Adult ENT Conditions

Our ENT surgeons collective years of experience allows us to treat a range of ENT conditions with a focus on quality, care and compassion. 

Learn more about the ENT conditions we treat

Tonsils and Adenoids

Tonsils and Adenoids

There are several variations of tonsillitis: acute, recurrent, and chronic tonsillitis and peritonsillar abscess.

Adult Sinusitis

Adult Sinusitis

This common disease process involves about one third of the Australian population, more commonly in adults.

Adult Snoring ENT Sydney

Adult Snoring

Snoring is a problem for a lot of adults, or more specifically for their partner!

Adult Ear Infections Holes in Eardrum

Adult Ear Infections
(Holes in Eardrum)

If the eardrum and three small ear bones become infected, holes in the ear drum and/or destruction of bones can result.

Acoustic Tumors (Vestibular Schwannoma)

Single Sided Deafness

Single sided deafness (SSD) refers to the loss of nerve hearing in one ear.

Cholesteatoma

Cholesteatoma

Or Skin Cyst in the Middle Ear, can be treated by Endoscopic (Keyhole) Ear Surgery. This is one of our specialist areas.

Otosclerosis Stapedectomy Stapedotomy

Otosclerosis
(Stapedectomy/ Stapedotomy)

Excessive bony growth occurs around the third middle ear bone, which normally conducts the sound to the cochlea.

Exostoses Surfers Ear

Exostoses
(Surfer's Ear)

Exostoses need careful management with ear drops such as Aqua Ear to help evaporate trapped water.

Cochlear Implantation Bionic Ear

Cochlear Implantation
(Bionic Ear)

Cochlear implants (or bionic ears) are also commonly used in adults where their hearing aids are not working well for them.

Bone Anchored Hearing Aid BAHA Sophono

Bone Anchored Hearing Aid
(BAHA, Sophono)

These benign fibrous growths arise from the main balance nerve or the main auditory nerve.

Nasal Obstruction

Nasal Obstruction

There are many causes of nasal obstruction, including allergic rhinitis or structural causes of congestion to the nasal airway.

Acoustic Tumors (Vestibular Schwannoma)

Acoustic Tumors
(Vestibular Schwannoma)

These benign fibrous growths arise from the main balance nerve or the main auditory nerve.

Super Canal Dehiscence - Dr Nirmal Patel

Superior Canal
Dehiscence

A loss of bone (dehiscence) between the upper balance (superior canal) organ and the brain lining.

Still have a question to two?

Our team will be happy to answer any questions you may have about Acoustic Tumours.