Our Specialists

Dr Chin Chao-Wu David

Senior Consultant Ear Nose Throat Surgeon

Dr Eng Soh Ping Elliot

Senior Consultant Ear Nose Throat Surgeon

Dr Leong Jern-Lin

Senior Consultant Ear Nose Throat Surgeon

Dr Mark Hon Wah Ignatius

Senior Consultant Ear Nose Throat Surgeon

Dr Valerie Tay Su-Lin

Senior Consultant Ear Nose Throat Surgeon

Dr Huang Xinyong

Senior Consultant Ear Nose Throat Surgeon

For Singaporeans & Singapore Permanent Residents

Insurance & Medisave Partners

Certain ENT procedures are claimable under Medisave, and the exact amount would depend on the procedure. For more information, please speak to our friendly clinic staff about using your insurance plan, Integrated Shield Plan, or Medisave.

When Should You See An ENT Specialist In Singapore??

  • Any Ear, Nose or Throat symptoms that you are troubled with or concerned of
  • Persistent blocked nose with mouth breathing or snoring

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    Our Main Clinic

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    Other Practice Locations
    Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre
    Parkway East Medical Centre
    Mount Alvernia Medical Centre D
    Gleneagles Medical Centre

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Are head and neck conditions serious? When should I visit a doctor?

    Most head and neck conditions and symptoms such as neck bumps and growths in the mouth are typically harmless and benign (noncancerous). However, in some cases, these growths may become cancerous over time and may indicate a more serious underlying medical condition.

    You should seek immediate medical attention if your symptoms worsen or if you are uncertain about your symptoms or conditions.

    What increases the risks of head and neck conditions?
    • Family history of thyroid nodules or head and neck-related cancers
    • Excessive smoking
    • Excessive alcohol consumption
    • Poor oral hygiene
    • Dehydration
    • Poor nutrition
    • Head and neck injuries
    How to prevent head and neck conditions?
    • Avoid smoking
    • Avoid excessive alcohol consumption
    • Eating a well-balanced diet
    • Using sunscreen and lip balm regularly
    • Maintaining good oral hygiene