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Treatments for Nose Problems

Mr Hughes, as an ENT doctor, manages adult and paediatric sinus and nose problems in London, including:

• Blocked nose

• Nasal discharge

• Catarrh/phlegm

• disorders of smell (and taste)

• Nosebleeds (epistaxis)

• Nasal infection

• Facial pain

• Sinusitis (acute and chronic)

• Headaches

• Post-nasal drip

• Rhinitis

• Allergic rhinitis (hayfever)

• Vasomotor rhinitis

• Allergies

• Nasal polyps

• Deviated nasal septum

• Balloon sinuplasty

• Turbinoplasty

• Septorhinoplasty

He has access to advanced diagnostics for sinonasal imaging and allergy testing.

If you think you might have nose or sinus problems, get in touch with our ENT specialist in London to book a consultation. Call 020 3897 0667, visit our contact page or email by secretary.jonathanhughes@kmsprofessionals.co.uk 


What problems can develop in the sinuses?

One of the main problems with the sinuses is the potential for sinus infection, which can cause congestion in the nose, headaches, blocked ears, cough, post-nasal drip and a feeling of pressure.

Nasal growths can also occur. These are swellings of the inside passages. They can eventually lead to problems with smell and even breathing difficulties. Signs can be similar to that of sinus infection, but can also include facial pain, affected smell or taste, and sleep problems, such as sleep apnea.

How can Jonathan Hughes ENT treat my sinus problems?

There’s lots we can do to help. First and foremost, we can carry out sinus surgery. Although it sounds invasive, it’s actually a minimally-invasive procedure which can help target growths (like polyps) and open up the pathways to help with breathing and airflow. Sinus surgery is ideal for those with repeat sinus infections.

What does sinus surgery involve?

It’s a way to help clear any blockages in these cavities to help open up the sinuses. It’s usually recommended for those with frequent sinus infections, or who have an unusual structure to their sinuses. People with growths in the sinuses may also benefit. Treatment is usually straight-forward and may involve removing tiny pieces of bone, tissue, membranes or even growths.

How can I treat my snoring?

There are lots of solutions for snoring, both at-home and in our practice.

Surgically, anti-snoring treatment can involve operating on the throat region, to adjust the tissues in the area and see if this makes an improvement to the airways. Alternatively, surgery could help stiffen your palate (which is sometimes behind the vibration that causes the snoring sound).