Contact UsContact UsWelcome to the website of London Eye Doctors. We provide eye care in South West London and Surrey. Based in Cheam, Epsom and Ashtead, we aim to provide high quality eye care to patients with eye diseases.

Cataract Surgery

Mr Saeed is an expert in small incision cataract surgery with phacoemulsification. He performs small incision cataract surgery with  2.0 mm corneal incisions and foldable intraocular lenses. No stitches are required. This type of modern surgery  leads to quicker overall recovery with reduced chances of problems.

Retinal disorders

We offer specialized treatment of retinal disorders including dry and wet macular degeneration, retinal vein occlusions, diabetic retinopathy, diabetic maculopathy etc. Mr Saeed performs laser treatments for retinal disorders, injection treatments for macular diseases and long acting steroids implants for retinal and macular disorders.

Lid disorders

Dr Saeed sees patients with lid disorders, dry eyes, blepharitis and ocular surface diseases. He performs surgery for excess skin on upper eyelids (Blepharoplasty), surgery for styes and chalazion (lid lumps and bumps), eyelid malposition (entropion and ectropion surgery).

Diabetic retinopathy

Mr Saeed provides expert treatment of diabetic retinopathy. He has been the local clinical lead for Surrey diabetic retinopathy screening programme for Epsom and St Helier Hospital. He performs screening and treatments for diabetic retinopathy including multispot retinal laser, focal laser for diabetic maculopathy, Lucentis, Eylea and Avastin injection treatments for diabetic maculopathy. Advantages of these modern laser techniques are quicker treatment with less pain. 


Uveitis with iris stuck to lens

Uveitis is a blinding condition. Mr Saeed does a dedicated uveitis eye clinic at St Helier hospital offering a variety of uveitis treatments. He has published articles in peer reviewed journals about presentation and treatments of different types of uveitis.

Wet macular degeneration

Mr Saeed is the clinical lead for macular degeneration services at Epsom and St Helier NHS trust. He routinely treats patients with wet macular degeneration. Treatments include Avastin, Lucentis and Eylea.

Dry macular degeneration

Severe dry macular degeneration

Dry macular degeneration is a slow progressive disease. It is important to distinguish wet and dry macular degeneration so that treatment can be appropriately started and the patient can be told an accurate prognosis. Mr Saeed routinely analyses scans and retinal angiograms to distinguish between the subtypes of macular degeneration.