Specialties & Services
Reston Ear, Nose and Throat provides comprehensive, state of the art medical and surgical care for the full range of ear, nose, and throat disorders. Our physicians are board-certified and are trained in the latest treatments and surgical techniques. They are dedicated to caring for our patients with integrity and professionalism.
What is an Otolaryngologist-Head and Neck Surgeon?
Otolaryngologists are physicians trained in the medical and surgical management and treatment of patients with diseases and disorders of the ear, nose, throat (ENT), and related structures of the head and neck. They are commonly referred to as ENT physicians.
- Benign and malignant tumors of the head and neck
- Thyroid surgery including endoscopic thyroidectomy
- Salivary gland tumors
- Allergy and asthma
- Nose and sinus problems
- Minimally-invasive balloon sinuplasty
- Voice disorders
- Pediatric ENT problems
- Snoring and sleep apnea
- Ear and hearing problems
- Allergy testing and desensitization shots
- Cerumen and foreign body removal
- Ear microscopy
- Hearing testing
- Hearing aid fitting
- Fiberoptic laryngoscopy
- Fiberoptic nasopharyngoscopy
- In-office snoring treatments (e.g. Pillar Implant)
Reston ENT Technology Highlights
Both Dr. Lee and Dr. Hwang are leading area experts in BALLOON SINUPLASTY, a minimally-invasive method of treating sinus problems.
This FDA-approved technology provides a safe and effective way of treating chronic sinusitis symptoms with less risk, reduced bleeding and shorter recovery time.
Call today to set up a consultation with one of our doctors.
Propel® Sinus Stent
Intersect ENT has developed the PROPEL dissolvable sinus drug delivery stent to help open the sinuses and improve outcomes for chronic sinusitis sufferers following sinus surgery. It delivers the drug in a controlled manner, directly into the healing sinus tissues that need it. This helps to decrease inflammation (swelling), and prevent scarring.
Aera® Eustachian Tuboplasty
The ACCLARENT AERA® system dilates (opens up) your Eustachian tube through use of a small balloon. The balloon is guided through your nose and into your Eustachian tube. Once in place, it is inflated to open up or widen your Eustachian tube to relieve any pressure imbalance or blockage that could be causing you discomfort. It is a safe and minimally invasive approach to treating persistent eustachian tube dysfunction.