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Otolaryngology deals with conditions and diseases of the ear, nose, and throat. While specialists in this field often deal with varying levels of medical conditions that can affect the functionality of the head and neck area, they also work with patients to correct the appearance of these areas through surgery or otolaryngology devices. Otolaryngology devices are minimally invasive treatments that aid in reshaping the nose, ear, or other areas of the neck and head. Patients seeking solutions to reshape their nose or ears can achieve their aesthetic goals with the help of otolaryngology products. These non-invasive devices give your patients a boost in confidence as they work to reshape problematic areas.
Doctors use these devices as an alternative to invasive surgeries. Patients wishing to reshape the nose because of its unusual size or a bump can benefit from these devices. As well, patient’s may have ears that stick out—due to the antihelical fold not developing properly—and make them feel self-conscious. These devices work to adjust the shape of the ears or nose, so they are less prominent. Patients who have suffered trauma or have a congenital disorder can also consider having certain areas treated using otolaryngology devices.
You can use these devices to help reshape the ear, nose, and other areas on the head or neck area.
The device is intended for permanent use; however, if there are unsatisfactory results or any complications, you may need to remove the implant. The device can be removed and reinserted as well.
Discuss the expected results, possible side effects, and contraindications prior to the procedure. Disinfect the device and the area it will be inserted into. Products may come with positioners to show the patient the expected results before inserting the device. Advise your patient that the outcome may differ slightly with the device than with the positioner. Mark the position of the implant. Apply a local anesthetic and allow it to take effect. Make the incision and create a tunnel using curved, blunt-tipped scissors or an instrument that will create the same effect. Insert device into tunnel. Be sure to read the product pamphlet for detailed use instructions.
These devices may not be suitable for patients with a systemic or local infection; those with body dysmorphic disorder or signs of psychological instability; or those with impaired healing, such as diabetic patients or smokers.
Refer to the product pamphlet for a complete list of side effects and contraindications.
Unlike invasive surgery, which can take 2 hours or more, the device can take up to only 20 minutes to apply.
Otolaryngologists are specialists who evaluate, diagnose, and manage medical conditions of the head and neck. These surgical specialists are often referred to as ENT (eyes, nose, and throat) doctors.
Otolaryngology devices are often partially or fully implantable. This can include implantable devices for ears such as Cochlear implants and Earfold, neck, and the nose.
Earfold Implantable Clip System is a popular device made of nitinol and coated in 24-carat gold. The device adjusts the shape and position of the ear. See Earfold product description here