Family Ear, Nose & Throat, LLC
Otolaryngologists & Audiologists located in Kittery, ME & Portsmouth, NH
Welcome to Family Ear, Nose & Throat, LLC
Family Ear, Nose & Throat is a well-established and ever-growing ENT practice providing compassionate and comprehensive care for children, teens, and adults in Kittery, Maine, and Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Our team of physicians and audiologists have over 100 years of combined experience. We offer medical and surgical treatment options for all of your ear, nose, and throat needs, including allergy immunotherapy for environmental allergies.
Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists
Our team of board-certified physicians, audiologists, and physicians’ assistants offer outstanding care including customized lifestyle, medical, and surgical treatment to meet your individual healthcare needs. We have extensive experience treating patients with any type of problem. From postnasal drip, thyroid issues, allergies, skin cancer, to snoring or sleep apnea, we can help you. As ENT specialists, we provide exceptional care to children and teens with ear infections, hearing loss, tonsil stones, and tonsillitis.
What We Offer
ENT Healthcare Services
Our relationships with patients are unmatched. We work with both primary care physicians and other specialists in our communities, allowing for a wide variety of treatment options for our patients. As the world of medicine is constantly evolving, we strive to keep our commitment to our patients.
We offer a full range of services for:
Preferred Provider for
the NFL Players Association
Family ENT is a preferred hearing care provider for the NFL Players Association’s Professional Athletes Foundation. Through this partnership, the PAF aims to bring better hearing to former professional athletes and their fans across the nation. Together, we spread awareness, help players in need of hearing care, and collected data on the connection between hearing loss and professional football.
Helping Former Pro Athletes
in Kittery and Portsmouth
What's New in Hearing Healthcare?
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