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Experience Canterbury Eye Specialists Conductive Keratoplasty (CK) is an exciting new procedure designed to treat farsightedness and presbyopia without using 

a laser.
Dr Maryla Stelmach is a specialist eye surgeon performing plastic and reconstructive surgery of the eyelids, tear drainage system and bony orbit.
"the highest quality of care and attention for one of your greatest assets - your vision"
 

Dr Elsie Chan

BSc(Med)(Hon) MBBS (Hon) MPH FRANZCO

Dr Elsie Chan is a graduate of the University of Sydney where she was awarded the degrees of Bachelor of Science (Medicine) (Honours) and Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS). She subsequently completed a Masters of Public Health from the University of New South Wales.

She commenced her ophthalmology training at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital and has undertaken further ophthalmology training in the United Kingdom for two years, including a fellowship at St Thomas’ Hospital, London. Dr Chan returned to the Eye and Ear Hospital in 2010 to complete a cornea fellowship.

 

Dr Chan currently also works as a Staff Specialist at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, and has a particular interest in corneal disorders and cataract surgery. She is also an Honorary Fellow with the Centre for Eye Research Australia and University of Melbourne and conducts research relating to corneal diseases, with a particular interest in keratoconus.


Dr Donald Collie
Dr Narelle Spencer
 
         
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