Sierra Nevada Ear, Nose, and Throat

We have resumed our full services including in-person appointments, allergy injections, and hearing and balance evaluations while continuing our high standards for your health and safety.

Please call 775-883-7666 to schedule an appointment.

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The physicians of Sierra Nevada Ear, Nose & Throat (SNENT) are trained and experienced in the art and science of otolaryngology – commonly called ENTs or ear, nose and throat doctors.

Whether you have a sinus condition, thyroid nodules, hearing loss, or are interested in facial cosmetic surgery, our physician-owned practice has the expertise, clinical and surgical skill to address your adult and pediatric ENT needs.

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Proudly Serving the Northern Nevada Area

With multiple locations in Northern Nevada: Carson City, Gardnerville, and Fallon, we’re committed to getting you the ENT care you’ve come to expect when visiting Sierra Nevada Ear, Nose & Throat.

We believe in providing the best care available from our experienced ENT doctors, caring staff practicing a whole-patient approach complemented by the use of advanced technologies.

Our Ear, Nose & Throat Services

Each location offers a full suite of clinical and surgical care ranging from evaluations to treatment of ENT conditions and surgery by our expertly trained surgeons.

  • Sinus Treatments
  • Head and Neck Treatments
  • Facial Cosmetic Surgery
  • Otology & Ear Surgery
  • Thyroid Treatments
  • Voice and Throat Treatments
  • Pediatric ENT Treatment
  • And more

Request a Consultation

To book a consultation or to see if our team can help you find the best way to improve your ENT health condition, please call and schedule an appointment at one of our three locations.

Vestibular rehabilitation therapy (VRT) is specialized physical therapy designed to treat dizziness, vertigo and imbalance caused by various vestibular disorders such as BPPV, vestibular neuritis and Meniere’s Disease, among many others.  These types of conditions can cause motion sensitivity, di

Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is the most common cause of vertigo. This occurs when calcium crystals in the inner ear, called otoconia, become dislodged from their normal location and float through the inner ear canal.

Q: What’s your favorite thing about being an otolaryngologist?

That feeling of internal fulfillment when a patient comes back post-operatively to tell me about how their life has changed for the better now that they know what it’s like to be able to actually breathe.