Welcome to the CCENT patient education resource center. We've compiled a list of the most valuable sites to help answer questions you may have. We've also provided the CCENT Otolaryngology Search Engine. This search engine includes results from only the best resources available.
CCENT is not responsible for third party sites and are not responsible for the results presented by this search engine. This is a tool we provide to help you with your education. By using this search engine you are indicating that you have read our disclaimer.
January 2016 Newsletter - In Office Balloon Sinuplasty
October 2015 Newsletter - Planning the next years Allergy Season
July 2015 Newletter - Subligual Immunotherapy (SLIT) By Richard Alexander, MD, Ph.D, MBA
April 2015 Newsletter - Greeting Apex and Sanford Communities! by Dr. Richard Alexandar, MD, Ph.D
January 2015 Newsletter - CCENT Update 2015 by Dr. Doris Lin
October 2014 Newsletter - Dr. Alexander to Join CCENT, utalizing technology to succeed in business, new equipment in balance lab
July 2014 Newsletter - Summer 2014 Newsletter - My ears are stopped up, so why are you testing my hearing, sleep hygiene, Xeomin Happy Hour Special
April 2014 Newsletter - Spring 2014 Newsletter - Treating Chronic Sinusitis, Nasal Irrigation, ReSound Teams up with Apple, CCENT offers Med Spa Services
January 2014 Newsletter - Winter 2014 Newsletter - Mal de Debarquement syndrome
October 2013 Newsletter - Fall/Winter 2013 Newsletter
July 2013 Newsletter - Summer 2013 Newsletter - CCENT to move Apex Office
April 2013 Newsletter - Managing Tinnitus with Zen Therapy
January 2013 Newsletter - Nasal Obstruction
October 2012 Newsletter - Breaking The Cycle of Tinnitus
July 2012 Newsletter - Voice Disorders in Children
Spring 2012 Newsletter - Pillar Patient - 5 Years Later
Winter 2012 Newsletter - CCENT Celebrates 25 Years
Fall 2011 Newsletter - Welcome New Providers
Summer 2011 Newsletter - Sudden Idiopathic Sensorineural Hearing loss (SIHL)
Spring 2011 Newsletter - Allergic Fungal Sinusitis
Winter 2011 Newsletter - Vertiginous Migraines
Fall 2010 Newsletter - Eustachian Tube Dysfunction - New Treatment Options
Summer 2010 Newsletter - Human Papillovirus can cause Oropharyngeal Cancer
Spring 2010 Newsletter - BAHA - Changing Lives Now and Then
Winter 2010 Newsletter - Improving Speech Perception - Patient profile
Fall 2009 Newsletter - Daycare and ENT Problems
July 2009 Newsletter - Sound Recover - A New Processing Stratedgy for Hearing Loss
April 2009 Newsletter - New Devices To Help with Chronis Sinusitis
January 2009 Newsletter - Sleep Apnea in Children
October 2008 Newsletter - Sleep Apnea in Children
July 2008 Newsletter - Thyoplasty - Patient Interview
April 2008 Newsletter - Pillar Procedure - 3 yr Followup
Winter Newsletter 2008 - Xoran Mini CAT
October 2007 - Mini Facelifts
July 2007 - Image guided Surgery
April 2007 - The Ear Popper
January 2007 - Focus on Eyelid Surgery
October 2006 - Snoring and Sleep Apnes
July 2006 - History of Sanford, Apex
MedWeb - The Emory University Health Sciences Library maintains this mammoth collection of links to biomedical resources.
RestoreMedical -The Pillar Procedure Site for Snoring and Mild/Mod Sleep Apnea
MediPlay - An innovative solution for Medical practices for " in office" marketing for patients to Inform, Educate and Motivate. Custom designed video and multimedia productions.
Dymond Speech and Rehab - Speech, swallowing and voice therapy in Sanford, N.C.
Facial Surgery - This is the web site of Steven M. Dannenberg, M.D., of Omaha, Nebraska. Numerous before and after photos, plus good general information for potential cosmetic surgery patients. Medical specialists will also appreciate this site.
NYU Voice Center - Information regarding voice disorders, diagnostics and treatment.
WebMD -a general source for medical information and questions. A large database .
Guide to Otolaryngology on the Internet - Links to discussion groups, mailing lists, patient care information and much, much more.
Otolaryngology journals - An online, peer-reviewed source of information on otolaryngology-head and neck surgery and related fields.
Otolaryngology Resources - Links to a number of other otolaryngology, head and neck surgery departments throughout the USA.
The Voice Problem Website This site is for explanations for voice disorders and treatments
Assistive Listening devices This website provides valuable information on Assistive Listenening Devices for Hearing Loss and full explanations of the various types
Central Carolina Hospital General Information, Physician locator for Lee County, Moore County, Chatham County, Harnett County and Cumberland County plus Symtom Finder
American Academy of Audiology - Consumer information about hearing aids, hearing loss, and a variety of other topics concerning hearing.
Cochlear Implants - The Cochlear Implant Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating and supporting cochlear implant recipients and their families. www.cochlear.com
Sunshine Cottage for Deaf Children - San Antonio's premier educational institution for hearing-impaired children.
AAO-HNS Weblinks - Webpage maintained by the American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, with MANY links of interest to our patients. If you can't find it on our webpage, the AAO-HNS Weblinks page is the next place to try.
American Tinnitus Association - If you suffer from head noise (tinnitus), you may want to become a member of the ATA in order to learn of the latest developments in the treatment of tinnitus.
Cancer of the Larynx - Information for patients with laryngeal cancer; many links to related sites. This web page, which is updated frequently, is authored by David L."Dutch" Helms, Lt Col, USAF, (Ret.).
Deaf Children's Society of B.C. - This site is not just for parents with deaf children; there are many links to information and resources for individuals with a hearing impairment.
KidSource Online Health - Links to two sites of interest to parents: a discussion on middle ear fluid, and a discussion on middle ear infections.
The Vestibular Disorders Association (VEDA) - Do you suffer from vertigo/dizziness? You may have a problem with your vestibular system. This site has excellent information on a variety of vestibular disorders, including Meniere's disease, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, labyrinthitis, and neuronitis. There are also many links for related illnesses, including hearing loss and tinnitus.
Inhealth Technologies - Information and equipment for patients with head-neck cancer