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Mr Deshmukh is a consultant ophthalmologist and an expert Cataract Surgeon with world renowned Moorfields Eye Hospital in London.
He has supervised and trained many ophthalmologists in cataract surgery since 2013.
He offers a full range of refractive cataract surgery options with experience in modern intraocular lenses including Multifocal (for distance, intermediate and reading vision without glasses), EDOF (extended depth of focus for spectacle independence), Toric (to correct astigmatism) and EVO ICL (Implantable ‘Contact’ Lens).
Having completed his Ophthalmology training from Moorfields Eye Hospital in London and University Eye Hospital in Bristol, he was awarded specialist registration in Ophthalmology by the General Medical Council (GMC), UK.
Rajesh Deshmukh is a specialist cataract and vision correction surgeon in London, based at Moorfields Private Eye Hospital and Bishops Wood Hospital.
Mr Deshmukh is a expert high volume cataract surgeon offering a full range of refractive cataract surgery options with experience in the use of modern premium intraocular lenses for spectacle independence.

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