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Mr Charles East - ENT Surgeons
1.01 miles

Mr Charles East Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Mr Charles East Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

39 years of experience
Expert in: Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)

Mr Charles East is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon based in London, UK. He graduated from the University of London, Charing Cross Hospital Medical School in 1980 and was the recipient of the prestigious Hallett Prize by the Royal College of Surgeons of England. His training was completed in ENT at Oxford University College Hospital and the Middlesex Hospital. Following his training he was awarded a research fellowship at the University of Washington Seattle, USA. There he spent 1 year studying Facial Plastic Surgery before returning to the UK.

He has a specialist interest in Nasal and Facial Plastic Surgery as well as Endoscopic minimally invasive sinus and skull base surgery. He is highly experienced in both aesthetic and functional plastic surgery of the nose and an expert in nasal and sinus disease.

Charles is the current UK Vice-President of the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery and the Chairman of Facial Plastic Surgery UK

In his personal time Mr East enjoys playing sport and travelling.

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Mr Joseph Manjaly - ENT Surgeons
1.01 miles

Mr Joseph Manjaly Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Mr Joseph Manjaly Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Recommended by 7 specialists
12 years of experience
Expert in: Hearing loss, Cochlear Implants, Deafness, Ear Wax Removal + 20 more

Mr Joseph Manjaly is a Consultant Otologist, ENT and Auditory Implant Surgeon, appointed at the Royal National ENT Hospital in central London. He specialises in ear/hearing problems for adults and children and regularly receives referrals from other ENT specialists for advanced care of these conditions. 

Whilst Mr Manjaly is fully qualified to treat all types of ENT problems, by choosing to focus solely on ear and hearing surgery he is able to offer specialist assessment and treatment options beyond what is typically available in a standard ENT clinic. His internationally-renowned fellowship training now means that he can offer advanced surgical skills and a full range of hearing rehabilitation options for all types of hearing loss. He also enjoys being able to provide accurate and effective treatment for people with ear discharge, discomfort, tinnitus and dizziness. He also manages problems relating to children's tonsils and adenoids in his regular paediatric clinic.

Mr Manjaly has a very busy tertiary NHS practice at the renowned Royal National ENT Hospital, part of University College London Hospitals. He also provides visiting specialist input to the Microtia & Craniofacial Multidisciplinary team at the Royal Free Hospital, London. His training was on the North Thames ENT High Surgical Training programme, undergoing extensive training in all aspects of ENT surgery at a number of centres, including Great Ormond Street Hospital, Imperial College NHS Trust, London North West University NHS Trust, and the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital.

After being awarded Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons he began to specialise in the area of hearing restoration for adults and children. He was then selected for a prestigious fellowship in Otology and Implant surgery at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust, where he was able to expand his skills in complex ear and hearing surgery. He has held several positions within the Association of Otolaryngologists in Training including acting as a representative on the councils of the British Society of Otology and the Royal Society of Medicine Otology Section. 

Away from the clinic, he is a keen Aston Villa supporter and also performs semi-professionally in a function band at weddings and conferences in the UK.

 

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Professor Vinidh Paleri - ENT Surgeons
1.01 miles

Professor Vinidh Paleri Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Professor Vinidh Paleri Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

19 years of experience
Expert in: Thyroidectomy, Adenoidectomy, Bronchoscopy, Ear wax + 14 more

Vin Paleri was appointed as Consultant Head and Neck Surgeon at The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals in 2005, and as Professor of Head and Neck Surgery at Newcastle University in 2015. In 2017, he took up the post of Consultant Head and Neck Surgeon at The Royal Marsden Hospitals, the world's first cancer hospital famed for its cutting-edge research. He is also Professor of Robotic and Endoscopic Head and Neck Surgery at the Institute of Cancer Research, London.

He is one of the few surgeons in the United Kingdom with expertise in Transoral Robotic Surgery and Transoral Laser Microsurgery for head and neck cancers and has accrued the largest experience in Transoral Robotic Surgery in the UK. He has pioneered a new robotic technique to remove radiorecurrent and radioresidual cancers and is the first surgeon in the UK to perform robotic free flap reconstructions.

