ALERT: As the coronavirus continues to spread, AAENT is committed to your health and safety. We are constantly monitoring the CDC, DOH, and WHO websites and taking necessary precautions.
We are offering in-office and telehealth visits. This will give the Augusta-Aiken ENT and Allergy Team the ability to continue to provide care to patients who need services.
In addition to the physicians seeing patients in the clinic when necessary, these telehealth visits allow providers to assess issues and determine if a visit to the clinic is absolutely necessary.
We cannot perform testing for coronavirus on-site. Patients who are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms are encouraged to call University Health System's Prompt Care triage line at 706-828-2477 (M-F 8 am to 4:30 pm). They will help determine whether or not the patient requires COVID-19 testing.
Welcome Augusta Ear, Nose, Throat & Allergy
Our specialists are trained to help identify, diagnose and treat your ear, nose, throat and allergy disorders. You'll feel confident you made the right choice when you work with our qualified, experienced and caring doctors and other professionals.
We provide a full spectrum of specialty care for people of all ages in the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA).
Our Featured Services
About 9 in 10 patients with hearing loss can be helped by hearing aids. New devices are smaller and more powerful than ever. We carry a full lineup of hearing aids from the industry’s leading manufacturers, with options for a vast array of lifestyles and budgets.
More than 50 million Americans experience allergies caused by pollen, molds, animal dander, smoke, dust mites or other irritants. Plenty of treatments are available to reduce the severity of your symptoms and help you to lead a normal, healthy life.
Sinus infections are one of the most chronic health complaints in the U.S., causing an estimated 37 million Americans to experience a variety of cold-like symptoms including congestion, runny nose, sneezing, headaches and facial pain or pressure.
Sleep & Snoring
There are more than 100 different types of sleep disorders that can prevent you from sleeping well. They are very common, affecting an estimated 75 percent of Americans on a regular basis.