Laryngotracheal anomalies occur due to narrowing of the airway. This affects the supraglottis, subglottis and/ or glottis. The most common type of anomaly is the subglottic stenosis. These anomalies may either be congenital or acquired. An endoscopic evaluation is done in order to find out if the patient should be subject to laryngotracheal anomalies treatment. The treatment can be done via endoscopy or using surgeries depending upon the patient's symptoms, site of the stenosis and degree of such stenosis. This is to be determined by the respective Otolaryngologist. The most common symptoms of laryngotracheal anomalies are breathlessness which worsens gradually and respiratory sounds. Treatment for laryngotracheal anomalies includes tracheal dilation using bronchoscope, laser surgery, and tracheal resection and reconstruction. General complications of laryngotracheal stenosis surgery include allergic reactions due to anaesthesia, bleeding, blood clot and infections. Following the diet and lifestyle restrictions and notifying the doctor regarding any abnormalities will reduce the occurrence of any complications that may occur due to this surgery. The recovery depends on each individual. One may be asked to stay in the recovery room till the vitals get stable. The recovery is a gradual process and may take several weeks. Respiratory therapy or speech therapy may be prescribed if necessary for fostering complete recovery. This treatment helps in a significant reduction of symptoms due to laryngotracheal anomalies and helps the patient in leading a healthy, active and normal life.