His research interests are primarily on the processes of care, decision making and functional outcomes in head and neck oncology. He has published over 170 papers, reviews and book chapters on head and neck oncology. He is the chief

investigator for the NIHR funded TUBE trial and contributes as co-investigator and principal investigator for several other national trials. Currently, he serves as Chairman of the research council for the British Association of Head and Neck Oncologists, and as member of several national bodies. He co-edited the fourth and fifth editions of the UK National Head and Neck Cancer Multidisciplinary Management Guidelines, and the section on "Head and Neck Disease" for the forthcoming 8th edition of Scott-Brown's Otolaryngology, the leading multi-volume multi-author textbook in the specialty in the world. He is an Associate Editor for Head and Neck, the top ranked journal in the field, Senior Reviews Editor for the

Journal of Laryngology and Otology, one of the oldest journals in the field (est. 1887) and serves on the editorial board for several other leading journals in the specialty. 

 

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Mr Mohiemen Anwar - ENT Surgeons
1.01 miles

Mr Mohiemen Anwar Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Mr Mohiemen Anwar Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Recommended by 7 specialists
15 years of experience
Expert in: Adenoidectomy, Broken Nose, Bronchoscopy, Complex congenital disorders + 17 more

Mr Mohiemen Anwar is a London trained ENT surgeon. He has gained his National Training

Number in North Thames deanery back in 2007. He was trained in high calibre

centres like Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children, The Royal Marsden

Hospital, The Royal National Throat Nose and Ear, Charing Cross Hospital, St

Mary’s Hospital, St Bartholomew’s Hospital and The Royal London Hospital. Following

his success in being appointed as a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in

2016, he was awarded the Certificate of Completion of Training in 2017. In

2017, he was successfully appointed as a substantive consultant ENT surgeon at

Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust. He has developed an interest in

Rhinology, sinonasal pathologies and anterior skull base surgery during his

training and dedicated his latter years of training into developing his skills

in the field of rhinology, facial-plastics and anterior skull base surgery. He

has gained a vital experience in both open and endoscopic anterior skull base

surgery during the last year of his training/fellowship working at the

skull-base and advance sinus surgery firm at the Royal London Hospital.

He was appointed as an NHS consultant in London’s Chelsea and Westminster NHS

Foundation Trust in 2017. His NHS work is mainly based at West Middlesex

University Hospital and to a lesser extent Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.

His NHS practice include both adult and paediatric ENT services. Although his

main subspeciality interest is rhinology, allergy, nasal surgery, and

endoscopic sinus surgery, he kept a broad interest in all aspects of ENT

surgery, not least hearing loss, dizziness, tinnitus, voice disorders, throat

discomfort, snoring, sleep disorders, neck lumps and thyroid disorders. Since

his appointment into his current NHS post, he has pushed to develop the ENT

practice at the Trust by introducing new technologies and new procedures to the

department, not least balloon sinoplasty and endoscopic ear surgery. He is also

working on developing a bone anchored hearing aid services at the Trust and a

joint voice clinic.

Mr Anwar lives in west London, married to an Arabic folk singer, has a 3-year-old

daughter and expecting his second child in July 2018. He is a keen tennis

player and has won several junior tennis trophies for his club, school and

university.

 

Research and Academia:

Between the years 2008 and 2011, he had taken time off his training to concentrate on

his research in the field of Molecular Oncology and Immunotherapy at Bart's

Cancer Institute. In 2014, his novel work in combining oncolytic virotherapy

and immunotherapy in the treatment of solid tumours was honoured by Queen

Mary’s University of London with a Doctorate of Philosophy degree (PhD) in the

field of molecular oncology and gene therapy. He has an on-going interest in this

field of research and currently involved in few clinical trials.

Mr Anwar, has published in peer-reviewed journals, and presented in international,

national and local academic meetings.

Community and GP clinics:

At Teddington Memorial Hospital, he runs a weekly outreach ENT clinic, focusing on

delivering a local and accessible ENT services to the local population,

including hearing assessment and hearing aid dispensing. At the same hospital,

he runs a monthly joint GP clinic, whereby two local GPs with specialist

interest in ENT would present him with patients they have reviewed previously

in their corresponding clinics and deemed necessary for a specialist opinion;

without the need for referral to secondary care centres.

