Our ear, nose and throat (ENTs) specialists can diagnose and treat these disorders in both children and adults. Your treatment may involve a combination of medication, therapy and surgery.
Two procedures often performed to address disorders of the larynx are laryngoscopy and microlaryngeal surgery. In a laryngoscopy, your doctor will look down the back of throat with a scope to help find the source of your problem. Microlaryngeal surgery, also called microscopic voice surgery, is used to correct voice disorders in a minimally invasive way. Because no incisions are needed, these procedures typically don’t require a hospital stay.