+447935835469 office@bgmedicalclinic.co.uk 48 North Street, Romford, RM1 1BH

Ear, Nose & Throat

We are able to deal with many different aspects of ENT from minor injuries to emergency services and complex issues.ENT services cover a range of conditions including blockages in the nose and ears, sore throats, foreign bodies trapped inside the ears and nasal polyps among many more.

EARACHE 

Earache or Otalgia can be caused by a large range of conditions. Perhaps more common in children due to recurrent infections, this symptoms can be extremely debilitating and considered one of the worst types of pain to endure

Ear Infection 

This is inflammation of the skin and cartilage of the outer ear. It is often due to a bacterial infection following a fairly minor injury to the ear. The ear has a very red appearance and can often exude pus like material. The patient often has severe pain.

Sinusitis

By definition, chronic sinusitis means symptoms of sinusitis for more than three months. These include symptoms of nasal blockage, nasal discharge, symptoms of facial pain and headaches, congestion, postnasal drip and altered sense of smell. Probably the most common cause for chronic sinusitis is inadequate resolution from an acute episode, either by lack of treatment or the presence of a very virulent causative bacterium

Hearing Loss

Hearing loss can either be congenital or acquired following birth. It can either be caused by problems of the outer ear, the middle ear or the inner ear. It can also be divided into the speed of onset of symptoms.

Ostosclerosis

In some patients there can be fixation of the little bones in the middle ear particularly the third called the Stapes or Stirrup. This results in a condition called otosclerosis. Diagnosis can be assisted by high resolution MRI/CT imaging.

 

Nasal Blockage

By far the commonest cause for nasal blockage is the common cold. The infection usually due to one of the many respiratory viruses which spread by contact or airbourne droplets when an infected person sneezes.

Barotrauma

The eustachian tubes connect the back of the nose to the middle ear and allow air to pass between these two structures so as to equalise pressure. 

Ear Blockage/ Ear Wax

The sensation of ear blockage can be due to either foreign body material in the outer ear canal or due to either the presence of fluid in the middle ear or obstruction of the eustachian tube.A build of wax is by far the commonest cause which can be made worse if the patient uses cotton buds to try and clear the ears.

Tonsillitis 

The tonsils are thought to have an immunological function in the first 18 months of life but thereafter have no useful function and are surplus to requirement. Seen under the low-power microscope, the tonsil has deep clefts which reach to the inside of the tonsil and harbour numerous bacteria. Every now and again, these bacteria can become virulent and give rise to an episode of tonsillitis.

Ear Discharge

 The commonest causes are ear infection either due to the outer or middle ear causation and are usually associated with pain in the ear as well as the presence of a perforation of the ear drum depending on the exact cause.

Nasal Allergy

This can cause both acute and long term nasal blockage symptoms. In some patients it may contribute to the development of nasal polyps which further obstructs the nasal airway. Allergy causes swelling of the lining (mucosa) of the nose and after a long period of allergen exposure, the lining can become permanently enlarged. 

Laryngitis

This term implies inflammation of the larynx and in particular the vocal cords. The most common would be viral episodes of upper respiratory infection giving rise to hoarseness due to swelling of the vocal cords. Occasionally, the symptoms can be quite severe and patient may lose their voice altogether.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Your visit

We understand that visiting a doctor is a daunting prospect so we make every effort to ensure that our patients feel as comfortable and relaxed as possible.
If you have a disability or have a hearing or sight impairment, please let us know so that we can provide the appropriate equipment, care and communication methods to suit your needs.

Will my consultation be confidential?

Your consultation and results of any investigations will be totally confidential. We will pass on important medical information to your NHS GP only if you give us permission to do so.

Do I need an appointment to be seen?

No. But if you do not have an appointment it may take longer to be seen. We do reccomend to book your appintment in advance in order to avoid waiting time.

How can I pay?

You may pay by debit or credit card, or by cash. We accept all major debit and credit cards apart from Amex. We ask that all invoices are paid in full immediately after your consultation.

I live abroad and currently visiting UK, can I still be seen?

We welcome visitors from abroad who need to see Dr Andrean Damyanov or require a specialist referral.

What to Expect From Your Visit

 

Expect experienced and friendly doctors, a knowledgeable team and convenient appointment times available to book online.
BG MEDICAL CLINIC offers easy access to a wide range of private medical services in Romford area, including same day appointments, travel vaccinations and health screens. Our walk-in practice offers a high level of service to local residents as well as private companies.
In our calm and relaxed surroundings we offer same day appointments at times suitable to you.
Our extended opening hours enable you to prioritise your health without taking valuable time out of your workday.

Our team speak your language – we speak English, Bulgarian, Russian, Romanian, Turkish and more…

 

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