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Ear, Nose & Throat Specialist


Serving all of Miami and South Florida, provides exceptional medical and surgical care for ear, nose, and throat (ENT) problems found in adults and children.
Dr. Octavio “Gus” Carreño is dedicated to making his patients his number one priority.

What patients say

Marta Ochoa

He is the only Dr. who healed the ears of my daughter who had her ears sick for more then 15 years so thanks to God and Dr. Carreño she is ok.

July 3, 2018

Ana Vazquez

Mi consulta con el Dr Octavio Carreño fue totalmente satisfactoria. El doctor fue muy amable y se tomó tiempo para explicarme todo acerca de mi problema y su tratamiento. El personal de la oficina también fue muy amable y cooperador. El doctor me atendió a la hora de mi cita, no tuve tiempo de espera. Realmente fue una buena experiencia.

October 16, 2017

Alex Soto

Like old times, he took his time to evaluate my case and did a great job. I felt he really cared and especially I felt he knew what he was doing.

December, 2016

Zhen-hua W.

The office staff was friendly even considering all the babies and kids in the waiting room. Dr. Carreño was efficient, professional, and explained details thoroughly enough for me to grasp what i was doing wrong, what I should do from here on out, and when to come in to see him should anything come up.

April 14, 2016


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