Services & Conditions We Treat

Dr Gan Eng Cern is a fellowship trained Consultant Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) Surgeon.

  • It is important that you keep your nose and sinuses functioning and healthy. An unhealthy or problematic nose & sinuses can lead to other complications such as worsening of Asthma, snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA).

  • Whether it is loud rattling or mild snorting sound, snoring can be irritating for both snorers and bed partners. According to international studies, up to 40% of adults snore and this is a common experience for many in Singapore.

  • Unlike adults, children may not able be able to express some of their symptoms accurately. ENT conditions in children may include fever and irritability, difficulty in learning or delayed speech development and “frequent cold or flu”.

  • The human ear is more than just an organ for hearing. It is also an organ for balance. The ear has a complex system that feedback signals to the brain to allow us to keep our head and body in balance in different head positions and movements.

  • The throat is the area at the back of your mouth. Your throat includes the tonsils, upper part of the foodpipe (upper esophagus), windpipe (trachea) and the voice box (larynx). It has a common space where food and the air that we breathe in travels through.

  • The head & neck region is a complex area that houses important organs and structures, including the ear, nose and throat. Although there are overlaps with these structures, head & neck conditions usually refer to conditions that arise from the oral cavity, pharynx, salivary glands, thyroid glands, muscle, nerves, great vessels, skin and soft tissues in the neck.