Nasal Polyp

Nasal polyps are benign (noncancerous) growths of the lining epithelial tissue, or mucosa, of the nose.
  • a sensation that your nose is blocked
  • runny nose
  • postnasal drip, which is when excess mucus runs down the back of your throat
  • nasal stuffiness
  • nasal congestion
  • reduced sense of smell
  • breathing through your mouth
  • a feeling of pressure in your forehead or face
  • sleep apnea
  • snoring
Nasal Endoscopy is the gold standard for diagnosis.
Radiology – CT PNS or MRI scan are added investigations for diagnosis.
Medical – Nasal Sprays – Fluticasone/Mometasone etc.
Surgery – It is the standard and best available treatment, as it helps to clear off the polyps and ultimately helps the nasal sprays/medication to reach the actual site of inflammation.
Our centre is equipped with Nasal Debrider system for better and precise clearance.


Nasal septum is thin wall (nasal septum) between the two nasal passages. In many people, the nasal septum is off-center — or deviated — making one nasal passage smaller is called Deviated Nasal Septum (DNS)
All the DNS cases do not warrant treatment. Only when it is responsible for nasal obstruction/blockage on a daily basis.
The treatment for this condition is called as Septoplasty (Surgery). It is a day care procedure done under general anaesthesia. The patient is able to resume his/her duties from the very next day of the procedure.
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Nasal Blockage

There can be many causes of nasal blockage. The first thing during nose block treatment is to establish if nose block is on one side or both the sides.
Most common cause of one sided nose block are as follows :
  • Deviated Nasal Septum
  • Nasal Polyps
  • Enlarged Turbinates
Common causes of bilateral nasal blockage :-
  • Nasal Polyps
  • Sinusitis
  • Enlarged Adenoids

Treatment includes, establishing an aetiology of Nasal Blockage and treatment accordingly.


A condition in which the cavities around the nasal passages become inflamed.
Who is at risk for a sinus infection?
Anyone can develop a sinus infection. However, certain other health conditions and risk factors can increase your chances of developing one, such as :
  • a deviated nasal septum,
  • a nasal bone spur (a bone growth in the nose)
  • nasal polyps,
  • a history of allergies
  • weak immune system
  • tobacco smoking
  • recent upper respiratory infection
  • cystic fibrosis, a condition that causes thick mucus to build up in your lungs and other mucus membrane linings
  • dental infection etc.

Treatment includes, establishing an aetiology of Nasal Blockage and treatment accordingly.

The symptoms of sinusitis are similar to those of a common cold. They may include :
  • a decreased sense of smell
  • fever
  • stuffy or runny nose
  • headache from sinus pressure
  • fatigue
  • cough
It includes both Medicines, as well as Surgery.