What’s the Difference Between an Audiologist and an Otolaryngologist (ENT)?

You might think that an audiologist and an otolaryngologist are the same type of doctor. After all, they both deal with the ears and hearing. However, there are significant differences between these two types of professionals. The information below can help distinguish the similarities and differences between an audiologist and otolaryngologist.

Are They Both Medical Doctors?

What Do They Treat?

Do They Treat Ear Infections?

Can They Fit Patients for Hearing Aids?

Do They Perform Surgery (if needed)?

Are They Licensed?

If you are experiencing hearing loss or any type of discomfort in your face, nose, ears or throat, Dr. Michael Riesberg is an ENT doctor in Pensacola that offers life-changing treatments. Contact Riesberg Institute by calling(850) 476-0700 or visiting our website.

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