Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery

As the most senior and longest-serving oculoplastic surgeon at Moorfields Eye Hospital, Mr Uddin has considerable experience in cosmetic and reconstructive eye surgery for common as well as complex, revisional and unusual cases. With a national and international referral base, he is known for delivering exceptional and personalised care, resulting in the most effective surgical outcomes. He offers a comprehensive range of treatments in an open and safe clinical environment.

Mr Uddin believes that both aesthetics and function are important. All treatments and procedures are tailored to the individual, taking into account their personal needs, wishes and unique characteristics. Mr Uddin is passionate about giving patients autonomy over their care and always discusses the realistic outcomes and side effects with any given treatment.

The aesthetic and cosmetic aspects of eyelid changes are often apparent and most important to the individual. These need to be addressed with an understanding of visual function and the delicate, complex and inter-connected anatomy of the eyelids, face and orbit. Mr Uddin is passionate about providing the best, most suitable treatment promptly, so that his patients can have an improved quality of life and feel better about themselves.


Why choose an oculoplastic surgeon for eyelid conditions?

Oculoplastic surgeons are best placed to assess, diagnose and plan for the needs of eyelid and periocular conditions, placing emphasis on eye function, as well as aesthetics. Oculoplastic surgeons train as ophthalmologists (general care of the eye) and then undertake further training in eyelid, facial and orbital aspects of eyelid problems and ageing. Oculoplastic surgeons understand the special periocular anatomical and functional relationships of structures in this area of the face.

  • A blepharoplasty is an operation to rejuvenate the eyelids and in some cases to improve vision where excess skin is obscuring it.
  • It may involve removal of excess eyelid skin.
  • Depending on an individual the muscle or fat underlying the skin may also be removed or repositioned.
  • In addition the lower lid may be tightened surgically.
  • The procedure can be carried out in the upper or lower eyelid.

Mr Uddin is an active member of the European Society of Ophthalmic Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery (ESOPRS) and was a founding member of the British Oculoplastic Surgical Society (BOPSS). He continues to keep updated with the latest techniques and advances in oculoplastic surgery, so he is able to offer his patients the latest and most effective treatment options.

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Moorfields Private Outpatient Centre

9-11 Bath St EC1V 9LF
London (Central London)

Moorfields Private Practice

8 Upper Wimpole St W1G 6LH
London (Central London)

Parkside Hospital

53 Parkside SW19 5NX
London (Wimbledon)

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