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Telephone 0203 488 0231
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LOCATIONS

The London Clinic
The Wellington Hospital
St George’s University Hospital

THE LONDON HEAD AND NECK CLINIC

SPECIALIST TREATMENT JUST FOR YOU

We can help to solve a wide range of problems affecting the head and neck

THE LONDON HEAD AND NECK CLINIC

COMMON CONDITIONS

THE LONDON HEAD AND NECK CLINIC

LEADING INNOVATION IN SURGICAL PLANNING

Mid-face Cancer  Removal 

By examining in detail the structures affected by the cancer a comprehensive plan of removal and reconstruction can be simulated and discussed prior to surgery.

Osteoradionecrosis

Detailed analysis shows which areas of bone and soft tissue have been affected by osteoradionecrosis prior to reconstruction of the jaw.

Maxillary Tumours

Sometimes the original tissues have been completely destroyed by the cancer disease process. Here we use mirror imaging to help plan surgical reconstruction for maxillary sinus cancer.

THE LONDON HEAD AND NECK CLINIC

MEET YOUR SURGEON

k andi oral maxillofacial

MR KAVIN ANDI

Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial/ Head & Neck Surgeon
Past President of The Institute of Reconstructive Sciences
Director of THE LONDON HEAD AND NECK CLINIC

BDS (Lond) MB BS (Lond) PgCert Med Ed FHEA (UK) MFDSRCSEng FRCSEd FRCS (OMFS)

  • CONSULTANT MAXILLOFACIAL / HEAD & NECK SURGEON

    St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

  • HONORARY SENIOR CLINICAL LECTURER

    St George’s University of London Medical School

  • CONSULTANT MAXILLOFACIAL / HEAD & NECK SURGEON

    Croydon Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

  • REGIONAL SPECIALITY ADVISOR LONDON SOUTH

    British Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons/ Royal College of Surgeons of England.

  • EDITOR

    Journal of Stomatology, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

  • EDUCATIONAL SUPERVISOR

    London Deanery School of Surgery

  • SPECIALIST REVIEWER

    Macmillan Cancer Support

  • EXTERNAL EXAMINER

    Kings College University of London

  • Surgery for advanced cancers of the face, mouth, neck and jaws
  • Complex facial reconstruction and revision surgery
  • Salivary gland problems
  • Jaw joint problems
  • Trauma and complex wisdom teeth
  • Surgical dermatology
  • 3D planning
  • Augmented reality applications in the head and neck

Mr Kavin Andi is an award-winning consultant oral and maxillofacial surgeon and head and neck surgeon based in London. After completing dual qualifications in medicine and dentistry at Bart’s and The London Schools of Medicine and Dentistry, Mr Andi undertook his basic surgical training in Essex and then returned to the London Deanery Higher Surgical Training Programme in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery at The Royal London Hospital, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, Luton and Dunstable Hospital, University College London and Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital. Following his FRCS award, he was ranked first in the UK by the Joint Committee for Higher Surgical Training at an interview for the Advanced Head and Neck Surgical Oncology Training Fellowship Programme. This was successfully completed at Guys’ Hospital, alongside the award of Fellowship of The Higher Education Academy. Mr Andi’s areas of interest include augmented reality, robotic surgery and 3D virtual surgical planning, for which he was award the prestigious 2012 Norman Rowe Clinical Prize by the British Association of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgeons.  Mr Andi is the recipient of a Clinical Excellence Award from St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (2015), the J.N. Kidd award from the Institute of Reconstructive Sciences, 2016 and the Annual College Prize in Clinical Dentitistry awarded by the University of London, 1997. Mr Andi has carried out pioneering research at St George’s, University of London Medical School where he is also an honorary senior clinical lecturer. He is a core member of the Head & Neck and Skin Cancer tumour boards and past President of The Institute of Reconstructive Sciences in conjunction with his role as a faculty member of The London Deanery School of Surgery and Regional Speciality Advisor to The Royal College of Surgeons.

Kavin lives in London with his wife and three children and enjoys cycling, swimming and sculpture.
His passion for advanced 3D technology including augmented reality has formed the basis of much of his research work designed to improve the lives of his patients.

Mr Andi is the founder of Faces of the Nile; a charity which aims to improve surgical care for young people and education in head and neck diseases for clinicians throughout regions supplied by the Nile.
  • Top Doctor’s Award 2017
  • The J.N. Kidd Award for Innovation
  • Clinical Excellence Award
  • The Norman Rowe Clinical Prize 2012
  • Bond Solon Civil Procedure Rules for Expert Witnesses Certificate
  • Distinction in Oral Surgery
  • Distinction in Major Surgery Case Study
  • Annual College Prize in Clinical Dentistry

Management of metastatic neck disease – summary of the 11th Evidence Based Management Day.O’Hara, J., Simo, R., McQueen, A., Andi, K., Lester, S., Giddings, C., Repanos, C., Moor, J., Kelly, C., Jennings, C., Wilson, J. & Paleri, V.Clinical Otolaryngology Volume 39, Issue 1, pages 3–5, 2. 2014.

