Why choose OHNI?
OHNI provides experts in their field whose number one concern is your successful outcome. Both doctors are fellowship trained and board certified. We feel that it is equally as important to remove your parotid tumor as it is to maintain a normal appearance. In an effort to achieve this result, Dr. Osborne and Dr. Hamilton have merged their individual areas of expertise to provide superior results. During your time at OHNI, you will have direct access to Dr. Osborne and Dr. Hamilton at all times both before and after your procedure, not residents or fellows.
Will I have any noticeable scars or dents on my face?
The majority of patients treated have no obvious scars or dents. Our surgeons utilize trademark techniques to ensure the best aesthetic result.
Can my procedure be performed on the weekend or evening?
Yes, your procedure may be performed on the weekend or evenings to accommodate your schedule.
How long will I need to be off work?
Most patients return to their work and normal daily activities within one week after their procedure.
How long will I be in the hospital?
Most patients leave the hospital within 24 hours of their procedure.
Will I be able to eat and talk normally after surgery?
Yes, your procedure will not affect your speech and you may eat normally the day of your procedure. Citrus and sour foods will need to be avoided for approximately two weeks.
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Here are the before and after photos of some of our patients that we provided our services to.
Informative animations that provide interactive explanations of the surgical procedures performed at the Osborne Head and Neck Institute.
» Frey's Syndrome
» Parotid Surgery Problems
» Superficial Lobe Parotidectomy
» Deep Lobe Parotidectomy
» Parotid Sialendoscopy Animation
» Submandibular Sialendoscopy
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Dr. Hamilton and Dr. Osborne
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