Mr Chatrath is an extremely experienced ENT surgeon with particular expertise in the fields of nasal and sinus surgery (including rhinoplasty), snoring and paediatric ENT problems. On completion of his medical degree in 1995 from Cambridge University and the University of London Mr Chatrath was nominated for the prestigious London Gold Medal Viva for achieving distinctions in three subjects. He undertook core surgical training in Cambridge and the higher surgical training program in Otolaryngology in North London. He has worked as a Consultant ENT Surgeon for the NHS at Charing Cross Hospital as well as working in the private sector. He is also Professor of Rhinology/ENT Surgery at Canterbury Christ Church University, Kent.
In his career, Mr Chatrath has completed over 1000 rhinoplasty operations in addition to 1500 paediatric procedures. In addition to these operations, he completes numerous sinus operations using cutting-edge, minimally invasive techniques such as balloon sinuplasty to maximise patient outcomes. He is one of a very limited number of surgeons in the UK specialising in nasal reconstruction and nasal valve surgery. He is experienced using titanium breathe implants.
Mr Chatrath recognises the importance of communication before and after surgical procedures, actively eliciting and answering queries throughout the care cycle. His roles as an examiner at The Royal College of Surgeons, member of the Clinical Audit & Practice Advisory Group and scholarly referee for the Clinical Otolaryngology and Laryngoscope journals demonstrate his position in the evolving field of ENT surgery.
New patient appointment fee from £175 - £250
Follow up appointment fee from £110 - £175
MA (Cantab) / University of Cambridge / 1992
MBBS / University of London / 1995
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
FRCS / London / 2005
Fellowship of The Royal College of Surgeons of England
MD / London / 2006
Doctor of Medicine