5 Best ENT Specialists In Lahore For Nasal Polyps

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Who Are ENT Specialists?

ENT specialists are the ear nose throat specialists. They are the ones who treat every disease related to your ear nose and throat. ENT doctors are also trained to perform surgeries that help us regain our hearing, blocked airways, head and neck issues. ENT is bound to complete 15 years of education and training. It includes 4 year undergraduate program, 4 year medical program, at least 5 years of speciality training and a 1 to 2 year residency program

What Are Nasal Polyps?

Nasal polyps are soft, painless, noncancerous growths on the lining of your nasal passages or sinuses. They hang down like teardrops. They are a result of some chronic inflammation and are associated with issues like asthma, infections, allergies, drug sensitivity or immune disorders.
Nasal polyps which are small, may not cause symptoms. The ones which are big can block your nasal passages or lead to breathing problems, a lost sense of smell and frequent infections.
Nasal polyps can affect anyone, but they’re more common in adults. They can shrink or eliminate through medication but doctors recommend surgery to remove them. After the successful treatment and surgery, they can still return.

What do ENTs’ Treat?


They treat all the conditions related to our ears such as:

  1. Ear infection
  2. Hearing loss
  3. Dizziness
  4. Ringing in the ears (called tinnitus)
  5. Pain in our ears
  6. Neck pain.


Our nose is undoubtedly one of the most vital part of our body. It facilitates breathing by helping to keep out harmful dirt, other allergens and agents. In addition to allergies, ENT specialists treat various other issues like:

  1. Sinusitis
  2. Sinus headaches
  3. Migraines
  4. Nasal obstruction and surgery.


There are disorders that affect our eating, breathing and swallowing too. If we have a sore throat we cant eat. If we experience clogged nose, we can’t breathe consequently our whole day gets upset. ENT specialists help us get rid of them.
The main issues they treat are;

  1. Sore throat
  2. Infections
  3. Throat tumours
  4. Airway and vocal cord disorders.

Head And Neck Thyroid

The head and neck include some of our body’s most vital organs. If they are upset, our whole body can react to it differently. ENTs treat head, neck and throat cancers as well as:

  1. Neck masses
  2. Grave’s disease
  3. Enlarged thyroid glands.


ENT specialists also treat sleep disorders. Such as breathing, snoring and sleep apnea. If our breathing is upset during our sleep, that means our whole sleep routine is upset. Not getting proper sleep can affect our daily activities as well as has a strong impact on how we behave and perform through our day.

Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Sometimes when a injury caused by acident deforms our face, or any other defects which children are born with can also be treated by ENT specialists.
They Can Also Treat:

  1. Cleft palates
  2. Drooping eyelids
  3. Hair fall
  4. Ear deformities
  5. Facial paralysis
  6. Trauma reconstruction
  7. Head and neck cancer reconstruction
  8. Revisions of facial cosmetic surgery.


Multiple children all over the world are born with defects. Some of them are easily treatable but some of them are persistent. These disabilities sometimes develop in a serious form as the age increases. It then requires special attention. ENT specialists treat birth defects related to the head and neck, developmental delays, ear infection, tonsil and adenoid infection, airway problems, asthma and allergy.

1. Dr Shiraz Aslam

Dr Shiraz Aslam is a consultant ENT Surgeon practising at Doctors Hospital. His special areas of interest include nasal polyps, nose plastic surgery, head/neck surgery and endoscopic sinus surgery. He has an experience of 32 years in his field.
He is a graduate of Allama Iqbal Medical College. FACS from American College of Surgeons and FRCS from Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh UK.

He Also Deals With:

  • Endoscopic Sinus Surgeon
  • Treatment For Nose Ailments
  • FESS

2. Dr Ijaz Nazir

Dr Ijaz Nazir is a highly qualified doctor and practices as an Ent Surgeon at Farooq Hospital Lahore, Lahore. He is a specialist in In Nasal Polyps, ENT And Head/Neck Surgery and Endoscopic Sinus Surgery. Dr Ijaz is an MBBS and DLO graduate with over 27 years of working experience.

He Also Treats:

  • Treatment For Nose Ailments
  • FESS

3. Dr Muhammad Awais Amin

Dr Muhammad Awais Amin is one of the qualified ENT in Lahore. He is currently practising as Ent and Head & Neck Surgeon at Services Hospital. Dr Awais is a specialist in Nasal Polyps, Endoscope Finest Surgery, Thyroid Surgery, Cancer Surgery, Ear Surgery, Neck Surgery, Rhymology, Endoscopic Sinus Surgery and Rhinoplasty. He is a BSC, MBBS, FCPS graduate and a diplomat American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine. He has a working experience of 8 years.

4. Dr Sami Mumtaz

Dr Sami Mumtaz is a highly qualified doctor and practices as an Ent Surgeon at Akram Medical Complex, Lahore and National Hospital & Medical Centre, Lahore. He practices on Sunday. He is a specialist in Nasal Polyps, Endoscope Finest Surgery, Nose Plastic Surgery, Thyroid Surgery and Cancer Surgery. Dr Sami is an MBBS, FRCS graduate as ENT by the UK. His work experience is around 25 Years.

He Also Serves:

  • Endoscopic Sinus Surgeon
  • Treatment For Nose Ailments
  • FESS

5. Dr Khurshid Alam

Dr Khurshid Alam is a very competent doctor. He is a specialist In-Ear Surgery, Neck Surgery, ENT And Head/Neck Surgery. Dr Khurshid is an F.R.C.S. ORL (UK). ENT Consultant with over 27 years of working experience.

He Also Treats:

  • Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
  • Treatment For Nose Ailments
  • FESS

All these highly competent and dedicated ENT specialists are on board with us. Their aim is to help as many people as they can. They are available for physical and online consultation both. You can now connect with them by calling at our helpline 03111222398 or by logging on to Marham.pk.

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Javeria Adil Chughtai

Javeria Adil Chughtai

A journalist and a medical researcher by profession, badminton player and photographer by passion. You can call me an artist but No, I can't draw you! 😀

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