Preparing for Surgery
It’s important to follow pre-surgery instructions so your child or teen can be as safe as possible during their procedure. Get pre-surgery instructions and tips on preparing for your child’s procedure.
Sinus Infections, and When to Consider Surgery
If your child is suffering from chronic sinus infections, surgery might be the best choice. Here’s what to expect from endoscopic sinus surgery.
Does My Kid Need Ear Tubes?
One of the most common pediatric surgeries, ear tubes may be right for kids who have had many ear infections or some hearing-related conditions.
Adenoidectomies: What You Need to Know
Find all the answers to your questions from our team of specialized pediatric ENTs (except the question of what flavor ice cream the recovering patient will want).
Is Ear Tube Surgery Safe?
Our pediatric ENTs perform more than 6,000 ear tube surgeries each year. Learn about the ins and outs of this routine operation.
Does My Child Need a Tonsillectomy?
Learn the signs to look for from our team of pediatric ear, nose and throat experts.
Why Your Kid May Be Snoring at Night
If your child snores at night, it may be sleep apnea—a condition we know how to diagnose and treat.
Spine Surgery: What to Expect
We know the prospect of spinal surgery may feel daunting. Children’s is here to help you plan for surgery day and the weeks after as your child heals.
When it comes to your child, where you take them matters.
We know surgery may seem scary, but you can rest assured in bringing your child to Children’s: one of the largest pediatric clinical care providers in the U.S. and home to one of the top pediatric surgery programs in Georgia.GET READY FOR SURGERY
This content is general information and is not specific medical advice. Always consult with a doctor or healthcare provider if you have any questions or concerns about the health of a child. In case of an urgent concern or emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department right away. Some physicians and affiliated healthcare professionals on the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta team are independent providers and are not our employees.