Mr. Vik Sharma is also a Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, and a fully accredited consultant on the General Medical Council Specialist Register, No. 4307574.
As well as completing a Glaucoma fellowship in London, he has also undergone further training in Oculo-Plastics at the Premier Facial Plastic Centre in Sarasota, Florida.
He has authored many ophthalmology chapters in medical texts and in peer reviewed journals. Vik Sharma remains an active member of the medical research field, presenting internationally and locally, discussing research findings and new techniques/treatments.
Mr. V Sharma qualified in 1996 from St.Bartholomew’s & The Royal London Hospitals Medical College, and also completed a BSc in Immunology at UCL, London.
Early in his career, Mr. Sharma was Specialist Registrar in Ophthalmology appointed at many of London's teaching hospitals, and he has held the position of Glaucoma Specialist at King’s College and St.Thomas’ Hospitals.
He has written ophthalmology chapters in medical texts, and many articles in peer reviewed journals. He remains an active member of the medical research field, presenting internationally and locally, discussing research findings and new techniques/treatments.
He is also responsible for the local lectures course in central London for Doctors, Nurses and Opticians.
Mr. Sharma also sits on the Glaucoma Advisory Board for pharmaceutical institutions, and is a Senior Lecturer in Ophthalmology for the University of London.
Intraocular (implantable) contact lens
The intraocular contact lens (ICL) option provides vision correction that goes beyond LASIK. It helps you enjoy sharper, clearer, and more vivid vision, with greater depth and dimension. It’s called high definition vision, and the fully reversible procedure takes less than 5 minutes using anaesthetic eye drops only- no injections or needles!
Multifocal lens implants
The multifocal lens not only treats poor unaided sight, but it may also turn back the clock to bring back much of your ability to see up close and at a distance. The lens has multiple focal points so you can see well at a variety of distances in varying light conditions. If you want to consider improving your sight and desire a full range of vision with increased independence from glasses or bifocals, the multifocal lens may be the right solution for you.