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Dra. Isabel Morales

Mexico City

Medical | ENTPlastic Surgery

ENT – Ear, nose and throat Doctor in Mexico City. Providing medical and surgical care for ears, nose, sinuses, throat, larynx, and facial plastic surgery.

How to identify an auditory loss

  • No response to sounds or no understanding of what is being said
  • High volume for TV or Radio, or a need to be loud when communicating
  • A need to repeat everything or part of the conversation is lost
  • Presence of a Hum or Tinnitus
  • Language delay in young children





  • Infection
  • Ear wax removal
  • Hearing loss
  • Tinnitus (ringing noise)
  • Vertigo & dizziness
  • Foreign body removal


  • Tympanoplasty
    • Surgical procedure to reconstruct or build a new timpani membrane
  • Otoplasty
    • Surgical procedure to make the ear look less prominent or with normal shape
  • Ear lobe closure
    • When the earing or piercing holes get too big or damage the ear lobe



  • Allergic and non-allergic Rhinitis
  • Rhinosinusitis (infection or chronic sinusitis)
  • Nasal bleeding
  • Nasal polyps
  • Foreign body removal


  • Rhynoseptoplasty / Septoplasty
    • Nose Surgery to correct a deviated septum, reduce turbinate size and/or improve the aesthetic appearance of the nose
  • Functional Endoscopic Nasal Surgery
    • Endoscopic Procedure for treating Sinusitis, or remove Nasal Polyps
  • Nasal Reconstruction / Facial Reconstruction
    • Aligned or reconstruct the bones and recover adequate function and aesthetics of the nose and face



  • Infections
  • Hoarseness
  • Snoring


  • Adenotonsillectomy / Tonsillectomy
    • Surgical removed of the adenoid tissue and or tonsils
  • Vocal cord Pathology
    • Resection of polyps, nodules, vocal cyst and other lesions
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  • Rhinoplasty
  • Perforated eardrum
  • Otitis
  • Tonsillitis
  • Sinusitis
  • Nose surgery
  • Hearing loss

Facial Aesthetics

  • Botox | Face rejuvenation
  • Hyaluronic Acid application
  • Lobuloplasty (facelift)
  • Mentoplasty (chin) | Blepharoplasty (eyelid)
  • Rhitidectomy (excess skin from face & muscle tightening)

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Otolaryngologist (ENT)
Facial Surgeon
Consejo Mexicano ORLCCC
CP 5561532 La Salle
CE 7946917 UAG
Aviso Publicidad COFEPRIS 2309132002A00072

Degrees & Certifications

  • Certified by the Mexican Board of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery


  • M.D. Degree – Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara School of Medicine
  • Training in Otolaryngology (Head and Neck Surgery) – Hospital Español de México, Universidad La Salle
  • Postgraduate certified in Rhinology, Paranasal Sinus and Facial Surgery – Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México


  • Mexican Society of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery
  • Hospital Español, Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery Association
  • Mexican Society of Rhinology and Facial Surgery
  • Medical Society Hospital Español de México
  • Medical Society Hospital Ángeles Lomas


Mexican Magazines of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery

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359 Calderón de la Barca St, 3rd Floor, Mexico City


Mon – Thurs (8 am – 8 pm)
Fri (8 am – 6 pm) Sat (10 am – 1 pm)

Should I have a nose job?

Some patients do not like their nose and seek cosmetic nose surgery, in order to improve its external appearance.

Others seek functional nose surgery because they do not breathe properly.

If you are looking to improve your nose, breathe better or both, the first thing to do is determine if you have any functional alterations (breathing issues) as well as identify what you don’t like about your nose and your expectations.

What should I clean my ears with?

This is a very common question in the office, and the answer is simple: WITH NOTHING.

The ears naturally produce wax that is responsible for lubricating the skin of the ear canal and protecting them. These have a “self-cleaning” system.

When you manipulate them with Q-tips or some other object, you prevent this system from working properly and you can produce matchstick plugs or worse still… Perforate your eardrum!

What should I do about earaches after swimming?

Swimmer’s Ear or Otitis Externa is an infection in the external auditory canal . This occurs when there is an injury that breaks the integrity of the skin that covers the external auditory canal , thus favoring some bacteria or fungus to infect it.

After swimming, dry ears with a towel, tilting the head to allow the water to come out of the conduit. Do not use cotton balls or any other item to clean inside it, with this you will avoid skin lacerations.

In some recurring cases, after swimming, ear drops or preparations can be applied to keep the ear dry, however, these should always be indicated by your doctor.