Ear, nose, and throat (ENT) treatment are performed to treat the conditions that affect hearing, breathing, voice, swallowing, speaking, taste, or balance disorders.
ENT interventions can be recommended for problems that cannot be treated with other treatment methods. Some of the problems that affect the ENT are – sinusitis, nose infections or injuries, ear infections, sleep disorders, including sleep apnea, vertigo, head and neck pain, speech or swallowing disorders, tonsillitis, tumours, etc.
Some of the common procedures used to treat ENT conditions include balloon sinuplasty, coblation, endoscopic sinus surgery, head and neck cancer surgery, neck dissection, septoplasty, tonsillectomy, adenoidectomy, tympanomastoid surgery, etc.
Laryngectomy is the removal of some part of or the whole larynx. It is performed to treat conditions like laryngeal cancer, injury to larynx, and radiation necrosis (cell death due to radiation therapy). The larynx has three main parts: supraglottis,…Explore More
Hearing implants are special devices that are surgically fitted inside or on the skull. There are various types of hearing implants, of different styles and shapes, where each one can be automated to manipulate sound to suit the specific requirements…Explore More
Septoplasty is a procedure that is performed to correct the deviated nasal septum. The septum separates the two nostrils of the nose. It directs the airflow and supports the nose. The septum may be deviated at birth or can be…Explore More
Tympanoplasty is a surgical procedure performed to repair the defect in the eardrums. It not only closes the hole or perforation but also improves hearing and prevents the water from entering the middle ear. Mostly, a hole in the eardrum…Explore More