ENT (Ear, Nose, and Throat) is a medical specialty that focuses on diagnosing and treating disorders related to the ears, nose, throat, head, and neck. It is also known as Otolaryngology.

The ENT specialist, also called an otolaryngologist, is trained in both medical and surgical treatments of conditions such as ear infections, hearing loss, sinusitis, allergies, tonsillitis, voice and swallowing disorders, sleep apnoea, snoring, head and neck cancers, facial trauma, and deformities, and balance disorders.

Why choose Green City Hospital for ENT?

At Green City Hospital, doctors look at the whole person to figure out how best to treat the underlying problems that are causing head and neck pain. Depending on the patient’s condition, the specialists coordinate care across multiple departments, such as plastic surgery, Speech and Audiology, ophthalmology, neurosurgery, dentistry, pulmonary medicine, Endocrinology, Neurology, Oncology, Dentistry, and any other fields that may be needed.

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    Green City Hospital Services in ENT

    • Ear infections and hearing loss
    • Sinusitis and allergies
    • Tonsillitis and throat infections
    • Voice and swallowing disorders
    • Sleep apnoea and snoring
    • Head and neck cancers
    • Facial trauma and deformities
    • Vertigo and balance disorders

    Green City HospitalTreatment for ENT

    1. Fiber-optic evaluation of obstructive sleep apnoea to measure the amount of blockage
    2. Snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea can be fixed with surgery.
    3. Collation is used in surgeries to treat snoring and sleep apnoea.
    4. For sinusitis and a deviated nasal septum, surgery through the nose and sinuses is done with an endoscope.
    5. For persistent ear discharge, a hole in the ear drum, or hearing loss, microscopic ear surgeries can be done.
    6. Microscopic and endoscopic laryngeal surgeries are used to treat voice changes, hoarseness, polyps on the vocal cords, and tumours.
    7. Tumours and swellings in the neck can be fixed with neck surgery.
    8. Endoscopic skull base surgeries (Pituitary & Clival tumours, CSF leak repair)
    9. The lacrimal sac was operated on endoscopically, and the orbital and optic nerves were freed up endoscopically.


    A complete ENT examination includes inspecting the oropharynx,palpating the neck, checking the oral cavity and using a tongue depressor, and, including the gums and buccal mucosa. One feels for suspicious spots on the tongue or in the mouth. Some patients will allow for oropharynx palpation.

    A pneumatic otoscope is frequently the only specialist tool a physician needs to identify an ear infection. With the use of this tool, the doctor may examine the ear and determine whether the eardrum is filled with fluid. The medical professional softly blows air on the eardrum using the pneumatic otoscope.

    The following conditions would be treated as part of primary ENT care: Nasal discharge, ear discharge, ear pain, ear wax, hearing loss, speech-related issues, hoarseness, open-mouth breathing, neck swelling, and foreign things in the ear and nose are just a few of the symptoms that can occur.

    Both viruses and bacteria, in particular Haemophilus influenzae and Streptococcus pneumoniae can cause ear infections. Eustachian tubes, blockage which results in fluid accumulation in your middle ear, is a common cause of them.