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ENT Surgeries

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.

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  • Nose surgeries: Nasal or nose surgeries involve surgical interventions inside and outside the nose. The type of nasal procedure depends upon the cause and severity of the symptoms. Nasal surgery aims to improve breathing, correct acquired or congenital deformities, and repair nasal injuries. Nasal surgeries are also performed to treat a deviated septum and obstructive sleep apnea. Some of the procedures related to nasal surgeries are septoplasty, functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS), image-guided (computer-aided) sinus surgery, balloon sinuplasty, laser surgeries, turbinate surgeries, surgery for choanal atresia, and cosmetic rhinoplasty.
  • Ear surgeries: It is also known as otoplasty. Ear surgery improves the structure and function of the ears. The conditions treated through ear surgeries include conductive hearing loss, cholesteatoma, acoustic neuroma, ear canal or temporal bone cancer, eardrum perforation, and skull base tumors. The goals of ear surgery are to reconstruct the missing parts of the ear, such as the ear canal, improve hearing, enhance balance, and remove tumors. Several procedures used in ear surgeries are myringotomy and grommet insertion, tympanoplasty, mastoidectomy, ossicular chain reconstruction, and facial nerve decompression.
  • Throat surgeries: Invasive throat interventions are used for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. Surgical tissue excision also assists in throat cancer diagnosis. Several diseases require throat surgeries, such as thyroid cancer, parathyroid cancer, chronic throat infection or sore throat, and overactive thyroid or goiter. Different throat surgeries include tonsillectomy, adenoidectomy, micro laryngeal surgeries, and laser laryngeal surgeries.

Faq's

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.