Mr Paul Cannon Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon

Mr Paul Cannon

Locations:

Manchester

Specialities:

Oculoplastics, orbital, nasolacrimal, cataract, eyelid surgery

Mr. Cannon is a general ophthalmologist and manages a wide range of ophthalmic conditions including cataracts and glaucoma.

Professional Memberships:             

British Oculoplastic Surgeons Society
North of England Ophthalmological Society
Royal College of Ophthalmologists, London
Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, Dublin

Mr. Cannon holds clinics at Optegra Eye Hospital Manchester and Optegra Eye Clinic Altrincham. His undergraduate training was at the University College Galway, Ireland. He completed an internal medicine rotation at St. Vincent’s Hospital, Dublin prior to pursuing a career in ophthalmology where he trained in Sunderland, Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Manchester.

Mr. Cannon has completed oculoplastic, orbital and lacrimal fellowships in 2 internationally renowned centres of excellence in the Royal Adelaide Hospital, Australia and the Royal Manchester Eye Hospital, Manchester.

FRCOphth, MRCPI, MB, BCh

Mr. Cannon is a general ophthalmologist and manages a wide range of ophthalmic conditions including cataracts and glaucoma. He performs cataract surgery and most of his specialist procedures include orbital decompression, orbital exploration with biopsy, repair of orbital floor fractures, evisceration, enucleation, exenteration, socket reconstruction, eyelid reconstruction with flaps and grafts, nasolacrimal surgery, correction of eyelid malposition including ptosis, ectropion, entropion and retraction, local anaesthesia, and a range of aesthetic techniques. He also performs endoscopic nasolacrimal surgery. He has a special interest in thyroid eye disease.

Mr. Cannon has published articles on numerous oculoplastic topics and sits on a number of peer review journal panels. He is a Clinical Supervisor responsible for training junior colleagues in Stockport NHS Foundation.

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