Our mouths are kept lubricated by saliva, helping us speak and eat, and keeping our lips, tongue, and teeth healthy by washing away microbes and preventing the formation of dry sores. Read more
A salivary gland stone is a calcified structure which forms inside a salivary gland or duct. It can block the flow of saliva into the mouth. The stone is often referred to as salivary duct calculus and mainly occurs in middle-aged adults. It is the common cause of blockage in the salivary ducts. Read more
Use a Humidifier
It provides a quick and easy way to reduce the sinus pain and relieve a stuffy nose. The machine converts water to moisture that slowly fills the air, increasing the humidity in a room. Breathing in the moist air gets soothe irritated tissues and it can be swollen the blood vessels in the nose and also in the sinuses. Humidifiers also thin the mucus in your sinuses. This can help empty the fluids in your nose and return your breathing to normal. Put a humidifier in the room to ease the inflammation that causes the congestion. Read more
We continually look for ways to help educate people about common ear, nose and throat problems. These are problems or issues ranging from allergies to even severe problems that are diagnosable and treated by a ENT specialist at Ear Nose and Throat Department. Read more
It’s a condition in which the cavities around the nasal passages become inflamed. It is most common and can be seen more than 10 million cases per year in India. Read more
The ear is divided into three separate compartments: the outer, middle, and inner ear. The outer ear is simply the earlobe and a short tube leading to the eardrum. The eardrum separates the middle and outer ears. The middle ear contains the bones that link the eardrum to the inner ear. The inner ear contains the balance organs and the nerves vital to hearing. Read more
We continually look for ways to help educate people about common ear, nose and throat problems. These are problems or issues ranging from allergies to even severe problems that are diagnosable and treated by a ENT specialist at Ear Nose and Throat Department.