ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) surgery is a type of minimally invasive treatment used to address structural deformities or disorders in the ears, nose, and throat.
This type of surgery is performed by a multidisciplinary team of specialist ENT surgeons and plastic-aesthetic surgeons in order to ensure optimum results.
Through ENT surgery, doctors can address a variety of conditions including congenital or acquired ear deformities, obstructive sleep apnea, otosclerosis, chronic sinusitis, deviated septum, rhinoplasty for nose reshaping or reconstruction, as well as thyroid nodules or tumors.
The main goal of ENT surgery is to improve patient’s comfort and quality of life. For this reason, minimally invasive ENT surgeries are preferred by medical professionals as they involve less tissue damage compared to traditional procedures and therefore bring faster recovery times with fewer risks and complications. In addition to addressing existing issues such as those mentioned above; ENT surgery can also be used for aesthetic purposes. This includes correcting deformities such as large nostrils or droopy nasal tip that may affect a person’s appearance.
At VenArt Clinic we strive for excellence when it comes to providing the highest quality care for our patients. We understand that each patient is unique and requires individualized care. Therefore, our procedures are always tailored to meet each patient’s needs while ensuring safety and excellent results. Our team works tirelessly to provide the best possible experience before during and after any procedure done at our clinic.
We ensure excellent results in performing the following ENT surgeries:
At our ENT department, we ensure excellent results in performing the following surgeries: turbinate reduction with CO2 laser or radiofrequency, endoscopic septoplasty, rhinoseptoplasty, rhinoplasty, treatment of sleep apnea and nasal polyps, and treatment of nasal obstruction.
Treatment for sleep apnea
Treatment for Polyps
Rhinoseptoplasty is a surgical procedure that corrects the deviation of the nasal septum and reshapes the external appearance of the nasal pyramid. It can be used to improve both the functional and aesthetic aspects of the nose. The operation is performed under general anaesthesia in a hospital setting and usually requires a short stay of 1-2 days. Postoperatively, modern materials are used to aid in recovery, such as internally placed silicone nasal splints for easy cleaning and help reduce bleeding. This makes recovery quicker than traditional methods allowing patients to quickly return home from hospital.
Benefits of Rhinoseptoplasty
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Turbinate reduction (Radiofrequency or CO2)
Turbinate reduction, done with either Radiofrequency or a CO2 laser, is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that is performed under endoscopic control to reduce the size of the lower nasal turbinates. This type of surgery can be completed under general anaesthesia or local anaesthesia, depending on the patient’s sensitivity and comfort level. The advantage of opting for this procedure over traditional methods such as coblation or outfracture is that it carries minimal risk of bleeding due to its precision and accuracy. Additionally, the recovery time from turbinate reduction is much faster than more traditional methods since a nasal swab may not even be necessary following the procedure. Radiofrequency treatment has been proven in many studies to yield more consistent results than CO2 laser turbinoplasty, making it the preferred method when possible. When compared to other options available for those dealing with blocked airways due to nasal congestion caused by enlarged turbinates, this minimally invasive operation offers a better solution for both long-term relief and faster recovery times.
Endoscopic Septoplasty is an extremely successful surgery to correct nasal obstruction, a common problem in adult patients. It helps to improve the patient’s breathing ability by opening the respiratory passages of both nostrils. During the operation, the deviated portions of the septum are removed, and it is re-shaped so that it regains its normal shape, with no damage to the surrounding tissue.