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Best ENT Doctor in Dubai | ENT Surgeon in Dubai Dr Mustafa Kapadia(Best ENT Specialist in Dubai)
Best ENT Doctor in Dubai | ENT Surgeon in Dubai Dr Mustafa Kapadia(Best ENT Specialist in Dubai)

ENT Doctor

in Dubai

Dr. Mustafa Kapadia is a highly skilled and internationally renowned ENT doctor in Dubai. With over 12 years of clinical experience, he is the best ENT doctor in Dubai. He is well-trained and possesses strong know-how in this field. He seeks special interest in Ear and Sinus diseases and is a prominent board-certified ENT surgeon in Dubai. He has affiliations with most of the key professional organizations in Otorhinolaryngology in India and the UAE. His areas of expertise are Endoscopic Ear and Sinus Surgeries. He performs many of his ear surgeries entirely through the ear canal using an endoscope, avoiding any external visible incision or scar.

Best ENT Doctor in Dubai | ENT Surgeon in Dubai Dr Mustafa Kapadia(Best ENT Specialist in Dubai)

ENT Doctor in Dubai

Dr. Mustafa Kapadia is a highly skilled and internationally renowned ENT doctor in Dubai. With over 12+ years of clinical experience, he is the best ENT doctor in Dubai. He is well-trained and possesses strong know-how in this field. He seeks special interest in Ear and Sinus diseases and is a prominent board-certified ENT surgeon in Dubai. He has affiliations with most of the key professional organizations in Otorhinolaryngology in India and the UAE. His areas of expertise are Endoscopic Ear and Sinus Surgeries. He performs many of his ear surgeries entirely through the ear canal using an endoscope, avoiding any external visible incision or scar.

Dr. Mustafa Kapadia currently holds an Executive Board Member position in the International Working Group on Endoscopic Ear Surgery (IWGEES). Dr. Kapadia has been involved in research with numerous medical publications, a many textbook chapter & invited facility at national and international meetings. Most of his research is focused on endoscopic ear surgery and eustachian tuboplasty.

His approach towards solving problems is quite methodical. When it comes to solving the most difficult clinical issues, he is an extremely diligent professional. He ensures that his facilities and methods are always well-equipped and up-to-date on the latest advancements in the domain. Not to mention, he is compassionate, caring and devotes ample time to listen to his patients and understanding their needs.

He always puts his patients first and strives to provide them with the best possible care. He is always available for consultation and is happy to answer any questions his patients may have. Apart from this, he is also well-versed in a wide range of ENT procedures, both emergency and elective.

Overall, he is dedicated and committed to providing innovative and ethical care for his Ear and Sinus patients. So, if you are looking for an Best ENT doctor in Dubai, Dr. Mustafa Kapadia can be your ideal option.

Ear

Conditions

Ear Wax

Ear wax also known as cerumen is a normal secretion
from the glands located within the outer third of the
ear canal. Most often it is moist, brown coloured
sticky waxy substance… Read More

Swimmer's Ear (Outer Ear Infection)

Swimmer’s ear (otitis externa) is a common condition affecting the
outer part of the ear canal which results from an inflammation, often
bacterial and it leads to ear pain, blockage, and ear discharge. It usually
happens when water, sand or dirt gets trapped in the outer ear canal
often in swimmers….readmore

