What Do You Call an Ear Nose and Throat Doctor?

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An ear-nose-and throat doctor is a specialist who deals with the disorders of the ear or nose or throat. He/she is trained in the medical and surgical treatment of the ears, nose, throat and related structures of the head and neck. Research has shown that more than 50% of all physician office visits are for ENT problems.
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The answer is Otolaryngologist or otorhinolaryngologists.
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1. Obtain your high school diploma and enter into an undergraduate degree program. You could potentially get any type of four-year degree, but getting a premed degree would be most
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ENT ( ear, nose, throat) specialist. Source(s): Medical Professional, RN. Internal Medicine
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An ear, nose and throat doctor is called an Otolaryngologist. They are medical doctors with MD, DO, MBBS or MBChB, having completed a minimum of five-year surgical residency training. They dedicate four years of their training in head and neck surgery (otolaryngology).
An ear, nose and throat doctor is called an otolaryngologist. He/she is also called an otorhinolaryngologist or ENT. This is a specialist doctor who specialises in the treatment of these three areas and has a wide scope of knowledge.
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An ear doctor is called an otolaryngologist. He/she is also a specialist in nose and throat problems or infections. If the doctor has additional training in hearing ...
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