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Mr. Cannon

meet_mr_cannonI am a consultant ophthalmic, oculoplastic and orbitofacial surgeon working both in private practice and in my NHS practice at the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital where I work as part of a team of surgeons providing a tertiary referral service in oculoplastic, orbital, and lacrimal problems. I also perform cataract surgery. I am recognized by all major health insurance companies.

I specialise in eyelid problems including droopy and lax eyelids, eyelid lumps/tumours and eyelid reconstructive surgery, thyroid eye disease, watery eyes, orbital tumours, orbital decompression surgery, and both surgical (blepharoplasty) and non-surgical eyelid rejuvenation treatments.

 

* Please note that these contact details are for my medicolegal practice only – please go to the home page for my contact details for my aesthetic, oculoplastic, orbital, acrimal practice.

 

I graduated from University College Galway, Ireland, in 1998, before completing my internal medicine training in St. Vincent’s Hospital, Dublin and obtained membership of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland. I completed my ophthalmic training in a number of centres, including Sunderland, Newcastle-upon- Tyne and Manchester. I qualified as a Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists in 2010. I completed specialist oculoplastic training fellowships in two of the most internationally renowned centres of excellence: the Royal Adelaide Hospital, Australia (2009) and the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital (2010).

 

I am a member of the British Oculoplastic Surgery Society (BOPSS), the European Society of Oculoplastic and Reconstructive Surgeons (ESOPRS), and the North of England Ophthalmological Society. I have published several scientific papers on a variety of oculoplastic topics in peer reviewed medical journals.


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