly and informative. The audiologist was thorough and knowledgeable. Dr. Berinstein listened well, examined thoroughly, and explained clearly. I could not imagine a more positive experience. Thank you!"
  • "Lovely office, great follow-through. My experience has been extremely satisfactory. Orders were at the lab. I received nothing but kindness and professionalism from the entire staff. So glad my primary physician recommended this ENT office. Issue resolved!"
  • "Dr Todd Berinstein gives straight answers, with options and likely outcomes in terms that are understandable. He is respectful and never condescending, asks good questions and inspires confidence with his understanding, easy manner and good humor."
  • "Dr. Berinstein is the best! He listens, and he knows what to do to treat your problem. He is kind and truly cares. I had gone deaf in one ear which was very upsetting. He made sure I was okay and if I had any other questions before leaving. His treatment plan so far has restored most of my hearing and I am so thankful for him!"

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  • Vestibular Schwannoma

    Vestibular schwannoma is a benign (non-cancerous) tumor that grows on the eighth cranial nerve, which is responsible for hearing and balance. The tumors are rare, accounting for only five to seven percent of all brain tumors. However, for the part of the brain where they are located, called the cerebellopontine ...

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  • Vocal Cord Paralysis

    People have one set of two vocal cords, also known as vocal folds, that work together in your voice box to produce sound. They open when you breathe in to let the air flow through your lungs, and they close and vibrate when you speak (this is called phonation). To produce adequate voice, both vocal cords ...

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  • Turbinate Hypertrophy

    Turbinate hypertrophy refers to an excessive growth or enlargement of the turbinates, which are bony structures located inside the nose. They are covered with a special skin called mucosa, and they help filter, warm, and humidify the air as you breathe. The mucosa naturally swells during the normal nasal ...

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  • Tonsillitis

    Tonsillitis, also described as pharyngitis, refers to inflammation of the pharyngeal tonsils, which are lymph glands located in the back of the throat that are visible through the mouth. Typically, tonsillitis happens suddenly (acute). Some patients experience recurrent acute episodes of tonsillitis, ...

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  • Tonsillitis

    Tonsillitis, also described as pharyngitis, refers to inflammation of the pharyngeal tonsils, which are lymph glands located in the back of the throat that are visible through the mouth. Typically, tonsillitis happens suddenly (acute). Some patients experience recurrent acute episodes of tonsillitis, ...

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  • Tinnitus

    Over 50 million Americans have experienced tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, which is the perception of sound without an external source being present. About one in five people with tinnitus have bothersome tinnitus, which negatively affects their quality of life and/or functional health. Tinnitus may ...

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  • Thyroid Nodules

    The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland located at the base of the front of the neck. It produces thyroid hormone, which controls your metabolism, temperature regulation, and keeps your muscles and organs working properly. Diseases of the thyroid, whether functional (hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism) ...

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  • Thyroid Cancer

    The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland located at the base of the front of the neck. It produces thyroid hormone, which controls your metabolism, temperature regulation, and keeps your muscles and organs working properly. Thyroid cancer is very common, particularly in women. It is now one of the most ...

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  • Swimmer's Ear

    Swimmer’s ear (also called acute otitis externa) is a painful condition that affects the outer ear and ear canal that is caused by infection, inflammation, or irritation. These symptoms often occur after water gets trapped in your ear, especially if the water has bacteria or fungal organisms in it. ...

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  • Swimmer's Ear

    Swimmer’s ear (also called acute otitis externa) is a painful condition that affects the outer ear and ear canal that is caused by infection, inflammation, or irritation. These symptoms often occur after water gets trapped in your ear, especially if the water has bacteria or fungal organisms in it. ...

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