Teaching and Training:

He has a specialist interest in training and teaching. Mr Anwar is the main

organiser of Bart's ENT training courses. Since 2007, he has organised 11 FESS

& Rhinoplasty courses, 11 Head and Neck dissection courses and 2 Temporal

bone dissection courses. He has helped set-up Bart's Introduction to ENT course,

aimed at junior trainees interested in joining a career in ENT.

These courses throughout the years have complemented ENT surgeons’ training and have

provided them the certification in order to achieve their competencies. Many of

them are now back to be faculty members of the courses, having been candidates

on these courses previously.

Charity work:

Mr Anwar is passionate about charity and medical aid. In 2016, he spent a month in

Syrian and Palestinian refugee camps in Jordan, whereby he was part of a

massive charity mission in the assessment and the rehabilitation of children

with hearing disability. During that mission, more than 2000 children were

assessed in various camps around Jordan and an excess of 500 hearing aids were dispensed

to those children. Local health authorities were trained to maintain those hearings

aids and a follow up visit is planned in 2018.

 

Please find out more here http://www.anwar-ent.com/

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Miss Sarah Little - ENT Surgeons
1.01 miles

Miss Sarah Little Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Miss Sarah Little Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Recommended by 1 specialist
20 years of experience
Expert in: Deviated septum, Ear Infections, Nasal polyps, Sinus Surgery + 52 more

Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at The Face Surgeons on Wimpole Street. Her NHS practice is at St George's Hospital University Foundation Trust. She is also an honorary senior lecturer at St George's Medical School, University of London.

She is extensively trained in caring for patients with ear, nose and throat disorders, having psent the early part of her training in Scotland, and then laterly in New York and San Diego. Her particular expertise is in nose and sinus disorders and facial plastic surgery including rhinoplasty.

She is able to see the wide range of all ENT disorders in both children and adults and is widely respected for her excellent clinical care and patient-centred approach.

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Mr Anil Joshi - ENT Surgeons
1.01 miles

Mr Anil Joshi Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Mr Anil Joshi Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Recommended by 5 specialists
15 years of experience
Expert in: Septoplasty, Vertigo, Adenoidectomy, Airway Reconstruction + 41 more

Mr Anil Joshi is an Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon currently working at the private practices BMI The Blackheath Hospital and London Bridge Hospital. His current NHS post is Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust. His area of specialism is head and neck oncology and his areas of interest include adenoid/tonsil disorder, tonsillectomy, glue ear, grommets, rhinoplasty, nose job, functional septorhinoplasty, surgery of nasal septum and rhinitis.

Mr Joshi graduated from University of Bangalore in 1998 with Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery degrees. He has qualified in Ear, Nose and Throat specialty with a Master of Science, Diploma in Otolaryngology and Fellowship of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons (ORL-HNS). He has trained at Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospitals in London.

Mr Joshi is also interested in research regarding topics including rhinoplasty, skin cancer reconstruction and otoplasty, he has many publications in many peer reviewed scientific journals. He has received the Healthcare Hero Staff awards – Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust 2017. He also offers courses to GPs utilising his expertise.

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Professor Dae Kim - ENT Surgeons
1.01 miles

Professor Dae Kim Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Professor Dae Kim Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

24 years of experience
Expert in: Thyroid Cancer, Thyroid Problems, Thyroidectomy, Adenoidectomy + 47 more

Professor Dae Kim is a leading consultant ENT and thyroid surgeon based in London. He currently sees patients at Bupa Cromwell Hospital, Parkside Hospital (Wimbledon) and Spire St Anthony’s Hospital (Cheam, Surrey). As a well-trained ENT surgeon, he treats a wide range of ear and hearing problems, as well as nasal and sinus problems. He has special expertise and interest in thyroid cancer and thyroid surgery, as well as complex head and neck problems including neck lumps, cancer, throat problems, and hoarseness.

