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Surgical, Medical and Laser services - including Laser Cataract Surgery

Surgical

  • Cataract surgery and anterior segment repair
    • Early to advanced cases 
    • Sutureless surgery with the latest technology to maximise visual potential
    • Laser cataract surgery: the most advanced cataract surgery is now available 
  • Refractive surgery
    • Refractive lens exchange 
    • Implantable contact lens
  • Glaucoma surgery (filtering and glaucoma implant procedures)
  • Pterygium excision and conjunctival graft using a technique similar to the patented technique of Professor Lawrence Hirst.
  • Corneal surgery: scar excision, transplants (including DSEK), surgery for keratoconus
  • Eyelid surgery:
    • Skin lesion removal and periocular reconstruction including minimally invasive techniques for cancer excision
    • Ectropion or entropion repair 
    • Cosmetic eyelid surgery (upper or lower lid Blepharoplasty)

Laser

  • Laser cataract surgery
  • Nd:YAG capsulotomy (cleaning scar tissue from behind the intraocular lens)
  • SLT (Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty): lowers the intraocular pressure and may reduce the need for drops in patients with glaucoma. 
  • Peripheral iridotomy (in some cases of glaucoma)
  • Diabetic laser treatments (only required for advanced disease)
  • Retinal laser for peripheral tears (laser to prevent retinal detachment)

Medical

  • Glaucoma follow-up and non-surgical management  
  • Ocular surface disease including severe dry eye management
  • Macular disease, including macular degeneration and diabetic macular oedema
  • Skin checks: skin cancers of the face and eyes are common in Australia and some need to be biopsied or surgically removed whilst others can be monitored with serial photography. 
  • Retinal imaging including photography, fluorescein angiograms, and OCT measurement

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