Nasal endoscopy offers our ENT surgeon a reliable, visual view of the sinus drainage passages. A rigid endoscope is placed to view the nasal cavity. The procedure is used to visualize signs of nasal obstruction as well as detect nasal polyps hidden from routine nasal examination. During the endoscopic exam, the physician also looks for pus as well as polyp formation and other causes for recurrent sinusitis.
Why does an ear, nose, and throat specialist perform nasal endoscopy?
What are some of the suggested foods for after surgery?
Applesauce, Sherbert, Yogurt, Ice Cream, Jello, Milk Shake, Soup, Pudding
What are some symptoms that would require me or my child to have an ENT evaluation?
- Swelling of the tonsils
- Recurrent sore throat
- Uncomfortable or painful swallowing
- Recurrent ear infections
- Snoring in children
- Recurrent sinus infections
- Recurrent nosebleeds
- Hearing loss
- Broken Nose
- Facial pressure, fullness, congestion or pain
- Nasal congestion
What will be my portion of my surgery?
Your portion of each bill will depend on your insurance plan, your deductible amount, how much of your deductible is left to be met for the year and your coinsurance amount.
You will have 3 separate bills from surgery:
- The Physician
- The Facility
- Anesthesia Services
Do you give discounts?
Just call the Business Office @ 601-709-7707 when you receive your first statement to discuss your account.
What different facilities do your physicians use for surgery?
River Oaks Hospital and you can reach them @ 601-932-1030
Surgicare of Jackson and you can reach them @ 601-362-8700
What anesthesia group do your physicians use for surgery?
We use Jackson Anesthesia Associates and you can reach them @ 601-969-1171.
Can I set up a payment plan?
Yes, we can allow you to pay your balance off in three monthly payments (90 days) in our office. Just call the Business Office at 601-709-7707 to set it up. If you need longer than that, then you can apply for Care Credit Financing @ www.carecredit.com for a no interest payment plan for up to 18 months.
What is an office scope?
Please see the procedure page and review the nasal endoscopy and laryngoscopy.
What is an Otolaryngologist?
Physicians trained in the medical and surgical management and treatment of patients with diseases, disorders of the ear, nose, throat (ENT), and related structures of the head and neck.