CONSULTANT OPHTHALMOLOGIST & OCULOPLASTIC SURGEON BESPOKE EYELID SURGERY | BIRMINGHAM, WEST MIDLANDS, UK
Welcome to the professional website of Mr David Cheung, Consultant Ophthalmologist and Oculoplastic Surgeon, practising in Birmingham, West Midlands, UK. Mr Cheung hopes that this website will be of educational value for all NHS and private patients and for referring opticians & GPs. We would welcome feedback to help improve this site. Please contact us using the link at the bottom of the page.
Mr Cheung is both an eye surgeon and eye plastic surgeon specialising in all kinds of eyelid, tear duct and eye socket surgery
Mr Cheung is a consultant ophthalmologist who sees and treats patients with all types of eye conditions e.g. cataracts, diabetic eye disease, glaucoma, etc.
In addition, Mr Cheung is a consultant oculoplastic/ oculofacial & orbital surgeon, meaning that he is expert in the specialised delicate plastic surgery of the structures around the eye and face e.g. eyelids, eyebrows, tear drainage system & eye socket; providing comprehensive modern management of functional/ reconstructive and cosmetic problems. These include:
PATIENT CONFIDENTIALITY: A message from Mr Cheung: " To all my patients who have kindly agreed to allow the use of their photographs in the making of this website: Thank you again for allowing me to use them for the benefit and education of others. My deepest gratitude goes out to you again! To all users of this website: please respect the dignity and wishes of my patients by not reproducing their photographs/ images elsewhere. Please note that, while many of my patients have very kindly consented to the use of their photographs for this website, others prefer that their photographs are only shown for the benefit of patient consultation in the clinic. Many other patients do not wish for their photographs to be used for any purpose other than their own records and their confidentiality is respected." All patient photographs/ images have been reproduced with the express consent of the patient involved. It is hoped that they have been cropped sufficiently to remove identifying features but still retain educational value.