Head & Neck Minimal Access & Robotic Services KDAH Indore

Head & Neck Minimal Access & Robotic Services KDAH Indore

Traditional head and surgeries are used for the treatment of a wide range of disorders involving the organs within the head and neck. The most common indication for such surgeries is the removal of tumours and malignant tissues. However, thyroid issues and sinus disorders are also the main reasons that necessitate these surgeries. The surgeons at the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Indore are experts in performing minimally invasive surgeries for head and neck disorders. They use advanced equipment and technology to minimise the complications that are associated with traditional surgeries.

Conventional approaches to surgeries of the head and neck region can cause disfigurement and scarring. Open surgeries are also associated with increased risks and potential complications. With robotic-assisted head and neck surgeries, both the risks associated with the surgery and potential disfigurement are reduced. During these minimally invasive procedures, surgeons use techniques that require only a few tiny incisions. The surgeon needs to be very precise with his technique while performing these procedures.

When conservative treatments like medications and non-surgical approaches are not useful or effective, surgery is recommended for the treatment of conditions affecting the head and neck. Risks of traditional surgery can include scarring, pain, and longer recovery times and hospital stays.

For complex or common conditions, robotic-assisted surgery may be the least invasive and most effective choice. Our surgeons use high-end head & neck minimal access & robotic services to perform many head and neck procedures like radical tonsillectomy, supraglottic laryngectomy and base of tongue resection.

Unlike open surgeries, minimally invasive surgeries of the head and neck use small incisions to introduce small wire-like instruments that enable the surgeon to visualise and work directly in the target area.

These wires are referred to as catheters and they can be fitted with a number of instruments ranging from lasers to cameras. With this advanced surgical technology, doctors can visualise the tissues at a microscopic level and work on the body with the kind of precision that improves the outcomes to a great extent. The latest robotic technology comes with high-definition 3D vision and the magnified view provides even better enhancement to the capabilities of a surgeon. The doctor’s ability to visualise and make precise and tiny movements while performing surgeries of the head and the neck are greatly enhanced by robot-assisted surgery.

Risks of minimally invasive head and neck surgery

Some risk is associated with every surgical procedure. Infection, bleeding, and complications with medications and anaesthesia are potential complications that every healthcare provider needs to consider prior to the operation. These risks are minimised by minimally invasive head and neck surgeries.

Benefits of minimally invasive head and neck surgery

For surgeons, robotic surgeries offer greater precision and control than traditional methods. The benefits for the patients may include:

  • Fewer complications
  • Faster return to normal speech and swallowing
  • No tracheotomy
  • Preservation of the larynx
  • Significantly reduced blood loss
  • No visible scarring or disfigurement
  • Reduced or eliminated need for chemoradiation therapy
  • Shorter hospital stays and recovery times
  • Reduced risk of larynx nerve damage

Your doctor will determine the best surgical options for your condition after considering all the relevant factors.

Like for most surgical procedures, a numbing agent or an anaesthetic is used to decrease the pain and movement during the procedure. Unlike open surgeries, which involve larger incisions, minimally invasive techniques depend on tiny instruments and cameras that are introduced into the body.

Minimally invasive techniques are especially helpful in head and neck surgery, where organs tend to be more delicate and smaller in size. The advanced robotic technology camera allows our surgeons to remove the affected tissue while preserving healthy tissue and normal functions of breathing, voice and swallowing.

Even until recently, those with complex head and neck disorders did not have many options for minimally invasive procedures as treatment. Conventional approaches to head and neck surgeries involve extensive incisions and can result in many complications, including difficulty swallowing, visible scarring, or breathing difficulties post-surgery.

With the advancements in science and technology, removal of the tumours of the head and neck area without inviting big scars is very much possible. Minimal access surgeons give way to better functional outcomes with decreased morbidity rates. With the use of surgical robots, regions that are difficult-to-reach are being accessed, and complex surgeries can be avoided.

Minimal access surgeries include trans-oral robotic surgery, microlaryngoscopic surgery, robotic or scarless thyroidectomy, robotic neck dissection, endoscopic procedures for paranasal, nasal, and base of the skull tumours, and keyhole surgery for parathyroid.

These surgeries are linked to fewer side effects compared to traditional surgical procedures. Their benefits include reduced postoperative pain, shorter hospital stay, minimal risk of postoperative infections, faster recovery periods, and minimal scarring.

If you are looking for the best doctors for ENT treatment in Indore, you can visit Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Indore. Consult the best ENT Department in Indore who has a team of experienced otolaryngologists and who work in collaboration with allied medical professionals. Access the best minimally invasive head and neck surgery doctors in Indore who provide care in accordance with the international standards.

The Department houses robotic surgeons in Indore who are experts in performing minimal access surgeries. With years of experience in the field, they perform surgeries for mild and severe cases in both adult and paediatric groups and are equipped with state-of-the-art technologies.