About Baltimore Sinus Specialists

Baltimore Sinus Specialists is a unique pairing of ear nose and throat physicians that have specialized training in diseases of the nose and sinuses working hand in hand with a fellowship trained allergist/immunologist.

Marc G. Dubin, MD, FACS and Douglas Reh, MD, FACS are board certified Otolaryngologists-Head and Neck Surgeons (Ear Nose and Throat Doctors/Surgeons) who specialize in disease of the nose and sinuses (sinusitis). Alireza Nejad, MD, PhD is a board certified Allergist/Immunologist. They work closely with their partner Sam Hahn, MD who is an Otolaryngologist-Head and Neck Surgeon who specializes in reconstructive surgery of the nose. Their practice is located at Ear Nose and Throat Associates at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC), as well as their office in McCormick Plaza 1 in Hunt Valley, the premier ENT practice in Baltimore, MD. ENT Associates is a Division of Centers for Advanced ENT Care, the largest provider of quality ENT care in the mid-Atlantic.

Nose, Sinus and Endoscopic Sinus Surgeons

Dr. Dubin and Dr. Reh practice the full range of adult and pediatric ENT. Their past and present research centers on complex diseases of the nose and sinuses, particular revision sinus surgery, sinusitis with polyps, frontal sinus disease and tumors of the nose and sinuses.

Both Dr. Dubin and Dr. Reh received additional, advanced fellowship training in the surgical and medical management of sinusitis and diseases of the nose. They have the most advanced training and experience in endoscopic nose and sinus surgical procedures and utilize the most sophisticated equipment available. Their experience in revision and frontal sinus surgery and the medical/non-surgical management of challenging sinus disease is unparalleled in the region.

Dr. Dubin and Dr. Reh are two of a handful of fellowship trained Rhinologists (Sinus Doctors/Surgeons) in the state of Maryland and they are the longest practicing full time sinus specialists with advanced fellowship training practicing in the region.

This team of Rhinologists is the ONLY team of full time fellowship trained sinus surgeons in the region. Additionally, they hold the distinction of being the ONLY Sinus Center in the state to feature a board-certified Allergist/Immunologist and a fellowship-trained Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon working in tandem with their fellowship-trained rhinologists. This distinguished level of training and expertise is what truly what makes the Baltimore Sinus Center stand out above everyone else. Moreover, their services encompass specialized allergy testing facilitated by their experienced Allergist/Immunologist.


What is an ENT?

An ENT is a medical doctor specialized in the field of Ear, Nose, and Throat medicine, also known as Otolaryngology. These specialists diagnose, treat, and manage conditions related to the head and neck, including issues affecting hearing, breathing, swallowing, and speech. They can perform surgeries for conditions like chronic sinusitis, correct deviated septums, remove tumors in the head and neck area, and address issues related to hearing loss and voice disorders, among other responsibilities. Their full title is Otolaryngologist, but they are commonly referred to as ENT doctors.

What is a Sinus Specialist?

A Sinus Specialist is a medical doctor who focuses on diagnosing and treating conditions affecting the sinuses, which are air-filled cavities within the skull. These specialists are often ENT doctors (Ear, Nose, and Throat) with additional training in the management of sinus problems. They are equipped to deal with issues such as sinusitis, nasal polyps, and sinus headaches, among other sinus-related conditions. Sinus Specialists can utilize a variety of diagnostic tools, including imaging studies and endoscopic examinations, to accurately diagnose conditions. Treatment options may range from medication therapy to surgical interventions like functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS).

What is an Allergist?

An Allergist is a medical doctor specialized in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of allergies, asthma, and related immunological disorders. After completing medical school, an Allergist typically undergoes additional training in either internal medicine or pediatrics, followed by a fellowship in allergy and immunology. These specialists are trained to identify triggers and symptoms of allergic reactions, as well as to conduct tests such as skin prick tests or blood tests to confirm allergies. Treatments provided by an Allergist can include medication prescriptions, allergy shots (immunotherapy), and advice on environmental control measures to minimize exposure to allergens. They also manage conditions like hay fever, food allergies, eczema, and anaphylaxis.

Areas of Expertise:

• Sinus Polyps
• Minimally Invasive Sinus Surgery

• Revision/Redo Sinus Surgery
• Frontal Sinus Surgery

• Complex Sinus Surgery
• Sinus Tumors

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