Mr Wagh is a Consultant Ophthalmologist based at the prestigious central hospital, Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital NHS trust. He has particular expertise is modern LASER and phako-emulsification cataract surgery, which includes implantation of multifocal and toric intraocular lens implants to improve astigmatism and presbyopia which translates into spectacle independence both for distance and near for many patients. Special interests include cosmetic oculoplastic surgery of the eyelids and surrounding structures including surgery of the tear drainage system. He also has experience in managing blepharitis and dry eyes with the most up to date treatments available.
Mr Wagh trained in Ophthalmology in London, including Moorfields Eye Hospital before undertaking a fellowship in St Thomas’ Hospital. During that period, he was actively involved in teaching medical students, whilst pursuing research interests which include cataract surgery, refractive surgery, Keratoconus and Lid surgeries.
He is actively involved in medical education and is currently on the Education committee of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, UK. He is on the faculty for the Royal College of Ophthalmologists microsurgical skills course and is also an Examiner for the Royal College.
Ms Wagh has several publications in international journals and has delivered several lectures both nationally and internationally in his chosen field. He has imparted lectures on various meeting and conferences and trained Opticians and trainee eye surgeons over last two decades.
Mr Wagh provides clinical care for all emergency and general ophthalmic conditions and specialises in Cataract surgery, Oculoplastics, and External Eye Diseases.