image

Videos

Information Videos

Type your question in the field below or browse through our channels and playlists.

Tag Seach:

Search Keyword:

none  

25 results
share
Powered by Answerpack
8
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

After the first couple of weeks following rhinoplasty you should be able to go back to normal, says Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little at The Face Surgeons. After this time most of the bruising and swelling will go down. http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

8
TOTAL
VIEWS
 0:55   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

After the first couple of weeks you should be able to go back to your normal occupation or lifestyle if you're not working, and after two weeks most of the swelling and the bruising should start to settle down. You will be a little bit puffy around the tip of your nose and then you enter that slower healing phase over the next three to four months when all the swelling settles down. By that point you shouldn't need to take any regular painkillers and all the medications following surgery will have finished. At this point it's quite useful to use some salty water to rinse out with, there's one or two products we can recommend, and that helps with all the swelling to resolve inside the lining of your nose. But usually by the end of the first month you should begin to get a good idea of what the appearances of your nose are and your breathing should start to feel a bit easier as well.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

10
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Rhinoplasty surgery involves different ways of altering the shape of the cartilage or the bone. Surgeon Sarah Little explains the details of the operation and healing process. http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/ The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London. All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

10
TOTAL
VIEWS
 0:59   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

So, there's different techniques. There's lots of different technical ways that we can alter the shape of the cartilage or the bone. Some people, we just need to do some cartilage work around the tip of the nose. Other people, if, for example, they have a bump over the bridge of the nose or the bones are deviated, we may need to refracture the bones of your nose. And we do that, making little cuts on the skin, on the outside, which heal very nicely. Microfractures around the bone, or sometimes smoothening, are other ways of remodelling the bone. The cartilage itself, we have to do some different things to manipulate it into the place where it should be. And most of the sutures, again, are dissolving, so they'll fall out or dissolve over a period of months after surgery. And by that point, your body will have formed scar tissue and healing everything and holding it in place.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

23
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Back in the day people always used to have big nasal packs placed after nose operations, they were painful to remove. So Face Surgeons generally try to avoid that if they can.

http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

23
TOTAL
VIEWS
 0:45   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

So we really try to avoid that nowadays, back in the day people always used to have big nasal packs placed after nose operations and you are quite right, they were painful to remove. So we generally try to avoid that if we can. Sometimes if there is some bleeding during surgery we have to put some dissolving packing in and occasionally if you're having a revision procedure you may need to have little things called splints placed and they are little plastic sheets that help with the healing and we remove them about a week later. We generally try not to put any packing if we can because it's quite uncomfortable for you.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

9
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little recommends not flying for about two weeks after rhinoplasty surgery because the risk of nosebleed can be present at any time for up to two weeks afterwards. http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

9
TOTAL
VIEWS
 0:33   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

So for flying, I recommend not flying for about two weeks after surgery because of the risk of nosebleed and that can be any time up to two weeks afterwards. It's not so much that flying causes nosebleeds, but if you're at 10,000 feet then it can be quite difficult to manage. It's a bit inconvenient. So usually wait at least two weeks before flying, if you can, or three or four weeks ideally.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
 1:21  
8
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little discusses the types of patients that she usually sees at The Face Surgeons clinic in London - most have a cosmetic problem that they would like to change. http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

8
TOTAL
VIEWS
 1:21   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

So most of the people that come to see me, have either a cosmetic problem that they are unhappy about or they would like to change. And many people will have a functional issue, they find that their breathing is affected as well. but that can be because they've had some trauma to their nose, so I've got lots of young people who have had sporting injuries, various ways either team sports or ball sports that have had an injury that they would like corrected, or sometimes people's noses develop in a way that they don't like, and that's called a congenital problem, either it's something that's happened either before or during birth, and they've grown up, their noses developed in a way that either has an undesirable appearance, or affects their breathing, so those are the two main categories. Sometimes people need to have a rhinoplasty, if they have other types of surgery that changes the shape of their nose. so we work in a group of surgeons that do some maxillofacial surgery, that surgery to the upper jaw, and that can change the shape of the nose as well, often if you have other facial surgery it has a knock-on effect on the nose, and so we work together in a group, and if you have maxillo surgery, you might need to have a rhinoplasty either at the same time, or more commonly afterwards.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

9
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little explains the risks that patients need to be aware of after rhinoplasty. The most common include heavy bleeding and the possiblility of infection. If patients have a nose bleed for 20 minutes following surgery they should seek urgent medical treatment. http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

9
TOTAL
VIEWS
 2:12   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

The most common things that to be aware of are those that can happen early on in procedure or those that happen later. In the early stages of any surgery, there is a risk of bleeding afterwards and a then rhinoplasty that can show itself as a heavy nose bleed. We always advise people if you have any bleeding that lasts longer than about 20 minutes to, first of all, let our practice know, and also to attend your local emergency department for treatment. Sometimes the bleeding could be very heavy that could require another operation but that is extremely rare. The other early risk to be aware of is having an infection following surgery then we follow quite a strict protocol of antibiotic during and after the surgery to prevent that from happening and the risk of that is also small. In the long run, as the nose heals the most common thing to be aware of is that some people may need to have a second operation. In our practice that occurs in about 2% to 3% of people need to have a second procedure. Generally, it's something small, the most common things being a minor irregularity over the bridge of the nose if it can feel a little bit irregular or uncomfortable or sometimes around the scars internally. Very rarely as the cartilage within the tip or the septum of the nose heals it can get pulled into an abnormal or original position. Predictably that can happen if you've had an injury before and there's scar tissue inside the nose. And a very small number of people may need to have the whole operation revised. Again, that's unusual. One of the reasons we like to follow patients up carefully after surgery's so we can identify problems early on. Other risks that can happen but are less common is the candida change in skin colour over the bridge of the nose it's very common to have swelling in that area that's not a complication it's a normal part of the procedure but sometimes that swelling can be associated with redness or skin colour changes and in theory those changes can be permanent but they can be things we can offer to correct that.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

6
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

After surgery most people need some simple painkillers for the first two or three days, says Sarah Little, Consultant ENT Surgeon. In case of infection surgeons may give you some antibiotics but often that's not necessary. http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

6
TOTAL
VIEWS
 0:34   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

So after surgery most people need some simple painkillers for the first two or three days, and if there's an infection at the time of surgery, we may give you some antibiotics but often that's not necessary, and then we also recommend using some salt water to rinse your nose out with. There's a couple of over the counter products that you can use for that we can advise you, and I'd recommend starting doing that the day following surgery.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

12
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little talks about patients being able to do sports after rhinoplasty surgery, that they should avoid exercise for two weeks and then go back to doing some mild exercising, for example, a cycle, slow jog or gentle yoga. http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

12
TOTAL
VIEWS
 0:49   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

In terms of sports, I say to do nothing really for the first two weeks. After two weeks, you can go back to doing some gentle exercising, for example, a cycle or slow jog, a gentle yoga. Then after a month, you go back to whatever your normal activities are. Some people if they're going back to team sports like to wear protective, acrylic mask on their mid-face to protect the bones of the face. If you play contact sports such as hockey or rugby or football we can recommend somewhere where you can have that made up, and that protects the bones of your face for the first year until everything is completely healed.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

21
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Sarah Little, Consultant ENT Surgeon at The Face Surgeons in London explains that if you have an open approach to a septum rhinoplasty, you will have a little scar in the skin between the two nostrils but it usually heals well. http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

21
TOTAL
VIEWS
 0:44   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

So if you have an open approach to a septum rhinoplasty, you have a little scar in the skin between the two nostrils. It heals up very well. If you look closely you will always be able to see the scar, but most people find after about three or four months, it's almost invisible. We make the scar in a zigzag shape. It's like an upside down W, so it heals up very nicely. And very few people are going around looking underneath your nose, so actually it's generally not a problem. All the other scars are on the inside, and we use stitches that dissolve and fall out by themselves.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

