||Removal of adenoids
||The surgical removal of the adenoids (small lumps of glandular tissue that lie behind the nose) – normally removed during tonsillectomy.
||The surgical creation of, or enlargement of the opening into the maxillary sinus, usually for drainage purposes.
|BAHA ( Bone Anchor External hearing Device)
||Hearing aid implant
||BAHA is a surgically implanted system for the treatment of hearing loss, in people who cannot benefit from conventional hearing aids.
|DPP (Diagnostic Proof Puncture)
||Rinsing of the sinuses under general anaesthetic, to treat acute sinusitis.
||Nose bleed treatment
||Electro cauterization, usually used during tonsillectomies, or to prevent nose bleeds.
||The drainage of an infected middle ear. A ventilation tube is often inserted.
|Reduction of nose fracture
||Straighten broken nose
||A procedure under local or general anaesthesia to straighten a broken nose.
||Plastic surgery of the nose
||Straightening nasal septum
||The surgical procedure performed to straighten the nasal septum (the wall between the left and right sides of the nose).
||Removal of tonsils
||The surgical removal of the tonsils (glandular tissue on either side of the throat responsible for fighting infection).
||Remove turbinate bone
||Surgery to the nose to remove part of the turbinate bone, usually to improve breathing.
|| Eardrum repair
||Reconstructive surgery performed to reconstruct or repair a perforated eardrum.