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Ear, Nose, and Throat Procedures

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Many Americans suffer from chronic ear, nose, and throat problems. The ENT surgeons and support staff at miVIP are leaders in the field of minimally invasive surgical interventions that can offer permanent solutions to a host of problems.

Our surgeons use leading surgical and diagnostic technologies to provide the best ENT procedures possible. Innovative approaches to procedures such as rhinoplasty, ethmoidectomy, and tonsillectomy offer superior results for patients.

Common Ear, Nose, and Throat Procedures Performed by miVIP

Our surgeons utilize state-of-the-art technology to perform surgical ENT procedures with increased accuracy and precision. We focus on providing top results with minimal discomfort for patients. Some common procedures our ENT surgeons preform include:

  • Rhinoplasty – commonly used to help patients with nasal abnormalities improve breathing and sleep.
  • Sinus Image-Guided Surgery – use CT and MRI scans to create 3D maps of nasal cavities for increases precision n a variety of different nasal surgeries.
  • Sphenoid Sinus Surgery – unwanted bone and tissue is removed from the infection-prone sphenoid sinuses.
  • UPPP Uvuloplasty – excessive tissue in the back of the throat is removed to create a clear airway.
  • Ethmoidectomy – damaged or excessive bone and tissue is removed from the ethmoid sinuses, located between the eyes and the bridge of the nose.
  • Adenoid Removal – improves breathing and further opens the upper airway.
  • KTP-532 Laser Treatment – utilizes a laser to reduce the severity or duration of chronic sinus headaches.
  • Nasal Surgery – damaged tissues can be removed or damaged structures such as deviated septum can be corrected.
  • Radiofrequency Turbinate Reduction – excessive tissue in the nasal cavity is removed with a minimally invasive procedure.
  • Tonsil Removal – treats conditions including chronic tonsillitis and sleep apnea by surgically removing the tonsils.
  • Tracheostomy – creates a permanent or semi-permanent hole in the windpipe in order to help patients breathe consistently.

Common Conditions Treated by ENT Surgeons

Numerous medical conditions may be treated with ENT procedures, including:

  • Acute Tonsillitis – severe or chronic tonsillitis that might not respond to traditional treatment methods.
  • Airway Obstruction – a potentially-life threatening condition in which a foreign object is in the airway or the airway is otherwise nonfunctional, which leaves the patient unable to breathe.
  • Allergic Rhinitis – commonly known as hay fever or simply “allergies” in which airborne allergens trigger an immune response in the body.
  • Chronic Ear Infections – most common in children, although they are occasionally seen in adults.
  • Chronic Sinus Problems – can have various underlying causes, and symptoms can be detrimental to everyday activities such as working and socializing.
  • Chronic Sore Throat – symptoms can also be detrimental to everyday activities.
  • Deviated Septum – asymmetry between the left and right airways in the nose that can cause a number of unpleasant symptoms.
  • Enlarged Adenoids – may have to be removed if they impair breathing.
  • Enlarged Turbinates – can contribute to a number of different sinus problems as the tissue inside the nasal cavity is too thick.
  • Nasal Bone Fracture – most commonly known as a broken nose.
  • Nasal Deformities – can cause a number of different psychological and physiological symptoms in patients.
  • Nasal Obstructions – can result in increased risk of infection and other unpleasant symptoms.
  • Peritonsillar Abscesses – abscesses found on the back of the throat.
  • Sleep Apnea – a potentially fatal condition in which people periodically stop breathing while asleep.
  • Snoring – can be indicative of a more serious disorder.
  • Swollen Turbinates – can contribute to unpleasant and lasting sinus symptoms.

Symptoms Successfully Treated with Advanced ENT Procedures

If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, our ENT surgeons may be able to help.

  • Nasal congestion and drainage
  • Snoring and sleep disturbances
  • Facial pain, throat pain, and sinus pain
  • Chronic fatigue and inability to successfully complete daily activities

Treatment Options for ENT Symptoms

Treatment options are often highly dependent on individual circumstances and range from pharmaceuticals to surgical interventions. Some patients respond well to behavioral interventions and lifestyle changes, such as losing weight or quitting smoking.

Surgical interventions can achieve successful results. It is important to work with an expert team of ENTs that understand what ENT procedures will work best for you.

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