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Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT).

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How Much Does It Cost To See A Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist?

The cost of an appointment with your Otolaryngologist can range from R850 – R4500 per appointment, dependant on the severity of your condition.

R 4500

Pay with Cash

R1500 – R4000

With Medical Aid

*R 1009.02 p/m

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Where Can I Find A Otolaryngologist?

Find a registered Ear Nose and Throat Specialist near you! Or join our directory.

Frequently Asked Questions About ENT.

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What is an Otolaryngologist?

An otolaryngologist is a doctor who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of ear, nose and throat diseases as well as related structures of the head and neck. Otolaryngologists are also referred to as ENT doctors or physicians.

What are some Pediatric ENT services?

  • Ear tubes
  • Hearing and screening testing
  • Tonsils and adenoids
  • Diagnosis and treatment of pediatric sleep apnea
  • Many More

Do I need to see a specialist? Should I contact my GP first?

The majority of ailments are best handled by your primary care physician. They are the best persons to determine whether or not you should visit a specialist and which expert you should see. Conditions like deafness or discharge from the ears, on the other hand, are typically easy for the ENT to diagnose. If you’re unsure, consult your doctor first.

What can I expect during at ENT exam?

Obviously, your exam will be tailored to your symptoms; however, you should be prepared to share a detailed medical history and a very thorough examination of the different areas of your ears, nose, and throat.

Why is throat care important?

Your throat helps you swallow and speak. When there are issues with the throat, it affects your quality of life. You can also develop severe issues like cancer in the throat. Regular check-ups with your doctor is the first step in throat health.

Should I see an ENT to have wax removed from my ears?

The majority of wax is syringed out by GPs and clinic nursing sisters. In some circumstances, wax might be difficult to remove, and it is best to get your ears cleaned by an ENT. It is better to consult an ENT directly if you have had past ear issues or procedures. Ear buds should be avoided since they condense wax in the ear canal and make removal harder. Commercial drops used to try to eliminate wax from your ear have a very poor success rate.

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