London Rhinoplasty is a central London clinic based at 51 Harley Street in London.
We specialise in management of nasal conditions such as nasal blockage due to septal deviation, sinusitis, polyps, post traumatic deformity. One particular expertise is rhinoplasty for functional and aesthetic indications.
Our senior surgeon, Mr Kalpesh Patel, is an established Consultant Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon. He was an NHS Consultant at Imperial College Hospitals NHS Trust based at St Mary’s Hospital until 2015 when he entered full time private practice. Kalpesh Patel was the first President of the British Society of Rhinoplasty Surgeons. This society was set up to help improve the standard of rhinoplasty surgery by educating Surgeons from the UK and beyond. The society holds regular meetings in London and around the UK.
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Cosmetic and functional nasal surgery has a huge overlap in terms of techniques and thus Mr Patel has been able to draw on his vast experience with nose and sinus surgery for nasal blockage and the aesthetic requirements for facial surgery.
Around the time of the millennium, strategic changes in the health authority meant the all head & neck surgery was to be relocated to the Charing Cross site of the hospital trust, so Mr Patel changed his surgical interest to rhinoplasty surgery operating on NHS patients with breathing and post traumatic deformities.
Mr Patel sees patients in his consulting room at 51 Harley Street and at other clinic locations. Patients are referred by GPs, consultant colleagues, embassies and most commonly by previous patients operated on by Mr Patel. Having worked in London for many years, Mr Patel has experience and understanding of the nuances of ethnic rhinoplasty reflecting the various types of patients he treats. Mr Patel has highly developed aesthetic values in respect of nasal surgery but adopts a conservative approach to achieve results which are harmonious with the face. The ultimate aim is to achieve a result which looks unoperated and blends with the rest of the facial features and where necessary to improve the nasal airway.