Patrick Byrne, MD, MBA, discusses how the tri-vector gracilis flap procedure is helping patients with facial paralysis have a more natural-looking smile.
Please join our staff as we participate in the following sessions at the Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meetings, May 3-7, 2023.
Two cases — both tremendously different in their level of complexity — illustrate the core principles of nasal reconstruction.
A recent study explored the clinical implications of hypertension on outcomes in head and neck free tissue transfer.
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Natalie Silver, MD, MS, FACS, Cleveland Clinic’s Director, Head and Neck Cancer Research discusses one of her recent projects and the role physician-scientists have in driving medicine forward
A nerve transfer can treat facial paralysis, allow the patient to retain more long-term function and give them more time and flexibility to consider treatment options for the tumor itself.
The Director of Head & Neck Endocrine Surgery at Cleveland Clinic’s Head & Neck Institute discusses how the department is contributing to the future of thyroid cancer care.
The vast majority of selective neuromyectomy patients experience a more natural smile, a more balanced facial expression and they feel more comfortable.