Nose & Throat Disorders

sore throat

When Do Sore Throats Become a Serious Issue?

Posted 23.01.2019 by Admin

Sore throats are quite common in kids. However, it is difficult to figure out the root cause of sore throat, whether is caused by serious infection or just a normal symptom. There are a few common infections that accompany a sore throat. Common Cold Common cold can lead to sore, scratchy throat, which can cause […]

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balloon sinusplasty

Does Your Kid Actually Need Balloon Sinuplasty?

Posted 10.01.2019 by Admin

Nasal congestion, runny noses and itchy eyes can have a dramatic effect on the quality of life for children who have sinus problems and allergies. It can affect their outdoor activities and even performance at school. Persistent nasal inflammation for 3 months or more can lead to Chronic Rhinosinusitis. Some of the key symptoms of […]

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Adenoidectomy and Tonsillectomy

Understanding The Differences Between Adenoidectomy And Tonsillectomy

Posted 10.12.2018 by Admin

What’s adenoidectomy and tonsillectomy? Tonsillectomy is basically a surgical procedure done on a person to remove tonsils. Tonsils are glands located at the back of ones throat and are usually two in number. They help fight infection by accommodating white cells. Suffice to say the tonsils themselves may become infected sometimes. The operation can also […]

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managing sinus surgery recovery

Managing The Sinus Surgery Recovery Process

Posted 23.11.2018 by Admin

If you have never suffered from sinusitis, then you are very fortunate. The condition can be debilitating and suffers can become very miserable with the constant symptoms of: Nasal stuffiness or congestion Constant dripping nose Heaches Fever Tender face (including eyes and bridge of nose) Fatigue And many more. Many sufferers go through the procedure […]

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children snore

Why Do Children Snore?

Posted 10.11.2018 by Admin

Snoring can have a variety of sounds or noises. It can be intermittent or prolonged and can prove quite a sleepless night for you. Snoring occurs as a result of the vibration of the soft tissues in the airway. Usually the sound is made because of some obstruction or resistance to the air passing through […]

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nasal fracture

How To Cope With A Nasal Fracture

Posted 25.10.2018 by Admin

There are many different types of sports, and while the gentler pursuits, such as swimming, are not likely to cause bodily harm to you, many of the more physical contact sports will cause the risk of a nasal fracture due to the speed, movement of yourself and others and sport equipment being used. Some of […]

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