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    What are Sinuses?

    Sinuses may be defined as the air-filled spaces in the skull. They are located behind the forehead, nasal bones, cheeks, and eyes. The sinus usually contains mucus and small hairs that warm and moist the air, before it enters in our lungs. Healthy sinuses do not contain any bacteria or germs. 

    Additionally, it generates mucus which hydrates the nasal passages in order to help keep out undesirable particles like dirt, contaminants, and pathogenic organisms mucus and acts as a protective covering.

    Sinusitis is a condition in which there is an inflammation or swelling of the tissue that lines the sinuses. It’s also known as rhinosinusitis.

    Types of sinusitis

    There are several types of sinusitis, such as:

    • Acute sinusitis
    • Sub-acute sinusitis
    • Chronic sinusitis
    • Recurrent acute sinusitis
    • Bacterial and viral sinusitis
    • Fungal sinusitis

    Signs and symptoms of sinusitis

    Common sign and symptoms of sinusitis are:

    • Runny nose with green or yellow thick mucus
    • Ear pressure or pain
    • Facial pressure
    • Cough
    • Headache
    • Tiredness
    • Nasal obstruction
    • Pressure or pain in teeth

    What is sinus surgery?

    This is a surgical technique which is used to remove obstructions and open the sinus pathways. It is used to treat chronic sinusitis, remove polyps from sinuses and is also helpful in treating several other conditions. It involves the removal of infected sinus tissue, bone or polyps.

    When and how to identify you need a treatment?

    If the one is experiencing symptoms that doesn’t get resolve and are problematic, then there is a need for treatment:

    • Bacterial, viral or fungal infections
    • Polyps (Small growths) on the lining of sinuses
    • Allergies
    • Deviated septum

    The main aim of the treatment is to provide relief in symptoms and cut down the infections. Surgery also contributes to improved nasal breathing.

    Treatment options and utilities of treatment options at TaCa

    Several types of sinus treatments are available, that includes:

    • Functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS): It is the most common procedure which is used for performing sinus surgery. This surgical procedure widens the drainage passages that connect the nose and sinus, eliminating bone or infected tissue. This allows trapped mucus to be released out of the sinus.
    • Balloon sinuplasty: It is a minimally invasive treatment for sinusitis. In this an endoscope and catheter are used to guide a small balloon into the nose. The balloon is inflated to enlarge the pathway to the sinuses.
    • Caldwell luc surgery: This is a less frequently performed procedure that is more invasive and is typically undertaken when there is a growth detected in the sinus cavity. In this a pathway is created between the nose and the cavity beneath the eye which is known as maxillary sinus.
    • Open sinus surgery: It is a traditional type of surgery in which an incision is made in the tissue between the nostrils. This procedure is usually performed when other methods have failed.

    Treatment options at TaCa

    TaCa offers several treatment options as per the need and condition of the patient. When sinus surgery becomes necessary, then doctor might explore the following options:

    Several types of sinus treatments are available, that includes:

    • Functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS): It is the most common procedure which is used for performing sinus surgery. This surgical procedure widens the drainage passages that connect the nose and sinus, eliminating bone or infected tissue. This allows trapped mucus to be released out of the sinus.
    • Balloon sinuplasty: It is a minimally invasive treatment for sinusitis. In this an endoscope and catheter are used to guide a small balloon into the nose. The balloon is inflated to enlarge the pathway to the sinuses.
    • Caldwell luc surgery: This is a less frequently performed procedure that is more invasive and is typically undertaken when there is a growth detected in the sinus cavity. In this a pathway is created between the nose and the cavity beneath the eye which is known as maxillary sinus.
    • Open sinus surgery: It is a traditional type of surgery in which an incision is made in the tissue between the nostrils. This procedure is usually performed when other methods have failed.

    Cost of treatment at TaCa

    TaCa strives to provide top-notch healthcare services at affordable rates, ensuring accessibility for all. TaCa strongly advocates that minimizing preventable hospital admissions is both a moral obligation and a cost-efficient method for ensuring fair and accessible healthcare. We aim to deliver high-quality surgical care conveniently located near individuals. Collaborating with specialized physicians and healthcare partners, TaCa implements proven innovations and best practices to enhance patient care. Below mentioned are some of the benefits which TaCa is offering to the patients:

    • Free Doctor Consultation
    • Highly Experienced Surgeons
    • No Cost EMI
    • Pick and Drop Service
    • Dedicated Assistance by TaCa Dost
    • Affordable Cost
    • Short Hospital Duration
    • Hassle Free Insurance Support
    • Extensive Hospital Network
    • Surgery Near to Your Location

    Care by TaCa–After treatment

    Post-surgery care initiates right after surgery, extending throughout hospital stay and potentially continuing post-discharge. As an integral aspect of post-operative care TaCa handholds the patients and also helps them in getting free follow-up visits with surgeons, so that it may not be a hassle for them after surgery.

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      FAQ's

      FAQ Front

      Typically, sinus surgeries are not the major procedures and are not associated with any significant complications.

      Usually, it does not cause any complication but if left untreated it can rarely be responsible for life-threatening infections. It can only happen if bacteria or fungi spreads to the brain, eyes or nearby bone.

      There are several benefits of FESS, that includes:

      • Shorter recovery periods
      • Minimal scarring
      • No external incisions
      • Less invasive
      • Low pain and discomfort

      TaCa is having a team of skilled or good surgeons that are important because they know the significance of determining when surgery is necessary and when it's not. They recognize that the decision-making process holds more significance than the surgical procedure itself. Ultimately, the aim of any surgery is to serve the patient's well-being.

      There are several complications of sinus surgery:

      • Numbness
      • Infection
      • Severe bleeding
      • Eye trauma and vision problems
      • Loss of smell
      • Headache
      • Leakage of CSF
      • Tearing eyes

      Several factors are there which can be responsible for the cost of sinus treatment:

      • Type and severity of sinus
      • Type of surgery performed
      • Hospital’s type and location 
      • Anesthesiologist fee
      • Medication cost
      • Cost of diagnostic tests

      After sinus surgery, one can get discharged on the same day. It is important that strenuous activity needs to be avoided within the first few days after surgery and an individual also needs 3–5 days to rest and recover completely.

      While the majority of individuals do not experience an infection, there is a potential recurrence in approximately 5–10% of cases. Its recurrence is possibly high in asthmatic patients.