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Nose

  1. Examination of nose using endoscope
  2. Nosebleed (epistaxis) management
  3. Removal of foreign body from nose
  4. Biopsy of nasopharynx
  5. Sinus surgery using endoscope
  6. Endoscopic turbinoplasty
  7. Turbinate reduction using radiofrequency
  8. Correction of septal deviation (septoplasty)
  9. Endoscopic suction diathermy adenoidectomy
  10. Endoscopic nasal polypectomy
  11. Endoscopic sphenopalatine artery ligation
  12. Endoscopic DCR (Dacrocystorhinostomy)
  13. Endoscopic medical maxillectomy for nasal tumour
  14. Nose Job (Rhinoplasty)
 
  1. Examination of nose using endoscope

    We use the Hopkins' endoscope to examine your nose and nasopharynx. This allows us to evaluate you nose for infection, polyps and cancer.

  2. Nosebleed (epistaxis) management

    Nosebleed can be minor or torrential. Nasal endoscopy allows us to find out the cause of your nosebleed. We treat it accordingly using nasal packing, cautery or definitive surgery.

  3. Removal of foreign body from nose

    Young children sometimes put foreign objects in their nose. The foreign materials can be beads, plastic or bits of food. If left for a long time, the nose can get infected. We can remove the foreign materials from the nose for your child.

  4. Biopsy of nasopharynx

    When we suspect tumour in your nasopharynx, we will suggest sample to be taken in the clinic with the aid of an endoscope.

  5. Sinus surgery using endoscope

    Sinus surgery with minimally iinvasive nstruments and endoscope can be considered when indicated. Endoscopic sinus surgery is commonly indicated in recurrent sinusitis, nasal polyposis and nasal tumour.

  6. Endoscopic turbinoplasty

    Enlargement of the nasal turbinates can cause troublesome nasal blockage. Remove/ Reduction of the enlarged turbinates can be considered if medical treatment fails.

  7. Turbinate reduction using radiofrequency

    Enlarged turbinates can be reduced using radiofrequency energy in our well-equipped clinic. This maybe an option in selected patients when surgical turbinate surgery is undesirable.

  8. Correction of septal deviation (septoplasty)

    Deviated nasal septum can cause nasal blockage, contact headache and predisposing nosebleed. Surgical correction of deviated septum (septoplasty) is offered.

  9. Endoscopic suction diathermy adenoidectomy

    Enlarged adenoids in children can be the cause of nasal blockage, obstructive sleep apnoea, mouth breathing, otitis media (middle ear infections). Removing the adenoids can drastically improve the symptoms mentioned. We use suction diathermy with the aid of endoscope to ensure complete removal of adenoids and eliminate the risk of bleeding.

  10. Endoscopic nasal polypectomy

    Nasal polyps can cause nasal blockage, postnasal drips , runny nose and loss of smell sense. The polyps can be removed using microdebrider and endoscope to restore the function of the nose.

  11. Endoscopic sphenopalatine artery ligation

    Severe nosebleed in elderly patients can be due to ruptured arteries at the back of the nose. Tying the artery with the aid of endoscope can effectively stop the bleeding. It also saves the discomfort of packing the nose for days.

  12. Endoscopic DCR (Dacrocystorhinostomy)

    Blockage of tear ducts can cause watery, teary eyes. Syringing of tear ducts can be tried first. If that fails, Draining the tear duct with the aid of endoscope is an option. This technique avoids a scar in the face.

  13. Endoscopic medical maxillectomy for nasal tumour

    Benign tumour in the maxillary sinus can cause nosebleed and nasal blockage. There is a small risk of it turning into cancer if left untreated for years. Removal of the tumour using endoscope avoids a facial scar.

  14. Nose job (Rhinoplasty)

    The undesirable features of your nose can be inborn or secondary to injury. Patients may dislike bent nose, big nose, short nose or bumpy nose. The profile of your nose can be reshaped by Rhinoplasty (Nose Job).

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Nose Job, Nasal Surgery, Rhinoplasty, Snoring, Nasal Septum, Sinusitis, Cosmetic Plastic Surgery, Nasal Biopsy