Our Locations

With nearly 20 locations across North and South Carolina, we want you to find the location that works best for you, your schedule, and your family.

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Our Providers

CEENTA has over 100 eye and ENT providers offering a full spectrum of services to you and your family. Whether your concern is big or small, we have the specialists to clearly examine, diagnose, and treat most issues.

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Cataract Care at CEENTA

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Careers

Charlotte Eye Ear Nose & Throat Associates frequently wins awards for being one of the best places to work in North Carolina. Our organization is filled with wonderful opportunities for growth and expansion. We would like to encourage you to view our current openings for positions within our organization and if you see a position that interests you, then apply. We are always looking for qualified candidates to be a part of our growing team.

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What Our Patients Have to Say

I had cataracts in both eyes... Now thanks to my surgery I only need glasses to read small print and I can drive at night without any problems. Dr. Lee is excellent.

- Bob H.

Social Senses

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In response to increased patient need, our Belmont office will offer expanded allergy hours Mondays and Wednesdays starting October 23. Learn more in today’s blog. #ceenta #belmont

Latest News

Oct 20 2017
​CEENTA Career Talk: Have a Vital Career as a Visual Imaging Technician

Having a lifelong career at CEENTA doesn’t mean you have to be a doctor. Visual Imaging Technicians are a vital part of eye care, and you, like Visual Imaging Technician Loraine Clark, could find a worthwhile and long-lasting career in the field here.

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Oct 19 2017
Dr. Mark Abrams on The Daily Two

CEENTA ENT doctor Mark Abrams, MD, discussed snoring on WSOC's Daily Two on October 18, 2017.

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Oct 17 2017
​Don’t let sleep apnea be a nightmare

At the end of a long, hard day at work or school, all you want is a restful night of sleep and to feel alert during the day. But for some people, this can be difficult. You may be snoring at night, which disrupts your sleep and your partner’s sleep. If that’s the case, you may have obstructive sleep apnea.

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