ENT Surgery Specialities

Micro Ear Surgery

This, surgery is usually performed with an operating microscope.


Tympanoplasty is a surgical procedure to reconstruct a perforated tympanic membrane (eardrum) or the small bones of the middle ear. Otoplasty, or cosmetic ear surgery, is used to reshape one or both ears.Otoplasty also includes ear/earlobe reduction and cauliflower ear surgery.Reconstructive ear surgery is a form of otoplasty used to correct deformities or injuries.

    Benefits of Ear Micro Surgery.
  • Shorter Length of Stay in Hospitals.
  • Smaller Incisions.

Grommet Insertion

Grommets are often called ear tubes.


Grommets may be recommended if your child has glue ear that won't clear up, or frequent ear infections.Grommets, also called tympanostomy or ventilation tubes.Tiny plastic tubes which are inserted into a small slit in your child's ear drum.It can be caused by ear infections, cigarette smoke or allergies

    Benefits of Grommets .
  • Allows the aeration of the middle ear and this helps restore the lining of the middle ear back to health.
  • Enables mucous and fluid to drain down the Eustachian tube
  • Improvement in hearing where hearing loss is due to middle ear fluid.
  • Reduction in frequency of ear infections.

Nasal and Sinus Allergy Care

Clear Your Sinuses.


It can be difficult for individuals to tell if they are suffering from allergies or have a more serious condition like chronic sinusitis.Sinus infection (known as sinusitis) is a major health problem.A bad cold is often mistaken for a sinus infection.Sinusitis is an inflammation of the sinuses

    Benefits of Nasal and Sinus Allergy Care.

  • Clear congested sinuses.
  • Helps relieve cold symptoms.
  • Improves pregnancy-relates sinus issues.
  • Relieves sinus iinfections

Snoring Treatment

When snoring is present without obstructive sleep apnea, it is called primary snoring.


When snoring is present without obstructive sleep apnea, it is called primary snoring.It could occur at the base of the tongue.When snoring is present without obstructive sleep apnea, it is called primary snoring.Somnoplasty is an unique surgical method for reducing habitual snoring. Dr. Mihir Suryavanshi is best ENT surgeon who provides best Snoring treatment in Kothrud.

    Benefits of Surgery for Snoring.

  • Everyone in your household benefits when you take measures to stop your snoring, control your obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) and reclaim your sleep.
  • Your body will thank you too. Snoring in and of itself is an indication that your body is not getting the oxygen it needs to function at its most optimal level.

Tonsil Treatment

What are the tonsils and adenoids? What do they do?


The tonsils and adenoids are composed of tissues similar to the lymph nodes or glands found in the neck or other parts of the body. Together, they are part of a ring of glandular tissue (Waldeyer's ring) encircling the back of the throat. The tonsils are the two masses of tissue on either side of the back of the throat. Normal tonsils are usually about the same size and have the same pink color as the surrounding area. On their surfaces are little depressions, called crypts, which may appear deep and contain pus pockets or tonsil stones. The adenoids are located high in the throat behind the nose and soft palate (the roof of the mouth) and unlike the tonsils, are not easily visible through the mouth. A tonsillectomy and an adenoidectomy (commonly referred to as a T & A) are surgical procedures performed to remove the tonsils and adenoids. The tonsils and adenoids are thought to assist the body in its defense against incoming bacteria and viruses by helping the body form antibodies. However, this function may only be important during the first year of life. There is no evidence to support a significant role of the tonsils and adenoids in immunity. Medical studies have shown that children who have their tonsils and adenoids removed suffer no loss in their future immunity to disease or ability to ward off infections.

    What are the signs and symptoms of tonsillitis or adenoid infections?

  • Fever.
  • Bad breath.
  • Congestion and runny nose.
  • Pain or difficulty swallowing.
  • Headache.
  • Abdominal pain.