Tali Lando, M.D.

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November 12, 2013

Dr Tali Lando | Pediatric ENT Doctor Westchester NY | White Plains NY | Yonkers NYA summa cum laude graduate of Columbia University in New York City, Dr. Tali Lando, M.D. graduated with honors from medical school at Weil Medical College of Cornell University and was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. Dr. Lando completed her joint residency at the Columbia and Cornell campuses of New York Presbyterian Hospital followed by a prestigious two year fellowship in Pediatric Otolaryngology at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Dr. Lando is board certified in otolaryngology head and neck surgery.

Dr. Lando treats pediatric patients from birth to adolescence while placing parents and young patients at ease with her approachable style. Dr. Lando has undergone intensive training in both endoscopic and open airway surgery at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, one of the busiest airway centers in the US. Dr. Lando has served as an instructor in the annual University of Pennsylvania Airway Foreign Body Course. She has published several articles in the adult and pediatric otolaryngology literature. She has also written chapters on the topics of general pediatric otolaryngology, minimally invasive techniques in airway reconstruction surgery and congenital neck masses. She has presented at the national level on vocal cord paralysis and its surgical interventions, including re-innervation.

Dr. Lando has significant experience with a newer, less invasive approach to specific airway disorders using balloon dilation. She has had extensive training in utilizing bipolar radiofrequency plasma ablation (Coblation) to treat various head and neck lesions including lymphatic malformations and sinus polyps. She is interested in a wide range of general pediatric otolaryngologic disorders including adenotonsillar hypertrophy, obstructive sleep apnea, otitis media, hearing loss, and tympanic membrane perforations. She has a special interest in airway disorders as well as congenital neck masses including thyroglossal duct cysts and branchial anomalies.