An Essex-based ENT surgeon with a specialist interest in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Mr Paul Chatrath
is Consultant ENT Surgeon at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals. He offers private facial plastic and reconstructive surgery at four independent hospitals in Essex:
- Spire Hartswood Hospital, Brentwood
- Nuffield Health Brentwood
- Holly House Hospital, Buckhurst Hill
- Spire Roding Hospital, Redbridge
Areas covered include: Romford, Brentwood, Chelmsford, Basildon, Epping, Loughton, Sawbridgeworth, Chigwell and Ilford.
An experienced facial plastic surgeon in Essex
Mr Chatrath undertook his medical training at Cambridge University and The London Hospital Medical College, graduating with distinctions in three subjects and Proxime Accessit to the University of London Gold Medal. He completed his specialist otolaryngology and facial plastic surgery training in London, Chicago and Amsterdam before taking up his current position at Queen's Hospital, Romford and King George's Hospital, Ilford, in 2008.
Conditions treated by Mr Paul Chatrath
As a skilled ENT surgeon and member of the European
Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery, Mr Chatrath offers surgical
correction of the full range of defects to the face, eyes, ear and nose, including:
- Facial trauma
- Broken nose
- Nasal septum perforation
- Nose deformity
- Nasal valve collapse
- Facial lesions
- Perforated eardrum
- Facial scarring
- Abnormally large ear lobes
- Split ear lobe
- Hole in the ear lobe
- Protruding ears
Surgical correction of nasal trauma in Essex
Trauma to the nose, including fracture, can result both in a distressing change to appearance and in functional problems, such as breathing difficulties. Mr Chatrath offers expert reconstruction of the appearance of the nose (rhinoplasty), and correction to any damage to the septum, the thin piece of cartilage and bone that separates the nostrils (septoplasty). If necessary, septal surgery can be combined with cosmetic work in a procedure known as septorhinoplasty.
Titanium Breathe Implants for nasal valve collapse
As the narrowest point of the inside of the nose, the nasal valve is crucial to regulating the flow of air through the nose into the lungs. In some people this valve is naturally narrow causing breathing difficulties and a blocked nose, and in others the side walls of the nose may become damaged and weakened, as the result of injury or old age for example, and collapse inwards, narrowing the valve.
Mr Chatrath offers the Titanium Breathe Implant, an innovative new technique to treat people with a blocked nose caused by nasal valve problems. Inserted under general anaesthetic, the small, wafer thin implant is positioned to strengthen the side walls of the nose, keeping the nasal valve open, even during exertion.
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