A watery eye may be caused by a number of reasons and this includes eyelid problems (such as blepharitis, ectropion and entropion), tear duct problems (such as blockage or narrowing) and eye surface problems (such as corneal scratches, dry eyes and inflammation).
A careful examination usually reveals the cause and the treatment can be individually tailored to your eyes.
A number of surgical procedures are available to address the specific problems and these include ectropion surgery, entropion surgery, punctoplasty and dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR).
Our eye procedures
Cataract is a clouding of the natural lens in the eye which causes visual impairment and glare. This can be treated by a surgery which removes the cataract and replaces it with an Intraocular lens (IOL) implant.
Blepharoplasty & Eyelid Surgery
Blepharoplasty is a surgical procedure to remove the excess hooding of skin on the eyelids. Dr Chadha has received specialist training in eyelid surgery in Edinburgh and Glasgow and performs eyelid surgeries routinely.
Lumps and Bumps on the eyelids
The majority of lumps and bumps on the eyelids are benign and include cysts, papillomas and freckles and can be managed with a simple and short surgical procedure
A watery eye may be caused by a number of reasons and this includes eyelid problems. A careful examination usually reveals the cause and the treatment can be individually tailored to your eyes.
Rodent Ulcers and Eyelid Cancers
The most common eyelid cancer is a Basal Cell Carcinoma also known as a Rodent Ulcer. A clinical examination is often enough to diagnose this but we like to perform a small biopsy to confirm the diagnosis as it is such an important diagnosis for the patient
Worried About Eye Cancer?
Dr Chadha is one of only two Consultant ocular oncologists in Scotland and eight in the entire UK - if you are worried, book your consultation now
Mr Vikas Chadha is registered and recognized as a Consultant with most
private health insurance companies
If your health insurer is not listed above, please ask your insurance company if they will be happy to cover the consultation and any further procedures with Mr Chadha.
This means that the insurer will allow its members to access the services provided by Mr Chadha. If you have private health insurance, please check the terms of your policy with your insurer and, in particular, you should check the level and type of outpatient cover you have. We would suggest doing this prior to attending the appointment.