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  • Stapedectomy for Otosclerosis and Congenital Stapes Fixation
  • Tympanoplasty and Tympanoplasty with Mastoidectomy for active ear infections,damage from ear infections, perforations, and hearing loss
  • Endolymphatic Sac Surgery, Intratympanic Gentamicin, and the Meniett device as well as medical treatment for the management of Meniere's disease
  • In Office Laser Assisted Ventilation Tube Placement with Topical Anesthesia for fluid and infections in young children and adults
Areas of Interest: Ear Surgery and Treatments

William H. Moretz, Jr., MD is Board Certified in Otolaryngology and exclusively practices Otology in which he is Fellowship trained. He returned to his home of Augusta in 1987 to establish the Southern Otologic Clinic.

Dr. Moretz has been selected by his peers for inclusion in the "Best Doctors in America". He holds an appointment as Clinical Professor at the Medical College of Georgia.

He has published numerous scientific articles and regularly addresses the scientific and medical communities at meetings and courses throughout the United States and Europe.

Dr. Moretz has designed more than 60 ventilation tubes, middle ear prostheses and instruments used worldwide to restore hearing. He continues to work in the research and development of microsurgical techniques and instrumentation in otologic surgery.

William Moretz Jr., MD
  • Bachelor of Science
        Davidson College
  • Doctor of Medicine
        University of North Carolina
         at Chapel Hill
  • General Surgery Residency
        Vanderbilt University
  • Otolaryngology Residency
        University of North Carolina
        at Chapel Hill
  • Otology Fellowship
        Shea Clinic
  • Over 25 years experience practicing
        Surgical and Medical Otology,
         having performed more than
         9,000 ear surgical procedures
William Moretz, Jr. MD
  • Active Medical Staff
        University Hospital
        Augusta, Georgia
  • Clinical Professor
         Medical College of Georgia
        Augusta, Georgia
  • International Faculty
        Causse Ear Clinic
         Annual International Otology Course
        Beziers, France
  • Active Member Otosclerosis Study Group
  • Active Member American Otological Society
  • Active Fellow American Neurotology Society
  • Active Fellow Politzer Society
  • Active Fellow American Laryngological
        Rhinological, Otological Society
        aka The Triological Society