Ear Nose Throat



HMT St Hughs Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) department can diagnose a variety of symptoms affecting the ear, nose or throat. We work alongside other departments to provide the highest standard of healthcare to our patients.

Our talented, experienced team will listen carefully to your symptoms to identify the problem, ensuring you receive the necessary treatment as soon as possible. For more information on HMT St Hugh’s or to book an appointment, please call our helpful team on 01472 251100.

Please take a look at our various ENT procedures below.

Ear Nose Throat Procedures

Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

Your sinuses are air-filled spaces at the front of your skull, between your eyes and above your upper jaw, that are connected to the inside of your nose.

Grommet Insertion (adult)

Glue ear is a common condition where fluid collects in your middle ear. A grommet allows air to enter your middle ear, preventing fluid build-up.



The adenoids are part of a group of lymphoid tissues that help to fight off infection from germs that are breathed in or swallowed.


A rhinoplasty is a cosmetic operation to improve the appearance of your nose.


The septum is the cartilage and bone inside your nose that divides your nostrils. The septum is usually straight but it can be deviated, causing symptoms of a blocked nose.


A septorhinoplasty is an operation to improve the appearance of your nose and to improve how you breathe through your nose.

Surgery for Cholesteatoma

A cholesteatoma is where a sac of dead skin cells forms in a pocket in your middle ear.

Tonsillectomy (adult)

A tonsillectomy is an operation to remove the tonsils.

Tonsillectomy (child)

A tonsillectomy is an operation to remove the tonsils.



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