If you have any of the below problems related to your ear, nose, or throat then we advice you to meet ENT Specialists at our hospital immediately –
- Dysphagia (Difficulty Swallowing)
- Ear Infection (Otitis Media)
- Gastric Reflux
- Hearing Aids
- Hearing Loss
- Sinus Problems
- Sleep Apnea
- Swimmer’s Ear (Otitis Externa)
- Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ears)
- Tonsils & Adenoid Problems
Our ENT department is a well-equipped state of the art unit, under the supervision of eminent E.N.T. surgeons. We at MEDILIFE perform all upper airway concerned procedures – like Endoscopic sinus surgery [for conditions like chronic sinusitis to endoscopic orbital decompression] and endoscopic repair of CSF leaks. Surgeries for Snoring, Nasal Allergy, Micro Ear Surgery, Micro laryngeal & Phono surgery are performed with precession for excellent results.
Ear, nose, and throat infections are very common due to dust, seasonal changes, and other aspects. Most of the symptoms subside within few days. However, if you see any respite beyond a certain point then we advise you to consult our ENT specialist at the earliest.
You can assess your ENT related infections based on the below symptoms –
- Ear infections can be outer, middle, or inner ear infections. Inner ear infections are less common as it is harder for viruses and bacteria to reach this part of the ear.
- Nasal infections often affect the nasal passages (rhinitis), but they can also affect connected areas like the sinuses (sinusitis).
- Throat infections can be named according to their location, for example, tonsillitis in the tonsils or laryngitis in the larynx (voice box).
Book an appointment with us to get treatment for –
(A) Ear Problems: Hearing loss; Ear infections (otitis media); Cholesteatoma (Skin cyst in the middle ear); Ruptured eardrum; Microtia and external ear deformities; Cochlear implantation.
(B) Nasal Problems: Chronic rhinorrhea or runny nose; Nasal obstruction; Nasal mass; Sinusitis (sinus Infection); Nosebleeds (epistaxis)
(C) Throat Problems: Sleep apnea; Tonsillitis and recurrent sore throats; Hoarseness and voice disorders; Vocal cord dysfunction; Vocal cord lesions; Vocal cord paralysis; Swallowing problems; Drooling; VPI or velopharyngeal insufficiency; Tongue-tie
(D) Head and Neck Disorders: Head and neck masses; Enlarged or diseased lymph nodes in the neck; Hemangiomas and other vascular malformations; Salivary gland masses; Thyroid tumors or masses; Facial paralysis.
(E) Airway Disorders: Stridor and noisy breathing; Laryngomalacia; Vocal cord paralysis; Recurrent respiratory papilloma; Laryngeal and tracheal stenosis; Tracheostomy; Foreign body in throat.