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Mr Nish Mehta is a Consultant ENT Surgeon, Otologist (super-specialised ear surgeon), and Auditory Implant surgeon (surgically implanting technological solutions when hearing aids are no longer sufficient). He specialises in the medical and surgical management of children’s and adults’ ENT problems.

He graduated with double distinction from Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ Medical School and completed his advanced surgical training in leading London hospitals, including Great Ormond Street, St Bartholomew’s, Royal National ENT and Imperial Trust hospitals. He gained a fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons, and undertook further international surgical training in the USA, Netherlands and India. He was then selected to train to become one of the UK’s handful of hearing implant surgeons as part of the prestigious Graham Fraser Memorial Fellowship in Sydney, Australia..


Mr Nish Mehta is an Associate Professor of deafness and hearing health at the internationally renowned Ear Institute, within UCL. Here he leads a body of funded research and supervises masters and PhD students on improving detection and treatments for hearing abnormalities. He has over 40 publications in peer-reviewed journals and is author in three medical textbooks.

Mr Nish Mehta grew up in London where he now lives with his wife and two young children. 

Mr Nish Mehta has extensive experience in treating the full spectrum of ENT conditions, including but not exclusive to:


Hearing difficulties

Speech and Language development delay

Glue ear (otitis media with effusion)

Outer and Middle Ear infections

Tympanoplasty (surgery to repair holes in the ear drum or to reinforce retracted ear drums)

Ossiculoplasty or Stapes surgery (surgery to resolve issues with any of the 3 bones of hearing)

Cochlear Implant (surgery to resolve severe hearing problems)

Cholesteatoma surgery (discharging ear that has not healed with antibiotic ear drops)

Balance issues / vertigo


Snoring and Obstructive sleep apnoea in children and adults

Recurring tonsillitis 

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