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The ENT Department is committed to providing specialised ENT treatment. The specialists that provide treatment for ENT disorders are called ENT specialists or otolaryngologists. It involves diagnosing and treating conditions related to the ears, nose, throat, and neck. ENT specialists are skilled in addressing a wide range of issues, including ear infections, sinus and nasal problems, throat problems, head and neck tumours, and sleep disorders.
The ENT department also offers evidence-based, comprehensive care for ear, nose, and throat problems. This includes the management of conditions, such as ear drum perforation, tonsil diseases, and sinus troubles. Additionally, the department conducts various outpatient-based procedures to cater to the needs of patients.


  • Microscopic examination and cleaning of ear
  • Nasal endoscopy
  • Ear endoscopy
  • Laryngoscopy
  • Ear lobe repair
  • Foreign body removal
  • Punch biopsy

Important surgical procedures:

  • Tympanoplasty
  • Mastoidectomy
  • Stapedotomy
  • Endoscopic sinus surgery
  • Tonsillectomy
  • Thyroid surgery
  • Salivary gland surgery
  • Micro laryngeal surgery
  • Septoplasty


With the help of the latest high definition endoscope and microscope, ENT Specialists provide precise management of sinus problems and excellent treatment for middle ear pathologies.

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When should I see an ENT specialist?

You should see an ENT specialist if you experience persistent ear pain, hearing loss, chronic sinusitis, nasal congestion, frequent sore throats, dizziness, or any other issues related to the ears, nose, or throat.

How can I prepare for my first ENT appointment?

Before your first ENT appointment, gather your medical history, including any previous treatments or surgeries related to your ears, nose, or throat. Make a list of your symptoms and any medications you are currently taking. Be prepared to discuss your concerns with the specialist.

Will I need any tests or procedures during my ENT visit?

 Depending on your symptoms, the ENT specialist may recommend certain tests or procedures. These could include hearing tests, endoscopic examinations, imaging studies (such as CT scans or MRIs), or allergy testing.

Are there any specific lifestyle changes I can make to improve my ENT health?

Maintaining good hygiene, avoiding smoking and exposure to secondhand smoke, managing allergies effectively, practicing proper ear protection in noisy environments, and staying hydrated can all contribute to better ENT health. 

What causes tonsillitis and how is it treated?

Tonsillitis is usually caused by a viral or bacterial infection that leads to inflammation of the tonsils. Symptoms include sore throat, difficulty swallowing, fever, and swollen tonsils. Treatment may involve rest, fluids, pain relievers, and in some cases, antibiotics if the infection is bacterial. If tonsillitis becomes recurrent or chronic, a tonsillectomy (surgical removal of the tonsils) may be recommended.

How long will my ENT appointment typically last?

The duration of an ENT appointment can vary depending on the complexity of your case. On average, initial consultations can last anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour, allowing the specialist to assess your condition and discuss treatment options.

What can I expect during my ENT appointment?

During your ENT appointment, the specialist will review your medical history, discuss your symptoms, and may perform a physical examination. They will then provide a diagnosis, discuss treatment options, and answer any questions you may have.

What can I do to relieve common ENT symptoms at home?

To relieve common ENT symptoms at home, you can try methods such as nasal saline rinses for nasal congestion, using over-the-counter pain relievers for sore throat or ear pain, using a humidifier to moisten the air, and avoiding triggers for allergies or sinusitis.

How soon can I expect relief from my ENT symptoms after starting treatment?

The timeline for symptom relief varies depending on the specific condition and treatment prescribed. Some symptoms may improve within a few days, while others may take longer. It’s important to follow the treatment plan provided by your ENT specialist and discuss any concerns or lack of improvement during follow-up appointments.

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