Interim results of the sentinel European node trial (SENT). Schilling C, Gurney B, Andi K , McGurk M. Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngology (2012) 269:1311 – 1410.

‘Black Bone’ MRI Planning for Fibula Free Flap Reconstruction; A Preliminary Study.K. Andi , J-P, Jeannon, T Coward, M McGurK. British Journal of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery 2012.

Penetrating craniofacial injuries through the ages. S.J. Camp, S. Joshi, K. Andi , G.H. Alusi, A. Elsmore, H.I. Sabin. British Journal of Neurosurgery, August 2008; 22(4): 484 – 485.

Development of a Facial Injury Severity Score: Do Military Casualties require additional consideration?JJ Lee, K Andi. Royal Army Medical Corps Vol 156, No.3; Sep 2010. pages 179-80.

Infraorbital modification of the Weber-Ferguson flap.K. Andi, S.B. Holmes, I.L. Hutchison. British Journal of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery 48 2010; 44–45.

Can orbital fat, muscle and haematoma be differentiated using computer tomography region of interest analysis in the evaluation of orbital floor injures?K. Andi, J. Makdissi, S.B. Holmes. British Journal of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery Volume 47, Issue 7 , Pages e64-e65, October 2009.

Collecting the evidence for research.K. Andi, N.A. Ali, J.L.B. Carter, I.L. Hutchison. British Journal of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery 2009 Volume 47, Issue 7, Pages e58-e59.

Airway obstruction following unilateral fracture of mandible.K. Andi, Z. Killick, SB. Holmes. Journal of Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgery 2008 vol. 36 pp. S235-S235.

Facial dog bites; a seven-year series of emergency department presentation at Barts and The London NHS Trust and case review.S Ratcliffe, K. Andi, SB Holmes. British Journal of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery 2008 vol. 46 (7) pp. e30-e30.

Changing patterns: 17,800 Maxillo-Facial trauma & emergencies .K. Andi, C. Bridle, R. Bhardwaj, N. Perera, S. Somasunderen,B. Patel. Journal of Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgery 2008 vol. 36 pp. S109-S109.

New software for the Maxillo-Facial trauma & emergencies team.K. Andi, N.A. Ali, J.L.B. Carter, I.L. Hutchison. Journal of Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgery 2008 vol. 36 pp. S114-S114.

A prospective review of paediatric oral & Maxillo-Facial surgery trauma & emergencies presenting to the Royal London Hospital 2000–2007.Raman Bhardwaj, K. Andi. British Journal of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery, 2008; 46 (7).

The etymology of names presenting to a London hospital.K. Andi. Journal of Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgery 2008 vol. 36 pp. S240-S240.Are All Articulators Equal?K. Andi ,L Zou,T Macdonald, N Ali. Journal of Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgery 2008 vol. 36 pp. S230-S230.

Orthodontic Bracket Modification to Facilitate Exposure and Bonding of Impacted Teeth.S Gowrishankar, K. Andi, R Marinho, J.L.B Carter. British Journal of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery 2008; Dec;46 (8):688.

The effect of sodium lauryl sulphate on the morphology of human ventral tongue.Cruchley AT, Andi K, Williams DM. Journal of Dental Research (1996) 75:1192.

Advanced Digital Planning for Head & Neck reconstruction.8th International Conference of the American Head & Neck Society, Toronto, Canada. This paper was selected 1st from 1400 abstracts in the ‘Best of Clinical I‘ proffered paper section.

Interim Results of the European Sentinel Node Trial (SENT).European Head & Neck Society Scientific Meeting, Poznan, Poland.

‘Black Bone’ MRI planning for fibula free flap reconstruction; a preliminary study.British Association of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgeons annual scientific meeting, London.Norman Rowe Clinical Prize Winner.

Collecting the Evidence for Research.British Association of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgeons annual scientific meeting, Cardiff.

Changing Patterns: 17,800 Maxillo-Facial Trauma & Emergencies.XIX Congress of the European Association for Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgery, Bologna.

New Software for the Maxillo-Facial Trauma & EmergenciesTeam XIX Congress of the European Association for Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgery, Bologna.

