Refractive Laser Surgery (LASIK)

Laser vision correction surgery may decrease your dependence on glasses and contact lenses. Laser surgery is safe, quick and can be performed with only minor discomfort.

At Marsden Eye Laser Clinic we use one of the worlds most technologically advanced excimer laser machines, The Schwind Amaris. The excimer laser is used to permanently reshape the curvature of the cornea to improve the way the eye focuses light rays onto the retina, the same way your glasses or contact lenses do.

Cataract Surgery

Surgery is the only treatment option for cataracts, which is recommended based on the severity of the disease and the impact it will have on the daily activities of the patient. It involves removal of the cloudy lens inside your eye and replacement with an artificial one.

Glaucoma Management

The result of increased pressure within the eye which if left untreated will lead to damage of the optic nerve. Glaucoma is often a painless and progressive loss of vision. Whilst in most cases glaucoma can be treated with eye drops, glaucoma surgery may be required if drops alone cannot control the pressure. Surgery involves making an additional drainage channel for fluid to leave the eye and to lower the pressure.

Retinal Disease Treatment

Corneal Disease Treatment

Uveitis & Ocular Inflammation Treatment

Ocular inflammation is swelling and inflammation of the eye tissue. The part of the eye that is commonly affected is the middle layer of the eye known as the uvea. Inflammation of the uvea is known as uveitis.


At Marsden Eye Specialists, we are privileged to have Dr. Edwin Figueira as our dedicated oculoplastic surgeon. Dr. Figueira is a board-certified ophthalmologist with extensive training and expertise in ophthalmic plastic surgery, gained through advanced studies and experiences both in Australia and overseas.


Strabismus (squint) is caused because of a lack of muscle co-ordination between the eyes, causing the eyes to point in different directions.

Orthoptic Clinic

Orthoptists are trained eye therapists who assess eye alignment, movement, and coordination. Working independently or with ophthalmologists, they diagnose eye movement issues, offer non-surgical treatments, and aid in the rehabilitation of certain eye conditions to assist people with vision problems and discomfort. Click to read more about what the orthoptic clinic can offer

Botox Therapy

Botox is a type of purified protein synthesised from the bacterium, Clostridium botulinum.