7115 Greenville Ave

Dallas, TX 75231

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Our Specialties

Sinus specialties
Sinus

Chronic sinus conditions can make everyday activities a challenge. We carefully diagnose your condition and apply our expertise to implement a treatment plan designed specifically for you. Learn how we can help you get back to living life to the fullest.

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ENT specialties
General ENT

When you're having trouble speaking, hearing, or eating, it's hard to enjoy life. Early intervention is the best way to successfully treat any ENT problem you may be having. Using the latest technology, our experts have helped people from every walk of life-including Hall of Fame performers.

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Audiology specialties
Audiology

Hearing or balance loss can affect your interactions with friends and family and even your safety. There can be a number of causes for these conditions and an equally wide range of treatment options, including hearing aids, cochlear implants or surgery.

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Dr. Ford D. Albritton IV, MD

Otolaryngology/Ear, Nose, Throat

  A pioneer in the treatment of sinus conditions. As one of the nation's most experienced surgeons with balloon sinuplasty, Dr. Albritton frequently gives lectures on the topic, consults on the design of new medical devices, authored the preeminent publication regarding awake in-office procedures, and has trained physicians in the region and beyond. he's driven by his passion to deliver the most successful outcomes in a safe and caring way.  He is the current Board Chairman of Texas Institute for Surgery and Chairman of Otolaryngology at Texas Health Prebsbyterian Dallas. He is board certified in Otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat) and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. A Dallas native, he has been recognized by D Magazine as a Top Doctor for 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013.    Areas of Expertise include:  Sinus & Rhinology Minimally Invasive Sinus and Septal Surgery  Balloon Sinuplasty  Education: B.S.; Texas A&M University; Cum Laude (through early admittance combined BA/MD program at A&M) M.D.; Texas A&M University College of Medicine; With Honors (graduated 3rd in his class) Internship and Residency;  Emory University School of Medicine    During his free time, Dr. Albritton enjoys pending time with his wife and 3 children, traveling, cycling, painting, cooking, and listening to music. A man of many interests and talents, he even helps manage an independent record label, Misra Records.       PUBLICATIONS:   Albritton FD, Casiano R, Sillers M. Feasibility of in-office endoscopic sinus surgery with balloon sinus dilation. American Journal of Rhinology & Allergy. 2012; 26(3):243-48.   Albritton, FD, Levine, H, Smith, J, Rowe-Jones, J, Zahurullah, F, Armstrong, M, Duplan, D, Gershow, J, Leopold, DA, Kuhn F. Surgeon Radiation Exposure in ESS Using Balloon Catheters.   Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery. 2009; 140(6):834-40.   Albritton FD; Kingdom TT; DelGaudio JM.Malleable registration mask: application of a novel registration method in image guided sinus surgery. American Journal of Rhinology. 2001; 15(4): 219-24   Albritton FD; Kingdom TT. Endoscopic sinus surgery in patients with cystic fibrosis: an analysis of complications. American Journal of Rhinology. 2000; 14(6): 379-85   DelGaudio JM, Dillard DG, Albritton FD, Hudgins P, Wallace VC, Lewis MM. Computed tomography--guided needle biopsy of head and neck lesions. Archives of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surg. 2000 Mar; 126(3):366-70.   Albritton, FD, Kingdom, TT. Cystic Fibrosis and Nasal Polyposis. Medscape Respiratory Care. Volume 4, Number 1; January/February 2000.  (http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/408749_4)   Behar, PM, Albritton, FD, Muller, S, Todd, NW.  Multicentric infantile myofibromatosis. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. 1998 Oct 15; 45(3):249-54.    Albritton, FD, Lenis, AX. (1994) Cavernous Hemangioma of Tympanic Membrane. Ear Nose Throat Journal. 1994 Nov; 73(11):808.    Albritton, FD, Lenis, AX. (1994) Mixed Adenoma of the Middle Ear. Ear Nose Throat Journal. 1994 Dec; 73(12):882.   Schwade, NP, Albritton, FD, Liu, SXL, Chiou, GCY. Comparison of Systemic Absorption of Insulin via Conjunctiva with Punctum Sealed and via Normal Eye with Punctum Open. Drug Delivery. 1993; 1:139       RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS AND LECTURES:   ACADEMIC MEETING RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS:   Albritton FD, Casiano R, Sillers M. Safety, feasibility and cost comparison of endoscopic sinus surgery: office balloon versus operating room. (Presented at ARS Fall meeting October 3, 2009 San Diego, CA)   Albritton, FD, Levine, H, Smith, J, Rowe-Jones, J, Zahurullah, F, Armstrong, M, Duplan, D, Gershow, J, Leopold, DA, Kuhn F. Surgeon Radiation Exposure in ESS Using Balloon Catheters. (American Academy Otolaryngology –HNS, 2008 Chicago, IL)   Albritton, FD; Kingdom, TT; DelGaudio, JM.Malleable Registration Mask: Application of a Novel Registration Method in Image Guided Sinus Surgery. (Presented at ARS Spring meeting 2000, Orlando, FL)   Albritton, FD, Kingdom, TT.Endoscopic Sinus Surgery in Patients with Cystic Fibrosis: An Analysis of Complications. (Presented at ARS Fall meeting 1999, New Orleans, LA)     LECTURES:   Interventional Rhinology: Early Intervention and the NHS Invited guest/ Keynote Lecturer Gathering of UK Rhinologists (a collaborative, informal dinner meeting between selected rhinologists from around Britain) July 2013 London, UK   Interventional Rhinology: Matching Treatment to Disease Rhinology Keynote Lecturer 97th Annual Clinical Assembly of the AOCOO-HNS Foundation May 8-12, 2013 - Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress, Orlando, FL   Rhinology/Sinus Panel and Case Discussions Panelist  97th Annual Clinical Assembly of the AOCOO-HNS Foundation May 8-12, 2013 - Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress, Orlando, FL   Sinus/Allergy Workshop Workshop leader with: Mahmoud M. Ghaderi, DO (Drexel, Philadelphia COM, Philadelphia, PA),  97th Annual Clinical Assembly of the AOCOO-HNS Foundation May 8-12, 2013 - Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress, Orlando, FL   Drug delivery: The future is NOW (0.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit)   Panelist with co-panelists David Conley, MD (Northwestern University, Chicago, IL), John DelGaudio, MD (Emory University, Atlanta, GA), Bruce Tan, MD (Northwestern University, Chicago, IL), Ashtoush Kacker, MD (Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY ), Rohan Wijewickrama, MD (St. Elizabeth's Medical Center, Boston, MA) The Open Forum 2012, Waldorf Astoria Grand Ballroom, New York City, NY 7/2012   The "interventional" doctor's barometer: What to do and when to do it (1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit)  Panelist With co-panelists Peter Catalano, MD (St. Elizabeth's Medical Center, Boston, MA), Leonardo Balsalobre, MD (Edmundo Vasconcelos Hospital,Sao Paulo, Brazil), Martin Hopp, MD (Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA), Barry Schaitkin, MD (UPMC-Dept of Otolaryngology Pittsburgh, PA), Reuben Setliff III, MD (Setliff Sinus Institute, Sioux Falls) The Open Forum 2012, Waldorf Astoria Grand Ballroom, New York City, NY 7/2012    Interventional rhinology: A novel concept for maximizing medical therapy? Panelist With co-panelists Fred Kuhn, MD (Savannah, GA), Reuben Setliff, MD (Sioux Falls, SD), Prof. A. Simon Carney, MD (Adelaide ,AU) Ray Weiss, MD (Biloxi, MS) Brian Weeks, MD (San Diego, CA) The Sinus Forum 2011, Waldorf Astoria Grand Ballroom, New York City, NY 7/2011    Office cookbook: Effective recipes for patient preparation and essential equipment Lecturer The Sinus Forum 2011, Waldorf Astoria Grand Ballroom, New York City, NY 7/2011    Office balloon dilation: The future for treatment is now Lecturer & Workshop leader The Sinus Forum 2011, Waldorf Astoria, New York City, NY 7/2011   Live Surgical Cases: focus on functional endoscopic dilational maxillary antrostomy and total ethmoidectomy with uncinate preservation Live Surgeon Sinus Forum, Washington D.C. 7/2009     The Maxillary Sinus in Minimally Invasive Endoscopic Technique Symposium Lecturer and Panelist Rhinology World 2009 (Combined Meeting of the International Societies of Rhinology),  Philadelphia, PA 4/2009   Use of lighted guidewire in FESS with sinuplasty  Panelist Sinus Forum, Chicago, IL 7/2008     PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS:   Sinus and Rhinology Molecular and inflammatory pathways in sinusitis subtypes   Cellular protection strategies, therapies, and techniques

