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Marc Dean, MD

Marc Dean, MD is a board-certified otolaryngologist, practicing full time in private practice in Fort Worth, Texas, specializing in ear and sinus disease and disorders of the eustachian tube. He attended Baylor University for his undergraduate studies in bioinformatics, attended Texas Tech for his medical training and completed his residency program at LSU-Shreveport. Dr. Dean served as assistant professor for three additional years at LSU-Shreveport and remains on the LSU facility as a clinical professor.

Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery (HNS), Dr. Dean completed an internship in general surgery and his residency at Louisiana State University Health Science Center, where he now serves as assistant professor in Otolaryngology/HNS.

As President and CEO of the Otorhinologic Research Institute, a non-profit organization focusing on the development of new treatments for ear, sinus and eustachian tube disorders, Dr. Dean hopes to raise the awareness of these conditions in local medical communities around the world.

In that capacity, he has taught, lectured and lead mission trips to multiple countries providing free information to doctors and necessary medical treatment to those in need. New endeavors include the development of a cochlear implant program in northern Iraq and a head and neck program in Vietnam.

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Can Headphones Cause Hearing Loss?

In today's world, it seems like nearly everyone is using headphones to listen to their favorite music, podcasts, or audiobooks. However, whether you are using your headphones for work, school, or leisure, it is essential…

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What is Swimmer’s Ear and How Can You Treat It?

Swimmer's ear, also known as otitis externa, is an inflammation and infection of the outer ear canal caused by bacteria or fungi. As the name suggests, swimmer's ear is commonly caused by water remaining in…

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Postnasal Drip Treatment: 5 Ways to Find Relief

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How to Soothe a Sore Throat

Your throat is responsible for a multitude of tasks. Not only does it allow you to speak, but it also helps you swallow and breathe, both functions which are integral to your survival. Unfortunately, the…

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