August 03, 2017
Charleston ENT & Allergy is teaming up with Charleston area medical practices to bring advanced healthcare options to the burgeoning Berkeley County area north of the Charleston metro. Charleston ENT & Allergy, Charleston GI and Low Country Rheumatology, all physician-owned, independent practices, are collaborating on a new development named Windmill Station, part of the growing Carnes Crossroads community. Construction is underway at the corner of 2nd Avenue and 17A in Summerville.Windmill Station at Carnes Crossroads
March 27, 2017
South Carolina's largest private ENT practice, Charleston ENT & Allergy is there for you. We diagnose and treat all ages for the full range of ear, nose, throat, and head and neck conditions. Whether you need relief for seasonal allergies or more complex ENT conditions, our team of board-certified specialists is dedicated to treating you with the highest possible level of care. If you need tests, we can do them. If you want help with snoring, sleeping, hearing or allergies, it's right here. And if surgery is your best solution, we make
January 22, 2014
The City of Charleston announces the winners of the third annual “The City of Charleston Award for Design Excellence.” These awards are presented by Mayor Joseph P. Riley Jr. and the City’s Department of Planning, Preservation and Sustainability (PP&S) at a reception and ceremony honoring the award recipients during National Design Week.
Each year there are buildings and spaces designed and built in Charleston that are of great quality and contribute to the streets and neighborhoods in the city. Although there are many buildings and places that are very successful
October 11, 2013
Charleston, SC--- Charleston ENT doctors and audiologist Natalie Bickley recently teamed up with a local dentist to fit a Lowcountry man, deaf in one ear, with a new device that enables him to hear sounds and speech from all directions, according to Dr. Oma Hester, Otologist at Charleston ENT’s Hearing and Balance Institute.
The SoundBite™ device requires no surgery and does what conventional hearing aids cannot do for the deaf ear: it receives and transmits sounds to the opposite ear in a revolutionary way – via the teeth. The system is custom-made to fit around the wearer’s upper left or right
June 03, 2013
Charleston ENT is now a member of the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce and is serving on the Chamber’s Board of Advisors.
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