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Dr. Gary P. Goldsmith, MD

Otolaryngology/Ear, Nose, Throat

A leading authority on ENT conditions.  For more than 20 years, Dr. Goldsmith has been providing outstanding care to patients in Northern Dallas. He is at the forefront of the field when it comes to innovative methods for treatment. His commitment to delivering high quality, pleasant and informative medical services is evident from the moment he meets a new patient.  He is a Board Certified Otolaryngologist (ENT Doctor) who currently practices medicene and surgery at Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. He has served as Chairman of the Department of ENT and he is active on the staff of Texas Institute for Surgery. D Magazine has listed Dr. Goldsmith as a "Best Doctor in Dallas" since 2000. He also served as a Clinical Assistant Professor at Southwestern Medical School for 15 years.  Born in Dallas, Dr. Goldsmith is a 5th generation Texan. When he's not advancing ENT care, he can be found golfing, playing tennis, gardening, cooking, spending time with his wife and children, or working on his tree farm in East Texas.  Education: B.A., Cornell University M.D., Baylor College of Medicene  Surgery Internship- University of California, San Diego  Otolaryngology (ENT) Residency- University of Texas, San Antonio   Memberships:  American Academy of Otolaryngology Dallas County Medical Society  Texas Medical Association  NTENT Genesis Physicians Group 

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Caring professionals who are pioneers in the field.

Our doctors are at the forefront of sinus care, in our state and across the country. In fact, we’ve developed many of the innovative in-office procedures we perform and trained many of the physicians in the region. But, perhaps most important of all, every member of our staff provides friendly, personalized care that makes you feel welcome and comfortable. Read More

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