If you're experiencing issues with your ears, nose, or throat, you may need to consider ENT surgery.
Before your ENT surgery, you will have an initial consultation with your surgeon. During this consultation, your surgeon will ask you about your medical history, including any previous surgeries, allergies, and medications you are currently taking. You will also discuss the reason for your surgery and what you can expect during and after the procedure.
Your surgeon may also perform a physical examination to assess your overall health and identify any potential risks or complications. This may include a nasal endoscopy, which involves inserting a thin, flexible tube with a camera into your nose to examine your sinuses and airways.
Once this is complete, your surgeon will also provide you with instructions on how to prepare for your surgery. This may include stopping certain medications, fasting for a certain amount of time before the procedure, and arranging for transportation to and from the hospital. We’ll also provide you with detailed aftercare instructions.