Tonsillectomy

Tonsillectomy for adults and children is a common and relatively quick surgery, most often performed to prevent tonsillitis or recurring sore throats. It is also carried out if the tonsils are swollen or large and cause breathing difficulties or sleep disorders.

Ramsay Health Care UK is proud to work closely with highly experienced and knowledgeable ear, nose and throat surgeons who are leaders in their filed and keep abreast of the latest research.

Our ENT surgeons offer several types of surgery to skilfully remove your tonsils and use the most up-to-date techniques and equipment. Consultations are available without waiting where you can discuss your or your child’s symptoms and medical history.

Our priority is to provide our patients with support and advice, comfort and convenience, and expert and safe care. All Ramsay hospitals have strict protocols in place to minimise the risk of infection, including Covid-19 so you and your child can visit our hospitals safely.

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