Ocular Surface

 

 

Limbal (Stem Cell) Transplantation 1. Eye surgeon in Nottingham.

Limbal (Stem Cell) Transplantation 2. Eye surgeon in Nottingham.

Limbal (Stem Cell) Transplantation: Autologous, Living Related and Cadaver Donors

Restoring the clarity of the eye after extensive damage as in chemical or thermal burns, chronic longstanding infections and diseases.

Chronic inflammation and injury to the eyes can cause scarring which will reduce vision. Simple corneal transplants and graft procedures are ineffective because there is no healthy surface. However, the surface can be restored from a stem cell transplant from a healthy part of the eye or from a donor. After the surface has been restored, a corneal transplant/graft may not be required.

 

 

 

Ocular Surface Reconstruction. Eye surgeon in Nottingham.

Ocular Surface Reconstruction (ACER)

Amnion Assisted Conjunctival Epithelial Re-direction (ACER) is a technique for restoring the structure and clarity of the ocular surface after extensive damage, using amnion with stem cells.

The amniotic membrane is used by itself or in combination with stem cell transplant procedures in ocular surface reconstructions. The ACER technique is used to improve the outcomes of cell transplant procedures.

 

 

If you are looking for an eye surgeon in Nottingham, Mansfield or Derby, please get in touch to book an appointment with Dr. Said at Vision and Sight Services and find out more about ocular treatments.

Practice Venues

BMI The Park Hospital, Nottingham

  : Sherwood Lodge Drive Burntstump Country Park, Arnold NG5 8RX

  : 01159 662160 (Monday-Friday)

 

Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

 : Derby Road, Nottingham NG7 2UH

 : 0115 9249924 (Ext 63544)

  : 0115 8493354 (Direct)

Spire Nottingham Hospital

 : Tollerton Lane, Tollerton, Nottingham NG12 4GA

  : 0115 937 7735

Debbie Vallis (Mon-Fri 9-5) -   : 0115 966 2160

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Ruth Thompson  : 0115 937 7688

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