Coblation Surgeries

Coblation Surgeries

  • Coblation is a new surgical technology, which stands for controlled ablation, involves radiofrequency at a low temperature and uses a saline solution to gently and precisely remove the tissues. It causes minimal thermal damage to the adjoining tissues thereby causing less post-operative pain and early recovery. 
  • Routinely used in: 
  1. Adenoids and Tonsils Surgery, 
  2. Snoring surgeries such as Tongue base reduction, 
  3. Tongue channeling, 
  4. Uvulo palato pharyngoplasty (UPPP), 
  5. Cordectomy, 
  6. Removal of benign lesions of larynx including papilloma, 
  7. Kashima’s procedure for bilateral abductor paralysis, 
  8. Nasal Turbinate Reduction
  9. Nasal Tumors.
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