Otorhinolaryngologist reception


The basis for diagnosing ear-, nose- and throat conditions is the examination of the patient’s oral and nasal cavities, throat, external auditory canal and inner ear.

In the case of severe and chronic inflammatory disorders the microbiological analyses will be taken if necessary.

Ear-, nose- and throat conditions may often be linked to the conditions of teeth or temporomandibular joint. Since we locate at the same building with dentists, we will quickly direct the patient to the appointment of necessary specialist.

Breathing through a nose is an prerequisite for a normal development of the anatomy of facial skeleton and a formation of age appropriate sleep patterns. Our ENT doctors have completed many trainings and courses of sleep and other relatable medicine specialities.

For treatment of ear-, nose-, throat conditions, we offer conservative and surgical methods.

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Patients with the following problems are welcome to visit the ear-nose-throat doctor:

  • Tonsil hypertrophy
  • Chronic tonsillitis
  • Vasomotor and allergic rhinitis
  • Chronic nose, nasopharyngeal, and coryza or rhinitis, nasopharyngitis, and pharyngitis
  • Chronic larynx and larynx-trachea inflammation or laryngitis and laryngotracheitis
  • Rhinosinusitis or sinusitis
  • Frequent nosebleeds
  • Nasal breathing obstruction
  • Tympanum and outer ear inflammations
  • Sleep-related breathing disorders (snoring, interrupted night time breathing)

The following surgeries are performed:

  • Adenoidectomy
  • Tonsillectomy
  • Septoplastics
  • Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty
  • Paracentesis and shunt of eardrums
  • Coblation in the nose


An ear-nose-throat disorder examination office with a modern interior is used to examine the patient. Examining and treating ENT disorders takes place in the form of teamwork (surgeon, nurse, and anaesthetist). Surgical treatment is provided in the surgery unit.

Initial Consultation

During the initial consultation, the doctor examines with the patient’s current health status and complications and maps possible symptoms. The doctor shall examine the patient to the required extent and may refer him to tests or appointments with other specialists.

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Repeat visits

In some cases, when agreed upon, the doctor is visited several times, for example:

  • to monitor the condition
  • to explain the test results and give further advice
  • to monitor the effect of the medication/treatment