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David Verity

David Verity
Consultant Oculoplastic Surgeon, London

MD, MA, BM, BCh, FRCOphth

David Verity is a Consultant Oculoplastic Surgeon in Harley Street, London, specialising in eyelid surgery, surgery for watery eyes, orbital surgery, treatment of thyroid eye disease including lid lowering, blepharoplasty and decompression, and socket surgery, including the removal of an eye and rehabilitation.


Joining the Consultant Staff at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London in 2004, Mr Verity specialises in the management of eyelid, lacrimal, orbital and eye socket disorders (also known as ocular ‘adnexal’ disease’).


His qualifications include a medical degree and MA from Oxford University, Fellowship of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists (FRCOphth), an MD in immunogenetics from the University of London, and advanced subspecialty oculoplastic training at Moorfields Eye Hospital.


Mr Verity undertakes medico-legal cases relating to his sub-specialty interests.

    Clinical interests

  • With expertise in all aspects of oculoplastic disease, Mr Verity manages the following conditions:

    • Watery eyes
    • Uncomfortable and ‘dry’eyes
    • All eyelid disorders (cysts, droopy lids, lax lids, ectropion, etc)
    • Thyroid eye disease: medical management, eyelid surgery and orbital decompression
    • Causes of ‘bulging’ eyes (exophthalmos) and orbital inflammatory disease
    • The painful or blind eye, artificial eyes, removal of an eye, and socket care.

    Research interests

  • In addition to his clinical practice, he publishes widely in the field with over 70 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters. He trains ophthalmic doctors and lectures regularly on oculoplastic disease in the UK and abroad. In 2009 he was appointed Editor in Chief of Orbit Journal, and in 2010 was elected Treasurer of the rapidly evolving British Oculoplastic Surgery Society.

    Finally, he undertakes medico-legal cases relating to his sub-specialty interests. 

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