LONDON ENT AND FACIAL PLASTIC SURGEON

Annakan Navaratnam

Rhinoplasty surgery London

AESTHETICS

Nose Reshaping

The nose is the central feature of the face and an essential component in our perception of self image. A nose that is out of balance with other facial features can have a significant impact on the appearance of the face. Annakan Navaratnam’s surgical approach emphasises enhancing natural features, achieving a balanced and natural appearance by considering size, shape, contours, and definition.

SECONDARY SURGERY

Revision Rhinoplasty

Revision rhinoplasty is a specialised surgical procedure aimed at correcting or improving the results of previous nasal surgery. This operation is generally more complex than a primary rhinoplasty due to the presence of scar tissue, changes in nasal structure, and the need for precise corrections. A skilled and experienced rhinoplasty surgeon with expertise in nasal reconstruction is vital to achieve both a functional and aesthetic improvement.

Revision rhinoplasty surgery

RHINOPLASTY SPECIALIST

Mr Annakan Navaratnam

Annakan Navaratnam is Consultant Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) Surgeon whose private practice is based at One Welbeck Hospital in Central London and The Clementine Churchill Hospital in Harrow. In his NHS practice, he works at Royal National ENT Hospital, University College London Hospital (UCLH) and is an honorary consultant at Great Ormond Street Hospital.

He has a subspeciality interest in rhinology and facial plastic surgery with particular expertise in septorhinoplasty and nose reshaping surgery.

Annakan is excellently placed to manage general adult and paediatric ENT presentations and in particular is able to assess and treat complex problems related to the form and function of the nose. This includes endonasal (scarless) rhinoplasty, revision septorhinoplasty as well as advanced endoscopic sinus surgery.

NEWS

Latest updates and clinic news

Sinus surgery publication

Author of data-driven study providing evidence day case sinus surgery is safe

New research led by the Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) team has supported the safety of performing endoscopic sinus surgery (ESS) as a day case for most patients. The new study – Safety of day-case endoscopic sinus surgery in England,…
Joint lead author on national guidance of learning from clinical negligence claims

Joint lead author on national guidance of learning from clinical negligence claims

The Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) and NHS Resolution best practice guide for clinicians and managers. A recommended structure for learning from clinical negligence claims - to be led by legal teams, supported by clinicians and manage…
paper for outcomes for day care tonsillectomy surgery

Author of paper for outcomes for day care tonsillectomy surgery

Safety of day-case paediatric tonsillectomy in England: an analysis of administrative data for the Getting It Right First Time programme, Anaesthesia. 2022 Mar We used the Hospital Episodes Statistics database to investigate unwarranted variation…

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