An otolaryngologist is a doctor trained in the medical and surgical treatment of the ears, nose, throat and head-neck structures. Treatment of diseases of the ear, nose, nasal passage, sinuses, larynx, oral cavity, upper pharynx and structures in the face and neck (such as neck masses, thyroid, salivary glands) is within the scope of the Ear, Nose and Throat department.
An otolaryngologist’s unique area of interest is the ears. This includes the medical and surgical treatment of hearing disorders, ear infections, balance disorders, facial nerve or cranial nerve disorders, as well as congenital diseases and cancers of the outer and inner ear.
– Earwax (Earwax)
– Serous Otitis
– External Ear Canal Inflammation
– Acute Middle Ear Inflammation
– Hearing loss
Care of the nasal cavity and sinuses is one of the first duties of the Ear, Nose and Throat specialist. Nasal cavity, paranasal sinuses, allergy, olfactory and nasal breathing disorders and disorders related to the external appearance of the nose are the areas of interest of the Ear, Nose and Throat specialist.
– Olfactory Disorders
– Nose Aesthetics – Rhinoplasty
– Sinusitis (Acute, Chronic)
Ear Nose and Throat specialization specifically covers the treatment of larynx and upper respiratory and digestive tract or digestive tract diseases. This includes disorders related to voice, breathing and swallowing.
– Sleep apnea
– Tonsil Surgery
Head and neck:
Ear, Nose and Throat specialists are trained to treat infectious diseases, tumors (malignant and benign), facial trauma and facial deformities of the head and neck area. They practice cosmetic, plastic and reparative surgery.