Por qué es un doctor de primer nivel/Professional statement/Perché è un dottore di prim’ordine

Miss Vickie Lee is a highly established, esteemed consultant ophthalmic and oculoplastic surgeon who currently practises at Imperial College and London North West Healthcare NHS Trusts. She is also an honorary senior lecturer at the Imperial College School of Medicine. 

A Cambridge University graduate, she undertook training in London before taking up her NHS consultant post in 2002. She has an extensive interest in orbital trauma and thyroid eye disease, and specialises in treatment of all eyelid conditions (including cosmetic), watering and dry eyes, and is part of a small group of lacrimal specialists who are highly experienced in performing endonasal dacryocystorhinstomy for tear duct obstruction. She also works closely with an extensive network of leading specialists from other medical and surgical disciplines to ensure her patients can access the best multi-disciplinary care possible.
 
Alongside her clinical work, Miss Lee is dedicated to education, both for the medical students at Imperial College and for the future generation of ophthalmologists. She has been an invited lecturer at many national and international conferences and has published original research in many peer-reviewed journals. She is a founding member and executive committee member of the British Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery Society (BOPSS).
Miss Lee is recognised by all major medical insurance schemes.

Especialista en

Ptosis (droopy eye)

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Oculoplastics

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Chalazion

What is a chalazion? A chalazion is a small, painless lump which grows on the eyelid. Unlike a ...

Thyroid eye disease

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Watery eyes

Watery eyes, also known as epiphora, is a condition where there is an overflow of tears onto the face. It is very common and can develop a...

Dry eye

What is dry eye syndrome? Dry eye syndrome, also known as keratoconjunctivitis sicca, is a common condition that happens when the eye doesn&...

Enfermedades, Pruebas y Tratamientos

  • Blepharitis
  • Blepharoplasty
  • Blepharospasm
  • Brow lift
  • Canthoplasty
  • Chalazion
  • Conjunctivitis
  • Cornea
  • Corneal abrasion
  • Dacryocystorhinostomy
  • Dark circles
  • Dermal fillers
  • Dry eye
  • Exophthalmos (bulging eyes)
  • Eye allergies
  • Eye cancer
  • Eyelid malpositions
  • Facial paralysis
  • Microdermoabrasion
  • Oculo-facial plastic and cosmetic surgery
  • Oculoplastics
  • Orbital cellulitis
  • Ptosis (droopy eye)
  • Tear trough filler
  • Thyroid eye disease
  • Upper eyelid filler
  • Watery eyes

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What causes a chalazion?
A chalazion or meibomian cyst is a type of swelling that affects the eyelid. As with anything that affects the eye, such as swelling can be worrying, especially if it hardens. What causes a chalazion and why do they harden? Expert ophthalmologist Miss Vickie Lee explains.
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What causes puffy eyes?
We can all get puffy eyes from time to time. However, when it becomes a long-term problem or affects your vision, it’s time to consult a specialist. Expert ophthalmologist Miss Vickie Lee explains what causes puffy eyes and how to get rid of them.
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No need to cry - strategies for chronically dry, watering and irritable eyes
Tears are needed for ensuring we can see clearly, and when we don’t have the right balance of tears, or we are not able to drain them correctly, this can result in excessively watery eyes which can disrupt daily visual tasks. If watery eyes are severe, they should be assessed by an ophthalmologist. Miss Vickie Lee, an ophthalmic oculoplastic surgeon and lacrimal specialist, explains how dry and watering eyes can be managed.
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