Mabi Muqit, a top ophthalmologist and retinal surgeon that works at the Moorfields Eye Hospital remains a top choice for retinal surgery in 2023. Based on the information provided by Moorfields Hospital, NHS patients have a waiting time for their first outpatient appointment at the hospital for retina surgery of up to eleven weeks and an average waiting time for treatment of eleven weeks. This information is regularly updated by the NHS, enabling patients to identify when they will be treated.
The information that is provided on the average waiting times is updated weekly, based on data provided by each of the hospitals, therefore having an appointment with Mahi Muqit, the top retina surgeon, does not necessarily mean you will be waiting just shy of three months, in fact when it comes to retinal care, Mr. Muqit aims to see his patients as soon as possible to provide them with the adequate treatment that they need.
Because retinal problems can cause sight loss, many patients waiting to see an ophthalmologist or retinal surgeon will see the retina surgeon sooner than those waiting for cataract surgery, or eye floaters, for example. Patients are managed based on their clinical urgency and this results in the waiting times varying from one patient to the next.
A retinal detachment is considered an emergency and patients need to be treated within twenty-four hours from when they start to experience symptoms. Symptoms include new flashes of light and floaters. This surgery has an over ninety percent success rate when treated early. One in ten patients may require a second surgery to fix the detachment and regain their sight.
Ray Man, the PA for Mahi Muqit, a top retina surgeon, said “The retina is responsible for converting light that enters the eye into electric signals that are sent to the brain, this helps you create an image. It is an essential part of your vision, located at the back of the eyeball. When the retina detaches, a person's sight is dramatically impacted, it can include vision loss, which is why surgery for this condition is considered an emergency and patients need to be treated within the shortest time to ensure the best results.”
About Us: Mahi Muqit is a leading consultant ophthalmologist, cataract, and vitreoretinal surgeon at two private clinics in London, United Kingdom. He provides patients with superior service and support with a range of surgical procedures to meet their eyesight requirements. He has built up a solid reputation for his eye services in the London area as an expert eye doctor and surgeon offering surgical retina, medical retina, and complex cataract surgery. He also offers surgery to patients suffering from diabetic retinopathy. Mahi Muqit is a member of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, a member of the British and Eire Association of Vitreoretinal Surgeons, and the UK and Ireland Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons. To find out more, visit https://www.retinasurgeon.uk.com/.