Turner, William, M.D.
Dr. Turner was born in Rochester, NY and attended the University of Pennsylvania where he received his Bachelor’s of Arts and his Medical Degrees. His residency was at the University of California, San Diego and he has been practicing since 1998.
He is Board Certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Otolaryngology, head and neck surgery.
Dr. Turner’s specific areas of interest include the medical and surgical treatment of patients with hearing and balance disorders, and chronic sinus and nasal disease in adults and children. He performs all major ear surgeries, including ear drum repair and ear tumor removal, and hearing restoration (stapedectomy, aural atresia repair, ear bone reconstruction, cochlear implantation and hone anchored hearing aids). In addition, he offers both surgical and office procedures for vertigo and surgery on the Eustachian tube.
Dr. Turner is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Wright State University School of Medicine and the Director of the Hearing Loss/Cochlear Implant Program at Dayton Children’s Medical Center.