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Ear, nose and throat (ENT) treatments

Our specialist consultants treat ear, nose and throat conditions in children and adults.

Problems with your ears, nose or throat are often painful and complex. Our skilled consultants perform a range of treatments from tonsillectomy or glue ear treatment to more complex procedures like endoscopic sinus surgery.

You'll be cared for by a team of highly experienced specialists that are dedicated to your well being.

Allergy testing

Simple tests to determine if you have any allergic reactions.

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Ear pinning (pinnaplasty)

Surgery to reshape your ears and give you an appearance you’re happy with.

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Grommets insertion (glue ear treatment)

Helps relieve the symptoms of glue ear.

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Nose job or nose reshaping (rhinoplasty)

Changes the way your nose looks for clinical or cosmetic reasons.

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Septoplasty surgery

A procedure to correct damaged or bent cartilage between the nostrils.

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Sinus surgery (functional endoscopic sinus surgery or FESS)

A tube like telescope is used to unblock the sinuses to offer pain relief.

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Thyroid test

Determines if you have an underactive or overactive thyroid.

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Tonsillectomy for adults

Removal of the tonsils, due to persistent tonsillitis.

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Tonsillectomy and adenotonsillectomy for children

Removal of persistently infected or inflamed tonsils or adenoids.

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ENT Services at Spire Thames Valley Hospital

Spire Thames Valley Hospital, Buckinghamshire, offers patients a wide range of treatments for ear, nose, throat and head and neck conditions through its ENT Clinics.

Patients can expect the very best standards of consultant led care and expertise for a full range of ENT conditions in both adults and children.

We treat patients with common ENT problems such as large adenoids, tonsillitis, snoring, blocked nose, neck lumps, glue ears, dizziness, hearing loss, voice problems, thyroid disease, bat ears (pinnaplasty), sinusitis and allergies. You can find out more about these treatments by clicking the links in the panels above.

We are able to offer adult and paediatric hearing tests with our new audiology booth, operated by our audiology specialist Lynette Elliott. Patients wishing to self-pay for hearing tests do not require a referral.

Spire Thames Valley Private Hospital located near Gerrard's Cross offers the highest level of care and our consultants will provide you with all the support and information you need to find the best possible treatment.

ENT Clinics are available at Spire Thames Valley Hospital for both private and NHS patients.

An experienced, expert team

Here at Spire Thames Valley hospital we provide access to specialist consultants, surgeons and nurses dedicated to ear, nose and throat issues.

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Is ENT treatment at Spire for you?

Conditions of the ears, nose and throat can really affect your quality of life and everyday interactions. Whatever your reason for seeking treatment, we are here to help you get back to living your life to the fullest. We practice the latest advanced treatments - such as balloon sinuplasty for chronic sinusitis - and, since 2007, have invested more than £500 million in our 38 modern, well equipped hospitals and in training our medical staff to make sure we’re always delivering the best care we can.


Why choose Spire for your ear, nose or throat treatment?

With Spire, you can see the consultant and specialist you want, when you want, where you want from our network of 38 hospitals and many clinics across the UK. All our consultants are on the specialist register of the General Medical Council and many are also members of the UK’s leading cosmetic and plastic surgery associations. We're proud to have been recognised for achieving excellence in patient care, staff training, nursing practice and healthcare outcomes.

To contact us

For more information or to book an appointment
call 01753 665 404
or click the 'Enquire' button below and complete our online enquiry form.