Dr Ring’s specialisations:
- No needle anaesthesia (safe for patients on aspirin and warfarin)
- No pain (numbing anaesthetic gel)
- No sutures (“key-hole” small incision surgery)
- No eye patch (useful vision through a clear protective shield returns in minutes)
- No worries - sedation provided by a specialist anaesthetist, if you desire
Fine Vision Intraocular lens surgery:
Typically for regular vision correction, but also suited to cataracts. Uniquely, this procedure can maintain ‘binocular single vision’ in the long-sighted person. This option means you don’t lose your depth of vision.
Removal of skin tumours of the eyelid and repositioning both upper and lower eyelids as well as management of watery eyes through eyelid or tear duct surgery.
iLASIK Laser eye surgery
Laser eye surgery, or laser vision correction, involves the use of a laser to change the shape of the surface of the eye, the cornea. By altering the shape of the cornea, laser eye surgery can remove any focusing error. It corrects Shortsightedness, Longsightedness and Astigmatism.