NOSE & SINUS
How the nose works
The nose is the organ of smell, and is also a main passageway to the lungs.
The functions of the nose
The functions of the nose and sinuses include:
Surrounding the nose are the bones of the face which contain hollow spaces, the paranasal sinuses. These are air pockets that are located near the nose and eyes, and are connected to the nasal passages by small tubes or channels. Their function is unknown but they may be there to lighten the bones of our skull allowing us to stand upright.
There are four pairs of paranasal sinuses. These are:
The My ENT Specialist doctors are a highly trained group of qualified Ear, Nose and Throat specialists supported by an experienced nursing, allied health and admin team and have expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of all conditions related to the nose and sinuses.