SFENTA is proud to feature Weston, Aventura, Hollywood, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Miami and South Florida ENT specialists that are both extensively trained and highly respected in their field. With a reputation for delivering the highest level of care for virtually every ear, nose and throat condition, our services include the advanced diagnostics, cutting-edge medical treatments and minimally-invasive surgeries our South Florida patients need to relieve their symptoms and restore their health.
The natural aging process is the most common cause of hearing loss among our Boca Raton, Aventura, Weston, Hollywood, West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, South Florida and Miami ENT patients. However, certain medical conditions, illnesses, genetics and lifestyle choices can also play a role. Fortunately, most cases of hearing loss are highly treatable, so you can continue to work, communicate and stay connected to your friends and family.Learn more
The human ear is a miraculous organ responsible for far more than just hearing. It also determines how you experience balance and spatial orientation. Otology is an ear, nose, throat subspecialty offered by our doctors that focuses exclusively on the medical and surgical treatment of diseases and disorders that affect the ear, including infections, balance disorders, tinnitus and more.Learn more
Allergies, also known as hay fever, is your immune system overreacting to common substances, such as pollen, dust mites, mold, animal dander and more. The condition can be seasonal or perennial (year-round) and causes prolonged sneezing episodes, nasal congestion, postnasal drip and other issues. The best way to get lasting relief from chronic allergies is to visit a South Florida allergy doctor.Learn more
Sinus disorders are incredibly prevalent, with sinusitis alone affecting approximately 37 million people each year. These conditions cause pain, fatigue, breathing challenges, a diminished sense of smell, and other symptoms that can have a severe impact on your quality of life. Our ear, nose, throat specialists and sinus surgeons are skilled in accurately diagnosing and treating the full range of disorders that can affect the sinuses.Learn more
Our South Florida ENT doctors are trained to perform a wide range of otolaryngology procedures, including reconstructive and cosmetic facial plastic surgeries. The surgical treatment of a cleft lip, defects due to skin cancer, and injuries following an accident, trauma or burn are all forms of reconstructive procedures offered by our ENT surgeons.Learn more
Head and neck cancers most often begin in the squamous cells that line the mucosal surfaces in the throat, mouth, nose and sinuses. The most important risk factors include tobacco use, alcohol use and infection with the human papilloma virus. The most common symptoms are a lump or sore that does not heal, difficulty swallowing (dysphagia), a chronic sore throat and persistent voice changes, such as hoarseness.Learn more
Voice problems, such as hoarseness, can be a symptom of a number of conditions. They are associated with common causes like reflux and acute laryngitis, and more serious problems like vocal cord paralysis and laryngeal cancer. As such, any voice change that persists longer than two weeks should be evaluated by one of our expert laryngologists.Learn more
Dr. Owens, Brenda Rariden, the office staff and the surgery team are the most pleasant & helpful professionals. It's great to know that such care and attention exists in Miami. I am thankful and blessed that my son is in great hands.
Dr. Alberto Fernandez is the best doctor ever! He takes time to talk to you, is friendly and I trust him completely.
Thank you so much Dr. William Brown for calming my fears, answering my inquiries and making me feel so much better. I have MS and see many doctors, and I feel you are an asset to your profession.
I would like to compliment Dr. Fletcher and his staff at SFENTA. They are all so wonderful and caring. I highly recommend this practice to anyone seeking an ENT. Thank you all for such professional, thorough but better yet they manage to make it fun care!!! Thanks again for all you do!
Great experience overall! From the moment you walk in you encounter a great deal of professionalism. Dr. Jassir is fantastic. He has been very accurate diagnosing our family on several occasions. Great group of professionals.
South Florida ENT Office's are the #1 Places to go to for your Ear NOSE and Throat problems I would recommend them to anyone. I have never felt better in my life Thank You Dr. Todd and the whole staff.
I have been a patient of Dr. Frank Kronberg for the past 17 years at Baptist Hospital. He recently actually saved my life when I had a physical emergency with my sinuses. His bed manners are excellent, he really cares for his patients. I recommend not only him, for me he is the best, but any of the doctors that work in that group. His staff is also very courteous and attentive. Do not hesitate to call the office if you have any problems related to nose, ear and throat issues.
I had my first appointment with Dr. Jay Young recently. I like that he is affiliated with University of Miami if I need surgery. The staff were professional. They were also very upfront to ensure I knew of any charges that my insurance would not cover. 5 Stars from me.
Dr. Fletcher made my nose so I could breathe properly and better than any other Dr.. He is the Very Best of the best! He does Facial Plastic as well to which Imight add he IS the VERY best on the East coast of the United States! Trust me on that... He really cares about ALL his patients
Dr. Andres Bustillo Best Rhinoplasty Surgeon EVER! Very sweet and he knew what he was talking about. Answered all my questions pre-op and post-op right away, very fast.
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South Florida ENT Associates (SFENTA) is committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of our patients, clinicians, and employees, particularly among the recent concern and outbreak of the COVID-19 virus. We are continuing to respond to the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Department of Public Health from each state, which are closely monitoring the outbreak of the COVID-19.
Across our network, SFENTA is implementing safety precautions to help limit the spread of COVID-19 and ensure the health of our patients, employees, and visitors. These preventive measures include:
As a current patient, if you are experiencing flu-like symptoms (i.e., cough, fever, shortness of breath, sore throat), please call your care center location and ask to speak to a staff member who can guide you with more information and treatment suggestions.
We ask that you DO NOT come into the office for any pre-scheduled appointments if you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms.
In addition, if you are not experiencing flu-like symptoms, but have traveled outside of the country in the last 14 days, contact a member of our triage staff to determine whether you should come into one of our care centers.
It is our goal to keep all of our patients healthy , reduce the spread of infection, and to make sure you have accurate information. We will continue to keep this site updated as more information becomes available.
Please note that the overall immediate health risk from the coronavirus is still considered low. People in areas where ongoing community spread of the virus has been reported are at elevated, though still relatively low, risk of exposure.
However, healthcare workers caring for patients with the COVID-19 and others in close contact with infected persons are at a greater risk of exposure. Travelers returning from affected international locations where community spread is occurring are also at elevated risk of exposure.
The CDC believes the virus may appear between 2-14 days after exposure. There is no vaccine and treatment is supportive. The virus is spread person to person mainly by respiratory droplets when an infected person coughs or sneezes. This is similar to other respiratory pathogens like influenza.
Together, South Florida ENT Associates will continue monitoring and preparing to meet the current challenge in order to ensure our staff and patients receive the same quality of care they deserve. We are committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of our patients, clinicians, and employees
The CDC believes the virus symptoms may appear between 2-14 days after exposure. There is no vaccine and treatment is supportive. The virus is spread person to person mainly by respiratory droplets when an infected person coughs or sneezes. This is similar to other respiratory pathogens like influenza.
For more information, visit: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Official Information on COVID-19