An Essex-based ENT surgeon with a specialist interest in facial cosmetic surgery, including rhinoplasty and the correction of protruding ears (pinnaplasty).
Mr Paul Chatrath
is Consultant ENT Surgeon at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals. He offers private facial cosmetic surgery at four independent hospitals in Essex:
- Spire Hartswood Hospital, Brentwood
- Spire Roding Hospital, Redbridge
- Nuffield Health Brentwood
- Holly House Hospital, Buckhurst Hill
An experienced facial cosmetic surgeon in Essex
Mr Chatrath graduated from Cambridge University and The London Hospital Medical College with distinctions in three subjects and Proxime Accessit to the University of London Gold Medal. He completed his specialist training in ENT surgery in London and was appointed Consultant ENT Surgeon to Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals, based at Queen's Hospital, Romford and King George's Hospital, Ilford, in 2008.
In addition to managing and treating all general ENT conditions, both in his NHS and private practices, Mr Chatrath is an experienced and skilled facial plastic surgeon. A member of the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery, he provides both surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures to enhance or correct facial features, always individually tailoring procedures to the requirements and facial proportions of the patient to provide a balanced and natural-looking result.
Facial cosmetic procedures offered by Mr Paul Chatrath
Mr Chatrath provides a range of facial plastic surgery and non-surgical treatments for the face, including:
- Nose reshaping (rhinoplasty)
- Correction of prominent ears (pinnaplasty)
- Ear lobe surgery
- Surgical removal of facial cysts, skin tags, warts, moles and blemishes
- Treatment of unsightly scars on the face and neck
- Chemical peels for facial rejuvenation
- Dermal fillers, including Restylane and Juvederm
Expert rhinoplasty in Essex
As a specialist in nasal surgery, Mr Chatrath is able to offer expert advice and cosmetic surgery for the full range of problems that people may experience concerning the appearance and function of their nose. These include a nose that is too wide or too narrow, a crooked nose, a bump on the bridge of the nose, problems with the tip of the nose, and difficulties with breathing. He provides a professional, sympathetic and discreet service, carefully listening to each patient's individual concerns and expectations, whilst aiming to ensure that the end result closely matches the overall proportions of the face, and in no way looks artificial.
Incision-less ear pinning
Sticking-out or prominent ears can be a source of great anxiety, particularly in children, who may experience teasing at school. Mr Chatrath offers a range of surgical techniques to position the ears nearer to the side of the head, improving overall appearance and boosting self-esteem, including incision-less pinnaplasty. Performed under local anaesthetic, carefully placed sutures are inserted into the ear cartilage by means of tiny needles, holding the ear in the desired position. As no external incisions are made, there is no need to wear a head bandage postoperatively and there is no scarring. The technique is not suitable for all cases, however, and Mr Chatrath is able to provide his expert opinion on which type of pinnaplasty would be most suitable in each individual case.
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