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ENT Specialty Center





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We at Advocare ENT Specialty Center strive to be the ear, nose and throat providers of first choice for adults and children in Southern New Jersey, providing advanced subspecialty care in a warm, caring environment. Our approach is always high tech/warm touch.

No Mask. No Hose. Just sleep

Discover Inspire Therapy for Sleep Apnea Advocare ENT Specialty Center’s Gabriel Wong, MD, FACS is the ONLY doctor in South Jersey approved to perform Inspire Therapy. This innovative treatment treats people with moderate-to-severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea who are unable to use or get consistent benefit from CPAP. > more

Seasonal Allergies

Leave Your Allergies on the Bench! We provide effective and convenient allergy testing and immunotherapy that treat the vast majority of patients with seasonal and perennial allergies. With a little bit of planning, children with allergies can enjoy all the benefits - and the fun - of playing sports, even during allergy season. > more

Sublingual Immunotherapy (SLIT)

Allergy Drops. Not Shots. At Home. Wishes Can Come True… Sublingual immunotherapy is an alternative way to treat allergies without injections. Our doctors give you a small dose of an allergen under the tongue to boost tolerance to the substance and reduce your symptoms… It’s that easy! > more


Pediatric ENT Specialists Advocare ENT Specialty Center board-certified otolaryngologists are experts in the evaluation and care of your child’s ear, nose and throat symptoms. We work closely with your pediatrician for the best medical and surgical care. Your children like it here and parents trust our care! > more

Tonsils and Adenoids

She Snores a Lot Health problems from diseases of the tonsils and adenoids are among the most common problems in the pediatric population. Sore throats, upper respiratory infections and associated diseases of the ear account for the greatest number of visits in most pediatric practices. > more

Snoring & Sleep Apnea

Breathe Right. Sleep Tight. Snoring & Sleep Apnea …When we snore or stop our breathing, our heart rate and blood pressure become elevated, sometimes alarmingly so. Snoring and its louder brother, sleep apnea, are potentially devastating problems which can lead to serious medical conditions if left untreated. > more

Hearing Loss

Did You HEAR That? Sudden Hearing Loss affects about 4,000 adults in the US every year. If not treated promptly it can cause permanent hearing loss. Sudden hearing loss is frequently caused by viral swelling of the inner ear or auditory nerve, and can be reversed only if treated early. > more


Ringing in the Ears Up to 90% of people with tinnitus have some level of noise-induced hearing loss. The noise causes permanent damage to the sound-sensitive cells of the cochlea, a spiral-shaped organ in the inner ear. ... The natural aging process, which can cause deterioration of the cochlea or other parts of the ear. > more

Thyroid Nodules

Have You Had the Neck Check? Thyroid Nodules occur in approximately 20 million Americans, many of whom are unaware they have this condition. Early diagnosis and treatment are key to managing thyroid nodules. Our doctors are experts at evaluating and treating thyroid nodules. > more

Healthy Tips

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