The Highest Standard of Care
Advanced ENT Specialists
Comprehensive, Patient-Centered ENT Care
Virtual visits are available for some appointments and follow ups. Call to schedule.
Comprehensive Ear Nose & Throat Practice
We offer comprehensive, patient-centered evaluation and treatment for many ENT related problems. Our team of providers and helpful support staff make it easier for patients and care plans by offering several related services in house. From pediatrics to adults, Advanced ENT takes the time to listen and explain as part of our compassionate approach.
Hearing loss, tinnitus, frequent ear infections, earwax build up, screening and testing, hearing aids and other acute or chronic ear disorders and treatments
Sinus issues including allergies, post-nasal drip, sinusitis, headaches, nosebleeds, snoring, congestion, deviated septum, injury or fractures
Comprehensive ENT care for more than a decade, and regionally recognized for excellence
Dr. Mahesh S. Parameswaran
Specialty: Otolaryngology, ENT
Dr. Nipun Chhabra
Jaster Francis, PA-C
Kelli Willingham, DNP, FNP-C
Holly Rigney, PT, DPT
Kimberly Johnson, Au.D.
We provide advanced evaluation of pediatric and adult hearing, including traditional audiometry, evoked potentials (OAE) and electrophysiologic evaluations (neurodiagnostic ABR, ECOG). We offer treatment of pediatric and adult hearing loss with the latest hearing aid technology that pairs clarity with discreet design. We also offer comprehensive treatment of tinnitus (ringing in the ears) through hearing aids and sound therapy.
Pediatric Ear, Nose and Throat Care
Evaluation and comprehensive care for infants, children and teens, including recurrent ear infections, ear tubes, allergies, sinusitis, strep throat, tonsillitis, hearing loss, snoring and sleep apnea, hoarseness, and speech issues.
Dizziness Evaluation and Balance Therapy
We emphasize advanced diagnostics and whole-health management and rehabilitation for those suffering with vertigo, dizziness and altered balance disorders.
Chronic sinusitis treatment using state-of-the-art techniques, including balloon sinuplasty and image-guided endoscopic surgery for precision treatment, excellent outcomes and fast healing
Snoring & Sleep
One in four people have chronic snoring or sleep apnea that requires medical intervention for safer, deeper, more restful sleep. Let Advanced ENT help you rest easier.
End allergy symptoms and suffering by determining the substances causing your discomfort and creating a management plan that fits your lifestyle.
Voice & Swallowing
Get to the bottom of voice, swallowing or breathing issues, hoarseness or chronic lesions. Advanced ENT’s evaluations are focused finding treatment options for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
What will I need for my first appointment?
Please complete our New Patient forms (below) and bring them to your appointment, or bring your medical, insurance and payment information and arrive early for your first appointment to complete your paperwork. Please bring any results from lab work, copies of x-rays or imaging, notes from other doctor appointments, and a record of your symptoms and treatment (for frequent or recurring issues).
Help us make your first appointment run smoothly. Please bring:
- Health Insurance Card/Information
- Drivers License or government-issued photo ID
- Paper Referral, if required by your insurance company
- Any Co-Pay required by your Insurance Plan
- A list of all medications you are taking (including the dosage and instructions)
- A copy of any X-Rays or CT scans (Please get the actual films burned onto a disc, not just the written report)
- Copies of records from doctors related to your sinuses/nose/allergies/lungs.
- Including, any recent hearing test results
- A list of your questions /concerns
- Complete the “New Patient” paperwork below
Download PDF Forms
Find the forms you’ll need here
What insurance do you accept?
Because plans and coverage change, please call our office to check on our availability with your insurance plan. If you arrive at your appointment without a valid referral,and one is required,you may be rescheduled.
- AETNA (PPO, POS, HMO, QPOS, OPEN CHOICE): Some AETNA plans require a referral
- ANTHEM (PPO AND HMO)
- BCBS PPO
- BCBS BLUECHOICE (Referral required)
- CAREFIRST BCBS
- CIGNA (PPO, POS, HMO): Please see note below and note that some CIGNA plans require referrals
- COVENTRY HEALTH
- FIRST HEALTH
- MDIPA (Referral required)
OPTIMUM CHOICE (Referral required)
- SOUTHERN HEALTH
At this time, we are no longer accepting new Medicare, Medicaid or Tricare patients. Also, we do not accept self-pay patients.
CIGNA CONNECT Patients: We are a participating provider and accept new patients with Cigna Connect, however if you need any services outside of our office (surgery, imaging, rehab, etc…) we cannot guarantee that the facility participates with Cigna Connect.
UNITED HEALTH CARE Patients: Please be aware of your insurance’s requirements for referrals, it is your responsibility to ensure that a valid referral is on file with our office at least 24 hours prior to your appointment.
Do I need to see an ENT?
ENTs are otolaryngologists, doctors with specialized training to treat the ear, nose and throat. These areas might not seem like a large part of your body, but health concerns with these areas cause more than half of the health concerns that send people to the doctor’s office in the first place. Seeing an ENT often gets you to a diagnosis and treatment faster.
If you are experiencing chronic problems with your ears, nose or throat it is time to schedule a visit. If your allergies, runny nose, sinus headaches, sleep or balance issues are not responding to treatment by your primary care physician then it is time to schedule a visit. If you are having problems staying awake during the day and snoring wakes others at night then it is time to schedule a visit.
What is sinusitis and how is it treated?
Sinusitis is an inflammation of the sinuses, which may be due to infection. Sinusitis can be acute or chronic. Patients usually feel a combination of pain, pressure or headache. Sinus surgery is often necessary when sinusitis does not get better with medication or other treatments.
Will I need surgery?
Our office provides many types of treatment, including surgery, which is often a final recommendation when other options are not effective. In addition to being skilled diagnosticians and clinicians, ENTs are required to undergo surgical training. So, if you need a surgical procedure, the ENT you see in the office will be the surgeon you have in the operating room. Most ENT surgery is outpatient or day surgery, meaning you return home the same day as your surgery.