5000 Consecutive Emergency Referrals to a Maxillo-Facial unit. What the Data Tells Us.British Association of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgeons annual scientific meeting, Killarney, Ireland.

Ethnicity and Maxillo-Facial trauma – Are they related?British Association of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgeons annual scientific meeting, Killarney, Ireland.

Pocket PC: A Trauma and Emergencies Database.British Association of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgeons annual scientific meeting, Killarney, Ireland.

A Maxillo-Facial Trauma and Emergencies Database.British Association of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgeons annual scientific meeting, Bournemouth.

A Clinical Orthognathic Database.British Association of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgeons annual scientific meeting, Bournemouth.

Head and neck sarcomas: treatment modalities and outcomes – The Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital NHS Foundation Experience.

The Royal College of Surgeons Presidents Meeting; Surgical Outcomes.On behalf of the British Association of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgeons.

Efficient Data Collection Using the Web.Association of British Academic Oral & Maxillo-Facial Surgeons Annual Scientific Meeting, London.

Weight Loss, Dysphagia & Hyper-nasality.143rd Semon Club, Guy’s Hospital, London.

Surgical Treatment Planning in The Third Dimension.The Royal Society of Medicine.

New Frontiers in Digital Technology.National Fellows in Training Annual Conference, Oxford,

Mobile Dental Care: Outcomes vs Expectations.South African High Commission, London.

Advanced Digital Technology in Head and Neck Reconstruction; An Update.Guy’s and St Thomas’ Maxillo-Facial Meeting.

Facial Reanimation; Looking Towards The Future.Luton & Dunstable Postgraduate Meeting.

Which Reconstructive Method Would You Use? Barts and The London Reconstruction Grand Round.

Hemimandibular Hyperplasia: What Would You Do? Barts and The London Orthognathic Grand Round.

Invited Lectures and Reviews.

The 9th London Head & Neck Dissection Course. Lecturer and Anatomy Demonstrator.

The Royal Marsden Hospital; Technological Advancements in Head & Neck Oncology.

BAOMS Annual Scientific Meeting, Dublin. Digital Planning Techniques for Every Surgeon. Tomorrow’s World Today.

Inverness Regional Maxillo-Facial Unit; Developing Advanced Digital Applications for Reconstructive Head & Neck Surgery.

The 8th London Head & Neck Dissection Course. Lecturer and Anatomy Demonstrator.

11th Evidence Based Management Day on Head and Neck Cancer Metastatic Neck disease.

Current Status of Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy in the Head & Neck Cancer. ENT UK, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne.

Academic British Association of Oral & Maxillo-Facial Surgeons Annual Scientific Meeting, London. Improving the Recording of Surgical Outcomes.

Journal of Neurological & Skull Base Surgery. Paper peer reviewer.

Into the Orbit 2010, Tewin Hall, Hertfordshire. A national symposium on the management of orbital injuries.

Originally Authoured Software.

iOncology: Head & Neck SurgeryA cross platform research tool optimised for the iOS and other tablet devices.

Moving beyond DAHNO, A Practical Head and Neck Online System for the MDT. Web 2.0 Application. K.Andi, M McGurk.

Developing the Tools for a National Audit of Maxillo-Facial Injuries. Web 2.0 Application. K. Andi, I. Hutchison.

iHead & Neck. iPhone/Mac. K. Andi. A personal head & neck cancer tool.

A Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Trauma and Emergencies Database. Windows/Mac. K. Andi, N. Ali, J. Carter, I. Hutchison.

A Maxillo-Facial Trauma and Emergencies Tool for SHO’s. Windows/Linux. Ali N, Andi KA, Carter JLB, Smith A.

A Clinical Orthognathic Training Repository. Windows. Andi K, Pinto P, Carter JLB.

Computer Assisted Learning Series; ABC of Zygomatic Fractures. Windows. Andi KA, Reynolds P, Aiken A.

Mr Andi collaborates with several team members who have specific expertise in Radiology, Cosmetic Dentistry, Physiotherapy, Speech and Language Therapy, Diet and Well Being.

