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Mr Indy Sian

Ophthalmology

 

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  • Refractive surgery
  • Surgical

About me

Mr Sian is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon with a specialist interest in Cataract surgery, Corneal transplant surgery and Laser Eye Surgery. He is the Corneal lead clinician at Musgrove Park Hospital in Taunton.

Having completed dual training in Ophthalmology and Optometry he undertook advanced specialisation in the medical and surgical management of complex corneal and external eye disease, corneal transplantation, cataract surgery and refractive surgery at the world renowned Moorfields Eye Hospital, London and The Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital.

At Moorfields Eye Hospital, he was trained by leading authorities acquiring the latest surgical techniques in corneal transplantation, vision correction and anterior segment surgery.

Mr Sian manages a wide range of disorders affecting the cornea, ocular surface and external eye as well as general ophthalmology conditions in his role as a NHS Consultant Ophthalmologist at Musgrove Park Hospital.





In his role as a NHS Consultant Mr Sian conducts high volume cataract surgery and is the corneal and external eye disease lead clinician receiving referrals from across the region.

Mr Sian is passionate about improving vision and helping patients reach their visual potential. With his optometric background and knowledge of refraction he is able to discuss and tailor each individuals surgical requirements.

Areas of interest

Cataract Surgery; Cataract Surgery following Laser Refractive surgery (LASIK/ LASEK/ PRK); Premium Intraocular lens surgery including Multifocal and Toric intraocular Lenses; Corneal transplantation DMEK, DALK, DSAEK, DALK; Pterygium surgery; Management of Allergic Eye disease; Management of Blepharitis; Management of Dry Eye; Management of Corneal infections; Contact lens related eye problems; Chalazion/ Conjunctival cyst surgery; Ocular surface defects; Keratoconus diagnosis and treatment; Collagen crosslinking; Fuch’s endothelial dystrophy; Corneal dystrophy; Corneal infections

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