Common ENT Surgical Procedures

Common ENT Surgical Procedures

Removal of adenoid tissue to reduce blockage of the Nose and Eustachian tube and help prevent ear and nasal infections

A newer in office technique for minimally invasive treatment of sinus problems. Can be performed in the office as well as in the operative setting of endoscopic sinus surgery.

Millions of people suffer from nasal airway obstruction, which makes it difficult to breathe through the nose and gives the sensation of always being blocked-up.

A new non-invasive treatment to give you lasting relief from your runny, stuffy nose. The RhinAer® procedure is performed right in our office, and patients return to normal activities the same day.

Formal surgery performed in the sinus areas using an endoscope.

Examination of laryngeal area with flexible examining light.

Surgery on the voice box or the throat.

Incision of tympanic membrane (eardrum) to allow drainage and relieve pressure; tubes are often place into the eardrum the same time.

Procedure used to stop bleeding from the nose.

Nasal Endoscopy

Procedure used to view into the nasal cavity to detect problems or abnormalities.

Removal of one or more parathyroid glands

Plastic surgery of the nose to correct cosmetic or functional problems.

Salivary Gland Surgery

Surgery to remove stones, tumors, or chronic infections of the different salivary glands of the neck.

Removal of malignant growths of the skin and repair of the defect.

Surgically straightening a deviated septum to improve airflow and breathing.

Snoring and Somnoplasty

Various procedures are available to treat snoring and excess vibration of the soft palate.


The surgical removal of stapes bone and replacement with a prosthetic device

Thyroid Surgery

The thyroid is a gland in your neck that controls metabolism. Some thyroid conditions require a part or the whole gland to be removed.

Surgically removing tonsils to prevent further infection or obstruction.

Repair of the tympanic membrane (eardrum).


One of several procedures available to treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea, particularly when the source of the collapse occurs at the palate.

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