SERVICES

We offer Treatment for the Following Conditions

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Cataracts

Cataract

A cataract is a clouding of the lens of the eye. This clouding or opacification, can take various forms. In this case it is involving the whole lens.

Lax Lower Eyelid

Lax Lower Eyelid

In majority of cases like this, the eyelid has lost its elasticity and is lax. This has resulted in the lower eyelid being pulled away from the eyeball

Stye / Blocked oil gland

Stye / Blocked oil gland

The medical name for this is a CHALAZION or HORDEOLUM. This is a blocked oil gland.

Drooping Eye Brow

Drooping Eye Brow

The medical name for this is BROW PTOSIS. The brow is droopy and causing the upper lid to sag and hang down

Droopy Upper Eyelid

Droopy Upper Eyelid

The medical name for this is a PTOSIS. A droopy upper lid can occur for various reasons from injuries/trauma to old age.

Watery Eyes

Watery Eyes

The medical name for watery eyes is EPIPHORA. Watery eyes can occur for various reasons from problems with the surface of the eyeball to overproduction of tears and problems with the tear drainage system.

Eyelid Skin cancer

Eyelid Skin cancer

The medical name for this is a BASAL CELL CARCINOMA (BCC). This is a cancerous tumour, which if left untreated can grow into the underlying tissues. Any lump that does not completely heal within 2-3 months should be regarded as suspicious.

Skin Tags

Skin Tags

The medical name for this is a PAPILLOMA or FIBROEPITHELIAL POLIP. It is a benign tumour

Eyelid / Facial Spasm - Botox / Bont

Eyelid / Facial Spasm - BoNT

Involuntary Eyelid or Facial spasms. Conditions include - Blepharospasm, hemifacial spasm, Facial spasms and Apraxia of eyelid opening

Inflammed Eyelid Margins

Inflammed Eyelid Margins

This can involve either the front or back layers of the eyelid. The eyelash roots often have dandruff-like crusts on them. Symptoms - grittiness, burning, dry, sticky, redness & discomfort.

Blepharitis

Inflamed Eyelid & Blepharitis

Blepharitis is inflammation of the eyelid margin. This can involve either the front or back layers of the eyelid. The eyelash roots often have dandruff-like crusts on them. Symptoms - grittiness, burning, dry, sticky, redness & discomfort.

Blocked inflammed Tearducts

Blocked inflammed Tearducts

The medical name for this is a DACRYOCYSTITIS. Both tear ducts are blocked and inflamed. The left side is worse than the right.

Dry Eyes

Dry Eyes

Dry eyes can occur for a variety of reasons. Causes include medication, immune system problems, previous syugery, inflammed/blocked or scarred tear glands and or oil glands etc.Symptoms include discomfort, redness, stinging, burning and also paradoxically watering - usually due to poor quality tears

Eye lid cyst

Eye lid cyst

The medical name for this is a APOCRINE HYDROCYSTOMA. This is a benign cystic tumour

Other Medical Treatments

Other Medical Treatments

GLAUCOMA, LASER TREATMENT AFTER CATARACT SURGERY or for Certain types of glaucoma, CONJUNTIVITIS, Episcleritis, Uveitis, Iritis & More
Please do not assume that you have any of these conditions because your problem looks similar. If you have any eye problems or eye/eyelid lumps, you must consult an Optometrist, GP or Eye Doctor (Ophthalmologist).

Why Choose Us

Ethical, Honest & Transparent

We practice safe and responsible ophthalmic and oculoplastic surgery. We genuinely care about your problem and will offer you accurate information personalised and tailored individually for you, because everyone is different. We will also inform you of other options available if surgical treatment is not necessarily needed.

Competent and Comprehensive Skill Sets

Our goal is to leave you with a good aesthetic outcome, rather than an unnatural look. We also ensure that any oculoplastic surgery does not pose unnecessary risks to your eyes. We have extensive clinical skill that enables us to treat your problem (medically or surgically) to obtain the best outcomes

Clinical Excellence

Safety and good clinical outcomes are absolutely essential in eye and facial plastic surgery. This is our goal for every single person we consult. We  constantly benchmark our work with established clinical standards and to ensure we continue to achieve the most optimal outcome for each person. 

 

 

Oculoplastic Surgeons Vs Plastic Surgeons

For more information about this and for a list of accredited oculoplastic surgeons see the British Oculoplastic Surgery Society.

Oculoplastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

Trained in Eyelid Surgery

Trained to treat specific eyelid disease such as lid alignment problems, malpositioned eyelids,droopy eyelids, eyelid cancer,etc

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Performs other plastic surgery such as breast augumentation, tummy tucks, etc

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Performs eye surgery, eyelid surgery, and eyelid related surgery, including tear drainage surgery

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Specifically trained to examine the eye and eyelid

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Can identify new and pre-existing eye disease and institute appropriate management

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Can examine the eye pre-operatively to ensure there are no eye related conditions that might affect lid surgery and also ensure that there are no eye related complications post-operatively.

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Can identify and manage any eye related post-operative complications should they arise

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