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Request a FREE Consultation Our Experts Get expert advice from our experienced team of specialists for all your procedure related queries Dr. Harshwardhan Subhedar General Surgeon, Laparoscopic Surgeon ● 15 Years Experience Overall ●10000 + Surgeries Performed 4.9 Dr. Priyesh Naik General Surgeon, Laparoscopic Surgeon ● 20 Years Experience Overall ●17000 + Surgeries Performed 4.7 Dr. Jeetendra Jadhav MS- General Surgery ● 16 Years Experience Overall ●12000 + Surgeries Performed 4.5 Want to know more about our experts? Request a FREE Consultation Treatments we offer Get access to the best treatment options and expert care for improved outcomes. 1. Electrosurgery Technique Treatments we offer This procedure applies high frequency alternating electric current to biological tissue to cut or stop bleeding. The procedure is done under general anaesthesia. An endotracheal tube (a tube is placed into the windpipe through the mouth) is placed to maintain external respiration. Monopolar diathermy (electrical energy) is used to ablate (remove) the adenoids and also check the bleeding in the larger vessels. The adenoid tissue first turns white upon application of the monopolar diathermy and then shrinks considerably and is eventually vaporized. Packing of the back of the nose is performed after the procedure. 2. Electrocautery Treatments we offer This technique uses the heat conduction from a probe heated to a required temperature with the help of a direct electric current. The procedure is similar to the ablation adenoidectomy except for using electrocautery to cut the tissue and stop the bleeding.All the other steps remain the same. 3. Curette Adenoidectomy Treatments we offer The procedure is done under general anaesthesia.It’s quite similar to the traditional procedure except for using a curette (which is a sharp spoon-shaped scalpel/knife) for cutting the adenoid tissue. A mirror helps visualise the interior as the surgeon uses a suction catheter to drain the excess blood.A pressure packing may be done to establish the stoppage of bleeding. 4. Endoscopic Techniques Treatments we offer This technique involves inserting through the nose a tube-like instrument with a camera and a light source to better visualise the interior when compared to that of a mirror. 5. Endoscopy-assisted Coblation Treatments we offer The procedure is performed under general anaesthesia/local anaesthesia.It uses radiofrequency for the ablation (removal) of adenoid glands and the endoscope gives a better visual of the interior when compared to a mirror.The advantage of using this technique is lesser pain and quicker healing and recovery.No stitches may be required after the procedure. 6. Endoscopy- assisted Microdebrider Adenoidectomy Treatments we offer A rotary device called microdebrider is used to “shave” the adenoidal tissue.The adenoids are partially removed.The tissue near the Eustachian tubes are spared from damage.The recovery period is short and very little post-operative pain exists. Want to know more about our experts? Request a FREE Consultation What is an Adenoidectomy? An Adenoidectomy is a surgical procedure performed to remove your swollen or enlarged adenoids blocking your airways. Your adenoid glands are present behind your nose above the roof of your mouth and are part of your immune system. This surgery is usually carried out in children but can be performed on adults also if necessary. 1. Why is an Adenoidectomy performed? Your doctor may recommend Adenoidectomy if you have:Breathing and sleeping issuesChronic recurrent ear infections causing hearing lossRecurring tonsillitis (infection in the tonsils)Enlarged adenoids at birthRecurrent or persistent sinusitis (infection of the sinuses) 2. Pre-Operative care You will be instructed to not eat or drink anything before 8 to 10 hours of your surgery.Your doctor will discontinue certain medications like blood thinners, aspirin etc., two weeks prior to your surgery.You will need to arrange for someone to drive you back home on the day of your procedure as you won’t be able to drive for at least 24 hours after having your surgery. 3. On the day of the surgery You will be asked to sign an Informed Consent Form (ICF) before the surgery.Adenoidectomy is usually performed under general anaesthesia.A nurse will prep and disinfect the surgical site, once you are asleep. 4. Post-Operative care At the HospitalYour vitals (pulse, blood pressure, temperature, respiratory rate) will be monitored at regular intervals, post-surgery.You will be discharged on the same day if no complication arises.At HomeIt is normal to have some soreness in your tongue, mouth, throat, or jaw after the surgery.You should take medicines (antibiotics, painkillers, etc.) as prescribed by your doctor.If there is bleeding in your throat and mouth, spit out the blood instead of swallowing.Eat soft and bland food to ease throat pain.Drink plenty of fluids.Avoid strenuous exercises for 1 to 2 weeks after your surgery.Use an ice pack on your neck to reduce pain and swelling. 5. Potential complications/risks Complications associated with adenoidectomy are rare which may include:Excessive bleedingInfectionAccidental breaking/chipping of a toothAdverse reactions to anaesthesiaInjury to adjacent tissues Read More Practo Care Surgeries Safe and advanced surgical treatment. 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It usually takes about 2 to 5 days to recover from an Adenoidectomy. For complete recovery, it might take around 1 to 2 weeks. What happens If I delay Adenoidectomy? If you postpone your surgery, then your breathing and sleeping issues may worsen. In children, delaying Adenoidectomy can lead to hearing loss and speech impairment. Your adenoids can grow to completely block the back of your nose. In such cases, you will need to undergo emergency surgery, which carries more risks than planned surgery. Can my adenoids recur after an Adenoidectomy? Your adenoids rarely regrow after your surgery as they tend to shrink as you age. Even if they grow back, the chances of them blocking your airways are almost negligible Is Adenoidectomy painful? Adenoidectomy is usually done under general anaesthesia, so you will be asleep and feel no pain during the procedure. Your doctor will prescribe strong painkillers to manage your pain after the surgery. What causes adenoids to increase in size? Your adenoids may become enlarged for several reasons, including viral, bacterial and fungal diseases, parasites, allergy and cigarette smoke. Could Adenoidectomy affect my speech? Your bulging adenoids might affect the characteristics of your speech (pitch, tone and articulation). An Adenoidectomy will nonetheless eliminate the obstruction and enhance your tone and pitch. Can Adenoidectomy affect my immune system? Your adenoids are a small part of your immune system. There are many other ways your immune system can effectively fight infections. Adenoids eventually shrink and become inactive in adults, so they don’t have a major role in your immune system at a later stage. In fact, you may be at a lower risk of infections, after your Adenoidectomy.