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Texas Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists, L.L.P.

Ear Doctor in North Texas

Ear: Do conversations get lost in crowded rooms, or do your friends and family have to keep repeating themselves when you didn’t hear what they asked you the first time—or times?

Nose Doctor in North Texas

Nose: Do you have to keep one eye on the pollen forecast after the winter snows melt to predict whether or not you’ll be able to breathe the next day? Are sinus pressure, nasal drainage, and congestion driving you to distraction and exhaustion?

Throat Doctor in North Texas

Throat: Is your voice not being heard when you want to say something because you have a persistent sore throat or lose your voice? Is your thyroid turning your life on its head and draining your energy?

Get Solutions to Your Ear, Nose, and Throat Problems Today!

Our team will help you:

  • Hear: You don’t have to live in a world that’s too quiet, too muffled, too distant, and too lonely. You should be able to tune in and connect with the world and especially with the ones you love!
  • Breathe: You shouldn’t have to lock yourself indoors when the pollen count spikes, nor should you have to squint through painful sinus headaches and pressure. Enjoy the outdoors again.
  • Speak: If you want to speak up and join the conversation when you have something to say, you should be able to do it—without pain and difficulty.
  • Live: And you should have the energy and wherewithal (thanks to a healthy thyroid) to do it too.

In short, you should be able to enjoy hearing, smelling, breathing, talking, and singing—whatever you can do with your ears, nose, and throat. But if you do struggle with these essential life activities and enjoyments, then it’s time to take action today. Contact us at Texas Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists, L.L.P. in North Texas (817-952-5508) and schedule an appointment.

Our experienced team works together to help people in North Texas hear, breathe, and express themselves more comfortably and effectively. And it’s our unique combination of experience and cutting-edge technology, combined with a true concern for each one of our patients and their health that brings folks back whenever they struggle with problems like hearing loss, allergies, voice and throat problems, and even thyroid disorders.

Our experienced team work together and will go the extra mile to help you get the answers and solutions you need to any hearing, nose, and throat problem you have.

Call Us at the Texas Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists, L.L.P.’s North Texas offices to schedule an appointment today: 817-952-5508.

Why Go to an Otolaryngologist?

Otolaryngologists are medical specialists with extensive knowledge of the head, neck and ears. In fact, otolaryngologists are often referred to as ENT’s, which is short for Ear, Nose, and Throat doctors. Doctors have long known that these three areas are intertwined, and otolaryngology is the oldest known medical specialty in the United States. Otolaryngologists are qualified to perform surgeries in the delicate tissues of the head and neck. We can treat many medical issues from hearing loss and balance issues, to sinusitis, laryngitis, allergies, and more. 

We Are Relocating

This note is to inform you that we–Dr. Mary Ashmead and Amy McDonald, PA-C– are relocating our practice from Texas ENT to start our new ENT office nearby in Southlake. I am confident that this move will enable us to continue providing excellent care and service to our patients. Our new office will be located in east Southlake at 300 S Nolen Drive, Suite 100. The new office is scheduled to open July 17, 2023. Our last day at Texas ENT is July 11th. We are excited about this transition and the opportunity to continue serving you and your healthcare needs in a new setting. We understand that continuity of care is of utmost importance and want to provide options to ensure seamless medical attention going forward.

You can choose from the following alternatives:

1. Transition to the New Practice: You are welcome to transfer your care to our new practice. We can continue our doctor-patient relationship with minimal interruption. You will need to complete the records request form for your records to transfer.

2. Remain with the Texas ENT Specialists: If you prefer to stay with the current practice, we completely understand. The administrative team will be happy to assist you in assigning a new doctor. Your records will remain at Texas ENT and will be available to your new Texas ENT physician.

Regardless of the choice you make, please be assured that your medical records will be handled with the utmost confidentiality and in compliance with all privacy laws and regulations. If you decide to continue your care at the new practice, please let us know as soon as possible.

This can be done in several ways:

1. Texting “forward patient records to Dr. Ashmead” to Texas ENT at 817-803-1693 to request the needed electronic form

2. Reaching out on our texting app Klara

3. Contacting the Texas ENT office directly at 817-540-3121

4. Reaching out via our website at

If you choose to stay with the current practice and be assigned a new doctor, this can be done whenever you need a follow-up appointment. Feel free to reach out to the Texas ENT reception team at 817-540-3121.

We are grateful for the trust you have placed in us as your healthcare providers, and we sincerely hope that you will consider joining us in our new office. Amy and I are committed to providing you with exceptional medical care and continuing our journey toward better health together.

Texas Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists, L.L.P.