Professor Kim is based both at the Royal Marsden Hospital and St George's University Teaching Hospital, London. Unusually, he is 'dual-qualified' in both medicine (Edinburgh University) and dentistry (Birmingham University). He subsequently trained at Edinburgh and Cambridge teaching hospitals. In the latter stages, he completed a specialist ENT surgery program within the West Midlands, and an Advanced Fellowship in both head and neck oncology and endocrine surgery.

He has a clinical interest in minimally-invasive 'scarless' robotic and endoscopic thyroid surgery. 
After an an advanced thyroid and parathyroid surgery fellowship at the Toronto General Hospital and the Mount Sinai Hospital, under the tutelage of the world's most renowned surgeons and oncologists, he further trained to perform minimally-invasive 'keyhole' thyroid and parathyroid surgery under the pioneers of this technique; Professors David Terris (USA) and Paulo Miccoli (Italy), In addition, he completed a dedicated 'Robotic and Endoscopic Thyroid Surgery Fellowship' at the prestigious Severance Endoscopic and Robotic Institute (Seoul). He was mentored by the world-famous Professor Chung, who has pioneered the transaxillary 'scarless' robotic and endoscopic thyroidectomy. More recently, Professor Kim aims to develop and offer the latest 'Scarless Trans-oral Thyroid Surgery'. 

Professor Kim is an academic ‘surgeon-scientist’, and after comprehensive research training at Harvard University and Birmingham University (for which he was awarded a PhD doctorate and the prestigious 'Syme Medal' by the Royal College of Surgeons), he continues to undertake an active research program in thyroid cancer/surgery. This includes studies into the role of immunotherapy in aggressive thyroid cancers, circulating DNA as a novel biomarker, qualitative research in surgical outcomes and patient experience. He supervises several MD/PhD research fellows as part of a wider research program at the Institute of Cancer Research, working closely with Dr Kate Newbold and Professor Kevin Harrington. He has been awarded more than £2.5 Million in research funds, and furthermore, he recently was successful in being awarded a major NIHR HTA grant for a multi-center clinical trial in thyroid cancer (Chief Investigator - HoT Trial).

He contributes to several international textbooks in head & neck and thyroid surgery. He is an invited faculty member in several international training courses and surgical societies including the World Thyroid Congress, International Robotic Surgery Symposium and the Asia-Pacific Society Thyroid Surgery. He is currently a Council member of the Royal Society of Medicine (Laryngology & Rhinology), National Institute of Cancer Research (Thyroid group) and advises the National Institute of Clinical Excellence. 

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Mr William Grant - ENT Surgeons
1.01 miles

Mr William Grant Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Mr William Grant Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Recommended by 1 specialist
29 years of experience

Mr William Grant is a Consultant ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) Surgeon. He qualified from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in 1984 and then completed a registrar training program in Dublin. He complete a Masters Degree in Surgery, MCh, in London, before undertaking Senior Registrar Training in the Royal Free and Royal Surrey County Hospitals. 

He was initially appointed to the post of Consultant ENT Surgeon with special interest in both Rhinology and in Head and Neck Surgery to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh in 1996. He returned to London in 2001 to take up a post at Charing Cross Hospital and at Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals in London. As Clinical Lead for ENT, he oversaw the amalgamation of the ENT Departments  at Charing Cross and St Mary's Hospitals to form the Imperial College Hospitals NHS Trust ENT Department in 2009, where he continued in this role until 2011. 

An extremely skilful surgeon, Mr Grant has undergone extensive training in a myriad of ENT procedures. Much of Mr Grant's training was in laser techniques in head and neck surgery at the prestigious Laser Centre of University College London Hospital. In 2001 he was appointed as a Consultant at Charing Cross/Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals, where he continues to practise today. Alongside his strict clinical work, Mr Grant focusses much of his time in research, exploring the specifics of sinus surgery applications and endoscopic anterior skull base surgery.

Mr Grant is very happy to see and advise adult and paediatric patients with any Ear, Nose or Throat or salivary gland disorder. 

He has particular interests in all aspects of nasal and sinus surgery, and in paediatric ENT surgery. Collaborative working with neurosurgical colleagues at Charing Cross has led to the successful development of the endoscopic anterior skull base programme there. At Chelsea and Westminster he undertakes collaborative work with craniofacial plastic and oculoplastic surgery surgical colleagues, and has travelled with the Facing the World Charity group to Vietnam to operate on complex cases there with the team.