15
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little explains the risks of nose surgery and how, in the early stages of recovery, the two most common things that can happen are having a heavy nosebleed after surgery or some infection in the nose. http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

15
TOTAL
VIEWS
 1:23   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

A rhinoplasty, like any other operation, there are always some risks associated with it. We take lots of steps in the way that we plan surgery and the technical way that we execute it to minimise those risks but, nonetheless, it's an operation on the human body and things can be unpredictable. Broadly speaking, the risks that we look at are those that are common or those that are rare but serious, and also timing wise, do they happen early after surgery or something that may happen later on. In the early stages of recovery, the two most common things that can happen are having a heavy nosebleed after surgery. So if you have any bleeding that lasts longer than about 20 minutes or it seems very profuse, then we would advise you to go to your nearest A&E department and also to let the face surgeons know to be aware of that. The other early risk is that you can have some infection in your nose. That's very unusual for facial surgery because your face has got such a strong blood supply. It's actually quite uncommon to have an infection afterwards. We do lots of things to minimise that technically and we usually give you some antibiotics afterwards to prevent that from happening. But occasionally, you can have an infection and very rarely that can need a second operation to treat that.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

18
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Most of the swelling from nose surgery settles down in the first three to four weeks, explains Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little. Within three or four months, the majority of the swelling will have gone; full healing takes up to a year. http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

18
TOTAL
VIEWS
 0:47   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

So you will initially look different, especially if you have an open approach to a rhinoplasty, particularly around the tip of your nose or the skin between the nostrils can look very puffy and swollen. Most of the swelling settles down in the first three to four weeks, that's the worst part. Within about three or four months, majority of the swelling will have settled, but you still have healing up to a year afterwards. And we usually explain to people that the final result doesn't occur at least 9 to 12 months after surgery. So, it's quite a slow healing process. It's much longer than you would think it would be.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
 0:42  
7
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little explains that rhinoplasty is an operation on your nose - rhino being the Latin word for nose, plasty meaning to shape it. In common language it is usually referred to as a 'nose job'. http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

7
TOTAL
VIEWS
 0:42   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

Rhinoplasty is an operation on your nose so rhino being the Latin word for nose, plasty meaning to shape it. And people come to see me about that because broadly they've two concerns, either they've got concerns about how their nose appears, how it looks, and they'd like to change that and secondly they might have some problems with the function of the nose which is usually breathing and sometimes problems of pain. So they'll come to see me either because they want to change the shape, or they want to improve the function, or a combination of both.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

13
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Smoking affects how the little blood vessels around the lining of the nose function which can increase your risk of bleeding after surgery. Smoking also affects healing and scar tissue formation so it's really important to stop smoking before any surgery says Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little of The Face Surgeons. She also advises to avoid alcohol ahead of surgery as well as any blood thinning medication, or drugs such as aspirin.

http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

13
TOTAL
VIEWS
 2:06   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

So, when you have an operation on your nose, generally you have plenty of notice, so you know about it at least three or four weeks in advance. And once you've got that date set, there's a few things, lifestyle-wise and dietary, that you can do to prepare. One of the most important things is to stop smoking before nose operations. No matter how small an operation you're having, it's vitally important that you stop smoking for at least two weeks before surgery, and ideally, stop it completely after surgery. And the reason for that is smoking in itself affects how the lining of your nose functions, so you want to give yourself a best possible chance of having the best outcome from surgery. Smoking also, unfortunately, does increase your risk of complications from surgery, and you and I both want to have the best possible outcome from surgery, so it's very important, especially before a rhinoplasty, to stop smoking. Smoking affects how the little blood vessels around the lining of the nose function. It can increase your risk of bleeding after surgery, and it also affects healing and scar tissue formation. So, really important to stop smoking beforehand. Around the time of surgery, we usually suggest avoiding alcohol in the few days before you have an anaesthetic and also, not participating in the use of any illegal drugs, because that can affect how you react to anaesthetics. After surgery, again, staying away from the cigarettes is really important, and staying away from smoky environments for at least two weeks afterwards. People often ask me about dietary things. I think there are some supplements that I would avoid in the week before surgery, particularly fish oils or ginkgo biloba. They can affect blood clotting, so stay away from those supplements. If you've got any queries, best just to ask us beforehand. And we usually say to avoid taking any drugs that contain aspirin or other blood-thinning medication after the surgery, because again, it can cause nosebleeds or affects bruising and swelling after a surgery.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
 1:03  
23
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little explains septum rhinoplasty which is surgery performed to correct a deviated septum which may have resulted from an injury.

http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

23
TOTAL
VIEWS
 1:03   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

Septum rhinoplasty entails doing some work on the septum and septum is the word for the partition between your right and left nostrils, so it's the wall between your right and left airway. And sometimes if you have a deviated septum that can affect your breathing or it can also change the shape of the nose on the outside. So if you've had an injury to the tip of your nose, for example if you have a rugby injury and somebody hits you on the soft part of the nose it can cause the septum to be deviated, so you may need a quite a big operation, a septum rhinoplasty simply to correct the septum if it's very deviated. And sometimes if people find that the lower part of the nose is twisted to one side or other we need to treat the septum at the same time. So they're not interchangeable terms but it implies doing something to the function of the nose as well as just the cosmetic part of it.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

12
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little at The Face Surgeons explains what a deviated septum is and what the treatment options available to correct it.

http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

12
TOTAL
VIEWS
 1:16   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

So, if you have a deviated septum, that means that instead of being perfectly straight, it's twisted in one part or the other, sometimes to one side, sometimes to both sides. Some people have an S-shaped septum, so it's like a chicane curve, and that can be more complex to correct. Generally, having a deviated septum is not a life-threatening problem. It can change the appearance of your nose or it can affect the breathing, but there's no urgency to having that corrected. If you have a deviated septum, you might feel that it's impacting your life to the point that you'd like it corrected, but there's no rush to doing it. It's a quality-of-life operation rather than a necessary life-threatening procedure. There's a couple of different ways of correcting a septum, similar to rhinoplasty, that we can do all the work through the nostril, or sometimes we need to make a little cut, again, in the skin, and lift all the muscle and the skin off the framework of the nose. It's quite a big recovery process, but if you've got a badly deviated septum, we might recommend doing that. And most people only want to go through an operation once, so you might as well do the best result you can get from one procedure, even though the recovery time might be a bit longer.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

7
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little discusses what patients can expect from a consultation with her on rhinoplasty and how she works through the various approaches with patients to help meet their expectations from surgery.

http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

7
TOTAL
VIEWS
 0:54   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

So, I like to meet people, usually at least twice, before they have an operation. I think the first time we meet, I like to get an outline of what their goals are from surgery, what's important to them, and then I like to examine them and work out where the problems are. And then, on the first consultation, we usually have a discussion about how we might be able to achieve what they're looking for. And, initially, that's a broad outline about what the surgery would entail. There's some different ways of doing it and we look at the different approaches that might be possible for that person, and usually we'll go through some of the logistical things about the recovery process and most importantly, about some of the risks of surgery.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

10
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Patients can expect to meet with Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little at least three times during the year following rhinoplasty. By the final meeting all the swelling should be settled, any scarring should be minimal and and patients usually feel good about the appearance of their nose.
http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

10
TOTAL
VIEWS
 1:06   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

So, I like to see people back in the clinic after they've had the stitches about a month, and then three months later, and then for a final check about a year later. By a year's time, all the swelling will have settled down, the scars should have faded to the point where they're almost unnoticeable, and you should have a good feeling about the overall appearance and the function of your nose. Some people notice round about six to nine months following surgery that there can be some minor problems that they're unhappy with, and most commonly that's some irregularity of the bridge of the nose, or sometimes something minor related to the scar tissue. And a small number of people need to have a revision procedure. If that's necessary, we usually recommend waiting at least six to nine months after the first surgery, and in general, it's a minor thing that we can correct. Either it's something small, or cosmetic, or a small functional problem. It's very unusual to need to have the whole operation revised. Very, very occasion that can happen, but that's quite rare.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

11
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little explains how patients feel following rhinoplasty surgery. Most patients are home within 24 hours.
http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

11
TOTAL
VIEWS
 0:53   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

When you wake up first after the surgery, it's been quite a long anaesthetic, you'll feel quite sleepy. You will have a little bit of a nose bleed for the first few hours. And we usually give you a little bandage to put under the nose to help with that. You'll be a bit bruised and puffy, and I think it's helpful to either put some ice-packs there or a nice gel face pad to help with the swelling, and most people can go home the same day. Occasionally, we do the surgery in the evening and you'd need to stay the night, but in general, most rhinoplasties we can do them as a day case. And as long as you've got a responsible adult that can take you home, you should be able to go home the same day. Normal to have a little bit of a nose bleed in the first 24 hours, and that settles down over the first couple of days usually.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

6
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little advises patients to enjoy a quiet week at home for the first week following rhinoplasty surgery to help with recovery and minimise the risk of infection. She also suggests sleeping with extra pillows which can help reduce swelling.

http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

6
TOTAL
VIEWS
 0:59   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

So the first week I like people just to have a quiet time at home. It's a good idea to sleep with a few extra pillows. You are sitting up at about 45 degrees, that helps the swelling. Most people would need the first week off work. Towards the end of the first week, you can start to do some work at home. If you've got a job that allows you to work from home you can do that during the second week if you'd like to. But try to avoid any commuting or being in places where there's lots of people around such as supermarkets or parties or pubs because we don't want you to pick up an infection in the early days. It's a good idea just to have a quiet time at home for the first few days to let all the swelling settle down. After about seven days I like to see you back in the clinic and we'll take the stitches and the dressings away. At that point, you should begin to start to feel your breathing's a little bit easier.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

11
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little explains the risk of complications from rhinoplasty is very small, around 3-4%.

http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

11
TOTAL
VIEWS
 0:53   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

We've talked earlier about the recovery process in rhinoplasty. Part of understanding surgery and proceeding with it is having a clear understanding of the risks involved. Every operation, like things in life, carries some risks associated with it, and we always try to be very honest and clear with people about the possible things that can go wrong. The first thing to say is that the vast majority of patients get through surgery without any problems, so although we have to warn about all the risks, in general, the likelihood of there being a problem is small and the overall risk and total risk of complications from rhinoplasty is in the order of about, in our hands, three to four percentage of people may have a complication.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

9
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

If patients experience problems following rhinoplasty, explains Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little at The Face Surgeons, they should let the consultant know and go to their local A&E department.
http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

9
TOTAL
VIEWS
 0:53   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

So if there's a problem immediately after surgery, then the best thing to do is to let us know and the face surgeon and also go to your local A&E department if you need to do that. In the long run, the most common risk is that sometimes the cartilage in your nose or the bones can heal up in a way that's undesirable. And that can be because of skin or soft tissue memory or sometimes scar tissue can form in a way that's unpredictable. And a small number of people need to have a second revision operation. That risk is quite small. On average, it's about 1 in 50 people need to come back and having a second operation. But we like to keep reviewing the people in clinic very regularly until we're happy that things are as good as they can be.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

7
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little discusses the two different approaches of performing rhinoplasty surgery and the pros and cons of having either approach.

http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

7
TOTAL
VIEWS
 1:15   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

So broadly speaking, there's two different ways of doing it. There's either an open approach or a closed approach. A closed approach means that we can do all the work through the nostrils so there's no scars on outside and all the work is hidden through little incisions around the margin or the edge of the nostril, and that's the closed approach. For various reasons, some people will be better suited to having an open approach and that means making a little scar across the skin between the two nostrils. That's called the "columella" and that scar heals up very nicely, but you will always have a scar there that you can see. The rest of the incisions are also hidden inside the nostril. With time, that scar fades, but the recovery process from an open approach is a bit longer and there are certain issues with your nose that we might advise actually, although it's a bigger operation, a longer recovery period, you'll be better having an open approach. So broadly, it's open or closed and there's pros and cons of each way. We usually tailor the approach depending on the approach depending on what we think would be most helpful for the person and their desires as well.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

19
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Rhinoplasty isn't a painful operation says Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little. Any pain is carefully managed with painkillers.

http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

19
TOTAL
VIEWS
 0:59   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

So, after rhinoplasty, it's not actually terribly painful operation, it's much less painful than most people imagine it would be. We usually like you to take regular paracetamol and some other intermediate level painkillers. Most people find they need to take them for about a week following surgery, the first three or four days regularly and then the second week as and when they need to. I usually give people some antibiotics for the first few days after surgery to prevent infection, and you chew something as long as you don't have any allergies. It's usually a penicillin-based antibiotic. And finally, I always give people a short course of steroid tablets in a low dose and they're designed to help with swelling, but they're not high enough dose generally that they'll cause any side effects and it's a short course. They just help with the bruising and swelling to resolve.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

11
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little talks through the healing process following rhinoplasty surgery. She explains this differs depending on whether you have a closed or open approach. Patients can expect to be fully healed within a year.

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

11
TOTAL
VIEWS
 1:15   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

It's quite a slow healing process if you have an open approach. If there's a little cut in the skin here, then you usually have five or six stitches around the tip or your nose and addressing over the bridge of your nose, as well. And I like to see you, usually between 7 to 10 days after surgery, to take the stitches and the dressing out. Depending on the type of surgery you had, the healing is variable, but most people find the need to take about 10 days to 2 weeks off work afterwards, and the first 10 days takes the longest for the swelling and the bruising around your face to settle down. Often, when people come back to see me, having the stitches taken out a week later, the bruising's got better. And for the first month, you'll feel your nose is very blocked and stuffy. It feels a bit like having a heavy cold for the first couple of weeks. And then, there's a slower healing process. Three or four months later, you should begin to get a good idea of what the final function and the appearance of your nose is, but you'll notice subtle changes in your nose up to a year later. So, not that anybody walking past you on the street would know any different, but you'll notice little changes yourself, really, up to a year.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

6
TOTAL
VIEWS
Video Description

Consultant ENT Surgeon Sarah Little explains that the benefits of working within a multidisciplinary team at The Face Surgeons is that patients can undergo a number of operations at the same time as having a rhinoplasty.

http://www.thefacesurgeons.co.uk/

The mission of The Face Surgeons is to provide anybody who requests or needs to have surgery of the face to have the best possible advice from a specialist in their field of care. Our main practice is situated on Wimpole Street in the heart of London.

All of our surgeons are highly trained specialists in all aspects of facial surgery. We have one oculoplastic surgeon, one ear, nose and throat specialist, and 3 maxillofacial surgeons. Between all members of The Face Surgeons team we aim to provide patients with a comprehensive and well explained treatment plan for your concerns and problems.

6
TOTAL
VIEWS
 0:58   ChannelNose Surgery PlaylistNose Surgery FAQ  

They can be, so one of the benefits of having surgery with us in The Face Surgeons is that we're a group of surgeons that we've all got expertise in different parts of the face. And often people are coming to have facial rejuvenation or facial feminisation, may have two or three different areas of their face that they would like to be changed. So, I am a rhinoplasty surgeon. I think I often will do nose operations when one of my colleagues may do some other surgery at the same time. And that could be to do with chin surgery or sometimes facelift or eyelid surgery, and we can try to work that into the same anaesthetic. It does increase the recovery process somewhat, but it also means that everything is done in one procedure which can make it more convenient for patients, particularly, if you are trying to work things in with employment or other factors.

read more view less

Sarah Little
Sarah Little
Consultant ENT Surgeon
Miss Sarah Little is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at St George's NHS Trust and Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust with dual subspecialty interests in Rhinology & Facial Plastic Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Surgery. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George's University of London Medical School. Read full bio view less


share

Thank you for your feedback.

Did the video answer your question?


loading

Sarah Little
Sarah Little

The Face Surgeons
logo