As a ENT doctor based in London, Mr Jonathan Hughes manages adult and paediatric throat problems, plus swallowing and voice conditions.
This includes sore throat, difficulty swallowing, tonsil problems, feeling of a lump in the throat, throat pain, globus pharyngeus, snoring treatments, breathing difficulties, tonsil crypt debris, tonsillitis, tonsilloliths, base of tongue problems, snoring, sleep disordered breathing, obstructive sleep apnoea, hoarseness, voice strain, dysphonia, acid reflux, laryngopharyngeal reflux, professional voice problems, vocal cord problems, vocal cord nodules, and vocal cord cysts.
Our throat specialist runs the Royal Free London Voice Clinic and offers an identical combined service with Speech and Language Therapists in the private sector. He offers advanced treatments for voice and swallowing using LASER and BOTOX.
In addition to standard tonsillectomy techniques he is trained in COBLATION and LASER tonsil surgery.
If you think you might have throat problems, get in touch with your ENT specialist in London to book a consultation. Call 020 3897 0667, visit our contact page or email by email@example.com
With 18 years of experience as a doctor including 15 years as an ENT specialist, you can ensure that you are in safe hands with Jonathan Hughes. His expert knowledge means he can use some of the latest surgical advancements to carry out your procedure to the highest standard.
A Tonsillectomy is a surgical procedure which involves removing the tonsils, this is to help prevent Tonsillitis. If you have frequently had Tonsillitis, then this could be a reason to consider the treatment. Although it is more commonly carried out in children, adults can have it too.
Jonathan Hughes is trained in standard tonsillectomy techniques, but in addition to these he is also trained in other methods such as Coblation and Laser tonsil surgery.
It is effective in helping throat problems such as: obstructive sleep apnea, bleeding tonsils, recurring, severe tonsillitis, and snoring. If you are unsure if you are suitable for this treatment, during your consultation at Jonathan Hughes he will talk you through the procedure in great detail, and use his expertise to address any queries or concerns you may have.
Botox can be used to help dysphagia (trouble swallowing) by being injected into the muscles in the oesophagus that are causing the swallowing difficulty.
Botox can also be injected into muscles in the larynx to treat issues with the voice such asspasmodic dysphonia, which can cause your voice to sound strained and shakey.