I am a successful contact lenses wearer. As my eyelids are drooping, my Optometrist suggested that I might benefit in the future by having surgery to avoid eyelashes turning inwards and causing discomfort. I am interested to know more about what is involved but in particular, approximate costs. I have…
Hello & thanks for your question.I am sure your surgeon will have provided you with the necessary information post-vitrectomy & best to clarify with him again so you are clear what to expect.
Mr Ham provides a comprehensive ophthalmic service for both adult and paediatric patients.
Mr Ham trained at Sydney Eye Hospital, obtaining his fellowship in 2001. He spent one year at Cheltenham Hospital, UK 2000, gaining further experience in glaucoma management. This was followed by additional experience gained in paediatric ophthalmology at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, UK 2001.
Mr Ham currently provides a comprehensive ophthalmic service, including both adult and paediatric cataract surgery, glaucoma management, adult and paediatric squint surgery, pterygium excision, lid surgery including reconstruction post-removal of lid tumours, management of diabetic retinopathy with on-site laser.
Mr Ham performs minor procedures in his room as well as performing intravitreal injection of anti-VEGF for 'wet' maculopathy.
Mr Ham operates at Perth Eye Hospital in West Perth and Bentley Hospital.
He consults at Princess Margaret Hospital as well as at his satellite room in Armadale.
- General ophthalmology
- Glaucoma management
- Anterior segment surgery
- Oculoplastic surgery
- Paediatric ophthalmology
- FRANZCO Sydney 2001
- MBBS University of Western Australia 1991