ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat)

During septoplasty, the surgeon operates on the inside of the nose, creating a small incision in the septum to remove the extra bone or cartilage. Sometimes, anesthetic nose surgery (rhinoplasty) is combined with septoplasty to improve the…
Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy
Sometimes tonsils are infected. Tonsillitis causes sore throat, fever, difficulty swallowing and swollen glands in the neck area. The doctor may notice a reddened throat or see the tonsils covered in white and yellow. Sometimes, taking ant…
Cochlear Implant
What's a Cochlear Implant?Cochlear implants are electronic devices that stimulate the cochlea and provide a sense of sound for people with hearing impairments. It bypasses the damaged hair cells and sends auditory signals to the brain. A c…
Tympanoplasty is the surgery performed on the eardrum. The eardrum may be damaged and torn due to several reasons. The injury to the eardrum involves numerous complications such as hearing impairment, dizziness, middle ear infections, and …
Polyp Excision and Sinus Surgery
If the size of a polyp is sufficient to cause nasal obstruction, it should be removed by surgery. Since polyp usually originates from the sinuses, if only the nasal polyps are removed, it is more likely that they will recur. The best way i…
Tympanostomy (Ear tubes)
Sometimes, chronic ear infections can cause problems such as hearing loss or behavioral and verbal problems. In these cases, ventilation tube surgery (tympanostomy) is required by the ENT specialist.
FESS (Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery)
The purpose of endoscopic sinus surgery is to remove the secretions accumulated in the sinuses and improve the flow of air through the nasal passages.
Tympanomastoidectomy is an operation on the eardrum through the bone on the back of the ear. This type of surgery is recommended in patients who have acute otitis media or middle ear otitis media.
The polyp is a mass that forms in the tissue and extends into empty space. Polypectomy is performed to remove polyps that cause symptoms that may be cancerous or need to be investigated.
Laryngeal Surgery
Indirect laryngoscopy can be done with a simple dental mirror or a flexible fiberoptic endoscope. This can be done when the patients are awake, and this operation is normally well tolerated. Laryngoscopy of the larynx can detect a wide var…
ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat)