Procedures, Forms and Recovery



Endoscopic myringoplasty is a surgery to repair a hole in your eardrum. It can prevent infections and help improve your hearing

The surgery is done through your ear canal using a small camera called an endoscope. You will be given anaesthesia to make you sleep or numb your ear. 

The surgeon will use a piece of tissue from your own body or a synthetic material to cover the hole. 

The surgery usually takes less than an hour and you can go home the same day or the next day.

You may have some pain, bleeding, or discharge from your ear after the surgery. 

You will need to keep your ear dry and avoid blowing your nose or flying for a few weeks. 

You will also need to follow up with your doctor to check your healing and remove any stitches or packing. 

Endoscopic myringoplasty is a safe and effective procedure that can improve your quality of life.

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Correction of the Deviated Nasal Septum

No external scars

15 - 20 min under anaesthesia

over night stay

High success rate

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Sinus Surgery

Endoscopic - No external scars

Highly Effective and Physiological

Usually one night in the hospital

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For Thyroid gland disorders

Details very individual 

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An adenoidectomy is a surgical procedure to remove the adenoids, which are small lymphoid tissues located at the back of the nose. The adenoids are part of the body's immune system and help to fight off infections, but they can become enlarged and cause problems such as difficulty breathing through the nose, frequent sinus infections, or recurrent ear infections.

Adenoidectomy is typically performed on children, but in some cases, it may be done on adults. The procedure is usually done under general anesthesia, and the adenoids are removed using a small scalpel or cautery. The recovery time following the surgery is usually quick and most patients can return to normal activities within a few days.

Adenoidectomy is considered a safe and effective treatment for recurrent or chronic problems caused by enlarged adenoids, but as with any surgery, there are risks and potential complications involved, such as bleeding, infection, or difficulty breathing. Your doctor will be able to provide more information about the risks and benefits of the procedure in relation to your individual case.

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Done to cure excessive tearing due to block of the tear duct. 

Endoscopic without external scars

High Success Rate

Link to an actual surgery done by authors

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Usually an outpatient procedure

Usually around 5 min

No outside scars

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Removal of diseased tonsils

One of the common ENT surgeries

Under anaesthesia 

No external scars

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