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Laryngology is a field in medicine dealing with disorders of the larynx (voicebox)

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Laryngology

Microlaryngeal Surgery

Microlaryngeal Surgery is a procedure used to remove abnormal growths in the throat to treat laryngeal cancer or to correct voice disorders

Tonsillectomy

Tonsils are two masses of tissues, also known as lymph nodes, located at the back of your throat. Tonsillitis is the procedure to remove infected tonsils.

Adenoidectomy

Adenoidectomy is the procedure to remove the adenoids to prevent the persistent nasal obstruction or sinus infection causing throat complications.

Voice & Throat (Laryngology)

Irritation, scratchiness, or pain of the throat is the indication that you are suffering from a throat infection. The condition often worsens when you swallow. The most common cause of throat pain and a sore throat are viral and bacterial infections. In most cases, a sore throat by a viral infection resolves on its own; however, in the case of a bacterial infection, it requires treatment with antibiotics to avoid complications like tonsillitis.

Tonsil

Tonsils are two masses of tissues, also known as lymph nodes, located at the back of your throat. They act as filters, preventing germs from entering your airways. Tonsils produce antibodies to fight infections. They are your body’s first line of defense against illness. They produce white blood cells that combat viruses and bacteria entering your body through your mouth. However, they sometimes themselves become infected. The viruses and bacteria that attack them cause swelling and inflammation resulting in tonsillitis. The condition is common, especially among preschoolers, and can recur frequently or occur occasionally.

Adenoid

Adenoids are similar to tonsils composed of lymph nodes that prevent germs from entering the airways. They are located in the space above the nasopharynx. Adenoids help fight infections. However, when their health is compromised, they become enlarged or inflamed causing adenoiditis. It can make breathing difficult and lead to recurrent respiratory infections. Adenoids can get overwhelmed by virus and bacteria and become infected. In most cases, the ENT specialist recommends antibiotics to treat adenoiditis. However, if the affected has frequent infections including sinus and ear infections, or breathing problems, surgery may be required to remove the adenoids.

Sore Throat (Pharyngitis)

Irritation, scratchiness, or pain of the throat is the indication that you are suffering from a throat infection. The condition often worsens when you swallow. The most common cause of throat pain and a sore throat are viral and bacterial infections. In most cases, a sore throat by a viral infection resolves on its own; however, in the case of a bacterial infection, it requires treatment with antibiotics to avoid complications like tonsillitis. Knowing the cause help patients narrow down their treatment options.

Vocal Cord Polyps

Chronic irritation or acute trauma can cause changes in the vocal cords that can lead to Vocal Cord Polyps. Polyps are often unilateral, result from injury to the lamina propria of the vocal cords, and may occur at the mid-third of the membranous cords. They frequently result from an initiating acute phonatory injury; however, they have other causes as well including chronic inhalation of irritants like cigarette smoke or industrial fumes, chronic laryngeal allergic reactions, untreated hypothyroid states, or gastroesophageal reflux. Vocal Cord Polyps leads to hoarseness and a breathy voice. Most polyps must be surgically removed to restore a normal voice.

Voice Disorder

A voice disorder occurs when your loudness, pitch, and voice quality are inappropriate or differ from your gender, age, or cultural background. People develop voice disorder for numerous reasons. Change in voice or voice disorder is usually due to change in the function or structure of the vocal cords. When your vocal cords experience any growths, become paralyzed, or become inflamed, they aren’t able to function properly, causing a voice disorder. Your ENT doctor will ask you detailed questions about the symptoms and examine your throat thoroughly before prescribing any treatment.

Time Saving Voice and Throat Laryngology Treatment in Delhi

Pristyn Care clinic provides the best treatment for Voice and Throat Laryngology. Our experienced team of Doctors will provide you with the best medical facilities. The patient is treated with the latest technologies. The patients are also provided with the follow-up reports post the surgery. The centres are present at various locations in Delhi.

Voice and Throat Laryngology Treatment in Gurgaon

Gurgaon being a millennium city has high levels of air pollution. There are many respiratory disorders and also because of the noise pollution there are many numbers of hearing disorders. This type of lifestyle has contributed to the high number of cases in Voice and Throat Laryngology. Here in Gurgaon, Pristyn Care will provide you with the best voice and throat laryngology treatment. The doctors are trained to provide the best service to the patients.

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What’s the best treatment for laryngitis?

Some home treatments may relieve the symptoms of laryngitis and will reduce the strain on your voice

  • Rest your voice as much as possible
  • Moisten your throat
  • Avoid whispering
  • Drink plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration
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What to eat if suffering from laryngitis?

  • Limit caffeine and alcohol
  • Avoid clearing your throat
  • Drink plenty of water
  • Don’t smoke and avoid passive smoking
  • Include vegetables in your diet
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Is honey good for laryngitis?

Some herbs will help shorten the length of a cold or even possibly lessen the chances of getting one, which will help your throat if you are suffering from laryngitis. Honey is used traditionally to cure a sore throat.

Can you permanently lose your voice if you are suffering from laryngitis?

So, when your vocal cords are swollen, you might end up with a voice which is raspy. You may even lose your voice completely. There are two types of laryngitis: chronic laryngitis and acute laryngitis.

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