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Otolaryngology

Our Ear Nose Throat (ENT) department, equipped with modern technological devices, successfully conducts the diagnosis, medical, and surgical treatments of all diseases related to the department as well as head and neck disorders.

In the ENT examination rooms of our hospital, pathologies related to the nose, throat, vocal cords, ear canal, and eardrum, as well as middle ear pathologies, are evaluated more closely and in detail through endoscopic and microscopic examinations, enabling the planning of treatment for diseases in these areas.

In the audiology unit within our department, hearing tests, middle ear pressure measurements, stapes reflex, and otoacoustic emission tests used in evaluating hearing in newborns can be performed.

In day-case surgeries, cases admitted for surgery in the morning can be discharged on the same day after necessary checks have been made and it has been determined that there is no medical objection.

The surgeries performed in our ENT Clinic include:

  • Aesthetic and functional nasal surgeries (Rhinoplasty, Septorhinoplasty, SRP)
  • Correction of the nasal septum
  • Adenoidectomy, Tonsillectomy, Ventilation tube placement (Adenoidectomy, Tonsillectomy, Ventilation tube placement)
  • Surgery for snoring, sleep apnea
  • Radiofrequency application to nasal concha
  • Radiofrequency application to the soft palate
  • Removal of small lesions on the face using radiofrequency
  • Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
  • Biopsy, nodules, cysts, polyps, edema surgery of vocal cords
  • Removal of the larynx and lymph nodes in the neck
  • Tympanoplasty for repairing the eardrum
  • Observation of the middle ear and ossicles
  • Middle ear surgery
  • Surgery of the submandibular salivary gland
  • Surgery of the sublingual salivary gland
  • Removal and aesthetic repair of benign and malignant masses in the face and neck
  • Repair of lower and upper jaw fractures

Otoplasty: Otoplasty is performed by making incisions (cuts) behind the ear with special stitching techniques, the earlobe is laid back and fixed, supported by bandages and dressing for about a week. The most appropriate age in pediatric patients is before starting school, around 5-6 years of age. In adults, it can be done at any time.

Protective Rhinoplasty: Protective Rhinoplasty is the most current method applied in nasal aesthetics. As the name suggests, the basic aim of this method is to obtain the most ideal result by preserving the natural functional structure of the nose. With Protective Rhinoplasty, nose deformities are corrected without cutting off the connection between all components of the nose. Problems such as bumps, arches, and deviations are corrected by lowering the entire roof of the nose until the desired appearance is achieved. During Protective Rhinoplasty, using specially designed tools (saws) for this technique, the legs are cut and the bridge is removed from this area. Thus, the anatomy of the entire roof is preserved without changing the main structure. Additionally, in the Protective Rhinoplasty technique, since the nasal structures are not cut off, the nose does not suffer from nasal collapse. Another important advantage of this method due to its application style is that it expands the nasal valve area, which narrows the air passage from the nose, thus allowing the patient to breathe better. Due to these advantages of Protective Rhinoplasty, it is becoming increasingly popular as a nasal aesthetics method. It can be successfully applied by a few doctors in our country as well.

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