Dr. Shalabh Sharma is the Director of the ENT & Dental Centre at Vasant Vihar, New Delhi. He is a Senior Consultant & Surgeon in the Department of ENT – Head and Neck Surgery at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital (SGRH) since 1999. SGRH is a 700 bedded Tertiary Care Hospital in Central Delhi and acknowledged as one of the best hospitals in India. He is also a Visiting Consultant Surgeon at Royal Bahrain Hospital, Bahrain. He has been practicing as an ENT surgeon since the past 25 years. His clinic offers state of the art facilities in a warm and relaxed environment. He is committed to providing high quality ENT care to his patients and bring to India the latest ENT treatment modalities available across the world. He brings with him years of clinical experience and surgical expertise.
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I have been visiting Dr Shalabh Sharma at his clinic for last many years & have been treated very effectively for my ENT complaints. Dr Sharma listens to his patients patiently and is very professional in his approach to recommending treatment. Without hesitation, I recommend him to my family, friends and colleagues also.
Hearing loss can be diagnosed within a few days of birth. Tests such as BERA, ASSR, Impedance audiometry, OAE and BOA (behavioural observation audiometry) can all be carried out and a complete diagnosis made.
Inflammation of the lining(mucosa) of the nose and sinuses can cause swelling of the lining. When there is a lot of swelling, polyps are formed. These are bags of soft flesh and look like small white grape like structures.
Sinusitis is an inflammation of the lining of one or more of your sinuses usually caused by a bacterial infection. The nasal membranes become swollen and can cause a blockage of openings between sinuses and the nose.
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