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Turbinate Surgery Affecting Singing Voice
I have extreme Rhinitis. When I'm having an attack, I sneeze 20-40x in a row. Its affecting my ADL. Do we have a nose surgery for this kind of Rhinitis?
Possible: It's possible but without a clinical exam - it's impossible to tell. Best bet is to see an ENT (a physician who specifically handles disorders of the Ears, Nose & throat). Hope that helps! ...Read more
No: Hoarseness is very common and surgical treatments should be uncommon... Most hoarseness is related to: 1) vocal hygiene (talking too much, improperly, too loud) 2) allergies 3) sinusitis 4) reflux. There are many non-surgical things that should be explored before considering surgery... Even with vocal cord nodules.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Potentially: It depends in part on the nature of the neck surgery and also whether or not there is a complication. Having surgery on your vocal cords could certainly affect your voice. I am a spinal surgeon and we do some neck surgeries in the front of the neck. In those cases, the recurrent laryngeal nerve and the crycothyroid nerve both affect the voice and can be irritated during surgery. Thank you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Large turbinates: Turbinate hypertrophy is a common cause of chronic nasal congestion and is often associate with allergy. Initial treatment for allergies should include nasal corticosteroid spray. For those who do not improve, turbinate surgery can be considered. Reduction cautery or coblation procedures can be performed in the office often times. Anesthesia is required when removing a portion of the turbinate ...Read more
Maybe: Depending on the oozing, you might need to wear a mustache type dressing for a day or so. That is just to catch the blood that might drip. My patients are usually able to take it off later that day or the next. Ask your surgeon what you should expect. It is a good procedure and had worked well for my patients. ...Read more
I am going through the change and have noticed my voice is changing. Would vocal surgery improve my voice. I a semi professional singer.
Doubtful: Without knowing your age I have no idea what "change" you are going through but surgery for vocalists is generally an ultimate last resort because of a very specific problem and can make things much worse. Think Joan Rivers. ...Read more
Is there a surgery I can get to thicken my vocal cords and improve the deepness of my voice? How much does a surgery like that typically cost?
How long to wait after septoplasty and turbinate reduction surgery to see full results before assessing if successful or needs revision septoplasty?
Turbinate coblation vs reduction surgery. I am set to have surgery but just realized there is a 20 office procedure that seems to do the exact same?
Turbinate reduction: Hello, there are many ways to help our patients with nasal airway obstruction due to turbinate enlargement. A surgical reduction usually involves a surgical procedure in the or that uses an instrument called a microdrbrider. This gives very good results but could be associated with bleeding. An in office coblation is a different procedure with less risk and easily performed. Ali with your doctor. ...Read more
Just found out 2day I have to have my inferior turbinates reduced (plus a septoplasty). What exactly happens during the turbinate part of the surgery?
Turbinates: There are many different procedures to reduce turbinate hypertrophy, The goal is to reduce hypertrophied tissue while maintaining the mucosal surface, as the turbinates serve an important function. Be sure to have your nose evaluated by a board certified otolaryngologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Turbinates: There are many different procedures to reduce turbinate hypertrophy, The goal is to reduce hypertrophied tissue while maintaining the mucosal surface, as the turbinates serve an important function. Be sure to have your nose evaluated by a board certified otolaryngologist. ...Read more
Yes and no: If you simply don't like your voice, speech therapy is the first step. If this is not beneficial or if you are hoarse, see an ENT physician for endoscopy and consideration of more aggressive treatment (injection augmentation of the vocal cords, other surgical treatment, etc.). Not all ents treat aggressively for simply not liking your voice, however, and transplant is not feasible at present. ...Read more
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