Category Archives: Ear Nose Throat Disorder

Knowing Otoplasty Procedure

Doctor examines boy ear with otoscope.Many never give a second thought to the size of their faces. As the ears are not integral to the neck, they are merely functional. It’s simple. Persons with prominent or ill-formed hands, though, can be a source of embarrassment and social distress, especially for children. A number of ear-related problems may be treated with Otoplasty , also known as ear pinning surgery. Ear operation can fix or correct ears, place ear or ears closer to the head, enhance alignment between ears, or improve the appearance of large, tiny or broken earlobes. Ear operations may improve the symmetry of ears.

The Otoplasty Procedure
There are many different forms of otoplasty, including:

• Torn earlobe repair
• Earlobe reduction
• Ear pinning
• Ear reshaping Continue reading

What Are The Signs That You Need a Deviated Septum Surgery?

EAR NOSE, THROAT, WOMANThe septum is the piece of cartilage and bone that separates the right nasal space from the left nasal space in the middle of the nasal cavity. It may not be perfectly straight in general, and slight bends within the septum may not cause any symptoms.

Detecting A Deviated Septum

If you have deviated septum, the disparity between the sizes of your nasal passages can be so extreme that one or both nostrils are blocked. deviated septum can therefore lead to problems such as: Continue reading

Defining Ear, Nose and Throat Disorders

Ear, Nose and Throat DisordersIt is fairly common for adults and children to have disorders related to the ear, nose, and throat. Some people may only require cosmetic surgery to improve the shape and size of the nose, while others may also need a functional correction such as removal of nasal breathing obstructions. However, patients should be aware that specific ENT disorders should ideally be treated by an ENT specialist only.

ENT Treatments
An ENT specialist or an otolaryngologist will typically dedicate their clinical and research efforts in one or more of the sub-disciplines with this field. These may include:

• Pediatric otolaryngology
• Allergy Continue reading

Times Are Changing: Rhinoplasty for Men

Men have always had nose surgery for functional issues. Birth defects, deviated septa, facial injuries, and sinus issues have all been common reasons for men to seek surgical corrections. But, times have changed and elective rhinoplasty is the number one plastic surgery procedure in men. Tens of thousands of men see plastic surgeons for rhinoplasty surgery every year.

Men are turning to rhinoplasty surgery for a variety of reasons. While women often complain about noses that are wide or tips that are on a little on the bulbous side, giving the face a more masculine appearance. Their goal is for a daintier appearing, smaller nose. Men are more likely to request the straightening of a crooked bridge, the removal of an obvious hump or, with the goal being that of achieving a more natural appearance. Continue reading

Tips to Relieve Your Sinus Pain

sinusMillions of Americans suffer from sinus pain, often described as facial pain and pressure over their nose, under their eyes and into their cheeks. If you experience the facial pressure and pain associated with sinusitis, there are a few home remedies to relieve the discomfort.

At-Home Treatments For Sinusitis:
• Saline nasal sprays that moisturize the nasal cavity, reduce dryness, and help clear thick or crusty mucus
• Humidification (moisturizing the air) of living spaces in dry climates will aid the movement of mucus through the sinuses Continue reading

Ear, Nose and Throat Disorders

ent disorderIt is fairly common for adults and children to have disorders related to the ear, nose, and throat. Some people may only require cosmetic surgery to improve the shape and size of the nose, while others may also need a functional correction such as removal of nasal breathing obstructions. However, patients should be aware that specific ENT disorders should ideally be treated by an ENT specialist only.

ENT Treatments
An ENT specialist or an otolaryngologist will typically dedicate their clinical and research efforts in one or more of the sub-disciplines with this field. These may include:

• Pediatric otolaryngology
• Allergy Continue reading