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Dr. Paul Young is a board certified ENT specialist who is equipped to take care of all your ENT concerns, including allergies, sinus problems, hearing loss, sleep apnea, tonsils & adenoids, ear tubes, thyroid problems, sore throat, and voice problems.

In addition to excellent adult and senior adult care, pediatric care is an important part of our practice. Specializing in all aspects of care for ear, nose and throat disorders in children, Dr. Young will provide your child with a gentle, child- friendly, comprehensive evaluation, as well as state of the art treatment.

Education

  • Residency: SUNY Buffalo

  • Internship: SUNY Buffalo

  • D: University Of Buffalo SUNY Sch Of Med & Bio-medical Science

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Otolaryngology

Areas of Expertise

  • Allergies

  • Sinus problems

  • Hearing loss

  • Sleep apnea

  • Tonsils & adenoids

  • Ear tubes

  • Thyroid problems

  • Sore throat

  • Voice problems

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Paul Young, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Sinusitis – Risk Factor

Risk factors for increased complications in those areas are certainly at the extent of the disease, whether it’s been erosion of bone around those structures and whether those structures are already bulging into the nasal...

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Paul Young, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Nose Bleed – Emergency

Not all nosebleeds are benign. We have to differentiate when a nosebleed is something you can try and tackle or stop yourself at home, and when you should be concerned enough to go to an...

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Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Sinusitis – Treatment

Treatments for sinusitis will range from medical treatments to surgical treatments. What are the medical treatments? If it is determined that you have an acute sinus infection, the treatment will be primarily antibiotics. There are...

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Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Sinusitis – Surgical Treatment

If medical therapy is not fully opening up the sinuses and getting a patient to feel well, and there’s radiographic evidence that the sinus passageways are blocked, then we can turn to sinus surgeries. What...

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Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Sinusitis – Medication

There are newer type medications that have been used in the last couple of years called biologics. Typically they are an injection that is given once every two weeks and can be self administered. And...

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Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Sinusitis – Complications

Complications of any surgery range from mild complications obviously to devastating complications. The good news is, sinus surgery techniques have gotten so good today and the technology we use and the imaging technology and the...

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Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Sinusitis – After Surgery

After sinus surgery, depending on the extent of the surgery and depending on the individual techniques that your surgeon likes to employ, you may or may not have dissolvable packing of some sort in your...

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Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Sinusitis – Overview

Sinusitis is really something we should split up into two categories. There’s acute sinusitis, which is an infection, mostly a bacterial infection, sometimes a viral infection. And that lasts for anywhere up to about four...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Sinusitis – Diagnosis

Patients will come into the office and they will report their symptoms. Whereby the doctor can determine whether this is a sinus infection, or this is some other condition. Classic symptoms of sinus infection are...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Sinusitis – CT Scan

There are imaging studies that can be done to look at the sinuses. And the debate is, when in the course of symptoms is it appropriate to get the imaging studies? So CAT scan is...

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Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Sinusitis – Causes

The prevailing theories are: 1: Biofilm. Biofilm is where there’s a lining of the sinuses has been so infiltrated with a bacterial load that there’s a chronic reaction to that. Another theory there is that...

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Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Nose Bleed – Invasive Techniques

And then there are more invasive techniques where we can go in and disrupt or stop some of the blood supply to the nose. You don’t want to cut off all the blood supply, certainly,...

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Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Rhinitis – Inferior Turbinate Reduction

One of the main features of allergic and non allergic rhinitis is swelling of the inside of the nose, including the turbinates or the humidifiers, which are structures in both sides of the nose. There...

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Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Rhinitis – Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy is not a new technology, but it has made a comeback in terms of its popularity for treating rhinitis. There are devices designed today to deliver cold cryotherapy to the back of the nose,...

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Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Rhinitis – Allergy Testing

So if you present to your physician and they think that you have allergic rhinitis or possibly allergic rhinitis, one of the things that will be done is an allergy test. Allergy testing can be...

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Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Rhinitis – Treatment

Hypoallergenic covers for pillows and bedding, removing carpet, especially from the bedrooms, allergy avoidance, medicines, including nose sprays and oral tablets are a mainstay of therapy, either as monotherapy, one pill or one spray, or...

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Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Rhinitis – Symptoms

Typically allergic rhinitis affects children and adults. Symptoms can be acute or last less than four weeks a year. It depends on the specific type of allergy. Certain allergens are seasonal and in the air...

