Laser assisted endoscopy

Laser assisted endoscopy make use of a laser along with an endoscope. This technique can attack the point of blockage rather than the results of the blockage. Once the critical blockage is cleared, other parts of the sinuses improve. An expertise surgeon is foremost important for endoscopic laser-assisted sinus infection surgery. It requires less cutting, causes less tissue trauma and poses fewer complications than traditional sinus surgery. The endoscopic technique allows surgeons to clear the blockages at the ethmoid sinuses where mucous drains into the nose. Surgeons insert an endoscope and a laser through the nose into the sinuses. Polyps that cause headaches, post nasal discharge, sinus infections or blockage can be removed without significant bleeding or other side effects. At present, Laser assisted endoscopy is the most effective way to permanently correct a nasal or sinus blockage. The CT scans identify sinuses affected by sinus blockage. Postoperative scanning is done to check the restored normal drainage after endoscopic removal of the blockage. Patients born with small sinuses and nasal passages may also benefit from sinus surgery.


The microdebrider represent a new generation airway tool that allows for safe, rapid, and effective removal of tissues obstructing the central airway. Obstruction of the central airways is seen in patients with lung cancer, benign disorders such as post intubation tracheal Stenosis and connective tissue diseases. A microdebrider is a rotary cutting tool commonly used in ear, nose and throat surgeries. It is often used to shave tissue and bone. The tool is hooked up to suction that removes excess blood and tissue and can be controlled by a foot pedal. The normal airway mucosa is preserved well than in traditional endoscopic nasal surgery.

The tissue dissection may be carried out with optimal visualization and control with the operating video telescope placed behind the microdebrider. The microdebrider is not only useful for endoscopic dissection of obstructing airway tissue, but also in endoscopic sinus surgery, cosmetic surgery, and endoscopic joint surgeries. The advantage of microdebrider is that it combines suction and dissection and may obviate the need for thermal modalities. The microdebrider is used to cut away infected tissue, ethmoid bone, and suck out any other matter that is obstructing the sinus passage. It is also commonly necessary to remove walls within the nasal passage that open up the ethmoid cavity, allowing a free flow of air.


Rhinoplasty or nose job is a plastic surgery procedure for correcting and reconstructing the form, restoring the functions. The cosmetic rhinoplasty is done to aesthetically enhancing the nose, by resolving nasal trauma, congenital defect, respiratory impediment, and a failed primary nose rhinoplasty. They create a facially proportionate nose by separating the nasal skin and the soft tissues. Non-surgical rhinoplasty is a method involving filler injections to alter the shape of the nose, without invasive surgery.

The rhinoplasty doctor's incisional approach classifies the nasal surgery either as an open rhinoplasty or as a closed rhinoplasty procedure. In open rhinoplasty, an irregular incision is made on the columella in additional to the usual set of incisions for a nasal correction. In closed rhinoplasty, the surgeon performs every procedural incision endonasally and does not cut the columella. During the rhinoplasty procedure it's possible to reduce the size of the nose, to straighten it or to change the angle between the nore and upper lip.
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