Ophthalmology – Eye Care
Ophthalmology involves the study and clinical treatment of eye disorders and diseases.
Your eyes are complex organs, made up of many different parts, and there are numerous eye diseases and conditions that can affect them. Common problems include:
- Cornea conditions
- Retinal disease
At The Yorkshire Clinic we diagnose and treat a wide range of common and complex eye conditions whether you are an NHS or private patient.
Common conditions we can treat:
We also offer diagnostic services to assess conditions including:
We offer the latest treatments including no needle cataract surgery, cornea transplant surgery, and refractive surgery, as well as cosmetic procedures such as blepharoplasty.
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Our highly skilled consultant ophthalmologists at The Yorkshire Clinic diagnose and treat many eye diseases and perform eye surgery.
Many of our ophthalmologists are also involved in scientific research on the causes and cures for eye diseases and vision disorders. They are knowledgeable of and experienced with the latest treatment options and procedures for our patients in order to provide the best care possible.
Prof Faruque Ghanchi
Mr Norman Litvin
Mr Murtuza Mookhtiar
Mr Aldrin Khan
Mr Ishtiyak Mahomed
Mr John James
Mrs Helen Devonport
Blepharoplasty is both a cosmetic and medical procedure to remove the saggy skin and to reposition the fat around the eye, both on the eyelid and below where eye bags form. A blepharoplasty can improve sight where saggy excess skin on your eyelid obstructs your vision.
This procedure is not carried out by our ophthalmology consultants but can be done at The Yorkshire Clinic, under the care of one of our consultant cosmetic surgeons. If you wish to find out more about blepharoplasty treatment, please visit our cosmetic surgery page or contact us on 01274 550655.
If you are an NHS patient, you can choose to come to The Yorkshire Clinic by asking your optician or GP for a referral.
If you wish to pay for your own treatment, you can contact us directly and avoid delay on 01274 550 655 or by emailing us at Yorkshire.email@example.com