Peter Simcock MB ChB DO FRCP FRCS FRCOphth, The Eye Expert, is a highly respected Consultant Eye Surgeon based in Exeter, Devon.
Peter Simcock provides premium refractive cataract surgery and is a fellowship trained vitreoretinal surgeon, medical retinal expert and local authority on age related macula degeneration. You can hear Mr Simcock speak on macular degeneration at the "Top Doctors" seminar in Exeter by clicking here The Eye Expert website will guide you through the eye conditions treated by Mr Simcock.
Mr Simcock provides consultations in Exeter and Exmouth with a "one stop" service available for patients requiring injection treatments for macular degeneration, diabetic eye disease and retinal vein occlusion.
Patients requiring cataract surgery can have "blended monovision" to reduce spectacle dependence after cataract surgery and toric lenses to treat astigmatism.
Mr Simcock MB ChB DO FRCP FRCS FRCOphth is a fully trained and very experienced Consultant Eye Surgeon. He trained at the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, Charing Cross Hospital and Moorfields Eye Hospital, London. He has the rare honour of having three higher medical fellowship diplomas being a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (England) and Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists.
Peter Simcock will explain in words that are easy to understand the common eye problems that he treats. The explanation will start with the basic anatomy of the relevant part of the eye, and then explain the condition and finally the treatment needed. If this treatment includes surgery or laser then a more detailed explanation is given in the eye surgery section. Short video clips of Mr Simcock explaining some condition will also be given.
Peter Simcock will explain in detail the surgical and laser treatments of the eye problems that he manages. In many eye conditions there is more than one treatment available and Peter Simcock will explain in an unbiased way the advantages and disadvantages of the various treatment options. Short video clips of Mr Simcock explaining some surgery will also be given.