Eye Surgery Consultants

Suite 216-218
100 Victoria Parade
East Melbourne
VIC 3002

Phone (03) 9654 3500
Fax (03) 9654 3533


Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC)

BCC is the commonest form of skin cancer and it can often affect the skin of the eyelids. It is usually treated by surgery to remove the cancer and then repair the eyelid. Read More


A cataract is a clouding of the clear lens in the eye and is one of the leading causes of vision impairment. Read More

Corneal collagen cross-linking

Although current treatments for keratoconus, such as contact lenses and corneal ring implants, can improve vision, they do not treat the underlying cause, corneal weakness. As such they do not prevent the keratoconus from progressing. Corneal collagen cross-linking aims to address this problem. Read More

Corneal grafts (transplants)

The cornea is the clear tissue (window) on the surface of the eye overlying the iris (coloured part of the eye) and the pupil.  Rarely disease can lead to the need to replace the cornea (a corneal graft, also referred to as a corneal transplant). Read More

DCR (dacryocystorhinostomy) surgery

A DCR is an operation performed for blockage of the ducts that drain the tears from the eye to the nose. A blocked tear duct can cause the eye to water and can also sometimes become infected. Read More

Ectropion of the lower eyelid

Ectropion is a condition where the lower eyelid turns away from the eyeball. It can lead to redness, soreness and watering of the eye. Read More

Entropion of the lower eyelid

Entropion is a condition where the lower eyelid turns in towards the eye, often intermittently, with irritation and watering of the eye due to the eyelashes rubbing the eye. Read More

Lester Jones tear duct bypass tubes

A Lester Jones tear duct bypass tube is sometimes inserted when the normal tear ducts are so damaged that they cannot be repaired or the normal tear ducts do not function at all, leading to a watering eye that cannot otherwise be fixed. Read More

Orbital decompression

Orbital decompression is an operation sometimes performed to help reduce the protrusion of eyes that are very bulgy due to more severe forms of thyroid eye disease. Read More


A pterygium is a common sun induced growth affecting both the white and covering over the coloured part of your eye (the cornea). Read More


Ptosis is a condition where the upper eyelid or lids droops downwards over the eye. There are a number of causes for ptosis but the commonest is simple stretching or loosening of the tendon of the muscle that lifts the upper eyelid. Read More

Thyroid eye disease

Thyroid eye disease (also called Graves’ eye disease) is a condition which is often associated with an overactive thyroid gland. It can lead to protruding, staring eyes and other problems such as watering sore eyes, redness, double vision, and blurred vision. Read More