Our singular focus is to help achieve brilliant outcomes for the patients we see.

Consultant-led treatment and care that puts your welfare at the centre of everything we do.


We understand the impact that ocular misalignment has on adults lives and strive to work with you for the best possible outcome

At Bright Eyes, we offer a comprehensive strabismus and ocular motility service to our adult patients.

Living with strabismus, for many people, can have a damaging effect on self-esteem and social interactions. We acknowledge the importance of this and consider that ocular re-alignment should be restorative surgery. In addition, ocular misalignment can result in disabling double vision which, for most people, can be effectively treated.

Below is a list of the of some of the ocular movement disorders we treat:

Recurrent childhood strabismus
Re-operation for recurrent misalignment previously treated is almost always possible with good expected outcomes.

New onset adult strabismus
This can generate a lot of anxiety and we work hard to provide an accurate diagnosis and clear treatment plan.

Neurological disorders resulting in ocular misalignment
It is important to note that there are interventions that can alleviate some of the disabling ocular and visual effects of neurological disease. Early diagnosis and treatment is essential to ensure the best outcomes.

Dysthyroid Eye Disease
This can be a disabling condition related to thyroid dysfunction. We take a multi-disciplinary approach to ensure the best health and vision outcomes.

We offer a caring, comprehensive and holistic approach to the assessment of your concerns and will spend time to ensure that you are informed about all the possible treatment options.


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If surgery is required

Mr Bender is a registered ophthalmic surgeon, with extensive surgical expertise, specialising in paediatric ophthalmology and strabismus. He has over ten years experience as a consultant and is actively involved in training and research, in addition to providing clinical care. 

His surgical outcomes over the last decade have met the highest international standards.

Parkside Hospital was selected as a site for clinical care due to its high standards and commitment to excellence.

What to expect

If we recommend surgery, we will ensure that we fully discuss the treatment options and clearly outline the risks and benefits, so you can make a wholly informed decision.

If you decide to proceed, we will work with you to ensure the process is as streamlined and stress free as possible. Your welfare is our prime concern.


Brilliant Outcomes

At Bright Eyes, our aim is to have a positive impact on eye health and vision and in so doing enhance people’s lives. We understand the importance of in-depth explanation and discussion, of ongoing emotional support and of course, expert clinical treatment. An adept approach that ensures our patients realise the best possible outcomes.


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Bright Eyes

The bright eyes team is led by Mr Lloyd Bender, Consultant Ophthalmologist, supported by Serena Gunn, the Practice Manager, Leslie Kelly, Orthoptist and Nunu Braddick, Optometrist.

Contact

To book an appointment, please call 07842 545 848.

Alternatively, you can email an appointment request to: appts@bright-eyes.org

The material contained in this website is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice; the content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a Bright Eyes ophthalmologist or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.


Bright Eyes

The bright eyes team is led by Mr Lloyd Bender, Consultant Ophthalmologist, supported by Serena Gunn, the Practice Manager, Leslie Kelly, Orthoptist and Nunu Braddick, Optometrist.

Contact

To book an appointment, please call 07842 545 848.

Alternatively, you can email an appointment request to: appts@bright-eyes.org

The material contained in this website is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice; the content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a Bright Eyes ophthalmologist or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.