Otitis Media (Middle Ear Infection)
Middle ear infection also known as otitis media is one of the most
common pediatric conditions treated by an ENT doctor. As per the
latest guidelines, 3 out of 5 children will have an ear infection by the
time they are 5 years old. It is more often associated or followed by
cold’s, allergy, or upper respiratory tract infection. Middle ear infection
can happen in adults, but it is not that common as in kids……readmore
Tympanic Membrane Perforation (Ear Drum Hole)
Ear drum is a membranous oval shaped structure which separates
external ear from the middle ear. It is a vital part of healthy hearing,
and it vibrates when struck by the sound waves. These sound vibrations
are then conducted via three ear bones (ear ossicles) to the cochlea
(inner ear). From inner ear sound is travelled via hearing nerve
to the brain…. readmore
Serous Otitis Media
Repeated ear infections are very common in children younger than 6 years
of age. While many of them will outgrow their tendency to get repeated ear
infections by the age of 7, some of them due to immature immune system
and poor function of the eustachian tube are at increased risk of repeated
ear infections and persistence of fluids in the middle ear…. readmore
Cholesteatoma
Cholesteatoma is the skin growth (skin cyst) in the middle ear and
mastoid. There are 2 types of cholesteatoma, “acquired” which occurs due to
repeated ear infections and “congenital” which is present since birth. When
squamous epithelium (skin layer) gets trapped behind the eardrum in the
middle ear or mastoid then there is no where for it to escape as it enlarges
and leads to cholesteatoma…. readmore
Vertigo/ Dizziness
Dizziness is a word that describes a variety of feelings such as
faintness, wooziness, weakness, or unsteadiness. Vertigo is a type
of dizziness that gives the impression that you or your surroundings
are spinning or moving.. readmore
Tinnitus
Tinnitus is a condition in which you hear ringing or other disturbances
in one or both ears. When you have tinnitus, the noise you hear isn’t
generated by external sounds, and most people can’t hear it. Tinnitus
is a frequent affliction. It affects 15% to 20% of the population, with elderly
persons being the most affected.. readmore
Hearing Loss
Hearing loss can affect one or both ears and can range from
minor to severe. Hearing impairment, deafness, or hearing loss
refers to the inability to hear sounds completely or partially.. readmore

Ear wax also known as cerumen is a normal secretion from the glands located within the outer third of the ear canal. Most often it is moist, brown coloured sticky waxy substance…readmore

Swimmer’s ear (otitis externa) is a common condition affecting the outer part of the ear canal which results from an inflammation, often bacterial and it leads to ear pain, blockage, and ear discharge. It usually happens when water, sand or dirt gets trapped in the outer ear canal often in swimmers….readmore

Middle ear infection also known as otitis media is one of the most common paediatric conditions treated by an ENT doctor. As per the latest guidelines, 3 out of 5 children will have an ear infection by the time they are 5 years old. It is more often associated or followed by cold’s, allergy, or upper respiratory tract infection. Middle ear infection can happen in adults, but it is not that common as in kids……readmore

Ear drum is a membranous oval shaped structure which separates external ear from the middle ear. It is a vital part of healthy hearing, and it vibrates when struck by the sound waves. These sound vibrations are then conducted via three ear bones (ear ossicles) to the cochlea (inner ear). From inner ear sound is travelled via hearing nerve to the brain…. readmore

Repeated ear infections are very common in children younger than 6 years of age. While many of them will outgrow their tendency to get repeated ear infections by the age of 7, some of them due to immature immune system and poor function of the eustachian tube are at increased risk of repeated ear infections and persistence of fluids in the middle ear…. readmore

Cholesteatoma is the skin growth (skin cyst) in the middle ear and mastoid. There are 2 types of cholesteatoma, “acquired” which occurs due to repeated ear infections and “congenital” which is present since birth. When squamous epithelium (skin layer) gets trapped behind the eardrum in the middle ear or mastoid then there is no where for it to escape as it enlarges and leads to cholesteatoma…. readmore

Dizziness is a word that describes a variety of feelings such as faintness, wooziness, weakness, or unsteadiness. Vertigo is a type of dizziness that gives the impression that you or your surroundings are spinning or moving.. readmore

Tinnitus is a condition in which you hear ringing or other disturbances in one or both ears. When you have tinnitus, the noise you hear isn’t generated by external sounds, and most people can’t hear it. Tinnitus is a frequent affliction. It affects 15% to 20% of the population, with elderly persons being the most affected.. readmore

Hearing loss can affect one or both ears and can range from minor to severe. Hearing impairment, deafness, or hearing loss refers to the inability to hear sounds completely or partially.. readmore

Nose 

Conditions

Nasal Bleeding (Epistaxis)
The loss of blood from your nose is known as nasal
bleeding (nosebleed). Nasal bleeding (also known
as epistaxis) is rather frequent. 60% of people experience
at least one nosebleed in their lives.. readmore
Deviated Nasal Septum
The nasal septum divides the nose into the right and
left side. It usually sits in the middle and equally separates
the nostrils. However, this is not the case for everyone.
Many people have an uneven or crooked septum, causing
one nasal passage to be bigger than the other… readmore
Allergic Rhinitis