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Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Rhinitis – Nose Sprays

There are so many medicines available over the counter today. And very often, patients will go to the store and treat rhinitis symptoms with over-the-counter medications, including nose sprays, tablets… And the nose sprays come...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Rhinitis – Diagnosis

The doctor will perform a thorough physical exam, including looking in the nose with a camera if you see an ENT doctor. The doctor will determine if this may be allergic in nature and order...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Rhinitis – Causes

The major causes of allergic rhinitis are grasses, ragweed, trees, dust mites. Non allergic rhinitis is often caused by strong odors, such as perfumes, temperature changes in the environment, hot foods. You may be at...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Sinusitis – Risk Factor

Risk factors for increased complications in those areas are certainly at the extent of the disease, whether it’s been erosion of bone around those structures and whether those structures are already bulging into the nasal...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

1 month ago

Videos

Nose Bleed – Emergency

Not all nosebleeds are benign. We have to differentiate when a nosebleed is something you can try and tackle or stop yourself at home, and when you should be concerned enough to go to an...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Sinusitis – Treatment

Treatments for sinusitis will range from medical treatments to surgical treatments. What are the medical treatments? If it is determined that you have an acute sinus infection, the treatment will be primarily antibiotics. There are...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Sinusitis – Surgical Treatment

If medical therapy is not fully opening up the sinuses and getting a patient to feel well, and there’s radiographic evidence that the sinus passageways are blocked, then we can turn to sinus surgeries. What...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Sinusitis – Medication

There are newer type medications that have been used in the last couple of years called biologics. Typically they are an injection that is given once every two weeks and can be self administered. And...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Sinusitis – Complications

Complications of any surgery range from mild complications obviously to devastating complications. The good news is, sinus surgery techniques have gotten so good today and the technology we use and the imaging technology and the...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Sinusitis – After Surgery

After sinus surgery, depending on the extent of the surgery and depending on the individual techniques that your surgeon likes to employ, you may or may not have dissolvable packing of some sort in your...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Sinusitis – Overview

Sinusitis is really something we should split up into two categories. There’s acute sinusitis, which is an infection, mostly a bacterial infection, sometimes a viral infection. And that lasts for anywhere up to about four...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Sinusitis – Diagnosis

Patients will come into the office and they will report their symptoms. Whereby the doctor can determine whether this is a sinus infection, or this is some other condition. Classic symptoms of sinus infection are...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Sinusitis – CT Scan

There are imaging studies that can be done to look at the sinuses. And the debate is, when in the course of symptoms is it appropriate to get the imaging studies? So CAT scan is...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Sinusitis – Causes

The prevailing theories are: 1: Biofilm. Biofilm is where there’s a lining of the sinuses has been so infiltrated with a bacterial load that there’s a chronic reaction to that. Another theory there is that...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Nose Bleed – Invasive Techniques

And then there are more invasive techniques where we can go in and disrupt or stop some of the blood supply to the nose. You don’t want to cut off all the blood supply, certainly,...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Rhinitis – Inferior Turbinate Reduction

One of the main features of allergic and non allergic rhinitis is swelling of the inside of the nose, including the turbinates or the humidifiers, which are structures in both sides of the nose. There...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Rhinitis – Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy is not a new technology, but it has made a comeback in terms of its popularity for treating rhinitis. There are devices designed today to deliver cold cryotherapy to the back of the nose,...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Rhinitis – Allergy Testing

So if you present to your physician and they think that you have allergic rhinitis or possibly allergic rhinitis, one of the things that will be done is an allergy test. Allergy testing can be...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Rhinitis – Treatment

Hypoallergenic covers for pillows and bedding, removing carpet, especially from the bedrooms, allergy avoidance, medicines, including nose sprays and oral tablets are a mainstay of therapy, either as monotherapy, one pill or one spray, or...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Rhinitis – Symptoms

Typically allergic rhinitis affects children and adults. Symptoms can be acute or last less than four weeks a year. It depends on the specific type of allergy. Certain allergens are seasonal and in the air...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Rhinitis – Nose Sprays

There are so many medicines available over the counter today. And very often, patients will go to the store and treat rhinitis symptoms with over-the-counter medications, including nose sprays, tablets… And the nose sprays come...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Rhinitis – Diagnosis

The doctor will perform a thorough physical exam, including looking in the nose with a camera if you see an ENT doctor. The doctor will determine if this may be allergic in nature and order...

Watch and Share
Paul Young, MD

2 months ago

Videos

Rhinitis – Causes

The major causes of allergic rhinitis are grasses, ragweed, trees, dust mites. Non allergic rhinitis is often caused by strong odors, such as perfumes, temperature changes in the environment, hot foods. You may be at...

Watch and Share
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