NOSE

 

 

 

  • Rhinoplasty

    Nasal reshaping is one of our common procedures because the nose is central to the facial appearance and often a defining feature for some people. Nasal shape and appearance is also driven by cultural and ethnic desires. Sometimes a septorhinoplasty is desired not only to alter the shape of the nose, but to also enhance breathing. Mr Saleh also performs reconstructive nasal surgery, following cancer removal, injuries, or previous reshaping surgery that hasn’t had the desired outcome, and is recognised, along with colleagues, as a regional expert in this area receiving referrals form across the North of England, and on occasion, beyond.

    He was also a recent invited speaker at the British Rhinoplasty Scientific Meeting, teaching fellow senior surgeons on his techniques for balancing the nasal tip and optimising results when reshaping.

     

    To deliver optimal results and minimise bruising, precision rhinoplasty instruments are used to delicately alter bony and cartilage shapes for less downtime, therefore Mr Saleh routinely uses diamond power tools for this precision.

     

    We are all different, with different needs, and a bespoke surgical plan is developed dependent on your specific requests and expectations, we also use virtual reality software to aid planning with you.

     

    HOURS IN THEATRE

    NIGHTS IN HOSPITAL

    DAYS BEFORE YOU CAN DRIVE

    DAYS BEFORE YOU CAN RETURN TO WORK

    1.5-3

    1

    7-14

     

    14

    WEEKS BEFORE YOU CAN RETURN TO A GYM

     

    6

  • Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty

    / Liquid Rhinoplasty

    Mr Saleh is also an expert in non-surgical ‘nose jobs’ for patients not keen on surgical nasal re-shaping, and one of few specialist nasal surgeons in the North of England that uses his expertise to use fillers to remove bumps and humps in the nose.

  • Nasal Reconstruction

    Mr Saleh has a special interest in nasal reconstruction which is often required following injury, accidents and removal of cancers, typically skin cancers. He was fortunate to train in Brisbane Australia, where there is the highest rate of skin cancer worldwide, and he learned advanced techniques in a very high volume work-load, of complex nasal reconstructions. Following this he did further training as the Dutch Facial Plastic surgery scholar in Vienna, honing these skills in complex nasal surgery.

    Currently Mr Saleh receives referrals from across the North of England and elsewhere in the UK. He works collaboratively with a wide team of other surgeons, prosthetists and psychologists to deliver excellent functional and cosmetic results. Having your nose reconstructed is a journey and our practice has the resources and skill base to treat a full range of defects from total loss of the nose to small skin defects.

     

    To arrange an assessment please contact Mr Saleh’s NHS secretary Tracy Longworth on tracy.longworth@nuth.nhs.uk, you will require a referral from your treating doctor or General Practitioner and this can be sent via this email address.

    Or alternatively if you prefer a private referral contact tracymurray@nuffieldhealthpartners.com.

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