Expert Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) Care for Your Well-being at NewGen Hospital,Perumbakkam,Chennai.

Welcome to NewGen Hospital, where our dedicated team of ENT specialists is committed to providing expert care for your ear, nose, and throat health. From managing sinus problems and allergies to treating hearing loss and throat infections, we offer comprehensive solutions for a wide range of ENT conditions. With state-of-the-art facilities and a patient-centered approach, we prioritize your well-being and strive to deliver personalized care tailored to your unique needs. Trust NewGen Hospital for exceptional ENT care and schedule your appointment today.

ENT specialists, also known as otolaryngologists, are medical doctors with expertise in the diagnosis, treatment, and surgical management of conditions related to the ear, nose, and throat. Their role extends beyond treating common issues like sinus headaches, swimmer’s ear, or sleep apnea. 

 To become an ENT specialist, doctors undergo rigorous post-graduate training for an additional five to eight years after completing medical school. During this intensive training, they acquire advanced knowledge and surgical skills to perform complex procedures. These procedures may include restoring hearing in the middle ear, addressing airway blockages, removing head, neck, and throat cancers, and reconstructing vital structures. 

 ENT specialists are highly skilled surgeons who handle delicate operations requiring precision and expertise. They play a vital role in improving and maintaining the functionality of the ear, nose, and throat. Their comprehensive training equips them to diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions, offering both medical and surgical solutions tailored to each patient’s specific needs. 

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Hearing loss can make it difficult to understand, follow or participate in conversations. You may struggle to track what people are saying on TV or the telephone, and you may miss out on the pleasant sounds of nature. Significant hearing loss can affect your ability to work and enjoy life. 

Natural and over-the-counter (OTC) nonprescription (not antibiotic) remedies for ear infections: Over-the-counter pain relievers, for example, acetaminophen (Tylenol and others) and ibuprofen (Advil). Those over 18 years of age can also consider aspirin for pain. 

Long-term dizziness and vertigo should not be ignored. Rather, a health care provider should treat these conditions. Antihistamines, such as meclizine, solve dizziness. Meclizine is used to prevent and control nausea, vomiting and dizziness caused by motion sickness. It works to block the signals to the brain that cause these symptoms. 

Ear infection or ear canal blockage. Your ear canals can become blocked with a buildup of fluid (ear infection), earwax, dirt or other foreign materials. A blockage can change the pressure in your ear, causing tinnitus. Head or neck injuries. Head or neck trauma can affect the inner ear, hearing nerves or brain function linked to hearing. 


A ruptured eardrum (tympanic membrane perforation) is a hole or tear in the thin tissue that separates the ear canal from the middle ear (eardrum). A ruptured eardrum usually heals within a few weeks without treatment. But sometimes it requires a patch or surgical repair to heal. 


Nasal congestion is when tissue lining the nose swells because of inflamed blood vessels. Symptoms of nasal congestion include runny nose, itchy nose, sneezing, and loss of smell. The common cold, flu, and sinus infection are the most likely causes of nasal congestion. It’s easily treated at home. 

Allergic rhinitis is caused by allergies to pollen. Irritants like smoke, perfume and cleaners can trigger symptoms as well. You may be more sensitive to inhaled irritants when your nasal passages are inflamed from rhinitis. If you also have asthma, allergic rhinitis may worsen respiratory symptoms.

mostly without their knowledge. Nasal septum deviation is a physical disorder of the nose, involving a displacement of the nasal septum. Some displacement is common, affecting 80% of people, mostly without their knowledge. The nasal septum is the bone and cartilage in the nose that separates the nasal cavity into the two nostrils. 

The enlarged turbinate’s are associated with nasal congestion, usually with severe symptoms, including persistent open-mouth breathing, decreased sense of smell; mucus or mucopurulent nasal discharge; cough and phlegm; and frontal pain when the enlarged turbinate’s press on the nasal septum, with occasional episodes radiating to the bridge of the nose and orbits. 

Nasal polyps are soft, painless, noncancerous growths lining the nose or sinuses. They happen most often in people with asthma, allergies, repeat infections or inflammation in the nasal passages. Medication and outpatient surgery can shrink nasal polyps and relieve symptoms. 

Epistaxis, or a nosebleed, is when you lose blood from the tissue that lines the inside of your nose. A combination of dry air and tiny blood vessels that line the inner surface of your nose often cause nosebleeds. There are simple steps you can take to treat and prevent them. Although annoying, nosebleeds usually aren’t a cause for concern. “Epistaxis” is the medical term for a nosebleed. A nosebleed, meaning a loss of blood from the tissue that lines the inside of your nose, can occur in one or both nostrils. Usually, it only affects one nostril. 

A sinus infection (infectious sinusitis) occurs when a virus, bacterium, or a fungus grows within a sinus. Sinusitis is one of the more common conditions that can afflict people throughout their lives. Sinusitis commonly occurs when environmental pollens irritate the nasal passages, such as with hay fever.

Sino nasal carcinomas are a broad group of Sino nasal malignant tumors that are of epithelial cell origin/lineage. Sino nasal carcinomas can be classified into various histological and etiological subgroups: Sino nasal squamous cell carcinoma: considered the most common histological subtype and accounts for >50% of all Sino nasal malignant tumors  

A sinus is a sac or cavity in any organ or tissue, or an abnormal cavity or passage caused by the destruction of tissue. In common usage, “sinus” usually refers to the paranasal sinuses, which are air cavities in the cranial bones, especially those near the nose and connecting to it. Most individuals have four paired cavities located in the cranial bone or skull. It can be challenging to tell sinusitis apart from a cold or allergy, so knowing the symptoms of a sinus infection can help a person find the best treatment. 

These cavities help to make the skull lighter. They also produce mucus that adds moisture to the nasal passages. The mucus provides a protective layer to help keep out unwanted particles like pollutants, dirt, and infectious organisms.

Frequently Asked Question


When should I see an ENT specialist?

You should consider seeing an ENT specialist if you have symptoms or conditions such as chronic ear infections, hearing loss, sinus problems, throat pain, voice changes, snoring, or breathing difficulties.

What can I expect during an ENT appointment?

During an ENT appointment, the specialist will take your medical history, conduct a physical examination of the affected area, and may recommend diagnostic tests such as imaging or hearing tests.

What are common ENT conditions?

Common ENT conditions include sinusitis, ear infections, tonsillitis, allergies, hearing loss, tinnitus, vertigo, nasal polyps, and vocal cord disorders, among others.

Can throat cancer be prevented?

While not all cases can be prevented, lifestyle choices such as avoiding tobacco and excessive alcohol consumption can significantly reduce the risk of developing throat cancer. Regular screenings are also essential.

What is the recovery process like after ENT surgery?

Recovery after ENT surgery depends on the specific procedure performed. Your ENT specialist will provide post-operative instructions, including guidance on activity levels and follow-up appointments.