The ophthalmic surgeons at Cambridge Eye Specialists are extremely experienced in diagnosing and treating a range of conditions. Cambridge Eye Specialists is proud to offer a range of eye treatments and a specialised service that is tailored for each individual.
Small incision cataract surgery
We are able to offer bespoke cataract surgery using modern micro-incisional techniques and premium intraocular lenses to suit your requirements. We can deal with all types of cataract ranging from early to advanced cataract, including complex surgery.
We offer diagnosis and ongoing monitoring for all types of glaucoma and ocular hypertension using the latest imaging technology. Treatments offered include medical treatment with eye drops, selective laser treatment for glaucoma and surgery. All treatment options will be fully discussed.
Emergency eye problems
We can diagnose and treat all urgent eye problems including conjunctivitis, red eyes, foreign bodies, sudden visual loss and eye pain. Appointments are available at short notice.
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD)
We can diagnose this sight threatening condition and offer urgent treatment with intravitreal injections to help preserve vision.
Diabetic eye disease
We can diagnose and treat diabetic eye disease including retinal detachments, bleeding and neovascularization. Both laser and surgical treatments are available.
Ocular hypertension can be diagnosed using gold standard Goldmann applanation tonometry. Treatment options include medical treatment with eye drops, selective laser treatment or surgery.
Macular hole and epiretinal membrane surgery
We can diagnose macular holes and epiretinal membranes and offer cutting edge vitreoretinal surgery to treat this condition.
Retinal vein occlusion
We offer rapid diagnosis and treatment options for retinal vein occlusion as well as a full package of investigations to guide prevention in the fellow eye.
Eyelid cysts and lumps
Small eyelid cysts and lumps can often be removed on the day of your consultation as a minor procedure.
Laser capsulotomy treatment after cataract surgery
Capsular opacification after cataract surgery can present as blurring of vision. We are able to diagnose and treat this successfully, usually on the day of consultation.
Most cases of dry eyes can be managed successfully, usually resulting in noticeably greater eye comfort.
Targeted laser treatment for diabetic eye disease, macular oedema and other retinal conditions.
Please contact us with any queries on your specific eye condition as we can offer further advice. We treat a wide range of eye conditions, some of which may not be specifically listed here.
Anaesthetic Choices for Surgery
A range of anaesthetic options are available for all surgical procedures. These include the use of local anaesthetic, general anaesthetic or twilight anaesthesia (intravenous sedation). These options will be fully discussed with you and tailored to your requirements.[/bscolumns]