Eye Conditions

Our leading Ophthalmologists, who are all Surgeons, can help you understand and treat your eye condition.

Our Ophthalmologists have the latest technology at their fingertips so they can confidently deliver a full range of ophthalmic services. They are leaders in their field, covering a wide range of eye conditions.

Age-Related Macular Degeneration

The retina is a thin layer of nerve tissue that lines the inside of the eyeball. It senses light, similar to a sensor in...

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When the lens becomes opaque, the amount of light that passes through it is reduced and scattered, and the image cannot ...

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Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetes mellitus (DM or commonly known as “sugar diabetes”) is a significant disease with devastating and l...

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Dry Eye

The human eye is the most amazing camera found anywhere in nature. But like all good cameras it has to be kept clean. Ou...

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Glaucoma is a very general term for a group of conditions that affect the optic nerve at the back of your eye. Broadly, ...

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The clear window at the front of the eye is called the cornea. It may appear coloured but the colouring is the muscle in...

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Australia has one of the highest rates of pterygia (the plural of pterygium) in the world due to our sunny climate, outd...

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Corneal Scarring

The cornea must be perfectly clear and in a regular shape for it to focus light effectively. Many conditions such as inf...

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Retinal Tear and Detachment

The retina is a thin layer of nerve tissue that lines the inside of the eyeball. It senses light, similar to a sensor in...

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Fuchs’ Endothelial Dystrophy

The cornea is a clear dome shaped window on the front of the eye that is the first thing light hits when it enters the e...

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Here at QEI & SBDH, the health and safety of our patients and staff is of the highest priority. That's why we are taking measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
We kindly ask all patients and visitors of the clinic to not enter the building if they are feeling unwell (fever, cough, sore throat or flu symptoms), have been overseas in the last two weeks or have been in contact with a known case of COVID-19.

In accordance with new government regulations, electro-diagnostic services (QEDIC) have temporarily ceased and as of Monday, 6 April the QEI Clinic will be providing only essential and urgent consultations. All visitors to the clinic at this time will have their temperature taken at the ground floor or the carpark.

Please contact us on 07 3239 5000 if you have any queries.

We would like to thank all patients and visitors for their cooperation and understanding at this time.