Anti-Snoring Surgery - ENT

Anti-Snoring Surgery

Anti-Snoring Surgery

There are several snoring treatments available over-the-counter in pharmacies. However, all of the available treatments may not be effective to cure snoring. Anti-Snoring Surgery is recommended when all other methods to put an end to snoring fails.
Surgery is also required to correct a physical problem causing the patient to snore. 
List of surgical options:
Somnoplasty: This is a minimally invasive procedure to reduce the soft tissue present in the upper airway or the back portion of the throat.

Tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy: This is the surgical procedure to remove the tonsils and/or adenoids to prevent snoring.

Palate surgery: This is recommended when the removal of certain tissues of the soft palate is the only option to clear the breathing obstruction.

Upper airway stimulator: An Inspire (surgical device) is used to treat people who have sleep apnea and control snoring.

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