What is the larynx?

The larynx is a tubular organ, located (roughly) in the middle of the

Its main functions are:

- Facilitate the passage of air that we inhale or exhale from the nose and / or mouth towards the
lungs to breathe.

- Allow the passage of liquids or food from the mouth to the stomach.

- Produce the voice and sounds through the vibration of the vocal cords.

What do we call Wellness?

At the Sabmedic clinic, we seek to treat diseases, as well as improve the quality of
life of our patients. That is why we offer treatment to improve
cosmetic defects on the face and neck.

Contrary to popular belief, improving facial aesthetics is not a single area
treated by plastic surgeons or cosmetic doctors. The otolaryngologist is
trained to master the anatomy and function of any face structure and
neck, making it an ideal candidate for the management of facial aesthetics.

At Sabmedic, we offer treatments to improve appearance and counteract
Effects caused by the passage of time, with harmonious and natural results.
We can help our patients improve the appearance and function of the nose
(Rhinoseptumplastia) or of the ears of adults and children (Otoplasty). Equally,
we have cosmetic treatments such as the application of botulinum toxin (Botox), and
the newest non-invasive treatment for the refinement and rejuvenation of the
skin called HydraFacialTM.

Problems / diseases treated by an Otolaryngologist and Head and Neck Surgeon

What is Otolaryngology?

Otolaryngology is a medical specialty that treats ear problems,
nose or throat.

This includes:

Ear problems:

- Hearing problems
- Ear infections
- Dizziness or vertigo
- Ringing in the ears
- Facial paralysis or inability to move the face

Nose problems:

- Allergies.
- Inability to smell
- Infection of the nose or paranasal sinuses
- Inability to smell

Throat problems:

- Infections in the mouth, throat or tonsils
- Infections in the mouth, throat or tonsils
- Cough

Surgical Resolution Pathologies

- Tumors or lesions in the mouth, throat or neck.
- Reflux of acid in the stomach to the throat.
- Hit or fracture of a bone in the face or nose.
- Cosmetic procedures (Botox, fillers or anti-aging therapy)
- Plastic or reconstructive surgery (eyelids, face lift, nose and face)
- Hoarseness or interruption of breathing when sleeping.