Office based surgery

Office based surgery

Many surgical interventions need not be performed in general anesthesia. Painless surgery can be offered as office based endoscopic interventions without sedation (e.g. biopsies, injections, excisions, selective laser surgery and more).

With a state-of-the-art video endoscopy, surgery can be performed at the dental chair and without pain (e.g. sampling, injection). Since the beginning of our phonosurgical activity, we have placed the greatest emphasis on performing procedures on the vocal folds under local anesthesia. Whether removal of tissue, modeling of the vocal folds with implants, laser surgical applications or injections with medications – all procedures possible today are offered at our clinic and also performed in large numbers.
Transnasal laser surgery on awake patient under local anesthesia (removal of laryngeal papillomas).

Special skills and medical competence are the mainstay for a successful surgical outcome – and after many thousands of operations and interventions we stand for highest quality in phonosurgical performance and qualification.

Transnasal laser surgery on awake patient under local anesthesia (removal of laryngeal papillomas).

As a consequence of longstanding expertise we put much effort in training ENT colleagues and surgeons in many of our international courses, workshops and conferences.

Laser Surgery
Office based surgery


  • Ambulatory surgery
  • No sedation required
  • Interventions without overnight stay
  • Biopsies
  • Excisions
  • Debulking of tumors
  • Laser surgery (KTP, blue laser)
  • Combination of surgery with lasers
  • Injections
  • Highest expertise after thousands of operations
  • Gentle vocal fold excisions
  • Safe and effective surgery


  • Avoid general anesthesia
  • Tumors
  • Papilloma
  • Augmentation
  • Recurrent nerve paralysis
  • Dysplasia
  • Enlarged vessels
  • Ectatic capillaries
  • Reinke’s edema
  • Granuloma
  • Leukoplakia
  • Biofilm
  • Scars
  • Sulcus vocalis
  • Dysmorphia
  • Chronic laryngitis