A complete ENT examination includes inspection of the face, ears, nose, throat and neck. Commonly performed for patients with complaints of hearing loss, ringing in the ears, or balance disorders. 

An ENT Doctor is a medical specialist who is concerned with the diagnosis & treatment of disorders of the head & neck, including particularly the ears, nose, and throat. 


1. Nasal Endoscopy:

Nasal endoscopy is a procedure to look at the nasal and sinus passages. It's done with an endoscope.

2. Ear Microsurgery:

The microscope enlarges the view of the ear structures sufficiently so the surgeon can perform the treatment needed very delicately. 

3. Tympanoplasty:

It is the surgical operation performed for the reconstruction of the eardrum (tympanic membrane) and/or the small bones of the middle ear.

4. Snoring Surgery:

When snoring is present without obstructive sleep apnea, it is called primary snoring.

5. Salivary Gland Surgery:

Your salivary glands make saliva, which helps your body digest food and keeps your mouth moist. Most of your saliva comes from your parotid, submandibular, and sublingual glands.

6. Neck Tumour:

A lump on the neck, also known as the neck mass..

7. Ear Drum Repair:

Eardrum repair is a surgical procedure used to fix a hole or tear in the eardrum.

8. Vocal Cord Treatment:

Treatment may include voice therapy, bulk injections, surgery or a combination of treatments. 

9. Vocal cord Repositioning:

In this procedure, a surgeon moves a window of your own tissue from the outside of your voice box inward, pushing the paralyzed vocal cord toward the middle of your voice box.

10. Ear Lobe Correction:

Earlobe repair ideals with the correction, repair, and reshaping of earlobes per ear that have been split, stretched, or are oversized  

11. Split Earlobe Repair:

Torn earlobes are caused when earrings get caught and rip completely through the earlobe.  

12. Stretched Earlobe Repair:

Stretched earlobe repair is usually recommended when the use of ear stretchers have enlarged the holes in the ear.  

13. Tonsillectomy:

Tonsillectomy is a surgical procedure in which both palatine tonsils are fully removed from the back of the throat. The procedure is mainly performed for recurrent throat infections and obstructive sleep apnea.

14. Congenital Ear Problem Treatment:

Treatment for congenital ear anomalies which is based on the type of anomaly being treated.

15. Eardrum Rupture Treatment:

Surgery used to repair or replace the three tiny bones behind the eardrum.

16. Nosebleed Treatment:

Minimally invasive surgery can isolate and repair a blood vessel that is the cause of bleeding.

17. Nasal Septum Surgery:

Surgical procedure to correct a deviated septum.   

18. Sinusitis Treatment:

Sinus surgery using a nasal endoscope is recommended procedure for people with chronic sinusitis.

19. Vertigo Treatment:

Most of the time, vertigo resolves without treatment, as the brain can compensate for changes to the inner ear to restore someone's balance.   

20. Cochlear Implants:

A cochlear implant is a small, complex electronic device that can help to provide a sense of sound to a person who is profoundly deaf or severely hard-of-hearing.

21. Immunotherapy:

Immunotherapy, also called biologic therapy, is a type of cancer treatment that boosts the body's natural defences to fight cancer. It uses substances made by the body or in a laboratory to improve, target, or restore immune system function.   

22. Foreign Body Removal Ear:

Most ear and nose foreign bodies can be removed by a skilled physician in the office with minimal risk of complications.