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Tykie Skedros, MD


Dr. Skedros is board certified in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery with clinical interests in general otolaryngology, sleep apnea, head and neck tumors, allergy and sinonasal disorders, thyroid and parathyroid surgery.

Tykie Skedros is a native of Bountiful and has deep ties to the greater Salt Lake community. He completed medical training at Chicago Medical School then went on to residency training at the University of Pittsburgh. He has a clinical appointment with the University of Utah Department of Surgery and current teaching responsibility for the Division of Otolaryngology at the Salt Lake City VA Hospital.

Today, he lives in Bountiful with his wife and four children. When not cooking or working in his metal shop, Dr. Skedros can usually be found outdoors with a fly rod in one hand and a shotgun in the other. He is also fluent in Greek.


  • Ogden Clinic | Mountain West ENT Ogden,
    Utah – 2017 to Present
  • Mountain West Ear, Nose, and Throat Bountiful,
    Utah – 2003 to 2017

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Dr. Skedros in the Media

“Particular, thorough, and complete ENT care” from Dr. Skedros

Dr. Tyke Skedros takes pride in his practice. An ENT physician for over two decades, he enjoys seeing problems through to completion and giving his patients the most comprehensive care he can. Dr. Skedros also discusses a couple of clinical interests: sleep apnea and allergy testing.

Indicators of Sleep Apnea | Dr. Tykie Skedros on KSL5

Sleep apnea is a manageable condition that Dr. Tykie Skedros specializes in. He talks to Brooke Walker on KSL Studio 5 about conservative and advanced treatment options for sleep apnea.

Mountain West ENT | Challenger Commercial

Mountain West ENT has been serving Davis County for more than 25 years! They’re skilled physicians and expert surgeons who perform delicate head and neck surgery for patients in need.

Dr. Skedros on Ogden Clinic's Blog

An Alternative to the Bulky CPAP is Available in Davis County

The thought of one night of uninterrupted sleep is but a dream for people with obstructive sleep apnea. Most people living with obstructive sleep apnea find relief from continuous positive airway pressure or CPAP. While CPAP is the most common treatment on the market today, it requires patients to get comfortable with wearing a mask to bed and packing it up for travel. If you live with obstructive sleep apnea and find that your mask is too noisy, too uncomfortable, or inconvenient for travel, an alternative may be available.

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  • American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
  • American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy
  • College
  • B.S. University of Utah
  • B.A. University of Utah
  • Medical School
  • M.D. Chicago Medical School
  • Internship
  • University of Pittsburgh
  • Residency
  • University of Pittsburgh