Our ENT Doctors in Dallas, TX, Dr. Theilen and Dr. Williams have a total of 50 years of combined experience treating ENT and allergy disorders. We endeavor to offer accurate advice and treatment utilizing sound judgment, advanced technology, and experienced surgical skills.
Frank W. Theilen, M.D.
Dr. Frank Theilen has practiced in Irving, Texas since 1987. He is a native Texan with many ties to the community. He has been recognized by D magazine and Texas Monthly. He serves as a clinical professor at UTSW Medical School. His special interests include the treatment of allergic and infected sinuses; obstructive sleep apnea and snoring; children’s ear and throat disorders; ear surgery; thyroid and parathyroid disorders.
Neil P. Williams, M.D.
After completion of residency at UT Southwestern Medical School, Dr. Williams joined Irving-Coppell ENT in 1994. An Oklahoma native, Dr. Williams is active in the local medical community, and speaks fluent Spanish. He serves as a clinical professor at UTSW Medical School. His special interests include sinus surgery, snoring surgery, salivary stone endoscopic surgery, and pediatric ENT. Dr. Williams has been certified in Sleep Medicine since 2007.
Our qualified audiologist is proud to serve patients in Dallas and Irving, TX.
Lauren Crawford, Au.D.
Dr. Crawford attended one of the top audiology programs in the nation. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science with honors in Speech Pathology and Audiology and a minor in music from the University of Texas at Dallas. She then proceeded to complete her Doctorate of Audiology at the University of Texas at Dallas/Callier Center for Communication Disorders.
Mica Ingram, Au.D.
Dr. Mica Ingram graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech and Hearing Science and a Master of Arts degree in Audiology from the University of Illinois. She then completed her Doctorate of Audiology at Pennsylvania College of Optometry and School of Audiology. Dr. Ingram has been practicing audiology for 17 years and specializes in diagnostic audiology, vestibular assessment, and treatment of hearing loss with amplification and aural rehabilitation.