IRIS Ophthalmic Surgery
IRIS Ophthalmic Surgery is a boutique medical practice aiming to provide the best & highest quality medical & surgical care. We prefer a personal and individualised approach, tailoring our services to suit your needs wherever possible. When you choose IRIS Ophthalmic Surgery, you are choosing reassurance, integrity, comprehensive care and careful decision making.
At IRIS Ophthalmic Surgery, we use state-of-the-art equipment and our highly qualified doctors are actively involved in the forefront of ophthalmic research to bring you the latest updates.
Contact us now for an appointment.
880 Toorak Road
Glen Iris, Vic 3146
Corner of Toorak & Burke Road.
Entrance on Burke Road.
P: (03) 9822 3881
F: (03) 9822 3488
COVID-19: We will be spacing out appointment times and we ask that you keep to the allocated time slot to attend your appointment. Please always wear a mask when attending. If you feel unwell, develop fever, shortness of breath, a cough or respiratory illness, please do not attend IRIS Surgery. Instead, let us know to defer your appointment.
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A medical doctor who has undertaken additional specialist training in the diagnosis, management and surgical treatment of disorders of the eye and visual system.
Ophthalmologists trained in Australia receive their fellowship from RANZCO, which is the accredited specialist medical college for Australia & New Zealand.
An ophthalmologist in Australia and New Zealand is required to have undertaken a minimum of 12-14 years of medical & ophthalmic training, comprising of:
Other eye care professionals that ophthalmologists work with include:
Ophthalmologists generally work alongside Orthoptists in clinic. Orthoptists perform the initial vision assessment and conduct appropriate tests before the patient sees the ophthalmologist for a detailed examination, opinion and treatment.
Previously known as opticians, optometrists are trained to examine the eyes to detect defects in vision, signs of injury, ocular diseases or abnormality, and problems with general health, such as high blood pressure or diabetes. They make an eye health assessment, prescribe spectacles or contact lenses and refer patients to an ophthalmologist for further treatment, when necessary. Optometrists usually work alongside spectacle and contact lens dispensers.
IRIS Surgery comprises of
IRIS Ophthalmic Surgery & IRIS Plastic Surgery.
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