This is vision surgery - Laser, Lasik, Lens and more....
Whether you choose to change your life through laser vision correction, want freedom from reading glasses, or want the most advanced lens implant when you have cataract surgery, great results and safety should be at the forefront of your mind. There are now a huge number of options for vision surgery including correction of very high levels of short sight and astigmatism. Corneal transplantation for conditions like Fuchs' dystrophy have also evolved to the point of keyhole cell transplants.
The key to better vision and the best standards of care depend on the skills and experience of your eye surgeon.
.....are precious and unique
They change throughout your lifetime. Your vision and visual needs will be different in 10 years time to what they are today. Luckily medicine and technology are evolving and advancing to meet this need and solutions exist for every visual challenge that you'll encounter throughout your life. The best treatment for you depends on your age and activities. Mr Angunawela offers a personalised bespoke approach to your eye care that takes into account what will serve you best now and for years to come.
Surgery and technology
All surgery is performed at Moorfields Eye Hospital giving you the peace of mind that you'll have your care provided at an international centre of excellence. You will have access to state-of-the-art technology including the latest Schwind Amaris laser eye surgery, latest lens technology including the Physiol FineVision Trifocal, Zeiss trifocal toric multifocal or Technis Symfony intraocular lenses and the Visian implantable contact lens for very high levels of short sight. Mr Angunawela is also one of the few surgeons in the UK to offer laser cataract surgery and uses the Catalys laser. Corneal collagen cross-linking for keratoconus is performed with the Avedro rapid system and is combined with laser surgery.
About your eye surgeon
Mr Angunawela BM, MD, FRCOPhth, FRCS, Cert LRS is a Consultant Eye Surgeon at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London where he is a specialist in cornea, lens and laser eye surgery. Mr Angunawela is a dual corneal and refractive fellowship trained eye surgeon and performs a comprehensive range of surgeries including small incision cataract surgery, multifocal lens surgery and laser eye surgery including LASIK, LASEK and trans-PRK, Visian ICL surgery and complex corneal transplantation including DMEK for Fuchs' dystrophy. Due to his broad experience he is able to offer a choice of treatments that serve the patient best.
Mr Angunawela is a NHS Consultant at Moorfields Eye Hospital where he is Director of Corneal Fellowship Training and Director of the Moorfields Lions Eye Bank. He is also a Honorary Clinical Lecturer at University College London (UCL) and the University of London, St George's Medical School. Moorfields Eye Hospital is over 200 years old and is recognised as a centre of excellence and one of the leading eye hospitals in the world. As an NHS consultant he primarily treats patients with corneal diseases and cataract, and regularly performs corneal transplantation.
He can be consulted privately at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London.