Otorhinolaryngologic (ENT) surgery

Surgical treatment may seem unpleasant, but it often significantly improves the patient’s quality of life. Operations are carried out under general anaesthetic as well as local anaesthetic at our clinic’s modern surgery unit.

Surgical removal of adenoid

If your child often suffers from middle ear infections, sleeps and plays with an open mouth, the problems might be caused by an enlarged nasopharyngeal tonsil, known as adenoid. Adenoids can significantly obstruct nasal passages, so it becomes difficult for air to pass through. Middle ear infections are caused by clogged eustachian tubes that result from the obstruction. Adenoids induce mouth breathing, which affects maxillofacial and dental development. These problems are treated with surgical removal of the adenoid under general aesthetic. The patient can go home from the clinic on the day of the surgery.

Improvement of middle ear ventilation

Middle ear ventilation can remain insufficient despite airflow to the nasopharnyx. In these cases, in order to avoid infections, a ventilation tube is installed in the eardrum to ensure airflow to the middle ear. Cooperation with the patient is needed for the procedure, and general anaesthetic is used for small children.

Surgical removal of tonsils aka tonsillectomy

Tonsils are two small glands located in the back of your throat that help fight infection brought in by pathogens through the mouth and nose, but may themselves become infected. This is known as tonsillitis. Recurring or chronic tonsillitis can often become severe, causing further complications or even rheumatic diseases. If the infection does not respond to antibiotics, it is treated by removing the tonsils under general anaesthetic.

Inner nose surgery: deviated septum correction (septoplasty), nose turbinate operations, endoscopic nose surgery

Humans are designed to breathe through the nose — it is where laminar (normal) airflow is ensured, air is filtered and humidified. Therefore, we feel unwell if nose breathing is obstructed. If there is no airflow in the nose and nasal cavities, mucosa will grow, causing infections. Inner nose surgery can be used to improve the condition of the nose and nose cavities.

Earlobe and external nose correction

Noticeable earlobe or external nose defects and developmental disorders often affect a person’s appearance. It is difficult to obtain an ideal ear or nose shape with surgery — the goal should be to achieve an acceptable norm.