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ENT Specialists - Ear Nose & Throat Doctors in Salt Lake City, Utah

Welcome to ENT Specialists, proudly serving the Intermountain West and Salt Lake City with full service ENT care. Our dedicated and well trained physicians and staff are committed to providing our patients the highest quality care with compassion and understanding.

Drs. Swenson, Palmer, Butler, Gull, and Hill are a group of physicians specializing in the care and treatment of the head, neck and face. Our doctors have specialized training in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery. Our doctors are Board Certified, having received the best in education, training and experience.

This website is for you to become more familiar with our practice and what we offer. It also provides valuable information and education on common ear, nose and throat problems. Thank you for allowing us to provide you with the best ENT care in the Salt Lake area. Our ENT doctors serve the communities of Salt Lake City, Murray, Sandy, Draper, Tooele and more!

ENT Doctors Delivering Specialized Care

Otolaryngologists are the oldest form of doctor specialty in the United States, and nearly 50% of all visits to the doctor are related to the ear nose and throat. Our staff of doctors and physicians are dedicated to providing you with the highest quality of ear nose and throat care. If you or a loved one is looking for the right ENT specialist or surgeon, look no further than the Intermountain offices of the ENT Specialists. We provide experienced care for adults and children. Our ear nose and throat clinic doctors specialize in ENT otolaryngology, and have years of experience providing all of our patients with the highest level of personal care. In addition to being ear nose and throat specialists, our ENT doctors are also expert ENT plastic surgeons, sinus specialists and authorities of ENT allergy related needs. 

Tonsil Care by ENT Specialists

Tonsils are the immune system's first line of defense against infection. However, these lymph glands can sometimes become infected and if the tonsils are largely swollen, tonsillectomy surgery may be necessary. Tonsillectomy can often be necessary if tonsils become infected and cause adverse effects such as airway obstruction, acute tonsillitis, and sleep apnea. Although tonsil removal surgery is often performed on children, adults who have not had their tonsils removed and who experience frequent throat infection or other adverse symptoms may benefit from tonsil and adenoid removal.