An allergen is a chemical that induces an allergic response despite its
otherwise benign nature. Hay fever, also known as allergic rhinitis,
is an allergic reaction to particular allergens. In seasonal allergic
rhinitis, pollen is the most frequent allergen. These are allergy symptoms
that appear when the seasons change. Allergic rhinitis affects between
10-15% percent of the world’s population.…readmore

Sinusitis
Sinusitis is a very common and significant healthcare problem
characterized by  inflammation or infection of the sino-nasal mucosal lining.
Depending on the symptom duration it could be acute or chronic…readmore
Inferior Turbinate Hypertrophy
The nasal turbinates are long, thin tubes that
assist in warming and moistening the air that enters the nose.
The nasal conchae are another name for turbinates and can
obstruct airflow if they are overly big. Turbinate hypertrophy is
the medical term for this condition.Turbinate hypertrophy is
most often caused by enlargement of the inferior turbinates. Turbinate
hypertrophy can be treated with both over-the-counter medications 
and surgical treatment…readmore
Nasal polyps
Nasal polyps are noncancerous growths on the lining of your nasal passages
or sinuses that are soft and painless. They dangle from the ceiling like teardrops or
grapes. Chronic inflammation causes them, and they are linked to asthma, recurrent
infection, allergies, medication sensitivity, and some immunological diseases…readmore
Fracture Nasal Bone
A broken nose, also known as a nasal fracture, is a break or
split in one of your nose’s bones, most commonly the bone above the
bridge.Contact sports, physical conflicts, falls, and motor vehicle
accidents that result in facial trauma are all common causes of a broken
nose. Swelling and bruises around the nose and the eyes are common
symptoms of a broken nose. It’s possible that your nose is crooked, and
you’re having difficulties breathing….readmore
CSF Rhinorrhea (CSF Leak)
Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) is a clear, colorless, protective fluid that
bathes the brain and spinal cord, cushioning them from damage. CSF
rhinorrhea is an uncommon condition, this condition arises as a result
of thinning or attenuation of the bone which separates the brain from
the sinonasal cavity.  CSF leaks into the sinuses when there is a breach
in the bone and dura and patients experience clear watery nasal discharge
from the affected side only….readmore

The loss of blood from your nose is known as nasal bleeding (nosebleed). Nasal bleeding (also known as epistaxis) is rather frequent. 60% of people experience at least one nosebleed in their lives.. readmore

The nasal septum divides the nose into the right and left side. It usually sits in the middle and equally separates the nostrils. However, this is not the case for everyone. Many people have an uneven or crooked septum, causing one nasal passage to be bigger than the other… readmore

An allergen is a chemical that induces an allergic response despite its otherwise benign nature. Hay fever, also known as allergic rhinitis, is an allergic reaction to particular allergens. In seasonal allergic rhinitis, pollen is the most frequent allergen. These are allergy symptoms that appear when the seasons change. Allergic rhinitis affects between 10-15% percent of the world’s population.…readmore

Sinusitis is a very common and significant healthcare problem characterized by  inflammation or infection of the sino-nasal mucosal lining. Depending on the symptom duration it could be acute or chronic…readmore

The nasal turbinates are long, thin tubes that assist in warming and moistening the air that enters the nose. The nasal conchae are another name for turbinates and can obstruct airflow if they are overly big. Turbinate hypertrophy is the medical term for this condition.Turbinate hypertrophy is most often caused by enlargement of the inferior turbinates. Turbinate hypertrophy can be treated with both over-the-counter medications  and surgical treatment…readmore

Nasal polyps are noncancerous growths on the lining of your nasal passages or sinuses that are soft and painless. They dangle from the ceiling like teardrops or grapes. Chronic inflammation causes them, and they are linked to asthma, recurrent infection, allergies, medication sensitivity, and some immunological diseases…readmore