Dr Gitta Madani

DR GITTA MADANI

BDS MBBS MRCS FDSRCS FRCR

Consultant Radiologist

  • CONSULTANT RADIOLOGIST

    Charing Cross Hospital NHS Trust

  • CONSULTANT RADIOLOGIST

    St Mary’s Hospital NHS Trust

  • HONORARY SENIOR CLINICAL LECTURER

    Imperial College Medical School University of London

  • Head and neck imaging
  • Skull base imaging
  • Thyroid and parathyroid imaging
  • Salivary imaging and intervention (removal of stones and treatment of duct narrowing)
  • ENT imaging
  • Maxillofacial imaging
  • Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) imaging
  • Head and neck biopsies and fine needle aspiration
  • Orbital imaging

Dr Gitta Madani is a consultant radiologist with a specialist interest in head and neck radiology and is the lead in head and neck imaging at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. She performs every aspect of head and neck radiology including oncology, thyroid, skull base pathology, otological, sinonasal, orbital, salivary, dental, maxillofacial and temporomandibular joint imaging. She undertakes ultrasound-guided fine needle aspiration and biopsy, sialograms and salivary intervention for the removal of calculi and balloon dilatation of strictures. She trained at Imperial College London in medicine and specialised in head and neck radiology at the Royal Free, University College and the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear hospitals. She is involved in radiology training and lectures nationally and internationally on a variety of courses and meetings. Dr Madani’s research interests include thyroid, airway and otology. She is an assistant editor for the Clinical Radiology Journal and the training advisor for the British Society of Head and Neck Imaging.

Bakir, M., Hughes, J., Madani, G. & Sandhu, G. (2015) Delayed presentation of a large congenital laryngeal cleft in an adult. Ann R Coll Surg Engl. Jan, 97(1)
Beale, T. & Madani, G. (2006) Salivary gland anatomy. Seminars in Ultrasound, CT & MRI Dec, 27(6), 436-9
Beale, T., Madani, G. & Morley, S.J. (2009) Imaging of the paranasal sinuses and nasal cavity: normal anatomy and clinically relevant anatomical variants. Semin Ultrasound CT MR, Feb, 30(1), 2-16
Brown, S. & Madani, G. (2014) The windows of the inner ear: a pictorial review. Clin Radiol. Mar, 69(3), e146-e152
Garas, G., Madani, G. & Tolley N. (2012) Radiology quiz case 2. Retropharyngeal prevertebral lipoma. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, Apr, 138(4), 424-5
Hughes, E., Madani, G. & Hughes, J. (2013) Interpretation of computed tomography of the petrous temporal bone. The Otorhinolaryngologist, 6(2), 91-98
Madani, G. & Beale T. (2006) Imaging of inflammatory conditions of the salivary. Seminars in Ultrasound, CT & MRI Dec, 27(6), 440-51
Madani, G. & Beale, T. (2006) Tumours of the salivary glands. Seminars in Ultrasound, CT & MRI , Dec, 27(6), 452-64
Madani, G. & Beale, T. (2009) Differential diagnosis in sinonasal disease. Semin Ultrasound CT MR., Feb, 30(1), 39-45.
Madani, G., Katz, R., Denton, C., Haddock, J. & Bell, J. (2008) The role of radiology in the management of systemic sclerosis. Clin Radiol, (63) 9, 959-67
Madani, G., Papadopoulou, A.M., Holloway, B., Davis, J. & Murray, D. (2007) The radiological manifestations of sickle cell disease. ClinRadiol, 62(6), 528-38
Madani, G. & Beale, T. (2009) Sinonasal inflammatory disease. Semin Ultrasound CT MR, Feb, 30(1), 17-24
Madani G, Beale T, Lund V. Imaging of Sinonasal Tumours. Semin Ultrasound CT MR. 2009 Feb;30(1):25-38.
Madani, G. & Connor, S. (2009) Imaging in pulsatile tinnitus. Clin Radiol. Mar, 64(3), 319-28. British Tinnitus Society Marie and Jack Shapiro Prize
Tatla, T., East, C., Marucci, D.D., Al-Reefy, H., Madani, G., Oakley, R. & Dunaway, D.J. (2014) Frontoethmoidal mucocele following paediatric craniofacial surgery. J Craniofac Surg. Nov, 25(6), 2008-12
Tyler, P.A., Madani, G., Chaudhuri, R., Wilson, L.E. & Dicks, E. (2006) the radiological appearances of thalassaemia. Clin Radiol, Jan, 61(1), 40-52
Varadharajan, K., Stephens, J., Madani, G. & Parikh, A. (2014) Rhinolith causing unilateral chronic maxillary rhinosinusitis. BMJ Case Rep, Apr 17, 2014

Book chapters:
Beale, T. & Madani, G. (2007) Imaging of the deaf child. In J.M. Graham, G.K. Scadding, P.D. Bull (eds) Paediatric ENT, Springer
Madani, G. (2009) Thyroid imaging. In A. Arora, N. Tolley, R.M. Tuttle (eds) Practical Manual of Thyroid and Parathyroid Disease, Blackwell
Madani, G. (in press) Imaging of the salivary glands. In Brennan et al. (eds) Maxillofacial Surgery, Elsevier
Madani, G. & Blunt, D. (2012) Radiological surveillance of the neck. In P. Rhys-Evans, K.J. Harrington, R. Kazi (eds) Issues in Head and Neck Cancer, Byword Publishing
Martin, A., Blunt, D., Madani, G., Sharma, B. (2009) Imaging in head and neck cancer. In P. Rhys-Evans, P.Q. Montgomery, P.J. Gullane (eds) Principles and Practice of Head and Neck Oncology, 2nd Ed, Informa Health Care

