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About

 

Raman Malhotra is an award-winning ophthalmic and oculoplastic surgeon whose work has received international recognition. He plays a leading role in academia, sharing his expertise and helping to train the next generation of ophthalmic and oculoplastic surgeons.

He was listed as one of the UK’s top cosmetic surgeons in the 2008, 2009 and 2010 Tatler Beauty & Cosmetic Surgery Guides. 


He runs courses, gives lectures and speaks at medical institutions and conferences worldwide on topics ranging from facial nerve palsy to eyelid lifts and tear trough fillers. He has written textbooks and numerous medical papers that have been published in leading journals. He also runs a successful fellowship programme.


In 2007, Mr Malhotra received the American Academy of Ophthalmology Achievement Award and in September 2011 he was awarded a Bronze National Clinical Excellence Award and in 2015 he was awarded a Silver National Clinical Excellence Award by the Department of Health.

 

Mr Malhotra is recognised by all major medical insurance schemes.

 

Training and experience

 

Mr Malhotra graduated in medicine and surgery from the University of Bristol, completed his basic ophthalmic surgical training at the Western Eye Hospital in London and went on to higher surgical training in Oxford.

 

He became a Fellow in oculoplastic, orbital and lacrimal surgery at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and Women and Children's Hospital in Adelaide, Australia, in 2002. In 2003, he returned to the UK and was appointed consultant ophthalmic and oculoplastic surgeon at the Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead.

 

He is a Fellow of The Royal College of Ophthalmologists (RCOphth) and member of The British Medical Association (BMA), American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO), British Oculoplastic Surgeons Society (BOPSS), European Society of Ophthalmic, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons (ESOPRS) and American Society of Ophthalmic, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons (ASOPRS).
 

Read Raman Malhotra’s blog for an insight into different treatments and patient case studies: http://www.raman-malhotra.co.uk/

 

Face A New Day

 

facial palsy uk

Raman Malhotra supports FacialPalsy UK and will be part of Facial Palsy Week.
 
The Facial Palsy Week campaign, called Face A New Day, runs from 1-7 March and is intended to highlight the social, physical and psychological consequences of living with facial paralysis. This is your opportunity to get involved and raise awareness. Use #FPAW on social media throughout the week to join in.

face a new day campaign

Get friends and family involved on social media by sharing their half make-up and half beard selfies to raise awareness. Consider raising money for Facial Palsy UK too by getting people to sponsor you. Use #facemyday to spread the word.
 
You can find more information about Face A New Day here.
 

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Academic role

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Courses

Lectures and presentations

Research papers

Publications

Fellowship programme

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Conditions

Benign eyelid lump — Chalazion

Benign eyelid lump — Chalazion — Patient information

Cataracts

Cataracts — Patient information

Drooping upper eyelids — Ptosis

Drooping upper eyelids — Ptosis — Patient information

Excessive, involuntary blinking — Blepharospasm

Excessive, involuntary blinking — Blepharospasm — Patient information

Eye bags/heavy eyelids — Blepharoplasty

Eyelid skin cancer

Eyelid skin cancer — Patient information

Facial paralysis — Facial palsy

Facial paralysis — Facial palsy — Patient information

Inward-turning eyelid — Entropion

Inward-turning eyelid — Entropion — Patient information

Outward-turning lower eyelids — Ectropion

Outward-turning lower eyelids — Ectropion — Patient information

Thyroid eye disease

Thyroid eye disease — Patient information

Watery eye — Epiphora

Watery eye — Epiphora — Patient information


Procedures

Artificial eyes and orbital implants

Artificial eyes and orbital implants — Patient information

Asian eyelid surgery

Asian eyelid surgery — Patient information

Botox

Botox — Patient information

Brow lift

Brow lift — Patient information

Cataract removal and lens replacement

Chemical peel

Chemical peel — Patient information

DCR

Eyelid lift — Blepharoplasty

Eyelid lift — Blepharoplasty — Patient information

Fillers

Cheek and facial contouring

Cheek and facial contouring — Patient information

Lip filling and shaping

Lip filling and shaping — Patient information

Tear trough fillers

Tear trough fillers — Patient information

Upper eyelid contouring

Upper eyelid contouring — Patient information

Mohs surgery

Mohs surgery — Patient information

Ptosis surgery

Contact

9 Harley Street

The McIndoe Surgical Centre

The Queen Victoria Hospital

Spire Gatwick Park Hospital


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