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Experience Canterbury Eye Specialists Conductive Keratoplasty (CK) is an exciting new procedure designed to treat farsightedness and presbyopia without using 
a laser.
Our highly skilled professionals
 
Our Specialists

Our eye specialists, Dr Donald Collie and  Dr Khami Satchi, are both Fellows of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists and are therefore fully qualified to manage your eye condition.

In addition, each of our specialists has had further extensive overseas training in their specific area of interest – cataract, refractive and corneal surgery for Dr Collie and lacrimal, orbital and oculo-plastic surgery for Dr Satchi.

Our specialists work in close co-operation with optometrists, GPs and other eye specialists to provide you with the highest quality of eye care.
 

In many cases, your optometrist will be primarily involved in your on-going care, referring to us for assistance with diagnosis, with management of certain conditions and for assessment and performance of surgery.

Your GP plays a critical role in co-ordinating your care and ensuring any general health issues which may have a bearing on your eyes are addressed.
Other ophthalmologists may refer you to our sub-specialists for our particular expertise, or we may refer you to other sub-specialists eg for retinal assessment.

Learn more about your specialist by clicking below:

Dr Donald Collie
Dr Khami Satchi

 
         
Conductive Keratoplasty Surgery - A new and exciting procedure Canterbury Eye Specialists

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