Is it a major operation? Is there an ideal age for surgery? How can I refer my child for ear pinning surgery? And how much does it cost? We put your most common questions about ear pinning surgery to Mr Paul Chatrath , a distinguished London ear, nose and throat surgeon, specialising in rhinology and facial plastic surgery.
Professor Martin Anthony Birchall, renowned otolaryngologist, tells us more about subglottic and tracheal stenosis, a very rare condition that can prevent airflow to the lungs, making it hard to breathe.
Considering a nose job? There's a new tool used to reshape the nose, which is called Piezotome. We've asked leading ENT specialist Mr Florian Bast to explain how it works in compared to the traditional tools such as chisels and hammers.
BPPV is one of the common types of vertigo, an ear condition that causes the false sensation of spinning and feelings of giddiness. Our ear specialist Professor Owen Judd explains more about the disorder, how it's diagnosed and the treatment options.
Is there anything you can do yourself to treat Ménière’s disease? What are the options when it comes to medication? When is surgery necessary? We spoke with Professor Owen Judd, highly-trained consultant ENT surgeon with a special interest in neurotology.
When it comes to removing the tonsils, most of us are unaware that there is more than one option. Expert ENT surgeon Mr Sam Khemani is here to explain the pros and cons of intracapsular tonsillectomy and how it differs from the traditional extracapsular procedure.
Otosclerosis is where a small bone in the middle ear becomes stuck in place as a result of bone tissue growing around it, where it shouldn't be. This can, unfortunately, lead to hearing loss and is common in young adults. Our top ENT specialist Professor Simon Lloyd explains how the condition can be treated.
A deviated septum is where the middle part of your nose – which divides your nostrils – is slightly to one side. Up to 60-70% of us could be affected by nasal septum deviation – so when does it need treatment? We spoke to leading London-based ENT surgeon, Mr Abbad Toma...Deviated septum: when it needs treatment
There are many things that can affect our ears and our hearing, but some are potentially more damaging than others. Cholesteatoma is a type of cyst, which, while not cancerous, has the potential to cause serious health problems. Leading ENT surgeon Mr Michael Pringle is here to explain.