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Surgical and Non-Surgical Specialities

Refractive Lens Exchange

The natural lens in the eye is removed and replaced with a premium intraocular lens to improve the distant, intermediate and near vision. This is a procedure offered to patients over 45 years of age seeking to achieve independence from glasses.

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Cataract Surgery

Patients can have their cataracts removed and simultaneously achieve glasses independence for distance, intermediate and reading tasks. Similar to Refractive Lens Surgery in that the natural lens in the eye (in this case the cataract) is removed and replaced with a specialised premium lens implant.

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Sulcoflex Lenses

This is a highly advanced supplementary intraocular lens that can be placed in front of pre-existing intraocular lens from previous cataract surgery to reduce the prescription (long sightedness, short sightedness and astigmatism) and also to introduce multifocality to the eye.

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Visian® ICL™

This is a procedure whereby a specialised collamer lens is inserted inside the eye in front of the natural lens to correct the most common visual problem, myopia or short sightedness. It is a removable lens implant, thereby making it an attractive alternative to laser eye surgery and other refractive procedures.

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Laser Eye Surgery

Specialised lasers called Excimer laser and Femtosecond laser are used to precisely re-shape the front dome of the eye (cornea). This effectively precisely imprints the prescription of the glasses to the eye surface to enable glasses/contacts free vision.

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Dry Eyes

This is a very common condition that is often overlooked by medical practitioners. Whilst tear supplements can help, identifying an underlying cause can be very important. There is a whole array of treatment options available for management of persistent dry eyes.

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Karatoconus X-Linking

Karatoconus affects approximately 1 in 2000 people in the UK The condition can progress with time leading to significant visual loss and patient may eventually require a corneal transplant. Corneal cross-linking (CXL) makes the cornea stronger and may help to avoid corneal transplantation.

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General Eye Care

As well as the speciality services already details, I can also provide care for general eye conditions including glaucoma (medical and surgical), corneal diseases, oculoplastics, medical retina and ocular emergency.

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Medico-Legal Services

As an expert in preparing reports on clinical negligence and personal injury, I provide advice to claimants and defendants. I have dealt with all aspects of General Ophthalmology, Ocular Trauma, Oculoplastic, Anterior Segment, Intraocular lenses, premium lens implantation, Cataract and Refractive surgery (laser and surgical).

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Typical Procedures...

Cataract Surgery

This is the most commonly performed elective surgery in modern medicine. Patients will be seen at the one stop clinics whereby following a detailed assessment of their eyes, they have a chance of discussing the suitable lens options. Cataract surgery is usually performed under local anesthesia (whereby the surgery is completely painless and patients do not see the surgery due to the bright microscope light) or general anesthesia if required. Surgery usually only takes 5-10 minutes to performed. Follow up arrangements will be made following discharge from surgery. Most patients will notice significant visual improvement within a few days following the surgery.



A very common eye condition affecting up to 1 in 2000 people. Patients usually present with loss of vision or increasing astigmatism in their 20s. Some patients may present themselves for consideration of visual correction surgery. Keratoconus may be progressive although the eyes do stabilize when patients reach 30-40 years old. Patients with keratoconus should have regular check with their optometrists to ensure stability of their prescription and also regular tomography to ensure that the corneal ectasia remain stable. The introduction of corneal cross linking over 15 years ago has revolutionised the care of patients with keratoconus leading to significantly less patients who progress to needing corneal transplantation.


Premium Intraocular lens implants

Patients' visual demand has increased in the over the years. Patients are now seeking solution to become less dependent on their glasses or contact lenses as they age. An intraocular lens is implanted in the eye a part of treatment during cataract surgery to restore the refractive function of the eye. Premium lens implants can now be used to introduce complex optics in the eye to provide a better range of vision compared to standard monofocal lens implant. Refractive lens exchange can also be offered to patients prior to development of cataract with implantation of premium lens implant to improve their vision.