A broken nose, also known as a nasal fracture, is a break or split in one of your nose’s bones, most commonly the bone above the bridge.Contact sports, physical conflicts, falls, and motor vehicle accidents that result in facial trauma are all common causes of a broken nose. Swelling and bruises around the nose and the eyes are common symptoms of a broken nose. It’s possible that your nose is crooked, and you’re having difficulties breathing….readmore

Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) is a clear, colorless, protective fluid that bathes the brain and spinal cord, cushioning them from damage. CSF rhinorrhea is an uncommon condition, this condition arises as a result of thinning or attenuation of the bone which separates the brain from the sinonasal cavity.  CSF leaks into the sinuses when there is a breach in the bone and dura and patients experience clear watery nasal discharge
from the affected side only….readmore

ENT

Procedures

Tonsillectomy

The surgical procedure to remove both the palatine
tonsils, two oval-shaped lymphoid tissue masses at the
back of the throat, is known as a tonsillectomy. read more

Adenoidectomy

Adenoidectomy is a surgical operation to remove  hypertrophied
or enlarged adenoids. This procedure is most commonly done in
children... readmore

Myringotomy

myringotomy is a surgical operation in which a small incision
is taken on the eardrum, and hollow tubes called grommets are
surgically placed into the eardrum. Typically, grommets are made
up of plastic or silicone.

Septoplasty
Septoplasty surgery is used to repair a deviated nasal septum. The nasal
septum is made up of bone and cartilage and separates the right and left
sides of the nasal cavity.
Tympanoplasty
Tympanoplasty is a surgical technique that involves repairing or reconstructing
a perforated tympanic membrane (eardrum) with or without middle ear ossicles
restoration.
FESS
FESS (Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery) is an
endoscopic surgical treatment that improves sinus and
nasal airflow by removing problematic tissues and bone
from the paranasal sinus drainage pathways.
Stapedotomy
Stapedotomy is a surgical technique that involves replacing
the middle ear’s innermost bone (stapes) with a prosthetic.
This treatment is used to help otosclerotic individuals with
increasing hearing loss caused by spongy bone hardening
around the base of the stapes.
Thyroidectomy
Thyroidectomy is a surgical process that involves the
removal of all or part of the thyroid gland. A butterfly-shaped
gland positioned at the bottom of the neck is a Thyroid in front
of the trachea. Hormones that control every element of your
metabolism, from heart rate to calorie-burn rate, are secreted by
the thyroid gland.
Microlaryngoscopy
Microlaryngoscopy is a surgical technique that exposes
the vocal folds using a surgical device called a laryngoscope
inserted via the mouth. The vocal folds are examined under
a microscope in great detail.

The surgical procedure to remove both the palatine tonsils, two oval-shaped lymphoid tissue masses at the back of the throat, is known as a tonsillectomy.

Adenoidectomy is a surgical operation to remove  hypertrophied or enlarged adenoids. This procedure is most commonly done in children. 

myringotomy is a surgical operation in which a small incision is taken on the eardrum, and hollow tubes called grommets are surgically placed into the eardrum. Typically, grommets are made up of plastic or silicone.

Septoplasty surgery is used to repair a deviated nasal septum. The nasal septum is made up of bone and cartilage and separates the right and left sides of the nasal cavity.

Tympanoplasty is a surgical technique that involves repairing or reconstructing a perforated tympanic membrane (eardrum) with or without middle ear ossicles restoration.  

FESS (Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery) is an endoscopic surgical treatment that improves sinus and nasal airflow by removing problematic tissues and bone from the paranasal sinus drainage pathways.

Stapedotomy is a surgical technique that involves replacing the middle ear’s innermost bone (stapes) with a prosthetic. This treatment is used to help otosclerotic individuals with increasing hearing loss caused by spongy bone hardening around the base of the stapes.

Thyroidectomy is a surgical process that involves the removal of all or part of the thyroid gland. A butterfly-shaped gland positioned at the bottom of the neck is a Thyroid in front of the trachea. Hormones that control every element of your metabolism, from heart rate to calorie-burn rate, are secreted by the thyroid gland.

Microlaryngoscopy is a surgical technique that exposes the vocal folds using a surgical device called a laryngoscope inserted via the mouth. The vocal folds are examined under a microscope in great detail.

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