Consultant Ophthalmic and Oculoplastic Surgeon / GMC: 7049736
Miss Hawkes is a Consultant Ophthalmic and Oculoplastic surgeon. She is a specialist in cosmetic eyelid surgery, including upper and lower eyelid blepharoplasty surgery. Miss Hawkes also practices advanced facial aesthetics for non-surgical facial rejuvenation.
She is a firm believer in the importance of the functional aspect of cosmetic eyelid surgery and therefore performs a thorough eye examination prior to considering any eyelid surgery.
Miss Hawkes graduated from Imperial College, London and has trained at Harvard Medical School, Boston. She undertook postgraduate medical and surgical training at St Mary's Hospital, London before embarking on a career in Ophthalmic Surgery. She completed Ophthalmic Surgical Training on the prestigious Oxford rotation and spent time at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London.
Miss Hawkes is a Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists. She is a full member of the highly respected European Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons and the British Oculoplastic Surgical Society.
Combining her passion for precise delicate surgery and meticulous attention to detail, ophthalmology and cosmetic surgery was an obvious career choice. She has delivered several international and national presentations, and is now involved with surgical training and educating future eye surgeons. Her patients comment on her professional yet friendly approach.
Miss Hawkes holds a substantive NHS consultant post where she leads the Emergency Eye Care Service at the Royal Berkshire Hospital NHS Foundation trust. She is available to consult on all aspects of general ophthalmology and is recognised with the major insurance companies.
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