How a person feels about their own appearance can greatly impact one’s happiness as well as self-confidence. Nuffield Health Cambridge Hospital in Cambridgeshire is one of the venues where Mr Mckiernan sees patients who are interested in rhinoplasty or have concerns about the shape of their nose and want to know what can be done.
Digital image manipulation software is a very useful tool to allow you to see what can be done, not to demonstrate the “perfect” nose as this might be unattainable because of previous trauma or your anatomy. Mr Mckiernan understands that the decision to proceed with rhinoplasty and is not to be undertaken lightly. In spite of tremendous experience in rhinoplasty and rhinological surgery he realises that that it is not always possible to achieve the patient’s goals and he takes considerable trouble to advise patients of what can be realistically achieved and the attendant risks.
Patients are also seen who present sinus problems and other functional nasal problems.
Sinus Specialist Cambridgeshire
Mr Mckiernan was appointed to Addenbrookes and the West Suffolk Hospitals NHS Trusts to undertake complex rhinology and facial plastic surgery procedures and as such his NHS practice mirrors his private practice.
A graduate of the University of London, Mr Mckiernan is a Diplomate of the American Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery, a member of the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery, member of the British Association of Otolaryngologists – Head and Neck Surgeons, Fellow of the Royal college of Surgeons of England and a member of the British Association of Paediatric Otolaryngologists.
He sees referrals from GP’s , provides second opinions for colleagues and also sees self-funding patients without a referral.
Glossary of terms:
Rhinoplasty: a surgical procedure undertaken to improve the shape of the nose in order to improve its appearance or function or both. The surgery commonly addresses asymmetry of the nasal tip, tip bulbosity, nasal bumps and “bent” noses.
Endoscopic Sinus Surgery: surgical treatment of sinusitis and nasal polyps using an endoscope and preserving as much healthy mucosa as possible and aiming to restore normal anatomy and sinus ventilation. Image guidance surgery and balloon sinuplasty are variants of endoscopic sinus surgery. The conditions treated include facial pain, recurrent sinusitis, nasal obstruction, nasal polyps and barotrauma.
Assessment of patients requiring rhinoplasty and endoscopic sinus surgery
The newly re-built Nuffield Hospital, Cambridge provides state of the art facilities in a modern setting.
How to Make an Appointment
To make an appointment with Mr Mckiernan regarding cosmetic or functional nasal surgery, please contact his private secretary, Sue Tarry on 01954 780588 or use the form on the appointments page.