With the advancements in technology over the past 10 to 15 years, surgical procedures are becoming less harsh on the body, while giving patients a faster recovery time frame. Unlike in the past, these procedures are fast, effective, and offers many benefits.
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The ear is a very complex organ and is composed of the outer, inner, and middle sections. Ears are commonly affected by trauma or infections like most organs, and diseases can lead to tinnitus, hearing loss, or loss of balance (vertigo). If you have pain, dizziness or hearing loss, medical attention should be a priority. That's where Silverstein Institute comes into play and our team of experts has the knowledge and know-how to handle the toughest medical situations.
Let's look at some advantages of minimally invasive surgery.
Benefits or Advantages Compared To Traditional Surgery
Minimally Invasive ear surgery is equal to traditional surgical treatments as far as the outcome is concerned, but with this style of surgery patients can expect benefits like:
- Less Major Bleeding
- Shorter Length of Stay in Hospitals
- Equal To Lower Costs
- Less Scaring
- Smaller Incisions
- Fewer Post-Op Infections and Complications
- Faster Return To Work and Activities
Why Silverstein Institute?
The Silverstein Institute is at the head of the field in research, diagnosis, treatments, and therapy that deals with the ears, nose, and throat. Silverstein's Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology experts are here for you no matter the issue. Dizziness, sinus disease, hearing loss, voice loss/hoarseness and Meniere's disease can and will be treated effectively by a team of well-trained physicians.
Minimally Invasive Procedures are presently used more than traditional procedures, but it's up to your doctor to give you the option if it is available and appropriate for your condition. There are more detailed information on services, treatments, and therapies available at the Silverstein Institute.
Watch the video below to hear Dr. Jack Wazen, MD, FACS, discuss Baha System which requires a minimally invasive surgery to implement.