Surgery can be used to remove and try to cure laryngeal cancer or to relieve its symptoms (palliative surgery).
The main types of surgery for laryngeal cancer are laser surgery through the mouth, removing the voice box (larynx) and removing lymph nodes.
Laser surgery uses a laser, a thin hot beam of light to remove your cancer.
Read about the different types of surgery to remove the lymph nodes in your neck.
What to expect, what to take in with you, and how to make your hospital visit less stressful.
Find out who you'll meet, the exercises you learn and what happens before you have your surgery.
Read what happens just before you have your surgery, including your anaesthetic.
Find out how you’ll feel after your surgery. Read about follow up appointments.