Making an appointment at Advanced ENT & Allergy just got easier! New and returning patient can now request appointments online. Click on the button to schedule your ENT or Allergy and Asthma appointment.


The thyroid gland is located in the lower neck and secretes a hormone that controls general body metabolism. In some patients the gland may become underactive or overactive. Function of the gland can easily be determined by simple blood tests. In most cases, an overactive gland or an underactive gland can be treated with medications.

Tumors of the thyroid are common and most of these are benign. To get a picture of the gland, your doctor may order an ultrasound scan. If a nodule is found on ultrasound, an ultrasound guided needle biopsy is frequently performed to obtain cells from the nodule for pathologic examination. In most cases these biopsies turn out to be benign. If a malignant tumor is suspected, removal of part or the entire gland is recommended.

The parathyroid glands are also located in the lower neck in the same area as the thyroid gland. These glands control calcium metabolism. When calcium levels in the blood rise, a parathyroid tumor is suspected. These tumors are usually benign and can be seen on special isotope scans. Surgical removal of the suspected tumor is usually curative.

Thyroid and parathyroid surgery are both performed routinely by the surgeons of Advanced ENT & Allergy.


Some of the more common throat and voice problems are listed below. Please click on the links below to learn more. For more information about any of these disorders and conditions or for questions about a condition not listed here, please contact us to schedule an appointment.

Need to pay your bill? Want to schedule an appointment with one of our providers? No problem! You can login to our secure Patient Portal by clicking here to create or access your account. You can always call (856) 602-4000 to schedule an appointment.


New and returning patients can request an appointment with Advanced ENT & Allergy by clicking here. You can also login to our secure patient portal. New patients will need to create an account by contacting our office and providing your email address to our staff. Our staff will then activate your portal account and email you a portal invitation. Click here to get started.

FOLLOW ADVANCED ENT & ALLERGY & ALLERGY   Follow Advanced ENT & Allergy on Facebook   Follow Advanced ENT & Allergy on Twitter