For more information please see: grantent.co.uk

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Mr Samuel Jayaraj - ENT Surgeons
1.38 miles

Mr Samuel Jayaraj Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Mr Samuel Jayaraj Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Recommended by 1 specialist
27 years of experience
Expert in: Adenoidectomy, Allergic rhinitis (hayfever), Balloon sinuplasty, Broken Nose + 46 more

Dr Samuel Jayaraj is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at Barts Health NHS Trust and Whipps Cross University Hospital. 

He graduated in 1992 from the University of London and then trained in general surgery and ENT in London, Essex and Herts before he specialised at Charing Cross Hospital, The Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital (RNTNE) and Great Ormond Street Hospital. 

In addition he has undertaken further subspecialty training abroad in Rhinology and Facial Plastic Surgery in Denmark, Switzerland and USA. He also pursued his interest in Otology by working at the House Ear Institute, Los Angeles. 

In 2005 he was appointed at Consultant ENT Surgeon at Whipps Cross University Hospital, becoming the Paediatric ENT Lead Clinician in 2008 and the overall Clinical Lead in ENT in 2010. In 2012 he was appointed as the Clinical Director of ENT at Barts Health (one of the largest ENT departments in the country). 

He has worked in ENT private practice since 2006 and in 2015 he was elected as Chairman of the Medical Advisory Committee at The Holly Private Hospital.

Sam's personal statement:

"Although I have been lauded for my management and training skills, my primary focus has and always will be on providing the highest level care possible to my patients. It is particularly gratifying for me to hear patients describing my consultations as being clear, compassionate and caring and I have immense satisfaction in seeing my patients recover so well after surgery."

He has become the ENT surgeon that local GP’s trust to ask for advice and to take their own children to see.

Dr Jayaraj is a vastly experienced and reputable surgeon who is proficient in general ENT procedures in children and adults and is super specialised in nose and sinus surgery including rhinoplasty.

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Mr Jahangir Ahmed - ENT Surgeons
1.38 miles

Mr Jahangir Ahmed Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Mr Jahangir Ahmed Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Recommended by 3 specialists
19 years of experience
Expert in: Adenoidectomy, Deviated septum, Head and neck cancer surgery, Nasal blockage + 61 more

Mr Ahmed is offering video consultations. 

Clinic and video appointments are flexible and can be tailored to your convenience.

Jahangir (Jay) Ahmed is a highly qualified and respected consultant in ENT, specialising in Head & Neck, Laryngology and Thyroid surgery at Barts-Health and UCLH NHS trusts. 

He was educated at the University of Cambridge and Imperial College School of Medicine, graduating in 2001 with the Gold Medal in Pathology. He also attained an MA in Experimental Psychology from Cambridge. During his higher surgical training he was awarded a PhD in molecular oncology for his work on viral mediated immunotherapy of cancer, conducted at the Barts Cancer Institute.

He completed higher surgical ENT training in London teaching hospitals including The Royal London, St Bartholomew’s, Charing Cross, The Royal National Throat Nose & Ear and Great Ormond Street Hospitals; centers of excellence and academia. He joined the consultant team at Barts-Health in 2017.

Mr Ahmed's specialist interests include the surgical management of neck and face lumps, encompassing benign and malignant head and neck tumours of all subsites including tonsil, tongue base, pharynx, larynx, salivary gland and thyroid.

He has expertise in the surgical management of voice, complex airway and swallowing disorders. He also has a unique interest in the surgical management of obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) refractory to CPAP.

He is skilled in laryngeal microsurgery, transoral laser and robotic surgery and is part of a team that is one of the largest minimally invasive, transoral surgical practices in the UK.

Mr Ahmed runs head and neck “one stop” and "voice" multidisciplinary clinics at Barts Health. There, he also forms part of a dedicated team that is able to offer every modality of treatment for patients suffering with OSA, ranging from CPAP to transoral robotic surgery. Indeed, the team’s latest surgical audit has demonstrated tremendous success with 90% of CPAP dependent OSA patients who had robotic surgery, coming off their CPAP post operatively.

