• Is your nose blocked? If you have a deviated septum, a septoplasty operation can make the septum straight and allow you to breathe easily through the nose.More

    Do you have sinus problems (Congestion, blockage, post-nasal drip, headache and facial pain, reduced sense of smell)? Endoscopic Sinus surgery (FESS) can clear the sinuses and get rid of sinus symptoms.More

    Is your nose blocked? Do you have nasal allergies? Turbinate surgery can reduce the size of the inferior turbinates and allow you to breathe easily through the nose (inferior turbinoplasty).More

    Do you have nasal polyps? Surgery can clear the polyps, allowing you to breathe easily through the nose and get back your sense of smell.More

    Are you unhappy with the shape of your nose? Rhinoplasty (nose re-shaping) can correct the appearance of your nose and improve nose breathing.More

  • Grommets can be used to clear blocked ears (Glue ear) and return hearing to normal. Grommets can prevent ear infections in children (Recurrent acute otitis media).More

    A hole in the eardrum can be repaired (myringoplasty), returning hearing to normal and preventing ear infections.More

    Swimmers and surfers often have new bone growth in their ears (exostoses). These can be removed to improve hearing and prevent infection.More

    Do your child's ears stick out too far? An Otoplasty operation can pin the ears back and make them look natural.More

    If your child has 3 or more middle ear infections in a 6 month period, it may be necessary to insert grommets in the ears. More

  • Does your child have a blocked nose or get recurrent ear infections? Removing the adenoids can clear a blocked nose.More

    Do you snore? Palate surgery may be used to treat your snoring. More

    A hoarse voice may be caused by a polyp on the vocal cord. Removing the polyp can return the voice to normal. More

    Do you snore? Do you wake up tired? Does your snoring disturb your partner? Surgery can stop your snoring. More

    Do you or your child get tonsillitis? Does your child snore? Removing the tonsils will prevent tonsillitis and can eliminate snoring. More

  • Do you snore? Do you wake up tired? Does your snoring disturb your partner? Snoring is caused by blockage of the air passages during sleep. Surgery can fix the blockage and stop your snoring/ sleep apnoea. More

  • Does your child get tonsillitis? Does your child snore? Removing the tonsils will prevent tonsillitis and can eliminate snoring. More

    Does your child have a blocked nose or get recurrent ear infections? Removing the adenoids can clear a blocked nose.....More

    Grommets can be used to clear blocked ears (Glue ear) and return hearing to normal. Grommets can prevent ear infections in children (Recurrent acute otitis media).More

    Is your child’s nose blocked? Enlarged inferior turbinates can cause blockage and mouth breathing. Surgery can clear the blockage. More

    Does your child snore? Surgery can clear blocked tonsils, adenoids or turbinates to give your child restful, quality sleep.More

  • Dr Narinder Singh

    A/ProfessorDr Narinder Singh

    • Clinical Associate Professor, University of Sydney
    • Head of ENT Dept, Westmead Hospital
    • Nose & Sinus specialist, Snoring & OSA
    • Adults and Children
  • Dr Hannah North
    Dr Hannah North
    • Otology Specialist (Ear & Hearing)
    • Neuro-otology (Cochlear implants, skull base tumours)
    • Children's ENT
  • Dr Ming Lee
    Dr Ming Lee
    • Thyroid & Salivary Glands
    • Nose & Sinus Conditions
    • Disorders of the Ear
  • Dr June Huang
    Dr June Huang
    • Disorders of the Ear, Hearing and Balance
    • Nose and Sinus conditions
    • Snoring in childhood
  • ASOHNS Sydney 2020

    Dr Singh has been invited to co-convene the Rhinology committee for "ASOHNS 2020" in Sydney, March 2020. This is the Annual National meeting of all ENT surgeons in Australia. For details, visit the ASOHNS 2020 website

  • AIMed Sydney 2019

    Dr Singh has been invited as a guest faculty speaker at the AIMed Conference in Sydney in November, 2019. This conference brings together leading experts in AI in Australasia to discuss the latest in machine learning technology For details, click on this link to the AIMed website

  • Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
  • The Australian Society of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery
  • The University of Sydney
  • Westmead ENT