We see a wide range of pediatric patients, from toddlers to young adults. We care for pediatric patients with ear infections to sleeping problems, sore throats, hearing loss, allergies, and sinus problems. We work with the child's pediatrician to help make a diagnosis and form a treatment plan.

Our surgeries are performed at Rochester General Hospital in the Ambulatory Surgery Center. The children and their families are encouraged to take a tour and explore the Ambulatory Surgery Center before his/her surgery. Our office will provide you with further information about the tour. The common surgeries Dr. Oliver performs on pediatric patients include: tonsillectomies, adenoidectomies, ear tube insertion, and sinus surgery. Information and instructions on these procedures can be found in the Procedures section of “What We Do."

We offer allergy treatment without the use of needles, which is a great alternative for our younger patients, as well as those with a fear of needles. Sublingual immunotherapy is a non-invasive and painless form of allergy treatment. For more information on Sublingual Immunotherapy, please refer to the Allergy section of “What We Do."