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Ear, nose and throat (ENT) surgeries

Otolaryngology and head and neck surgery cover several areas: the ear, nose, mouth, throat, neck, salivary glands and skin. Each of these regions requires a special approach and attention to ensure optimal functional and esthetic results.

Endoscopic techniques are used in the ear, nose, and throat. This minimally invasive approach makes the surgery efficient and less time consuming. Therefore, the recovery time is also faster.
The concern to maximize function and esthetics are at the heart of the surgeries we are considering.

Nose

Nose

  • Endoscopic sinus surgery (surgery to remove polyps, open sinuses, or resolve chronic sinusitis).
  • Septoplasty (helps clear the airways to breathe better and reduce snoring).

Ear

Ear

  • Insertion of tubes (we can insert temporary or semi-permanent tubes to prevent ear infections and hearing).
  • Endoscopic ear surgery (a non-invasive approach that allows us to repair the eardrum or remove a benign tumor in the ear called a cholesteatoma).

Mouth

Mouth

  • Soft palate reduction (helps reduce snoring).
  • Tumor resection (removal of benign or malignant tumor from the tongue or mouth).
  • Salivary glands (we treat benign and malignant tumors of the salivary glands such as the parotid and submandibular gland).

Throat

Throat

  • Voice feminization (surgery performed in conjunction with speech therapy to make the voice more feminine).
  • Vocal cord tumor resection (removal of a benign or malignant tumor of the vocal cords).
  • Increase vocal cords (correction of the volume of a vocal cord by injection for the quality of the voice).

Neck

Neck

  • Removal of lymph nodes or tumors (we remove benign and malignant lymph nodes or tumors).

Skin

Skin

  • Excision of skin lesions (removal of lipomas, cysts, benign or malignant tumors and reconstruction of the region).
  • Revision of scars (revision of keloid scars and reconstruction).