Allergy and Sinus Conditions
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reconstructive facial surgery
reconstructive
facial surgery
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Sleep Disorders
Sleep Disorders
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Hearing Center
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ESOPHAGOSCOPY

  • DIET: Resume your previous diet.
  • ACTIVITY: Resume all activities.
    • Strict voice rest for 3 days. Gentle voice use (no whispering or yelling) for 2 weeks.
  • MEDICATIONS: Discomfort is usually relieved by extra-strength Tylenol. If a stronger medication is prescribed, follow directions CAREFULLY.
  • FOLLOW-UP: Return to the office 1 to 2 weeks after your procedure. Call for an appointment if not already scheduled. Generally, this appointment is made at the time your surgery is scheduled.
  • WORK/SCHOOL: This will be determined after surgery.
  • INFORMATION: Throat and ear discomfort are normal and will resolve over the first 2 weeks after the procedure.
    • Tongue pain, numbness and/or tingling are normal and will resolve over the first 2 weeks after the procedure.
    • Call the doctor for difficulty breathing or eating, or fever over 100.4°F.