Here to Help You See Clearly
We have a wealth of experience and knowledge in helping patients through their eyesight problems. Take a look at the list of conditions we treat:
Glaucoma is a common eye condition where the optic nerve becomes damaged. The optic nerve connects the eye to the brain and damage causes visual loss.
It’s usually caused by fluid building up in the front part of the eye, which increases pressure inside the eye. Glaucoma can lead to loss of the field of vision if it’s not diagnosed and treated early. We have the latest technology to detect and treat glaucoma before it causes visual loss. We are able to perform laser for all types of glaucoma including SLT, which is becoming the gold-standard treatment and can avoid a lifetime of eye drops.
Eyelid problems are very common and can interfere significantly with quality of life. Mr Haq is our eyelid (Oculoplastic) specialist. He performs all types of eyelid surgery from simple lump and bump removal, droopy eyelid surgery to complex eyelid reconstruction and will be able to advise on any eyelid condition.
Our Consultants have extensive experience in treating Dry Eye Syndrome. Whether it is mild, requiring simple measures or more severe needing complex medical treatment; we will be able to give you expert advice and guide you through an individualised stepwise plan to find the best solution that works for you. As well as offering a full range of medical treatments, our consultants can offer surgical treatments for dry eye treatment including punctal plugs and cautery.
Blepharitis is a chronic eyelid condition which is commonly associated with Dry Eye Syndrome. Both our Consultants are experts in blepharitis diagnosis and treatment. We can offer specialist advice on the best treatment to optimise your blepharitis and make your eyes feel more comfortable long-term.
Watery eyes can have various causes. At Sarum Vision we have experienced Consultants who specialise in watery eye assessment and management. Mr Haq is a tear duct surgery (Lacrimal) specialist and will be able to advise you on the best way to treat your watery eye. Some of the procedures that Mr Haq performs in relation to watery eyes are:
- Tear duct syringing/flushing
- Tear drainage hole enlargement (punctoplasty)
- Tear duct bypass surgery (dacryocystorhinostomy)
- Ectropion (eyelids rolling out)
- Lid tightening
Cornea and external eye disease
Mr Wakefield is a Cornea and External Eye diseases specialist. Corneal disease has significant effects on vision. His in-depth knowledge, means that he can also assess and advise on treatments for all types of corneal condition from allergic eye disease, to keratoconus and corneal decompensation requiring corneal transplantation.
A cataract is a clouding of the natural focusing lens inside your eye. Your lens sits just behind your iris, the coloured part of your eye. Normally your lens is clear and helps to focus the light entering your eye.
Laser after cataract surgery
Occasionally following cataract surgery the transparent membrane the lens implant rests on inside the eye can become hazy. This is called “posterior capsular opacification”, sometimes referred to as “after cataract”. At Sarum Vision we have the latest laser equipment to remove the hazy membrane and restore clarity of vision.
Other Conditions We Treat
Our specialist Consultant Eye Surgeons at Sarum Vision have a full range of Ophthalmology experience and would be happy to see you whatever your eye condition. From retinal problems, such as macular degeneration, to unexplained visual disturbance you will be safe in our experienced hands. So if you can’t find what you’re looking for on the website, then please get in touch and our friendly team will be happy to arrange a consultation.
- Red eyes
- Allergic eye disease (itchy eyes, hayfever, eyelid eczema)
- Corneal dystrophies
- Recurrent corneal erosions
- Sjogren syndrome
- Corneal grafting
- Ocular surface lesions
- Thyroid eye disease surgery
- Eye removal
- Eye socket surgery
- Childrens (paediatric surgery)
- Keratitis including herpetic eye diseases
- Lens replacement, lens exchange, lens explantation, aphakia correction
An initial Consultation is £200 and depending on your eye condition you may need further tests which incur an additional cost. A follow-up consultation costs £140.
We have the latest equipment which allows us to precisely diagnose, monitor and treat various eye problems. Your consultant may recommend that you have specific tests to optimise your care. Because we have “state-of-the-art” equipment we also provide tests for patients seen at other hospitals.