Mr Thomas Jacques is a Consultant ENT Surgeon, with specialist interests in rhinology (nasal and sinus surgery) and facial plastic surgery. He is appointed in the NHS at St. George’s University Hospital and Croydon University Hospital.
Mr Jacques completed his primary medical training at the University of Cambridge and University College London, graduating with Distinction in Clinical Practice. His specialist training in ENT surgery was undertaken at internationally-renowned central London teaching hospitals, including St. Mary’s Hospital, Charing Cross Hospital, and two years at the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital. After the completion of his training, he undertook a prestigious year-long Fellowship in Rhinology and Facial Plastic Surgery at St. George’s University Hospital.
Mr Jacques is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, and a member of multiple national and international academic societies. He has published scientific articles in leading medical journals, contributed to specialist textbooks, and contributed to major research projects in rhinology.
He has a strong interest in medical education and is dedicated to teaching the next generation of ENT surgeons. He is a Senior Editor of entsho.com, one of the most popular ENT educational websites in the UK.
Mr Jacques is dedicated to providing an individualised treatment plan for all of his patients, based on the best available scientific evidence and modern techniques. He believes it is vital for patients to understand their medical conditions, and how their treatments work, so that they can get the very best results and quality of life.
Mr Jacques treats a wide range of ear, nose and throat conditions in adults and children. In addition to his broad ENT experience, he has particular expertise in surgery of the nose and sinuses, including:
- Sinus conditions (nasal polyps, chronic sinusitis and sinus infections)
- Rhinitis and nasal allergy
- Cosmetic rhinoplasty
- Functional nasal surgery (septorhinoplasty)
- Nasal injury and reconstruction after trauma
- Nasal airway blockage and septal deviation
- Disorders of sense of smell (anosmia, hyposmia)
- Nasal and sinus tumours
- Endoscopic tear duct surgery (DCR)
- Facial pain
- Management of snoring and sleep apnoea
- Royal College of Surgeons of England
- ENT - UK
- European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery
- European Rhinologic Society