Welcome to South Florida ENT Associates, P.A. –
The offices of Drs. Cooper, Lewis, Morse & Weisstuch
Our expert team of ENTs offer quality care for both pediatric and adult patients. We serve the tri-county area with office locations in Weston and Pembroke Pines. South Florida ENT Associates provides diagnostics and treatment for ear, nose, and throat (ENT) care, sinusitis treatment, sinus surgery including balloon sinuplasty, allergy treatments, sleep disorders including sleep apnea, hearing disorders, digital hearing aids, facial plastic surgery, head and neck surgery, laser surgery, nasal and laser endoscopic sinus surgery, robotic surgery, voice disorders, rhinoplasty, vertigo treatment, pediatric ENT care, and more.
When you visit our office, you’ll receive experienced care that integrates the latest in industry tools and treatments. We are proud to offer Botox, Clarifx, and Sinuva to aid in relieving your most troubling sinus symptoms. With over 25 years of experience in the ENT industry, you’re in trusted hands here.
Do you suffer from a chronic runny or stuffy nose, itchy eyes, coughing, or hives? You may have an allergy. Our medical staff will conduct an allergy test to identify what you are allergic to. Once the specific allergens are identified, our ENT physicians will recommend a variety of treatment options.
Millions of Americans have sinuses that are constantly inflamed or blocked. The blockage can be caused by allergies, chronic sinusitis, or a deviated septum. With over 25 years in the ENT industry, our expert team of physicians will diagnose and identify the source of your sinus issues and recommend the appropriate sinus treatment.
Hearing loss is a common problem that is associated with aging; however it can also be caused by exposure to loud noises, earwax, medications, or an infection. Our team of hearing specialists will diagnose and determine the cause of your hearing loss and discuss appropriate treatment options.
Snoring is a common condition that affects nearly 90 million Americans. Snoring may be caused by nasal congestion, a deviated septum, or a sleep disorder called sleep apnea. The team at South Florida ENT will work with you to determine the cause of your snoring and recommend the most appropriate treatment for you.