Additionally, he has a high volume advanced endoscopic sinus surgery practice with utilization of image navigation and is therefore in a unique position to be able to offer safe, state of the art surgical treatment from nasal passage to voice box.

Mr Ahmed is currently chairman and lead of the head and neck cancer MDT. He is a founding member of the Robotic users’ group and a core member of the Thyroid MDT at Barts Health.

He has a keen research interest in minimally invasive transoral surgery and molecular treatment of cancers. He holds a clinical lecturer position at Queen Mary University of London. He is widely published in peer reviewed scientific journals and has written numerous book chapters in respected surgical and clinical textbooks. His research and clinical experience are regularly presented at national and international meetings.

Mr Ahmed is passionate about teaching. He holds a PGCert in Medical education. He is education co-lead at Bart’s health; facilitating a training program for North-Thames higher surgical trainees and junior doctors. He is also a member of the faculty in a number of London based instructional training courses in ENT.

His involvement in academia and teaching ensures he keeps abreast of the latest evidence-based treatment protocols and technology in ENT.

Mr Ahmed has gained a reputation for providing the highest quality care to every patient he treats. After establishing a diagnosis, he will individualize medical and surgical therapy with attention to detail. He will be readily accessible throughout a patient's clinical journey and beyond, ensuring as comfortable and reassuring an experience as possible.

Outside of medical work, Mr Ahmed has an interest in reading history, playing table tennis, gym training and partaking in endless debates about the nuances of life with his 8 year old son.

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What is an Ear, Nose, and Throat Surgeon?

Ear, Nose and Throat surgeons specialise in the treatments of disorders relating to hearing, smell and balance.

When to see an ENT Surgeon?

You may wish to contact an ENT surgeon if you experience problems with your ears or inside your nose and throat. Many patients see ENT surgeons due to hearing problems which require surgery. Sometimes nose and throat problems may manifest themselves as problems with breathing and swallowing. Some common conditions that ENT surgeons treat include sinus problems and nose bleeds. Common procedures performed by ENT surgeons include tonsillectomies and operations on adenoids causing snoring and obstruction.

How to find a good ENT doctor?

Users can search for a suitable and highly-rated ENT (ear nose & throat) doctor on Doctify to find the most appropriate practitioner for their needs. You can refer to ratings left by other patients to review the feedback about doctors so you can make an informed choice.

How to book a private ENT appointment?

Doctify allows you to search for private ENT doctors with available appointments through our system. Doctify will show a list of appointments beside each ENT doctor including a range of dates and times so you can choose which appointment is most suitable for you and book directly from Doctify.

How much does it cost to see a private ENT specialist?

The cost of appointments to see a private ENT specialist can vary. It will depend on the type of appointment and what requirements are needed thereafter, such as surgery which will incur an additional cost to the initial consultation. It is best to refer to the specialist you intend on seeing in regards to their pricing schedule as it can vary by each specialist.

What does an ENT surgeon do?

ENT surgeons are specialists that deal with disorders and conditions related to the ears, nose and throat as well as related areas of the head and neck. They diagnose and treat conditions such as various infections of the ears, hearing-related issues and tinnitus, problems that affect the nose, nasal cavity and sinuses, as well as speech, eating and swallowing conditions that affect the throat. ENT surgeons are also trained to treat and manage other head and neck-related conditions including trauma, disease and deformity.

ENT appointment – what to expect?

While each appointment will be individualised to your needs as a patient, most appointments follow a similar layout. The appointment will involve an in-person consultation with your specialist to assess your situation and provide the next course of action as recommended based on the diagnosis. On Doctify you can now find ENT surgeons who also offer video consultations. 

What happens at your first ENT appointment?

During your initial consultation with your ENT specialist, you’ll begin with your ENT doctor taking a detailed history of your condition along with a timeline of when you began experiencing symptoms. From there, they will usually conduct a physical examination to make a diagnosis and provide a roadmap for the next steps which may involve surgery, non-invasive treatments or additional investigation. 

What procedures can you find at an ENT clinic?