ENT DOCTOR PRINCETON, NJ (Bunn Drive)
OTOLARYNGOLOGY, ALLERGY, HEARING, SLEEP DISORDERS
The medical professionals at Becker ENT & Allergy offer a wide range of otolaryngology services. Whether you’re experiencing hearing loss, have chronic sinus issues, or your child is suffering from seasonal allergies, you’ll get the best possible diagnostic and therapeutic care at our Princeton offices.
If you or a family member need the help of an experienced Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) doctor or advanced allergy services, then you will have many options in the Princeton area. Many residents find that the specialists at Penn Medicine Becker ENT & Allergy are the best of the best.
How to reach us
Address and hours of operation
256 Bunn Drive, Suite A
Princeton, NJ 08540
Hours of operation
|Monday||8:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||8:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||8:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||8:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||8:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
Penn Medicine Becker ENT and Allergy specialize in:
Nose and sinus health is essential for free and easy breathing. When the sinuses are inflamed or otherwise blocked, it can cause discomfort, congestion, and difficulty breathing. Many people suffer from chronic sinusitis and sinus infections, which cause them many problems in their daily lives. Sinus issues can affect performance at work, disrupt sleep, and reduce a person’s quality of life.
At Penn Medicine Becker ENT, we look into the root cause of sinusitis to determine whether the issue is acute or chronic and to identify the best treatment options. Some patients may need nose surgery to fix a deviated septum (septoplasty) or another structural issue, while other symptoms can be managed with less invasive methods, like irrigation and medication. Our otolaryngologists will evaluate your symptoms and look over your medical history to diagnose and treat any nose and sinus issues you may have.
Diagnosing and treating head and neck disorders often requires a team of specialists. At Penn Medicine Becker ENT & Allergy, our highly-trained staff works together to pinpoint the cause of a patient’s head and neck concerns and come up with a custom treatment plan. With so many skilled staff members available in the same building, patients have the convenience and peace of mind of coordinated care.
Some patients find that their problems are caused by thyroid & parathyroid problems, while others have been unknowingly dealing with sleep apnea, sometimes for years. We can also diagnose cancers of the head and neck.
Snoring occurs when an obstruction in the ENT system causes choppy airflow and results in vibration of the tissues in the mouth, throat, and nose. Although it’s a common issue, it can indicate more serious health problems, lead to poor sleep, and/or affect the sleep of a bed partner.
People who snore generally have some kind of obstruction that is preventing normal airflow. In some cases, snoring can be a symptom of sleep apnea, which is a condition that causes a person to stop breathing during sleep, typically many times a night.
Sleep apnea and snoring can be treated in a variety of ways, depending on the situation. For some people, an oral appliance that fits over the teeth or an antihistamine can be enough to ease snoring and promote better sleep. Other patients need a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) breathing machine or surgery to find relief. Some people can also treat their symptoms by losing weight or avoiding alcohol.
Many people notice that their quality of life suffers considerably when they start to notice hearing loss, develop tinnitus (constant ringing in the ears), or experience dizziness. All of these issues are related to the function of the ears and can have different causes. We offer hearing tests both in-office and online.
Our trained ENT physicians and audiologists work together to diagnose ear and hearing problems in order to restore function and comfort as much as possible. Chronic ear infections, wax buildup, perforations, and Eustachian tube dysfunction are all common ear issues we treat at our Princeton offices.
Children have their own special medical needs and require a patient and understanding physician. At Penn Medicine Becker ENT & Allergy, we understand the requirements of young patients and work hard to ensure that children have a positive experience under our care.
Parents are typically very concerned about their children’s health and need a physician who will involve them in their child’s care while providing comprehensive updates. We offer everything from ear infection treatments to speech therapy and hearing tests for children.
Throat and swallowing conditions can be very uncomfortable. Some people experience frequent sore throats or feel like they constantly have a lump in their throat. Others notice changes in their voice quality. Any of these symptoms can warrant a visit to our ENT or speech-language pathologist.
