LASER TONSILLECTOMY

A Tonsillectomy is a surgical procedure used to remove the tonsils, which are two small glands located in the back of the throat. Tonsillectomies are typically performed to treat recurrent or chronic tonsillitis (inflammation of the tonsils) or to alleviate breathing problems caused by enlarged tonsils.

During Laser Tonsillectomy patient is sedated with general anesthesia. The ENT Surgeon removes the Tonsils through the mouth. A Laser Fibre is used to seperate the Tonsillar tissue from the Tonsil bed. In Laser Tonsillectomy intraoperative bleeding is less with quick recovery and short Hospital stay. The procedure is typically performed under general anesthesia and can often be done as an outpatient procedure, meaning the patient can go home the same day.

Recovery from a Laser Tonsillectomy usually involves some discomfort, throat pain, and difficulty swallowing for several days to a week. Patients are advised to drink plenty of fluids and eat soft foods to help soothe the throat and promote healing. It's also common to experience temporary bad breath and ear pain after the procedure.

Laser Tonsillectomy is generally a safe procedure, but like any surgery, it carries some risks, including bleeding and infection. It's important for patients to follow their doctor's instructions for post-operative care and attend follow-up appointments to monitor healing and manage any complications that may arise.

LASER Adenoidectomy

An adenoidectomy is a surgical procedure used to remove the adenoids, which are small glands located at the back of the nose, near the roof of the mouth. Adenoidectomy is typically performed to treat conditions such as chronic ear infections, chronic sinusitis, or sleep apnea caused by enlarged Adenoids .

During an Laser Adenoidectomy, the surgeon removes the adenoids through the mouth using a Laser Fibre. The procedure is usually performed under general anesthesia and can often be done as an outpatient procedure, meaning the patient can go home the same day.

Recovery from an Laser Adenoidectomy usually involves some discomfort, throat pain, and nasal congestion for several days to a week. Patients are advised to drink plenty of fluids and eat soft foods to help soothe the throat and promote healing.

Laser Adenoidectomy is generally a safe procedure, but like any surgery, it carries some risks, including bleeding and infection. It's important for patients to follow their doctor's instructions for post-operative care and attend follow-up appointments to monitor healing and manage any complications that may arise.