About Baltimore Sinus Specialists

Baltimore Sinus Specialists features a skilled team of board-certified Otolaryngologists-Head and Neck Surgeons, including Dr. Marc G. Dubin and Dr. Douglas Reh, who focus on sinus and nasal conditions. Dr. Sam Hahn contributes his expertise in reconstructive nasal surgery to our comprehensive ENT services. Enhancing our offerings, Dr. Alireza Nejad, a fellowship-trained Allergist/Immunologist, provides specialized allergy testing and treatments. Our practice is centrally located at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC) and McCormick Plaza 1 in Hunt Valley, making us a prominent part of the Centers for Advanced ENT Care network and a leading ENT care provider in the Baltimore, MD area.

Nose, Sinus and Endoscopic Sinus Surgeons

Dr. Dubin and Dr. Reh are experts in the comprehensive care of adult and pediatric ear, nose, and throat (ENT) conditions. Their research, both past and ongoing, primarily focuses on complex nasal and sinus diseases, including revision sinus surgery, sinusitis with polyps, frontal sinus disease, and tumors affecting the nose and sinuses.

Both physicians have undergone advanced fellowship training in the surgical and medical management of sinusitis and nasal disorders. They excel in endoscopic nasal and sinus surgery, utilizing the latest and most advanced equipment. Their expertise in complex cases, such as revision and frontal sinus surgery, as well as the medical and non-surgical management of challenging sinus diseases, is unparalleled in the region.

As leading rhinologists in Maryland, Dr. Dubin and Dr. Reh are among a select group of fellowship-trained sinus specialists. They have the longest tenure in their specialty with advanced training in the region, making them pioneers in their field.

The Baltimore Sinus Center is unique in being the only facility in the state that combines the expertise of a board-certified allergist and a fellowship-trained facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon with its rhinology specialists. This integration of specialties under one roof offers a comprehensive approach to sinus and nasal care, setting the center apart.

The center’s allergy services are particularly noteworthy, offering extensive allergy testing and personalized treatment plans managed by their board-certified allergist. This service is crucial for accurately diagnosing and effectively treating allergies that often complicate sinus conditions, ensuring tailored management for each patient. This level of specialized care highlights the Baltimore Sinus Center’s commitment to excellence and patient-centered care in ENT and allied fields.


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What is an ENT?

An ENT, short for Otolaryngologist, is a healthcare professional with specialized training in Otolaryngology, the branch of medicine focused on the ears, nose, and throat. These experts are skilled in diagnosing, treating, and managing a wide range of conditions associated with the head and neck, particularly those that impact hearing, breathing, swallowing, and speaking. ENT doctors are qualified to conduct surgeries for various ailments, including persistent sinusitis, deviated nasal septums, and removal of head and neck tumors. They also tackle problems related to hearing loss and voice disorders, among other duties. While their official designation is Otolaryngologist, they are more commonly known as ENT doctors.

What is a Sinus Specialist?

A Sinus Specialist is a healthcare professional specializing in the care of sinus-related conditions, focusing on the sinuses, which are air-filled spaces within the skull. These experts often have a background in ENT (Ear, Nose, and Throat) medicine and possess specialized knowledge in sinus care. They handle a range of sinus issues, including sinusitis, nasal polyps, and sinus headaches. To diagnose these conditions accurately, Sinus Specialists may employ various tools such as imaging tests and endoscopic exams. Their treatment approaches can vary from prescribing medications to performing surgical procedures like functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS).

What is an Allergist?

An Allergist is a physician with expertise in identifying, treating, and overseeing allergies, asthma, and other immune system disorders. Following their medical education, Allergists often complete further training in internal medicine or pediatrics before undertaking a fellowship in allergy and immunology. They are adept at recognizing the signs and triggers of allergic reactions and can perform diagnostic tests such as skin prick tests or blood tests to ascertain the presence of allergies. Allergists may prescribe medications, administer allergy shots (immunotherapy), and offer guidance on how to reduce allergen exposure through environmental controls. They also handle conditions like hay fever, food allergies, eczema, and anaphylaxis.

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• Frontal Sinus Surgery
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