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Release Date: 10/07/2022

The Most Common Post-Rhinoplasty Side Effects show art The Most Common Post-Rhinoplasty Side Effects

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The Healing Process After Rhinoplasty Surgery In this solo episode of NJENT's We Nose Noses podcast, Dr. Undavia discusses common issues that can arise after rhinoplasty and how to address them. From managing swelling in the supra tip area to addressing bony callus development and increased allergy symptoms after rhinoplasty, Dr. Undavia provides his expert insights and tips.Tune in to learn more about navigating these post-rhinoplasty challenges! What you'll learn: How to manage swelling in the supra tip area after rhinoplasty Effective treatments for bony callus development post-surgery...

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Understanding Nasal Obstruction After Septoplasty   In this episode, Dr. Smith, Dr. Reddy, and Dr. Undavia discuss the common issue of patients who still experience difficulty breathing through their nose after a previous septoplasty or nasal surgery. They explore the potential pitfalls and mistakes that can occur after surgery, as well as alternative options for patients. They cover topics such as the anatomy of the nose, the nasal valve, turbinate reduction, medical options for nasal obstruction, and surgical interventions. Tune in to learn the importance of exploring all your...

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Are There Any Alternatives To Sinus Surgery? show art Are There Any Alternatives To Sinus Surgery?

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Exploring Alternatives to Sinus Surgery with NJENT Join NJENT's Dr. Undavia, Dr. Reddy, and Dr. Smith in a candid discussion on alternatives to sinus surgery. From medical management to minimally invasive procedures, discover options that could offer relief from chronic sinus issues. What you'll learn: Understand the importance of optimizing medical management before considering sinus surgery. Explore minimally invasive procedures like balloon sinuplasty and their role in breaking the cycle of inflammation. Learn how office-based procedures can offer viable alternatives to traditional sinus...

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All About the Innovative Treatment Options for Ear Infections Looking for chronic ear infection relief? Join us on We Nose Noses as Dr. Reddy, Dr. Smith, and Dr. Undavia guide you through this revolutionary procedure for treating eustachian tube dysfunction through the use of balloon dilation. We'll cover everything from how the eustachian tubes work to the latest in treatment options, so you can find the relief you deserve. What you'll learn: Learn about eustachian tubes and why they're crucial for keeping your ears healthy and infection-free. Understand the symptoms and causes of eustachian...

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Understanding Board Certification in Otolaryngology When you are looking for an ENT professional, expertise can make all the difference. Join Dr. Undavia, Dr. Reddy, and Dr. Smith as they discuss what it means to be a board-certified otolaryngologist and why it matters. Learn about the extensive education, training, and rigorous testing required to achieve this prestigious certification. What you'll learn: The educational journey, including undergraduate studies, medical school, residency, and optional fellowship, necessary to become a board-certified otolaryngologist How may exams,...

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Understanding Throat Mucus Causes and Home Remedies In this informative discussion, Dr. Reddy, Dr. Undavia, and Dr. Smith discuss throat mucus, exploring its various causes and offering practical home remedies for relief. From hydration techniques to herbal supplements, as they provide tips and tricks into managing this common throat discomfort.  What you'll learn: The different sources of throat mucus: stomach, lungs, or nasal passages Importance of hydration in thinning out thick mucus and facilitating its clearance Home remedies such as saline irrigation, honey, chicken noodle soup,...

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Understanding Septal Perforations: Causes, Treatment, and Recovery show art Understanding Septal Perforations: Causes, Treatment, and Recovery

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Insights, Options, and Realities for Nasal Health Join Dr. Undavia in this episode of We Nose Noses on septal perforations, uncovering the intricacies of causes, treatments, and recovery. From hydration hacks to surgical nuances, this exclusive guide offers a holistic understanding to empower your nasal wellness journey. What you'll learn: The different causes of septal perforations, from medication use to systemic diseases, and understand the associated symptoms. Non-surgical approaches to septal perforation such as hydration techniques and nasal buttons, along with their benefits and...

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Expert Insights for Successful Nose Surgery Journey Discover everything you need to know about rhinoplasty, from initial consultation to full recovery. Dr. Undavia from NJENT shares invaluable insights, covering preoperative prep, surgical details, and post-op care, ensuring a well-informed and confident approach to nose surgery. What you'll learn: The rhinoplasty consultation process and visualize surgical outcomes using advanced computer imaging technology. Preoperative preparations, including medication management, risk assessment, and scheduling tips for a smooth surgical experience. The...

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NJENT's Tales of Strange Ear, Nose, and Throat Foreign Bodies show art NJENT's Tales of Strange Ear, Nose, and Throat Foreign Bodies

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The Bizarre Encounters and Emergency Extractions From ENT Doctors Join Dr. Undavia, Dr. Reddy, and Dr. Smith from NJENT & Facial Plastic Surgery as they share jaw-dropping stories of the weirdest foreign bodies they've encountered in the ear, nose, and throat. From dentures to cockroaches, these medical experts reveal the extraordinary challenges they've faced in extracting the unimaginable. Discover the unexpected, the emergencies, and the important lessons on what not to put in your ear, nose, or throat. What you'll learn: What are some of NJENT's firsthand accounts of emergency...

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The ENT Guide to Breaking Free of a Chronic Cough show art The ENT Guide to Breaking Free of a Chronic Cough

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Exploring the Complexities and Solutions for Persistent Coughing Issues Can't seem to stop coughing? In this episode, the NJENT team explores the causes of chronic coughing, including ear, nose, and throat factors, as well as the diagnostic journey and effective treatments. This episode provides valuable insights for those grappling with long-standing cough issues. Discover the multifaceted approach these experts take to help patients find relief and regain control of their lives. What you'll learn: What can cause chronic cough from lungs, stomach, medications, to neurogenic triggers. Why...

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All Your Tonsil Related Questions Answered!

Tonsils are part of the lymphatic system, acting as a filter for bacteria entering through the mouth. However, it is becoming more and more common to get a tonsillectomy due to things such as to tonsilitis, sleep apnea, chronic inflammation, and more. In this episode of We Nose Noses, ENT experts Nishant, Greg, and Samir talk about tonsils and the many reasons for getting them removed.

What you’ll learn:

  • Why people get their tonsils removed
  • How to prevent tonsil inflammation and cancer
  • When to seek the help of a professional for your tonsil related problems

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