How botulinum toxin plays an important role in the conservative management of TMJ and many other noncosmetic head and neck conditions.
Cleveland Clinic Head & Neck Institute surgeons apply a personalize approach to management of Zenker diverticulum, resulting in better patient outcomes.
Facial plastic surgeons at Cleveland Clinic are performing reliable, leading-edge facial reconstruction with free tissue transfer that results in less morbidity, fewer complications, lower costs and shorter hospital stays.
Cleveland Clinic was first to study the use of surface capillaroscopy to evaluate tongue and sublingual circulation during a microlaryngoscopic procedure, finding it offers guidance on suspension intraoperatively.
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Cleveland Clinic’s Auditory Neurobiology Laboratory is taking aim at understanding the neuronal signatures that define tinnitus and hyperacusis, in the hopes of improving the treatment of these hearing disorders
Shared medical appointments allow clinicians to deliver information to small groups of patients with tinnitus, permitting patients to learn management strategies from a multidisciplinary team as well as fellow patients
Obstructive sleep apnea affects 18 million Americans. Less than half find relief from current therapy options. Cleveland Clinic now offers Inspire® therapy, a new approach which effectively works with the patient’s natural physiology.
A new fibula flap technique that addresses both symmetry and function in total maxillary and orbital reconstruction has been developed by Cleveland Clinic facial plastic and reconstructive surgeons
At least partial preservation of low-frequency acoustic hearing after cochlear implantation is possible for most patients with combined electric and acoustic configuration and periodic audiometric postop evaluation
Fewer than half of patients with obstructive sleep apnea stick with CPAP for 3 years, exposing them to serious sequelae. A new airway-stimulating device, implanted on an outpatient basis, is a tolerable alternative to CPAP