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Anna Grabowska is a highly trained consultant ophthalmologist. Through her Anna Grabowska Ophthalmology website you have the chance to learn all about her practice, treatments she offers and her work. Patients can find out more about what she offers and consider referral to her clinics for a range of ophthalmic procedures.

Anna Grabowska Ophthalmology: History and Experience

Miss Anna Grabowska is an experienced consultant ophthalmologist and vitreoretinal surgeon. She is based at King’s College Hospital, London. Her areas of specialist and expertise include medical and surgical retina.

Miss Grabowska studied at Warsaw Medical University in Poland before completing her Ophthalmology training in Madrid. She also had a subspecialism in medical retina and vitreoretinal surgery. She has over 14 years of experience in ophthalmology and helping patients manage retinal diseases and conditions.

What is an ophthalmologist?

Ophthalmologists are doctors who care for patients with eye conditions. They specialise in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disorders of the eye, visual system and related conditions. Ophthalmologists can carry out a range of surgical treatments to manage conditions of the eye.

Most patients get a referral from their GP to ophthalmology. You can attend an appointment to explore a range of potential treatments for your eye disease or symptoms.

Conditions treated at Anna Grabowska Ophthalmology

Anna Grabowska treats a wide range ophthalmic conditions including:

  • Diabetic retinopathy
  • Retinal detachment
  • Age-related macular degeneration
  • Floaters
  • Macular hole
  • Epiretinal membrane
  • Cataract surgery

Anna Grabowska is also a highly experienced vitreoretinal surgeon which means she regularly carries out vitrectomies and similar procedures.

What is vitreoretinal surgery?

Vitreoretinal surgery is a group of surgical procedures that take place deep within the eye’s interior. The procedures take place in and around the retina and vitreous. The location of the procedures at the back of the eye means they are highly delicate and intricate procedures and should only be carried out by a highly trained specialist. Furthermore, most common vitreoretinal surgery is vitrectomy. Vitrectomies can help to restore, improve and preserve vision in a wide range of circumstances including for patients with diabetic retinopathy, detached retinas and age-related macular degeneration.

Vitrectomies work by carefully removing the vitreous from the eye. The vitreous is that jelly-like substance around the eye and once a doctor removes it, they can work more effectively on issues such as holes or tears to the retina.

Appointments at Anna Grabowska Ophthalmology

Patients who need to discuss treatment for a range of ophthalmic conditions can make an appointment with Anna. Her experience also means she can help patients experiencing a range of ophthalmic and retinal conditions, ensuring the best possible outcome to preserve and improve patients’ vision. Get in touch to book an appointment today.