Adenoidectomy and tonsillectomy
This part refers to the adenoids or pharyngeal tonsils, and the tonsils. When ear infections and inflammations are recurring the adenoids are almost always responsible. They are removed using general anaesthesia.
The tonsils are sometimes so big that they may cause irregular and difficult breathing in children leading to problems sleeping. This also makes the tonsils more prone to infections, etc. A simple and efficient solution is to reduce the tonsils using a laser. If tonsillitis occurs several times a year despite being treated with antibiotics, it would be advisable to perform a complete tonsillectomy.
For more detailed information about each type of operation, click on the links below:
- Middle Ear Operations
- Ear Canal Operations
- Correcting Ear Deformities
- Deviated Septum Surgery (Septoplasty)
- Sinus Operations
- Adenoidectomy and/or Tonsillectomy
- Larynx Operations
- Operations for Snoring
- Removing Lymph Nodes
- Saliva Gland Operations
- Reduction of the Turbinate through Radiofrequency