There is nothing quite like the smile on a baby’s face as they hear their parents coo over them, or the excitement you get from hearing them learn to talk. Unfortunately, not all babies and young children can hear. What can hearing loss mean for a child, and what can parents do to make sure their children don’t grow up in a world of silence?
Worried about ear tube surgery? This article in Charlotte Five will alleviate your concerns.
Christmas is a few days away, and many living rooms will soon be a flurry of new toys and excited children playing. But parents should be cautious and make sure their children don’t hurt their eyes, ears, noses, or throats with their new toys.
Halloween is almost here! This is one of the most fun days of the year for many people, but it’s important for children and adults alike to remember to stay safe and healthy. Following the tips below will make sure your family is as safe as possible.
Children use their eyes constantly to see their world and learn about it. At CEENTA, we want to make sure all children get the care they need to see clearly and have success in school and in life. We know that children can be nervous about going to the doctor’s office, and we often are asked questions by parents about how eye exams can be performed in children. To help prepare your child for their exam, we want to let you know exactly what to expect when you and your child visit one of our pediatric eye specialists.
If your child has chronic sinusitis, they may be a candidate for balloon sinuplasty, a treatment alternative that can eliminate the need for further medication and sinus surgery.