Mr Daniele Lorenzano

Mr Daniele Lorenzano

Ophthalmology 07050914

  • Fee assured
  • Open Referral network
Fee assured
Open Referral network

Specialises in

  • Oculoplastic surgery

About me

Mr Lorenzano is a consultant ophthalmologist who specialises in oculoplastic (eyelid and upper facial), orbital (eye socket) and lacrimal (tear duct) surgery. He joined the Trust in 2019, and has previously worked as a consultant at eye hospitals in Milan (Italy) and London.

He has also worked in the Republic of the Congo, where he worked with local healthcare teams treating patients with trachoma, an eye infection that can cause blindness, and other reconstructive diseases as part of the World Health Organization roster trachoma project.

Mr Lorenzano usually sees patients with abnormalities of the eyelid due to congenital disorders (conditions the patient is born with), cancerous conditions, facial paralysis and ageing conditions. He also treats orbital and eyelid disease linked to thyroid problems, as well as lacrimal conditions that need surgery using both endoscopic (minimally invasive) and conventional lacrimal surgery approaches. He has a special interest in eyelid and reconstructive surgery of the face both for functional, cancer and cosmetic restoration.

Areas of interest

Surgical procedures performed by Mr Lorenzano include:

treatment for ptosis (droopy upper eyelid)
correction of eyelid malpositions - ectropion (eyelids turning outwards) and entropion (eyelids turning inwards)
reconstructive surgery for patients who have had eyelid tumours
treatment for facial nerve palsy (loss of function of the facial nerve)
cosmetic eyelid surgery
eyebrow lift surgery
surgery to treat tear duct obstruction and watery eyes
treatment and surgical rehabilitation of thyroid eye disease
surgery to remove orbital tumours
surgeries to remove diseased eyes and fit prosthetic ones (enucleation, evisceration and orbital implants).
trauma surgeries for eyelids, lacrimal injuries and orbital fractures
management of orbital cellulitis (inflammation of eye tissues) and orbital abcess drainage.

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