ENT surgeries are performed to treat disorders related to the ear, nose, and throat. Several surgeries use minimally invasive procedures, resulting in minimal complications and a fast recovery. These surgeries are recommended when the non-invasive treatment options are ineffective in relieving the symptoms."Head & Neck"
Tonsillectomy involves the removal of the tonsils. The patients undergo tonsillectomy to treat inflammation or infection of the tonsils. Adenoidectomy is the procedure for the removal of the adenoid glands. It is one of the most common surgeries in children. The surgeon recommends this procedure for chronic infections, impaired nasal breathing, and recurrent earaches.
With the advancement of imaging technology, sophisticated surgical instruments, and excellent post-surgical care, the risks during and after ear surgeries have been significantly reduced. However, some patients may experience certain side effects. These include infection, bleeding, formation of blood clots, pain, delayed wound healing, and revision surgery.