Professor Hesham Saleh is a highly accomplished, leading London-based consultant rhinologist and facial plastic surgeon who specialises in rhinoplasty, endoscopic sinus surgery, rhinology, anterior skull-base surgery, orbital decompression, as well as lacrimal surgery. He currently practises at the Charing Cross Hospital and the Harley ENT Practice.
The esteemed Professor Saleh successfully completed his FRCS (ENT) in 1995, before going on to obtain a FRCS (ORL-HNS) four years later, in 1999. He notably featured in The Times' top 140 doctors list and was elected in their top 50 surgeons list. He is regularly invited as an international expert in rhinoplasty and rhinology at conferences worldwide and serves as Professor of Practice in Rhinology at Imperial College. He forms an integral part of a myriad of professional bodies including the Royal Society of Medicine, for which he is the past president of the section of Laryngology and Rhinology.
His main research interests include rhinitis, chronic rhinosinusitis, anterior skull-base pathology, as well as nasal deformities. Currently, Professor Saleh is the leading investigator in a large number of prestigious and well-established multicentre trials, where he is responsible for the investigation of olfactory damage and eradication of multidrug resistant bacteria that affect the sinuses.