SUNY Upstate Medical University
Residency – 2004
Medical College of Wisconsin
M.D. - 1999
University of Utah
B.S. – 1995
Bryan Wilcox grew up in Bountiful and graduated from Bountiful High School before attending the University of Utah. He attended medical school at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, WI and completed his Otolaryngology residency at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY in 2004. For eight years, he worked in private practice at Colorado ENT & Allergy in Colorado Springs. Then, in January of 2013, he moved back home to Utah and joined Mountain West ENT.
Dr. Wilcox is board certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery and he is a fellow of the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy. He is a member of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. He is affiliated with Mountain West Surgical Center, Avenues Surgical Center, Lakeview Hospital, Davis Hospital, and Primary Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Wilcox treats a wide range of ENT conditions. Some of his clinical interests are hearing disorders and ear surgery, allergy testing and sinus allergy treatment, thyroid and parathyroid conditions, sinus surgery, and head & neck surgery. He sees both children and adults.
Dr. Wilcox spends his leisure time with his family, working on their hobby farm, riding horses, hiking, and elk hunting. Dr. Wilcox lives in Farmington with his wife and six children.
Seasonal allergies affect thousands of people, especially this time of year. Today, Dr. Bryan Wilcox shares his best tips for treating and preventing allergies.
According to Dr. Wilcox, restoring hearing means re-engaging with life. Addressing hearing loss is one of his favorite clinical interests, whether he employs hearing aides or performs delicate inner ear surgery for his patients. Dr. Wilcox also touches on other ENT procedures he performs in Davis County.
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 patients in need.
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.