Our team can evaluate your condition using state-of-the-art equipment and pinpoint the cause of your symptoms. We have treated people from all backgrounds for voice and swallowing conditions, including professional singers and performers.
An allergy occurs when a person’s immune system reacts to a harmless substance and sees it as a threat. This can cause problems like watery eyes, a runny nose, rash, hives, lung conditions, or even anaphylaxis.
Many people suffer from seasonal allergies at various points during the year as plants release pollen. Others have allergies to specific foods such as peanuts or tree nuts—which can sometimes be life-threatening. If you are concerned that you or your child might have an allergy or if you’re sick of sniffling all spring or fall, our experienced allergists can help.
Many people manage their allergy symptoms by avoiding the allergen altogether. That works for some people, but others have allergies to common plants, dust mites, and other substances that are difficult to avoid. In these cases, immunotherapy might be a good option to avoid the side effects of over-the-counter allergy medications.
Expert allergists and immunologists at Penn Medicine Becker ENT offer testing and long-term therapy for patients of all ages who are suffering from allergy and asthma symptoms. Allergy shots, drops, and other treatment options may be appropriate.
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We have two facilities in Princeton, on Bunn Drive and Ewing Street. Both locations are close to Princeton Airport and Princeton University. They are just a short way down the road from each other.
Princeton, New Jersey is famous for being home to Princeton University, a member of the Ivy League. But in addition to hosting some of the brightest minds in the country, the town of Princeton is also a great place to live for individuals and families. In fact, it’s been ranked as one of the best places to live in all of New Jersey.
The town is steeped in intellectual and historical culture, but it also provides residents with access to a range of fulfilling activities, a safe and enjoyable atmosphere, and some of the best healthcare in the country.
If you are traveling to our office from out of town, please let our staff know! They will be happy to direct you to places to stay, restaurants, and activities so you can enjoy your time in beautiful Princeton.
Activities and Points of Interest
In Princeton, there’s no shortage of things to do and see. Though the town is not large, it offers excellent options for people who enjoy an active lifestyle. There are numerous parks, trails, and places to go for a run.
Families will be able to enjoy lots of time outdoors in every season. There’s Carnegie Lake, which is popular for sailing, rowing, and even ice skating in the winter. Or, there’s the history-rich Princeton Battlefield State Park, home to the Princeton Battle Monument at the site of a key Revolutionary War battle.
Among the other activities in Princeton are the Princeton University Art Museum, the Morven Museum and Garden, Cotsen Children’s Library, the Quaker Meeting House, and various ornate churches. There’s something for every interest, especially for those who love history and learning.
Directions from Princeton Airport (2.6 mi):
- Take Airpark Rd to US-206 S
- Turn right onto US-206 S
- Turn left onto Herrontown Rd
- Turn right onto Mt. Lucas Rd
- Turn left onto Poor Farm Rd
- Turn right onto Bunn Drive
- Turn right into the parking lot
Directions from Princeton University (2.5 mi):
- Head east on Nassau St toward Charlton St
- Turn left onto N Harrison St
- Slight right onto Bunn Drive
- Turn left into the parking lot
Directions from Trenton (US-1 N) (14.5 mi):
- Get on US-1 N
- Take the Lower Harrison St/Union Rd exit
- Turn left onto Lower Harrison St/Union Rd
- Slight right onto Bunn Drive
- Turn left into the parking lot
New Jersey’s most trusted source for comprehensive ear, nose, and throat (ENT) care.
Our otolaryngologists, audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and allergists/immunologists are experienced, knowledgeable, and compassionate. Some of our physicians are involved with distinguished university programs and are dedicated to staying up to date with innovative treatments, tools, and research. They have also authored books, are involved in active research projects, and often lecture at high-profile medical events.
We use cutting-edge technology at our facility to make treatments as comfortable, effective, and minimally-invasive as possible. Patients can have the peace of mind that they are getting the best possible care at our offices. Our staff is dedicated to patients’ health, comfort, and well-being.
