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Lynne Lim Ear Nose Throat & Hearing Centre (Child & Adult)
#17-07 Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre

3 Mount Elizabeth, Singapore 228510

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Dr Lynne Lim is one of the top ENT specialists residing in Singapore, with over 20 years of accredited ENT experience. She is currently Senior Consultant Ear Nose Throat – Head & Neck Surgeon at her private practice at Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre and Farrer Park Medical Centre. She continues as Adjunct Associate Professor to the School of Medicine at National University Singapore for research and teaching, and is Visiting Consultant to the clinical ENT Department at National University Hospital.

Lynne graduated with the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Science degree from National University of Singapore (NUS) in 1992, and was admitted as a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 1996 on completion of the ENT specialty fellowship examination. In 2001, she was accredited as a Specialist in Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) by the Ministry of Health (MOH) and Singapore Medical Council.

Lynne was awarded a Healthcare Manpower Development Program (HMDP) Fellowship for ENT Surgery and National Medical Research Council Research Fellowship for research at Cincinnati Children Hospital Medical Centre, Ohio, USA. She spent 3 years between 2001 to 2003 there at CCHMC, a world-renowned American ENT Board Accredited medical and research centre, mentored by the giant of Pediatric ENT, Professor Robin Cotton and Professor John Grienwald.

Between 2002 to 2004, Lynne completed her Master of Public Health degree at the Harvard School of Public Health, USA. Her second MOH HMDP award in 2008 -2009 was for reconstruction surgery of complex microtia/ atresia/ middle ear bones pathology at leading centers of Stanford Medical Centre (USA), University of Virginia Medical Centre (USA), and Nagata Plastic and Ear Reconstruction Clinic (Japan).

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Dr Lynne Lim is very nice and patient. Her patients are as young as babies. She did the operation for my baby when he is 1 yr old.

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Ask Dr Lynne Lim: Sleep Apnea

Do you have problems sleeping through the night? Loud snoring, constantly feeling tired, waking up with a dry mouth; if these symptoms sound familiar to you, you might be suffering from sleep apnea.

Sleep apnea is a potentially serious disorder where a person's breathing is constantly interrupted during sleep. People with untreated sleep apnea stop breathing repeatedly during their sleep, sometimes hundreds of times. 

Dr Lynne answered readers' questions on sleep apnea.

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Dear Mr Jeffrey, The most common cause of a dent in the nose would be from trauma to the nasal bone that has been missed or forgotten. Sometimes, with age, the dent becomes more obvious as the traumatised part does not grow normally. If the dent has been there since birth, it could be a congenita...
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Dear Miss Fox, Most of the lumps I have removed from tonsils have returned on excision biopsy as fibrous or chronically inflamed tonsillar tissue. Occasionally, it turns out to be viral warts. These are not dangerous lumps. However, as your tonsil lump has been growing in size...
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Dear Miss Tan, You can lift your baby's tongue to see if the frenulum, a thin membrane that connects the tip of the tongue to the floor of the mouth, is tight. It may be easier for a doctor to check this for you though, as the doctor would be able to draw on past experience to determine what is c...
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Thanks for the D2D. Here are some cost estimates for sleep apnea treatment in Singapore: The initial cost would be the consultation ( from $150 ) and possibly a flexible nasoendoscopy cost ( from $250 ) to determine the levels of obstruction and medical issues that need to be man...
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Hi Evelyn, Many spouses do suffer chronic fatigue themselves if they are not able to sleep due to their spouse’s snoring. Some wear ear plugs to sleep. However, it is important to remember that your husband may be snoring out an SOS for help. Snoring is not just noise, but ...
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Dear Anjali, Thanks for the D2D. Snoring is not just noise. Not all who snore have sleep apnea, but snoring is a sign that you may have sleep apnea. In Singapore, a recent study found that 90% of those with already moderate to severe sleep apnea did not know that they had sleep a...
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