Myringotomy for middle ear infection
When infections lead to the built-up of fluid, an incision is performed on the ear drum, under local anaesthesia, to relieve the pain and restore normal hearing. Suitable for some adults only.
Excisions of small face, head and neck lesions are performed, under local anaesthesia, in our specially designed and equipped Minor-ops area.
Cautery for nasal bleeding
Special chemical sticks are used to treat areas of bleeding at the front part of the nasal cavity under local anaesthetic.
Once the diagnosis of Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) is made, Epley's and other manoeuvres are used to treat the dizziness with high success rates. Other types of vertigo will require medical treatment after diagnosis.
Nasal bone fractures
Isolated nasal bone fractures can be reduced in office, under local anaesthesia, 7 to 10 days following the facial injury.
Removal of ear wax
Microsuction allows non-traumatic, controlled cleaning of the ear canal from wax and infected debris under microscopic magnification with the use of special ear instruments.
Audiometry & Tympanometry
Audiograms and other middle ear tests are essential part of the ENT examination to evaluate hearing loss. They also assist in the diagnosis of balance problems.
Insertion of ventilation tubes (grommets)
Tympanoplasty (repair of perforated ear drum)
Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)
Sleep apnoea / Snoring surgery
Septoplasty (correction of deviated nasal septum)
Turbinoplasty (reduction of nasal turbinates)
Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (FESS)
Endoscopic Nasal Polypectomy
Parotid gland surgery
Submandibular gland surgery
Endoscopic tear sac surgery (DCR)
Endoscopic Anterior Skull Base and Pituitary Surgery
Laryngectomy and Neck Dissection (cancer treatment)*
Emergency ENT Surgery
* In collaboration with experienced Head and Neck Consultants (UK) and in line with the Multidisciplinary Team discussion