Elite medical professionals in Princeton, NJ.
Many of our practitioners are award-winning and/or board-certified, with extensive experience in their respective fields. Our team has the collective skill and expertise to tackle even the most complex ENT or allergy cases, as well as facial plastic surgery. They have a history of consistent success, with many glowing testimonials from patients who found relief at Penn Medicine Becker ENT & Allergy in Princeton, NJ.
Daniel G. Becker, MD
Founder and Medical Director
of The Penn Medicine Becker ENT & Allergy Center
Samuel S. Becker, MD
Director of Rhinology
at The Penn Medicine Becker ENT & Allergy Center
Kathryn Edwards, MD
Board-Certified Allergist, and Immunologist
Paul Frake, MD
Otolaryngologist, Head and Neck Surgeon
Naomi Gregory, DO
Luke Kim, MD
Otolaryngologist, Head and Neck Surgeon
Michael Lupa, MD
Aubrey McCullough, DO
Board-Certified Otolaryngologist, Facial Plastic and Head and Neck Surgeon
Robert Mignone, DO
Board-Certified Otolaryngologist – Head and Neck Surgeon
Kenneth Rosenstein, MD
Jamie Zacharias, MD
Board Certified Allergist
Nicole Schrader, MD
Double Board-Certified Otolaryngologist, and Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon
Elias Akl, MD
Board certified in internal medicine and is a fellow of the American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology (FAAAAI)
Omar H. Ahmed, MD
Board-certified otolaryngology – head and neck surgeon
Gileno Fonseca, MD
Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgeon
Kirk Lozada, MD
Facial Plastic & Reconstructive, and Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgeon
Richard Sterling, MD
Board Certified Otolaryngologist
and Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
Naba Sharif, MD
Specialty-Trained Audiologist Team
The specialty-trained audiologists at Penn Medicine Becker ENT and Allergy in Princeton, NJ, provide comprehensive care for the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of hearing loss.
Jill MacMillan, Au.D.
Member of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association
Karen McQuaide, Au.D.
Served in leadership positions at New York University, Temple University and University of Florida
Caren “CC” Sokolow, M.A.
Received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pittsburgh, and her Master of Arts degree in Audiology from Temple University
Paris M. Atabek, Au.D.
Audiologist with experience working with patient populations across the lifespan with hearing and balance difficulties.
Josephine Han, Au.D.
Audiologist with extensive experience working with patients of all ages to meet their hearing, balance, and communication goals.
Vyvian Nguyen, Au.D.
Licensed audiologist with experience working with pediatric through geriatric populations in a variety of settings
Kyle T Smith, Au.D.
Audiologist, with years of experience as sound designer/engineer in the recording industry, brings a unique perspective on Audiology cases.
Speech-Language Pathologist Team
Everyone deserves a voice. Penn Medicine Becker ENT and Allergy speech-language pathologists in Princeton, NJ, evaluate and treat speech and language problems in adults and children.
Alyssa Molfese, MM, MA, CCC-SLP
Undergraduate degree in music education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Carly Schiff, MS, CCC-SLP
Speech-Language Pathologist who specializes in Voice and Swallowing Disorders
Diana Becker, MS, CCC-SLP
Speech-Language Pathologist who specializes in voice, upper airway, and swallowing disorders.
Rebecca Grossman, MS, CCC-SLP
Speech-language pathologist who specializes in voice and swallowing disorders.
Speech-Language Pathologist who specializes in Voice and Swallowing Disorders.
Nurse Practitioner Team
Penn Medicine Becker ENT and Allergy in Princeton, NJ, prioritize each patient. Becker ENT board-certified nurse practitioners play an integral role in providing high-quality care and routine diagnostics.
Andrea Farwell, FNP-BC
Board Certified Family
Megan Seery, NPC
Board Certified Family
Deidre Emerich, FNP-BC
ANCC board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner.
Shannon Erlich, FNP-BC
Board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner.