Maryland ENT at Lutherville

1629 York Road,
Lutherville, MD 21093

Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM - 4:30PM
Saturday - Sunday: Closed

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Conveniently located at The Nose and Sinus Center in Lutherville, the team at Maryland ENT Center provides diagnosis and treatment for several conditions that affect ears, nose, and throat.

Maryland ENT Services include:


Sinusitis, an inflammation or swelling of the tissue lining the sinuses, can cause discomfort and difficulty breathing. Treatment typically depends on the severity and underlying cause of the condition. For acute cases, where symptoms last less than four weeks, treatments often focus on symptom relief. This may include over-the-counter pain relievers, decongestants, nasal saline sprays, and nasal corticosteroids to reduce inflammation. Warm compresses and steam inhalation can also help alleviate congestion.

Chronic sinusitis, lasting longer than twelve weeks, may require a different approach. Antibiotics are often prescribed if a bacterial infection is suspected. In cases where allergies contribute to sinusitis, allergy medications or allergy shots may be recommended. For severe or recurrent cases, sinus surgery to remove blockages or correct structural issues may be necessary.

Ultimately, treatment for sinusitis aims to alleviate symptoms, reduce inflammation, address underlying causes, and prevent future episodes. It’s important for individuals with sinusitis to consult with a healthcare professional to determine the most appropriate course of treatment for their specific condition.


Thyroid surgery, also known as thyroidectomy, involves the surgical removal of part or all of the thyroid gland. This procedure is typically performed to treat conditions such as thyroid cancer, large thyroid nodules causing compression symptoms, hyperthyroidism that doesn’t respond to other treatments, or an enlarged thyroid gland causing difficulty breathing or swallowing.

Thyroid surgery is usually performed under general anesthesia, and the surgeon makes an incision in the neck to access the thyroid gland. After removing the affected portion of the gland, the surgeon may leave a small part of the gland intact to preserve thyroid function or remove the entire gland if necessary.

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