Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
Endoscopic sinus surgery is an up-to-date surgical method in particularly treating chronic sinusitis, injured anterior skull base, cerebrospinal fluid (CF) leaks, pressure in optical nerves and damage in eyehole related to trauma.
Endoscopic sinus surgery is an advantageous process against open surgeries because it has no incision and minimal surgery trauma effect. It is practised securely by entering through the nostrils with camera, navigation and surgical equipment designed specially for these kinds of surgeries.
In chronic sinus diseases, the anatomical problems such as infected tissues, nasal polyps, concha bullosa are eradicated, and the ejaculation canals of sinuses are enlarged with endoscopic sinus surgeries.
After the surgery, no tampon is usually put in the nose, patients can breathe through their nose with ease.
A serious nasal congestion and pain is not observed after the surgery. The special tampons which have been placed to prevent bleeding and adhesion of tissues in recuperation process do not affect the nasal breathing.
Patients can be discharged in the same day or the day after the surgery. They may return their work or social life in a short time.