31 January 2018
Join us for our free Cosmetic Surgery event on Wednesday 31 January.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Miss Kimia Ziahosseini at Spire include:
I am a full-time consultant ophthalmologist and ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgeon, also known as an oculoplastic surgeon, at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals. I was a consultant at Aintree University Hospital in Liverpool before I joined the NNUH in April 2016. I run a very busy NHS service and provide routine and complex oculoplastic care to the large population of Norfolk and north Suffolk as well as tertiary referrals from further afield. I focus on the eyelids performing more than 400 procedures annually. My background and expertise set me apart from general plastic/cosmetic surgeons. Eyes are the most important part of our face, providing us with our vision, and therefore only an oculoplastic surgeon should perform surgery in this area. I will provide you with an honest and valued opinion.
I treat the entire spectrum of oculoplastic disorders. This includes eyelid problems such as cancers, malpositions (turning in or turning out), ptosis (drooping eyelids) or problems after facial paralysis. I also specialise in scarless endoscopic watery eye surgery. I have particular interest in orbital and complex skull base disease, such as thyroid orbitopathy, orbital vascular malformations and orbital fractures. I am also highly skilled in performing surgery for aesthetic enhancement.
I work closely with the University of East Anglia Medical School and East of England School of Ophthalmology to train the next generation of ophthalmologists. I have a great interest in research and have authored over 25 peer-reviewed publications. I have been invited to speak in a number of national and international conferences and training courses.
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My colleagues and I were the first group to report on the dangers that LASER pointers pose to eyes.Back to top
MD (Hons) / Tehran University / 2003
Doctor of Medicine
MD is a degree given to physicians at the completion of their training.
General Medical Council
British Medical Association
Fellow member of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists
Full member of the British Oculoplastic Surgery Society
International member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology
Royal College of Opthalmologists
Norfolk and Norwich HospitalBack to top
I enjoy spending my spare time with my husband and son. I keep fit by swimming and playing tennis.Back to top
I do not have any financial interests.Back to top
16 January 2018
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