News, Throat / November 4, 2021
By: Kelly Warf, Au.D.
Michael Layland, M.D.
Many experienced a loss of taste and smell due to Covid-19 this past year. But loss or altered sense of taste and smell is something ENT specialists have been diagnosing and treating for many years. Below is a list of etiologies that have contributed to a loss or reduced perception of taste.
Treatment will depend on the cause; this might be with vitamins, switching medications, managing a disorder (diabetes, thyroid, or kidney problem), and/or stop smoking.
If you are experiencing any of the symptoms described above, please schedule an appointment with us today so we can determine the underlying cause and create a treatment plan. Schedule your appointment at the Ear, Nose, and Throat Center today. Call 847-685-1000.
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