Micro Ear Surgery
This is a part of the micro surgery, this surgery takes place when there is a hole in the eardrum. This hole is repaired by placing a graft developed from a piece tissue from other body parts.
Through this surgery the hearing can be improved.
The diseased mastoid cells are removed through a surgical procedure called mastoidectomy. The location of the mastoid is right behind the ears and it is also a part of the skull. The mastoid comprises air cells which look similar to a honeycomb. Infection of nastoud cells tends to spread to the skull. At this stage it is necessary to remove it surgically to prevent any further damage.
In certain scenarios it is seen that there is some kind of pus formation or some kind of fluid has built up in the middle ear. In these situations a small incision is created within the eardrum to drain out the puss and release the pressure that has developed in the middle ear. This surgical procedure is termed as the Myringotomy
Grommets are inserted within the ear to prevent any kind of middle ear infection and also to cure glue ear or middle ear fluid. Grommet is a ventilation tube which is inserted within the eardrum to let air inside the middle ear in order to prevent fluid build-up inside the middle ear.
Septoplasty is used to treat deviated septum surgically. This surgical process is utilised for straightening the cartilage and the bone (septum) that acts as a divider between the two nostrils. This provides a better ventilation of sinuses and resolves prolonged problems like breathing difficulty, snoring and so on.
Functional endoscopic sinus surgery commonly known as FESS. This procedure is a technique where the sinus air cells and sinus ostia are opened under direct visualization. This process is used to create a ventilation within the sinus and restore its normal. Visualisation is done using an endoscope which is inserted into the nose without making outside skin cuts
Balloon sinuplasty is an endoscopic surgery where a small balloon catheter is inflated within the nasal cavity in order to drain the nasal sinuses. This procedure is mainly used to treat sinus inflammation, rhinosinusitis and any other kind of
Adenoidectomy is a type of surgery which is used to remove the adenoid gland. The adenoid gland is an lymphatic gland to fight the germs but in many scenarios the glands are inflamed due to allergies and infections leading to a chronic nose block and snoring with mouth breathing.Removal of the adenoids the nasal passage is cleared and breathing difficulties, earaches due to the inflammation and blockade of Eustachuab tube( connection between nose and ear) is also cured.
Tonsillectomy is a surgery that helps in removing the tonsils which are two oval shaped tissues at the back of the throat. The tonsils are the home for white blood cells who fight the germs but in certain cases they themselves become infected and become inflamed. To avoid further more infections due to the tonsils these are removed surgically.
Laryngoscopy is an endoscopic procedure specially designed for examining the larynx, throat and nose directly. This is done by inserting a flexible viewing tube through the nose which reaches to the larynx or the vocal cords. This medical procedure is performed in order to identify any kind of abnormalities within the vocal cords, glottis, nose or throat.
Microlaryngeal surgery is a process where the abnormal growth within the larynx is removed. There are many kinds of abnormal growths like granulomas or benign cysts that form within the larynx, by removing these abnormal growths the voice disorders can be corrected as well. Laryngeal cancer is also treated with the help of Microlaryngeal surgery
Tracheostomy is a type of medical procedure which deals with the breathing process of a person. This procedure is done by cutting an opening in the neck below the level of vocal cords through which a pipe is inserted inside the windpipe of a person. This pipe allows the air to enter directly into the person’s lungs.
Tongue tie release
This is a condition where the thick or tight band of tissue (lingual frenulum) tethers the bottom of the tongue’s tip to the floor of the mouth. When this kind of issue develops then the band of tissues or the frenulum is surgically released. After this surgery the tongue does not remain heavy and improves speech as well as helps in the free movement of the tongue.
Vertigo is a sensation of dizziness or feeling off balance. There are various reasons for experiencing vertigo. Most common problem is due to inner ear problems which deals with the balance of the body. The most common inner ear disease are BPPV, Meniere’s disease and Vestibular Neuritis. However. There are other reasons like head or neck injury, migraine headaches and brain problems which sometimes cause vertigo. The symptoms of vertigo are swaying, vomiting, headache and feeling nauseated.
Facial nerve surgery
Acoustic Neuroma or Vestibular Schwannoma is a benign tumor that forms slowly on the vestibular nerve which connects the inner ear to the brain. The branches of these nerves are directly responsible for balancing and hearing, when there is some kind of pressure on this nerve then can be loss of hearing, ringing in the ear and unsteadiness.it can be treated by radiation or surgery if it is causing pressure symptoms
Foreign Body In Ear, Nose Or Throat
A foreign body is referred to as object which is present in a region where it is not supposed to be present. A foreign object can be living or non-living. These foreign objects can enter into the nose, ear or throat. When this occurs there will be utter discomfort, irritation or a feeling of obstruction. At this point immediate doctor consultation is necessary.
Head And Neck Surgeries
The thyroid gland is present in the neck and this gland is responsible for regulating the metabolism rate in the body. The thyroid diseases occur when the thyroid gland produces too much hormone (hyperthyroidism) or produces too less hormone (hypothyroidism). When there is a constant swelling or inflammation in the nodules which is not getting cured by medicines require surgery. This surgery is called thyroidecytomy and in this process the thyroid glands are removed completely or partially. The thyroid glands are also removed when there is presence of cancer in the nodules.
Parathyroid disease is referred to the diseases that occur due to the malfunctioning of the parathyroid glands. These glands are responsible for producing the parathyroid hormone (PTH) which maintains the calcium level in the body. When the calcium release is too high into the blood then the parathyroid glands are removed. This procedure is known as parathyroidectomy.
Parotid is the largest salivary gland which produces saliva in the mouth to keep the mouth moist, digest food and also prevents decaying in the teeth. This gland is located right beneath and front of the ear. Surgery is performed to remove these glands when there are growth of tumours found in the glands. These tumours can be benign or malignant. This procedure of surgery is known as parotidectomy.
The Submandibular gland is a saliva gland which is present below the lower jaw. This saliva gland is present to produce saliva in the mouth to keep the mouth moist, digest food and also prevents decaying in the teeth. The Submandibular gland is removed when there is a tumour, infection or the saliva duct is blocked.
Neck dissection is a type of surgery that is performed to remove the lymph nodes present in the neck. Those lymph nodes are known as the cervical nodes. This surgery is performed when there is presence of cancer in the cervical lymph nodes. To stop the spread of the cancer further those lymph nodes are removed surgically.
Head and Neck Cancer Surgeries
Carotid Body Tumor
When there is a tumour present in the carotid artery then it is removed surgically. Carotid body is the pressure regulating system in the body. Carotid Body Tumor surgery is performed to remove the tumour from the artery as well the damage in the artery is also repaired. In most of the cases the tumours are usually benign but these tumours become very large in size and they tend to create pressure on the artery structure . This tumor can be treated with surgery or radiotherapy
Skull Base Surgery
The glomus tumours are usually benign tumours which tend to grow in the upper part of jugular vein which are the large blood vessels in the neck. The glomus tumours are mostly benign but when they grow and create a lot of pressure on the surrounding tissues thus a lot of damage is caused on the surronding tissues when they grow. Therefore, these tumours are required to be removed surgically to avoid any kind of severe damage. They can cause destruction of cochlea where nerve of hearing resides resulting in hearing loss, giddiness, headache and voice change in some cases
Anterior And Lateral Skull Base Surgeries
Office Based Procedure
Painless Wax Removal
Intratymapnic steroid injection
Intratymapnic gentamycin injection
Diagnostic Nasal Endoscopy