Associate Professor Geoff Wilcsek

A/Prof Wilcsek is an Adult and Paediatric Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, with a specific interest in endoscopic approaches to the lacrimal system and orbit.

Dr Patrick Versace

Doctor Patrick Versace is a cataract and refractive surgeon with more than 25 years’ experience as a specialist ophthalmologist.

Professor Stephanie Watson

Professor Stephanie Watson is an eye surgeon specialising in cataract, corneal and laser surgery; with expertise in eye disease in adults and children.

Blurred Vision (refractive error)

If you have a visual problem, the first thing to determine is whether the problem is caused by a refractive error, or if there is an underlying medical condition.

Dr Hughie Tsang

Dr Tsang is a Comprehensive Ophthalmologist and an Ophthalmic
Surgeon, who graduated from his medical degree in Queensland
in 1998.

SMILE (small incision lenticule extraction)

SMILE (small incision lenticule extraction) is the latest advance in laser eye surgery, taking laser eye surgery to a whole new level. SMILE is a minimally invasive, single-step process, with one laser used to cut a precise disc of corneal tissue which is subsequently removed through a tiny laser incision. The entire SMILE procedure is […]

ICL (implantable contact lens)

ICL (implantable contact lens) is a contact lens implanted over the eye’s existing lens. The ICL is a very thin lens similar to a normal prescription contact lens and works in much the same way to adjust and improve vision. ICL has the advantage of being reversible and is used for higher prescription corrections or […]

RLE (refractive lens exchange)

RLE (refractive lens exchange) is the most suitable surgical option for age-related vision loss. It is also an option for severe myopia, severe hyperopia and severe astigmatism. RLE is similar to modern cataract surgery, where the natural lens is replaced with permanent intraocular lens. RLE is often recommended for patients over the age of 50 […]

Macular Degeneration

MD refers to a group of degenerative diseases of the retina that cause progressive, painless loss of central vision, affecting the ability to see fine detail, drive, read and recognise faces.