Deviated spetum surgery (Septoplasty) and turbinate reduction
Not being able to breath properly through the nose is a common disorder. This carries with it the problem of breathing through the mouth, which may inflame the respiratory tract causing sore throat and coughing. This is also, in many cases, the cause of intense snoring.
Septoplasty (correction of the septum) is performed with local anaesthesia and normally staying one day in the clinic is enough.
Reducing the turbinate can be done using local anaesthesia at the practice, because it is performed using a minimally invasive radiofrequency technique. Bleeding is almost nonexistent when using this careful radiofrequency technique, therefore postoperative nasal plugging is not necessary.
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