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ENT problems can cause irritating symptoms that range from a runny nose, sneezing, fever, sore throat and coughs to severe complications such as hearing loss, and meningitis. Some of the common ENT problems are throat infection, laryngitis, sinusitis, hearing impairment, nasal bleeding, vertigo, change of voice and ringing noise in the ears. ENT physicians are doctors who specialise in medical and surgical management and treatment of patients with problems of the ear, nose, throat, and related structures of the head and neck.

What We Treat

  • LASER for various surgeries
  • Microdebrider including laryngeal microdebrider
  • Harmonic Scalpel
  • Atmos Stroboscope
  • Sialendoscope for endoscopy

Comprehensive & Advanced care for all ENT cases

All routine ENT surgeries like Tympanoplasty, Mastoidectomy, Stapedotomy, FESS, Rhinoplasty, Microlaryngeal Surgery, Phonosurgery, Septoplasty

Advanced ENT surgeries like:

  • Paediatric Airway Surgery
  • Laryngeal/Tracheal Stenoses
  • Endoscopic Skull base surgery for CSF leak,
  • Pituitary tumours
  • Frontal Sinus Disease
  • Lateral Skull-base surgery
  • Cochlear Implantation – on totally deaf patients

Specialised clinics

  • Hearing loss & Ear Discharge Clinic
  • Snoring & Sleep Disorder Clinic, including treatment for Sleep Apnoea
  • Dizziness/Vertigo Clinic
  • Headache & Sinusitis Clinic
  • Voice Clinic
  • Nose Block & Nasal Allergy Clinic

Paediatric ENT Clinic

Services offered

  • Full ENT Examination
  • Paediatric Examination
  • Post Consultation Assessment

Diagnostic facilities include:

  • Rigid Endoscopy( A Telescope Attached With A Light To See The Nose)
  • Flexible Endoscopy( A Same Telescope But Softer And Can Be Bent Inside)
  • Free Field Audio( Hearing Test)
  • B & O Audio(Hearing Test)
  • OAE (Hearing Test)
  • BERA (Hearing Test)
  • ASSR (Hearing Test)
  • Formal Hearing Therapy
  • Formalised Tailor Made Speech Therapy

Get your new-born’s hearing tested before leaving hospital!

Hearing test for the new-born? You are shocked, right? Yes, you read that right and let me explain why this is important. When a baby is born, its inner ear (comprising the cochlea i.e. the sensory organ for hearing, and the vestibule i.e. sensory organ for balance) is fully formed and of adult size. But the baby only starts to utter monosyllabic sounds (ba-ba, da-da, ma-ma etc) at the age of around 1.

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