The World Health organisation (WHO) has announced that COVID-19 is a Pandemic. MCES will be taking no risks when it comes to the Health and Safety of our patients. Although it may seem as an overreaction for some, our main capture of patients are over the age of 65. For this reason we ask patients …
There has been a rapid proliferation in the number of surgical options for the treatment of glaucoma. Here is all you need to know about Glaucoma Surgery.
The average cost of cataract surgery depends on the condition of the eye. As a guide, at MCES our cataract surgery package is very affordable starting from $1,600 per eye out-of-pocket for uninsured patients.
To ensure that your eye recovers properly following the surgery, there are a few things to consider. Here are our top five tips to minimise cataract surgery recovery time.
This week, Dr Joanne Goh, MCES Corneal and refractive surgeon, performed the first corneal cross linking procedure in-rooms since purchasing the Avendro.
Dr Christolyn Raj is a Paediatric Ophthalmologist who has recently joined the MCES team.
Melbourne Comprehensive Eye Surgeons (MCES) have been privileged to feature in three newspaper articles published by The Age in September and October 2018.
At Melbourne Comprehensive Eye Surgeons (MCES) we perform state of the art cataract surgery. Here is what makes us special for providing cataract surgery in Australia:
Prior to the construction of MCES, Dr Wright and Dr Pakrou sought to open a brand-new eye clinic. They strongly believed everyone should have access to high quality eye care at an affordable price.
On the 11th April 2018 we successfully hosted our #1st monthly retinal conference (with full breakfast provided), showcasing interesting retinal findings within our patients.Dr Wright and Dr Pakrou discussed mutual patients’ conditions, diagnosis and management with our local optometrists.