Getting surgery can be a experience. But, not when you come through our service. Our dedicated team will put you completely at ease. We’ll provide you with all the support you need to ensure a speedy recovery while also inspiring confidence, every step of the way. If you would like to know more about our services, then please take a look below.

Premium Cataract Surgery

Cataracts often develop when protein clumps together, or through discolouration. The lens of the eye consists of water and protein, and when the protein clumps together, it clouds the lens and restricts the amount of light that can reach the retina. Eventually, the lens will slowly change to a brown or yellow colour. This tint becomes far more prominent over time and makes it incredibly challenging to identify specific colours.

Premium cataract surgery is by far the most effective treatment for cataracts. This procedure will require the lens to be removed before it is replaced by an intraocular lens. A tiny incision is made around the cornea, removing the lens that has clouded and then a new one is inserted. Your vision will be restored, and the healing time is minimal.

Premium Intraocular Implants

Premium Intraocular Implants

A premium intraocular lens can be used to treat those who have cataracts, to reduce the dependency on glasses. The most common premium intraocular implants include Trifocal, Toric and extended depth of focus intraocular lenses.

Trifocal lenses provide excellent vision after the surgery at varying distances. They work in a similar way to varifocal lenses. The toric lens is used to treat astigmatism, which can be undertaken during cataract surgery.

Cornea Transplants

We are proud to offer selected patients the endothelial keratoplasty procedure, (also known as DSAEK or DMEK) and also anterior lamellar keratoplasty (DALK) , which is associated with much faster rehabilitation, less astigmatism, and less long-term risk than traditional penetrating keratoplasty (full thickness transplant).

If you have damaged or weakened corneas that are affecting your vision, a corneal transplant may be right for you. The most common indications for corneal transplantation are keratoconus, Fuchs’ corneal dystrophy and corneal scars.

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Glaucoma occurs when the optic nerve has become damaged. Usually, (not always), the damage occurs because of pressure within the eye increases and presses on the nerve, which damages it. Sometimes, other diseases of the eye can cause the pressure to rise within the eye. This group of conditions is called secondary glaucoma.

The vision that has been lost because of glaucoma cannot be recovered. But, if you get diagnosed earlier enough, you can stop further damage to your eye. Complete blindness is rare, but if you are prompt with your treatment, then you can stop it from getting worse.


Keratoconus is a progressive disease of the cornea shape and generally affects both eyes (usually one more than the other). The underlying problem is weakness of the supporting collagen fibres of the cornea.

As a result, the cornea assumes a more conical shape with resultant irregular astigmatism or what is defined as an “irregular rugby ball shape”.

Mr Gangwani uses the Avedro rapid crosslinking system for treatment of keratoconus. The Avedro system is proven to halt the progression of keratoconus in over 90% of cases.


Book an Appointment

If you would like to book an appointment, or to find out more information about any particular procedure, please contact us today. We will listen to understand your vision problems, before providing you with a carefully thought out solution that’s based on both our professional opinion and years of experience.