Surgical ENT operations
Endoscopic adenotomy - removal of hypertrophied adenoids under the control of an endoscope. A precision method to reduce the likelihood of relapse. It is performed under general anesthesia, often using surgical lasers.
Reposition of the nasal bones - restoration of the shape of the nose in case of "fresh" fractures of the nasal bones (up to 7-10 days).
Endoscopic paranasal sinus surgery is a gentle surgical method for treating chronic sinusitis, maxillary sinus cysts, etc.
Septoplasty , submucosal resection of the nasal septum is a surgical method for treating nasal breathing disorders due to curvature of the nasal septum.
Tonsillectomy - removal of tonsils in the traditional way in decompensated form of chronic tonsillitis. It is preferable to carry out the operation under general anesthesia.
Microlaryngoscopy - operations on the larynx, vocal folds, performed under a microscope under general anesthesia in order to remove laryngeal formations (polyps, cysts, fibroids, etc.), taking a biopsy.
Hearing-improving operations (tympanoplasty, myringoplasty, stapedoplasty) - surgical interventions on the middle ear in order to improve the transmission of sound waves to the structures of the inner ear. Performed for perforated chronic otitis media, adhesive otitis media, otosclerosis.
Cochlear implantation is a surgical method for treating high-grade bilateral deafness and hearing loss, based on electrical stimulation of the auditory nerve through an electrode inserted into the cochlear canal.