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Best ENT Surgeons in Bristol, UK

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Mr Oliver Dale - ENT Surgeons

Mr Oliver Dale Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

The Chesterfield, Bristol, United Kingdom, BS8 1BN - 1.20 miles
Nuffield Health Bristol - 1.20 miles
The Chesterfield, Bristol, United Kingdom, BS8 1BN

Mr Oliver Dale Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Recommended by 2 specialists
14 years of experience
Laryngoscopy, Head and Neck Cancer Surgery, Sinusitis, Deviated Septum + 16 more

www.oliverdalebristolent.co.uk

Mr. Oliver Dale is a Consultant ENT and Thyroid Surgeon in Bristol, with experience in treating a wide range of ear, nose and throat disorders in adults and children. His specialist interests include the treatment of sinus disease and nasal blockage, thyroid and salivary gland disorders, voice and swallowing problems and head and neck (throat) cancer.

Mr. Dale completed his training in ENT surgery in Oxford and Bristol, and was appointed as a consultant at University Hospitals Bristol in 2019. In addition to his clinical practice, Mr. Dale has a strong interest in research and gained a PhD for his work in head and neck cancer in 2016. In 2018, he undertook a Fellowship in advanced head and neck oncology surgery and robotics in Adelaide, Australia.

Mr. Dale is a core member of the Thyroid and Head and Neck multidisciplinary teams at University Hospitals Bristol. He works with colleagues in other specialties including paediatrics and neurosurgery to provide a tertiary referral service for complex cases from across the South West, and understands the importance of multidisciplinary healthcare in the treatment of his patients.

Mr. Dale has won several prestigious awards including the Margaret Witt Scholarship for Clinical Excellence and the Modi Research Fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons.

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Professor Martin Birchall - ENT Surgeons

Professor Martin Birchall Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

The Chesterfield, Bristol, United Kingdom, BS8 1BN - 1.20 miles
Nuffield Health Bristol - 1.20 miles
The Chesterfield, Bristol, United Kingdom, BS8 1BN

Professor Martin Birchall Ear Nose & Throat Surgery

Recommended by 4 specialists
35 years of experience
Airway Reconstruction, Bronchoscopy, Ear Wax Removal, Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (FESS) + 11 more

Professor Birchall is one of the world's leading laryngeal specialists with 150 papers and £2M in laryngeal related grant income every year.
He trained in London, Liverpool and Australia and was Professor in Bristol, Liverpool and now UCL London, as well as having an honorary position at the University of California Davis, where he co-led the team which performed the world's second documented laryngeal and tracheal transplant.

He is one of only four ENT surgeons listed in the Sunday Times 'Top 100 Surgeons' list, 2011, and was Briton of the Year (Science and Technology), 2008.
He leads a cutting-edge research group working on stem cell and transplantation approaches to serious airway disease. He led the groups which performed the world's first stem cell-based organ transplants in an adult (2008) and children (2010-17).
He has published on the effects of reflux on the throat, as well as on many aspects of head and neck disease. In clinic, he uses the latest in imaging technology to view the throat of patients with voice, swallowing and breathing problems. He also sees patients with chronic cough and is an expert in treating pharyngeal pouches, with 75% of my practice being patients referred from other consultants due to the difficult nature of their problems.
He is a highly experienced expert witness available for legal cases involving the head and neck, voice and throat issues.

Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
  • Laryngology
  • Head and neck surgery
  • Pharyngeal Pouch Surgery (Zenkers Diverticulum)
  • Vocal cord paralysis surgery
  • Vocal cord injections
  • Laryngeal reinnervation
  • Transnasal oesophagoscopy

 

  • Voice
  • Swallowing
  • Airway
  • Chronic cough
  • Neck lumps
  • Vocal cord paralysis
  • Pharyngeal pouch (Zenkers diverticulum)
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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?