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Mr Tim Biggs Rhinoplasty Surgeon, Hampshire, Near Portsmouth and Southampton (South Coast)

I am a Consultant Surgeon who specialises in Rhinoplasty/Septorhinoplasty. I am an Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) surgeon at Portsmouth Hospitals University NHS Trust and Rhinoplasty Surgeon exclusively at Adnova in Fareham, Hampshire

(near Southampton & Portsmouth). 

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Mr Tim Biggs Rhinoplasty Surgeon, Hampshire, Near Portsmouth and Southampton (South Coast)

Mr Tim Biggs
MB BCh DOHNS PhD FRCS (ORL-HNS)

I qualified from Cardiff University and after an initial career as a British Army Medical Officer and completing my basic surgical training, I was awarded a highly competitive NIHR Acadmic Training Pathway in Otolaryngology (ENT). I completed my higher surgical training in the Wessex Deanery, specialising in Rhinology and Facial Plastics. Towards the end of my training, following the completion of a PhD in Rhinology, I was awarded and completed the national British Rhinology Society (BRS) Advanced Rhinology Fellowship and following this an Advanced Rhinology and Facial Plastic Surgery Fellowship (including Rhinoplasty and skin cancer) at Winchester, Andover and Southampton Hospital. I have been a Consultant at Portsmouth Hospital for 2 years, after completing 21 years of medical training.

I have published over 60 peer reviewed articles, undertaken over 30 national/international presentations, and been awarded over 25 prizes & fellowships. I am on the specialist GMC register for Otolaryngology (ENT) and member of ENT-UK and the British Society of Facial Plastic Surgery. 

I undertake a variety of complex nasal surgeries, but my main interest lies in Rhinoplasty/Septorhinoplasty. I have a large NHS practice, which means I undertake this procedure very regularly
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I offer the following Rhinoplasty/Septorhinoplasty techniques: Piezo (ultrasonic bone sculpture - which I use for all my surgeries), structural, open, preservation, revision including rib reconstruction and fascia lata.

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