Dr. Light ENT center for diagnosis, treatment and surgery for ear, nose, and throat in Florida

The otolaryngologists at Dr. Joshua P. Light’s office offer a full array of ear, nose, and throat services in West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, and throughout South Florida. Whether you have swimmer’s ear, a sore throat, trouble swallowing or hearing loss, our physicians will work with you to achieve your optimal health. You can learn more about our services by reading this section of our website.


Millions of Americans suffer from various forms of allergies. From seafood and freshly mowed grass to bee stings and dust, there are thousands of allergens in our environment that can cause problems. Read More »

Balloon Sinus Dilation

A sinus infection, or sinusitis, is one of the most common health conditions in the United States. Each year, more than 37 million Americans suffer from sinusitis. That’s more than one in every ten people! Fortunately, there is a new treatment method available to help ease their discomfort. Read More »


Did you know that we use our ears for more than just hearing? We also use our ears for balance. Therefore, frequent dizziness can often be attributed to inner ear problems. Read More »

Hearing Aids

Because our hearing is so important in communication, hearing loss can be frustrating and scary. In fact, Helen Keller, who famously overcame blindness and deafness to become a successful author and activist, claimed that “deafness is a much worse misfortune” than blindness. Read More »

Hearing Loss

When your hearing starts to go, it can be a difficult experience. Confusion and fear aren’t uncommon. There are two main kinds of hearing loss with different causes and treatment. Read More »

Otology & Neurotology

The ear is connected to the brain by an intricate series of nerves. In order to understand, diagnose, and treat the medical issues that arise in the ears, one must also comprehend the complexities of that part of the nervous system. Neuro-Otology focuses on the neurological components of the auditory (hearing) and vestibular (balance) systems within the ear. Read More »

Sleep Apnea

Snoring occurs during sleep when muscles in your mouth relax too much. The sound comes from the back of the throat, or occasionally from the nose when the muscles at the back of your mouth, throat, and tongue relax. Whenever your muscles relax, they expand slightly. In doing so, they narrow the airways. Read More »


Your sinuses are a series of hollow cavities in the skull. Surrounding the eye sockets, the purpose of the sinuses is to act as passageways. Each of your sinuses has a narrow channel that leads to the nose.Read More »