This subspecialty of otorhinolaryngology focuses on nose problems. The most common are rhinitis, sinusitis and alterations that condition nasal obstruction, such as deviation of the nasal septum and other nasal deformities.
Diagnosis and treatment of oral surgical pathologies of the mouth and jaws. The Wisdom teeth extraction, jaw cyst enucleation or oral treatments for patients who are unable to tolerate treatment under local anaesthesia can be treated under general anaesthesia.
Observation, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients with lesions on the lips and oral cavity.
The main signs and symptoms can be white spots, pain, dry mouth, blisters and ulcerations, burning, among others.
Assessment, diagnosis and treatment of different types of facial injuries. An experienced and prepared team is at your disposal to deal with the simplest issues to the most complex cases.
Facial asymmetry can be of bone origin, soft tissue, neuromuscular alterations or mixed. In the case of facial palsy, it usually occurs due to damage to the facial nerve, the VII cranial nerve, which is responsible for facial expression.