Margaret Andi

DR MARGARET ANDI

BDS (Lond) MJDF RCSEng

Cosmetic & General Dentist

  • COSMETIC & GENERAL DENTAL SURGEON

    Ghauri Dental Centre

  • Pain free dentistry
  • Laser dentistry
  • Cosmetic treatments
  • Cerec
  • Nervous patients

Known simply to my patients as ‘Maggie’, I qualified from Barts and The Royal London Dental School in 2003 and received several undergraduate prizes for clinical excellence, oral surgery and communication skills along the way. I completed my vocational training in the Eastern Deanery (Ipswich Scheme) winning the prize for best clinical case presentation. I am dedicated to lifelong learning and have since gone on to ensure that I stay at the top of my general practice profession by ensuring that I am up to date on the various innovations in UK and worldwide dentistry. I hold the highly regarded Membership of the Joint Dental Faculties at the Royal College of Surgeons, England. I was amongst the earliest set of dentists in the UK to offer the prestigious Inman Aligner brace and have since introduced the even more impressive Cfast rapid teeth straightening system to several practices. I am also a leading practitioner in the provision of Cerec 3D same day restorations.

Dr Cohan Rajan

DR COHAN A RAJAN

BDS (Lond) MSc (Hons) (Lond) FICO (NYC) FLD (Genoa) FIADFE (NYC)

Cosmetic & General Dentist

  • DENTAL SURGEON

dental-spa.co.uk

83 Charlotte Street London W1T 4PR

020 7631 3199

“I’m honoured to be advising the London Head and Neck Clinic as Treating Dentist. As an experienced private dentist specialising in general and cosmetic dentistry, adult orthodontics and digital dentistry, I share the holistic and ethical values of the clinic and am delighted to be part of the team.”

  • General and Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Adult Orthodontics
  • CEREC Reference Doctor
  • Facial Rejuvenation
  • Dental Implants
  • Waterlase Laser Dentistry
  • Migraine Relief
  • Somnowell Partner
  • Sedation Clinics

A graduate and postgraduate of Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Dr Rajan is renowned for his meticulous approach to all aspects of dentistry, utilising advanced treatment techniques and state-of-the-art equipment alongside a gentle chair-side manner to soothe and reassure even the most nervous of patients.

This passion for putting patients first is reflected in his many honours and awards. He is a Fellow of the International Academy for Dental-Facial Esthetics, a prestigious peer group fellowship granted in New York in recognition of his exemplary work in the field. He also holds a Fellowship in Laser Dentistry from the University of Genoa, and is a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, an honorary award that reflects his cutting-edge approach to achieving optimum patient outcomes.

Dr Rajan is Dental Phobia certified, specialising in sedation clinics for highly anxious patients. He also trains and advises dental peers and colleagues on the integration of digital dentistry, and is a UK Key Opinion Leader on Waterlase Dentistry, guiding peers’ clinical practice and providing input as to new developments in the field.

Dr Gayani Pitayage

DR GAYANI PITIYAGE

MBBS MRCP FRCP

Consultant Histopathologist

  • CONSULTANT HISTOPATHOLOGIST

    St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Skin, head and neck pathology.

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Lorrette Ffolkes

DR LORRETTE FFOLKES

MBBS MRCP FRCP DipRCPath

Consultant Histopathologist

  • CONSULTANT HISTOPATHOLOGIST – CLINICAL LEAD FOR CELLULAR PATHOLOGY

    St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Skin, head and neck pathology.

Lorrette has been a consultant at St George’s since 2007. She trained at University College Hospital, the Royal Free, Royal Marsden and Royal Brompton.

Hazel Murphy

HAZEL MURPHY

Lifestyle &

Fitness Coach

Hazel Murphy is a health/nutrition and fitness guru with a strong passion for living a healthy lifestyle with over 15 years’ experience in helping people transform their bodies: healing or weight management.  She developed her passion and awareness of the benefits a plant based diet through her own personal experience and the changes she has brought about in others.
She has studied the powers of plant based food and trained as a personal fitness instructor using both to host numerous vegan workshops and fitness programs giving people the confidence to make the right choices for a long and healthy life.

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