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Mr Shahram Kashani is a Consultant Opthalmic Surgeon at Optegra Eye Hospital, North London and specialises in complex cataract surgery, premium lens implantation, retinal disorders and uveitis. Mr Kashani graduated from St Georges Hospital medical school in 1998 before going on to complete his opthalmic training at a number of prestigious London teaching hospitals including Kings College hospital, Charing Cross hospital, Chelsea and Westminster hospital and the internationally renowned Moorfields Eye Hospital. He was then selected for a sub-specialist training programme in uveitis and complex retinal disorders.

Mr Kashani is a general ophthalmic surgeon capable of performing a broad range of operations including cataract surgery, retinal laser procedures and injections for treatment of various retinal disorders. He has a special interest in retinal disorders, in particular macular degeneration, diabetic eye disease, retinal vascular occlusions and inflammatory eye disease.

Mr Kashani is a highly regarded researcher in ophthalmic disease with over 40 peer reviewed publications and has presented at over 25 national and international conferences. He is also a fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and is a member of the European Society of Retinal Specialists. Mr Kashani also regularly attends national and international meetings to maintain his professional development as the latest technology in his field advances.


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Medical Procedures

  • Cataract surgery
  • Retinal laser procedures
  • Injections for treatment of various retinal disorders

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Special Interests

  • Retinal disorders
  • Macular degeneration
  • Diabetic eye disease
  • Retinal vascular occlusions
  • Inflammatory eye disease