Arlington, TX | Primary Care Blog

Keep up to date with the latest articles at Cross Timbers Ear, Nose, and Throat.

What to Consider When Choosing the Right Hearing Aids for Your Needs

Our Team | 05/18/2023

A bone conduction hearing aid helps people with conductive hearing loss and more. Read about our innovative technologies for improving your hearing.


How Does Balloon Sinuplasty Work?

Our Team | 04/20/2023

A balloon sinuplasty can address chronic sinus problems like sinusitis. Read about our cutting-edge TruDi™ Navigation System® for even better results.


Will I Need Local Anesthesia for Sinus Surgery?

Our Team | 03/24/2023

An image-guided sinus surgery will require local or general anesthesia to minimize pain and increase comfort and relaxation.


How is Hearing Loss Diagnosed?

Our Team | 02/11/2023

Our audiology experts diagnose hearing loss through various evaluations, including audiometry, tympanometry, and otoacoustic emission tests.


How Do Allergy Drops Work?

Our Team | 01/14/2023

Allergy drops are small amounts of an allergen placed beneath your tongue to desensitize your body to its effect.


What ENT Conditions Can be Diagnosed With an In-Office CT Scan?

Our Team | 12/16/2022

An in-office CT scan can diagnose multiple ENT conditions, including infections, abnormalities, and structural or functional issues.


How Much Downtime is Needed After Sinus Surgery?

Our Team | 11/21/2022

Sinus surgery can help you breathe easier, but it’s crucial to take enough time to rest, so the healing process goes smoothly.


What Should I Do About My Child's Sore Throat?

Our Team | 10/22/2022

Learn how to care for your child’s sore throat and access pediatric intervention and treatment.


When Should I See a Doctor for Sinus Pain?

Our Team | 09/19/2022

If you are suffering from sinus pain, you should seek medical assistance to determine the cause of the discomfort and get treatment options.


Hearing Loss: A Commonly Ignored Health Issue

James Leffingwell, M.D. | 09/15/2022

Hearing loss is a significant public health problem in the United States. According to the NIDCD, it’s the third most common chronic health condition.


Warning: Hunting Can Be Hazardous To Your Hearing

Our Team | 09/09/2022

Hunting without hearing protection poses a serious threat to hearing health and quality of life.


Four Reasons Why You Are Having Frequent Headaches

Our Team | 08/14/2022

If you suffer from frequent headaches, you’ll want to seek medical care to determine a cause, so you can begin treatment to alleviate the pain.


How Can I Treat my Child's Chronic Ear Infection at Home?

Our Team | 07/14/2022

If your child suffers from ear infections, you can treat them at home after seeking medical care and obtaining the proper prescription medication.


Are Allergy Shots Worth It?

Our Team | 06/22/2022

Find out why many consider allergy treatments, including allergy shots, a valuable option in Arlington, Midlothian, or Mansfield, TX.


How Can I Tell if my Child is Tongue-Tied?

Our Team | 05/21/2022

If your infant has trouble feeding, or problems with eating or speaking show up in childhood, our specialists can help diagnose a possible tongue-tie.


How Long Will I Have Congestion After Balloon Sinuplasty?

Our Team | 04/24/2022

After balloon sinuplasty, your congestion may last for a few days. This treatment can help reduce symptoms related to your sinus issues.


What Can Cause Nasal Obstruction In Adults?

Our Team | 03/18/2022

Nasal obstructions can happen when a patient has an infection, a deviated septum, or occupational asthma.


Could I Still Get a Sinus Infection After Sinus Surgery?

Our Team | 01/17/2022

Sinus surgery is a viable treatment for patients in Arlington, TX. Learn more about the chances of getting a sinus infection after this procedure.


Why Did I Suddenly Lose my Sense of Smell?

Our Team | 12/07/2021

At Cross Timbers ENT, we can assess and treat hyposmia so that patients can restore their sense of smell.


Is It Allergies or a Virus? How You Can Tell

Our Team | 11/23/2021

Allergies can be tough, but sometimes you could confuse them with the signs of a virus.


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