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Case study – Charlotte

*Individual results may vary. What was your initial reason to see Dr Jason Roth? By the time I was heading to high school I already hated my nose. My nose started to grow more and more noticeable and out of proportion with the rest of my face. Soon all I saw in the mirror was […]

Case study – Katherine

*Individual results may vary. What was your initial reason to see Dr Jason Roth? I had a lot of trouble breathing through my nose and was also getting quite a few sinus infections. Please describe how this condition affected your daily life? The breathing problems affected my sleep – making me wake up 2-3 times […]

Exophthalmos surgery

What is exophthalmos (proptosis)? Exophthalmos refers to a condition where the eyes become more prominent and bulge outwards. It can occur in both eyes or just on one side. Common causes include Graves’ Disease, cysts and tumours. Graves’ Disease is a multisystem disorder associated with an overactive thyroid and protein depositions within the muscles of […]

Allergies and coughs

Allergies and coughs Can my allergies be causing my cough? Yes. If you have an irritating cough, it can often be a sign of cold, however it is also a symptom of allergies. Colds and allergies have very similar symptoms for example: sneezing, coughing and having a runny nose. Allergies and colds are different conditions […]

Learn about pollens before the hay fever season

Grass and Cereal Pollens Exposure to pollen can cause hay fever and asthma almost year round in parts of Australia. It is extremely difficult to avoid outside the house throughout a lot of the warmer parts of the year. Grasses (particularly improved pasture grasses) that were introduced for livestock disperse vast amounts of airborne pollen, […]

Otoplasty (Ear Pinning)

How common are prominent ears? Prominent ears are the most frequent congenital abnormality of the head and neck. They affect both genders equally and occur in approximately 5% of the population. While most prominent ears problems are congenital some do result from previous trauma or injury. What age should prominent ears be corrected? Prominent ears […]

Time to Move from Injectable Treatments to Surgery?

Injectable treatments are often effective way to reverse early signs of ageing and postpone the need for more invasive surgical procedures. However, most patients reach a point when they discover the injectable alternatives are no longer as effective as they once were. How do you know when it is time to make the move from […]

The Mini Facelift

Surgical face lifts have evolved considerably, since their “windswept” look that was common in the early years of the procedure. Today, new techniques allow for customisation of the procedure, offering patients natural results tailored to their specific concerns. For some patients, this might mean a less invasive procedure, known as a mini facelift, which is […]

Why Winter is a Good Time to Treat Exostoses

Are you suffering from exostoses, also known as “surfer’s ear”? If you are experiencing uncomfortable symptoms from this condition, treatment is available. Winter is the perfect time to explore your treatment options since you are less likely to be surfing or swimming during this time of the year. What are Exostoses?Exostoses are bony growths that […]

Case Study 3 – Louise

What was your initial reason to see Dr. Jason Roth? I saw Dr. Roth on referral for chronic sinusitis from the time of my last pregnancy in 2011. I had also previously in 1999, had a consultation for Rhinoplasty and had been put off by the expense. An old work colleague had been a patient […]