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We, as a team, are  proficient in performing advanced head and neck surgeries, including thyroidectomy, parotidectomy, and neck dissection for cancerous or benign conditions. We utilize cutting-edge techniques, such as Laser, coblation, Intraoperative nerve monitoring,, to ensure optimal outcomes with minimal scarring and downtime.

When should I consult an ENT surgeon for head and neck concerns?

You should consider consulting an ENT surgeon if you experience persistent symptoms such as 

    1. chronic headaches
    2. facial pain
    3. difficulty swallowing or speaking
    4. persistent nasal congestion
    5.  hearing loss
    6. or any other concerning head and neck symptoms.

What are common head and neck conditions treated by ENT surgeons?

    1. chronic sinusitis and nasal polyps – Benign and Malignant tumours in the nose and sinuses – such as black fungus, Angiofibroma. 
    2. Oral Cavity Growths / Cancers
    3. thyroid nodules
    4. salivary gland disorders
    5. snoring and sleep apnea
    6. head and neck tumors

How are chronic sinusitis and nasal polyps treated?

Treatment for chronic sinusitis and nasal polyps may include medication to manage inflammation, nasal saline rinses, corticosteroid sprays, and in some cases, endoscopic sinus surgery to remove polyps and improve sinus drainage.

What is the treatment for tonsillitis?

Treatment for tonsillitis depends on the severity and frequency of infections. It may include antibiotics to clear infections, pain relief measures, and in certain cases, tonsillectomy (surgical removal of the tonsils) to prevent recurrent infections.

How are thyroid nodules evaluated and managed?

ENT surgeons often collaborate with endocrinologists to evaluate thyroid nodules. This may involve a combination of physical examination, imaging tests (such as ultrasound), and biopsies. Treatment options range from close monitoring to surgical removal, depending on the characteristics of the nodule.

Can ENT surgeons treat head and neck tumors?

Yes, ENT surgeons are trained in the diagnosis and treatment of head and neck tumors, including cancers. They work closely with other specialists, such as oncologists and radiation oncologists, to develop comprehensive treatment plans, which may include surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, or a combination of approaches.

How are salivary gland disorders diagnosed and managed?

ENT surgeons can diagnose and manage various salivary gland disorders, such as salivary gland stones, infections, or tumors. Treatment depends on the specific condition and may involve medications, saliva stimulation techniques, or surgical interventions, including gland removal if necessary.

Can head and neck conditions be prevented?

While not all head and neck conditions can be prevented, certain measures can help reduce the risk. This includes maintaining good hygiene, avoiding exposure to environmental irritants, managing chronic conditions such as allergies or acid reflux, and seeking prompt medical attention for any persistent or concerning symptoms.

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