Adenoidectomy is a common surgical procedure that removes enlarged adenoids particularly if they obstruct breathing and cause chronic earaches. The procedure is commonly performed on paediatric patients under general anaesthesia. It is a well-tolerated operation, and complications are very rare.
Indonesians, whose children require the procedure, would understandably want to be assured of exceptional outcomes. For these patients, travelling to Thailand, Malaysia, or Singapore is highly recommended. These Southeast Asian countries offer cutting-edge medical facilities, modern technologies, and advanced surgical expertise that are on par with international medical standards.
Adenoidectomy is performed by an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) surgeon. Some of the best ENT surgeons in the world are in Southeast Asia with many of them educated and trained at prestigious medical institutions in the West including Europe and the United States. Many of them also have decades of experience with impressive track record in performing the procedure with minimal to zero complications.
Due to the growing popularity of medical tourism in the region, travelling with your child from Indonesia to other Southeast Asian countries for quality healthcare has been made hassle-free. Many medical facilities that cater to medical tourists offer complimentary services to help you in booking the appointment and gathering information about prospective surgeons to help you make well-informed decisions. They also help you book your flight and choose the most convenient accommodation. Most also employ Bahasa Indonesia translators for improved patient understanding.