Adenoids are part of a group of lymphoid tissues (like the glands in your neck or your tonsils) that help to fight of infection from germs that are breathed in or swallowed.
If your GP has diagnosed a hearing problem you will be referred for a hearing test and hearing aid fitting if needed. Our Audiological experts can quickly assess your needs and fit you with an the right hearing aid for you.
If you have chronic (constant) sinus infections your consultant may recommend antral washout.
Aural toilet uses a thin metal/plastic instrument with a small hoop at one end to gently scrape out the earwax.
Balloon sinuplasty is a safe and minimally invasive procedure used by surgeons to treat chronic sinusitis. Doctors thread a guide wire equipped with a tiny balloon into the nostrils and up to the area of blockage.
The wall that separates the two sides of your nostrils is called the nasal septum. Ideally this separation on the right and left are the same.
The sinuses are air-filled spaces at the front of the skull that are connected to the inside of your nose. Sinusitis is an infection of the mucous membrane that lines the sinuses.
Frenotomy is a quick procedure to treat tongue-tie, caused by a short frenulum tissue.
Functional endoscopic sinus surgery widens the passage between the sinus and the nose so that mucus can not get trapped.
Glue ear is a common condition where fluid collects in the middle ear behind the eardrum.
Your mastoid bone is located just behind your ear, a damaged mastoid may be repaired surgically.
If you have chronic (persistent) middle ear infections your consultant may recommend surgery.
Your submandibular glands are the salivary glands located under your jaw bone. They produce saliva (spit) that drains through an opening under your tongue at the front of your mouth.
The tonsils are part of a group of lymphoid tissues (glands in your neck) that help to fight off infection from germs that are breathed in or swallowed. Tonsillitis happens if the tonsils become infected.
Sometimes the inferior turbinates enlarge resulting in permanent blockage of your nose. If conservative treatments are unsuccessful, your consultant may recommend a turbinectomy.