Savannah Pediatric ENT

Savannah Pediatric ENT: An ENT Practice Just For Kids

Experience matters. Dr. Michael Poole and Dr. Stephanie Ambrose are the region's only Fellowship Trained Pediatric Ear, Nose & Throat specialists in the region.

Dr. Poole treats more adenoid and tonsil patients than anyone combined and has the lowest rate of complication and significantly lower recovery time based on patient response. Dr. Ambrose is the region's only fellowship-trained pediatric ENT who performs cleft lip and cleft palate corrective surgery. Those specialities combined with numerous other conditions we treat make Savannah Pediatric ENT the perfect practice just for kids.

And parents' minds can be at ease by the fact that our team is extremely conservative in recommending surgery. We are proficient in nonsurgical management of pediatric ENT conditions. Pediatricians often call upon our physicians as standard treatments fail and the expertise of Dr. Poole and Dr. Ambrose becomes necessary. Meet the Savannah Pediatric ENT team.

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Common Conditions

The most common conditions and symptoms of Pediatric ENT patients include, but aren’t limited to, the following:

  • Ear Infections
  • Ear Fluid
  • Ear Pain
  • Nose and Throat Problems (tonsils and adenoids)
  • Snoring
  • Loud Breathing
  • Sleep Apnea
  • Swallowing Difficulties
  • Cleft lip and cleft palate
  • Airway Problems
  • Tumors/ Abnormal Growths of the Head and Neck

See a list of surgeries performed by Savannah Pediatric ENT.

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While the conditions may be referred to as common, we know that for most parents this is foreign territory. That’s why Savannah Pediatric ENT go to great lengths to make sure parents and children understand diagnoses and procedures in order to make the process of getting better as smooth as possible. This includes extensive use of video imaging and telescopic visualization of the throat and ears – an experience both parents and children always enjoy as they get to see ‘inside’ of the problem to better understand how to make it better.

The Pediatric ENT practice at Georgia Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists also has more pediatric experience in audiology than any other in the region. Whenever a newborn hearing screening does not receive a passing mark, the majority of follow-up exams are referred to here, where we offer a full range of audiology and hearing rehabilitation for children.

Learn more about Dr. Michael Poole here.

Learn more about Dr. Stephanie Ambrose here. 

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