Mr Ahmad Aziz

Ophthalmologist Consultant, Oculoplastic, Lacrimal and Orbital Surgeon

Eye Doctor with care tailored to you

I am a Ophthalmologist Consultant and Eye Doctor in London.


Blepharoplasty is a type of surgery that repairs droopy skin of the eyelids that develops with time. It may involve a reduction excess skin
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Eyelid surgery

The following conditions can be treated: Blepharoplasty, Ptosis (droopy eyelid), Eye brow lift, Entropion, Ectropion, Trichiasis (ingrowing lashes), Eyelid chalazion
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Lacrimal (water eye)

Watery eye is an overlooked condition that has a significant impact on the quality of life. With thorough assessment the correct surgical option
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Cataract surgery

The Care You Deserve in Central London Having done over 1500 cataract operations, treatment for patients as an Ophthalmologist
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Eyelid Surgery & Oculoplastic Surgeon in London

An Oculoplastic specialist surgeon in London


London oculoplastic surgeon specialising in eyelid surgery with treatments tailored to the person’s eyelid and their anatomy. Oculoplastics is the specialist field of plastic surgery dedicated to the area around the eye. Seeing an Oculoplastic surgeon means that you are seeing someone who understands and specialises in this small region which has some of the thinnest skin in the body. Oculoplastic surgery includes treatments to the skin surrounding the eye whether that be injections to relax the underlying muscle as in the condition of blepharospasm.

Eye Doctor with care tailored to you


Eyelids & Oculoplastics



Blepharoplasty is a type of surgery that repairs droopy skin of the eyelids that develops with time.
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Eye brow lift

Eye brow ptosis is a the condition where the eye brow is droopy. This can cause an overhang of upper eyelid skin over the lashes Read More

Ptosis (droopy eyelid)

Ptosis is the medical name given when one or both the upper eyelids are droopy. The droopy eyelid causes ptosis
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Entropion is the name given to a condition in which the eyelid turns inwards resulting in the eyelashes rubbing against the surface of the eye.
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Ectropion is the term used to describe a condition where the eyelid turns out and droops away from the eye.
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A lump on the eyelid that has recently appeared can be painful and unsightly. It can affect our confidence and how you perform at work.
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Xanthelasma are yellow deposits that can occur in the eyelids due to cholesterol lying underneath the skin. Xanthelasma is not harmful and is painless.
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Trichiasis is the term given to lashes that grow inward towards the eye when the eyelid is in a normal position. A number of different conditions
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Cataract Assessment and
Surgery with your Ophthalmologist.



Treatment allowing you to go home the same day


Giving faster recovery. You can be asleep or given a sedative if you are very nervous.


Most cases take less than half an hour to do although a small proportion do take longer.

Cataract surgery essentials

During cataract surgery, the cloudy cataract lens inside your eye that has become is removed.

Laser cataract surgery

Femtosecond lasers — similar to the lasers used to create the corneal flap in all-laser LASIK — have been approved for use in cataract surgery.

Preparing for cataract surgery

Prior to cataract surgery, your ophthalmologist will perform a comprehensive examination for the eyes to check the overall health


Mr Ahmad Aziz

Consultant Ophthalmologist, Oculoplastic, Lacrimal and Orbital Surgeon

About Us

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Fellow of The Royal College of Ophthalmologists
Member of The Royal College of Surgeons of England
Consultant at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Private Secretary

5-10 Beaumont Street

Fourth Floor Private Patients
153-173 Marylebone Road

22A Harley Street

Eye Doctor with care tailored to you

Ophthalmologist dedicated to your eye care – Mr Ahmad Aziz

I am an Eye Doctor and  Ophthalmologist Consultant in London. My main subspecialty areas including Cataract Surgery, Blepharoplasty, General Ophthalmology and Oculoplastic conditions around the eye. I work in medical centers in Harley Street and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust at the Western Eye Hospital and Charing Cross Hospital where all staff members are approachable and happy to answer your questions from the front desk right through to every department. Here you can see the following services I offer for the health and treatment of your vision problems. As an eye doctor I take pride in my work and my patients. I help my patients to restore their vision and treat their eye conditions in a way that best suits their needs and lifestyle. Eye surgery is delicate and requires care and attention from your eye surgeon. Whether you are suffering from irritation of the eyes, dry eye, lumps and bumps around the eyes, watery eyes, droopy eyelids, thyroid eye disease or other eyelid conditions you should choose a specialist doctor dedicated to the field. Cataract is a common condition and corrective lenses can be used at the time of surgery to correct vision and provide outcomes similar to those of refractive surgery or laser eye surgery.

I follow the latest updates and guidance from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and the American Academy of Ophthalmology to offer the highest quality care with safe and effective treatments based on clinical trial data. I have an approach that is open and honest in what can be achieved and how it can meet patient expectations.

As an ophthalmologist I am a medical doctor and graduated from medical school at UCL in London graduating with an MBBS which is the equivalent to an M.D. in the USA. I underwent general surgical training before undergoing in depth training in ophthalmology services with the London Deanery and Moorfields Eye Hospital and fellowship training in Oculoplastics at Moorfields Eye Hospital and Imperial. I have an interest in patient care and improving patient outcomes and have presented my work internationally. I am able to work with other healthcare professionals and understand your vision tests from your local opticians who practice optometry.

Your eyes are important to you and to me as well.

What is the difference between an optometrist and an ophthalmologist?

Opticians have graduated from an optometry school and are a valuable and easily accessible resource for primary vision care offering routine eye exams. At their optometry office or optical shop they screen for eye problems and provide vision correction and fit eyeglasses. Optometrists can offer designer frames to give you more confidence in wearing glasses and provide a contact lens prescription. An optometrist can refer you to an eye specialist in an eye care clinic if there are complex eye diseases requiring treatment or a form of vision therapy. You may see an optometrist in a hospital or primary care setting providing advanced care together with an ophthalmologist. Regular eye exams are important for eye health and to receive information on routine eye care and to update your contact prescription or update your glasses prescription. They usually change an affordable administrative fee for a routine vision exam. You may have an insurance plan with vision insurance that can cover these assessments by your optometrist.

Ophthalmologists are able to provide medical and surgical eye care. They use the information from the comprehensive eye exam along with their assessment of your eyes with the latest technology including OCT and an understanding of your health problems to provide medical treatment. If necessary a surgical procedure may be advised to treat your eye problem or vision changes and maintain healthy vision. Eye abnormalities can have a significant impact on vision and appearance. Health conditions such as age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, diseases like glaucoma affecting the optic nerve and infections from contact lenses can have a significant impact on the ability to see and require an ophthalmologist assessment. Macular degeneration if presenting with a sudden drop in vision or distortion would need to be seen urgently as it is a major contributor of visual loss in the United Kingdom. Many assessments and procedures including pediatric ophthalmologist assessments may be covered by your insurance company if you have private healthcare insurance if you have it. Please make sure to check your policy and contact your insurance provider.



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