Children's ENT Conditions
Snoring is the most common symptom of disordered breathing (SDB). Approximately 10% of these children (one percent of the total pediatric population) have obstructive sleep apnoea.
The purpose of the nose is to warm and humidify the air that we breathe, the moist, warm and air is then delivered to the lungs. When the nose is blocked this can have significant impacts on a child’s health.
A middle ear infection is an infection that fills the middle ear with fluid and pus. The children’s ear infection often causes pain and fever. The middle ear pressure can build up so much that the ear drum bursts.
Specialist Paediatric ENT Surgeons
Our team has many years of experience working with ‘little’ patients. As parents, we understand the challenges ENT conditions can create for children and try to make our interactions with the children enjoyable at every opportunity.