These are the different ear related surgeries that take place at our hospital.
Ear Lobe Repair - This is a simple, minor surgery to correct the split ear lobes. This occurs mainly due to regular wearing large & heavy earrings.
Tympanoplasty - To repair the tympanic membrane this surgery is carried out. It also remove any middle ear disease.
Mastoidectomy - In case of unsafe chronic otitis media, this surgery is carried out. The purpose is to give the patient a safe and dry ear.
At Axis Multispecialty Hospital following are the different nose surgeries.
SMR / Septoplasty - It is a surgery to correct a deformed nasal septum that will help in proper breathing. This surgery is performed after sufficient examinations of the inside of the nose for treatment of inflammation, polyps, bleeding or tumours.
Endoscopic sinus surgery - This surgery mainly removes the blockages in the sinuses. It also helps under the like antrochoanal polyp or nasal polyposis.
Nasal-Maxillofacial fracture repair
Endoscopic Choanal atresia repair
Oral and Throat Surgeries
To deal with oral and throat problems Axis Multispecialty Hospital provides the following surgeries.
Tongue tie release
Tongue tie is also known as Ankyloglossia. It is an oral abnormality since birth. This abnormality decreases the mobility of the tongue tip and is caused by an unusually short, thick lingual fraenulum. Tongue-tie surgery is an extremely simple procedure that has no complications. This surgery restores the ease of speech.
This surgical procedure removes all of the adenoids. They are usually extracted for several reasons, like mouth breathing and recurrent rhinitis.
This surgery removes the tonsils. This surgery is undertaken because of repeated tonsillitis or adenoiditis, nasal airway obstruction, obstructive sleep apnea, peritonsillar abscess or snoring.
Microscopic surgery of vocal folds & microlaryngoscopy –
When the vocal nodules or cysta are not mended with the speech therapy or with any medications, microlaryngoscopy is performed. The lesion on the vocal cords are surgically treated, letting the patient talk freely.