Services

Throat

  1. Fishbone removal
  2. Tonsillectomy
  3. Fibre-optic laryngoscopy
  4. Microlaryngoscopy
  5. Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty
  6. Voice augmentation for vocal paralysis
 
  1. Fishbone removal

    Ingestion of fish bone is common in our patients who love eating fish. The symptom is distressingly painful. We use multi-channel fibre-optic endoscopes with microforceps in retrieving fish bones.

  2. Tonsillectomy

    Tonsillectomy is indicated for patients with recurrent tonsillitis, obstructive sleep apnoea and suspicion of tonsillar cancer.

  3. Fibre-optic laryngoscopy

    Fibre-optic endoscopes are used in the clinic for diagnosis of vocal polyps, cysts, nodules and cancer.

  4. Microlaryngoscopy

    Persistent vocal cord lesions despite conservative treatments, may need surgical removal. Vocal polyps, cysts, papillomata and small cancers are removed using micro-instrument and laryngoscopes with the aid of microscope.

  5. Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty

    In selected cases of patients with snoring and moderate obstructive sleep apnoea, uvulopalatopharyngoplasty is an effective surgical treatment option.

  6. Voice augmentation for vocal paralysis

    Breathy voice and choking are common complaints from patients with vocal cord paralysis. Medialisation of vocal cords by injecting hyaluronic acid, Teflonor fat allowstemporaryimprovement of voice.

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Fish bone removal, Tonsillectomy, Tonsillitis, Voice Augmentation, Vocal Paralysis