MBBS (Hons), MMed, FRANZCO, FRCSC Ophthalmologist at Sydney Eye Hospital Dr Moloney is an ophthalmologist with expertise in cataract, corneal and oculoplastic surgery
A cataract is a condition which causes clouding of the lens in the eye, resulting in blurry vision. Surgery is the only treatment for cataract and is recommended based on the severity...
Dr. Moloney is the first Australian recipient of the prestigious Troutman prize for his research into Fuchs' Dystrophy.
Keratoconus is a condition in which the normal clear and dome-shaped cornea becomes thin and bulges outward to form a cone shape. Dr. Moloney has years of experience in using a laser to correct this condition.
Sydney Eye Hospital is proud to offer a keratoprosthesis program offering Boston Kpro and OOKP for patients with end stage corneal blindness.
The eyelids are essential for protection of the eye, their position and appearance also greatly affect the cosmesis of the face.
Watery eyes or epiphora is the excessive and persistent watering of the eyes due to inflammation, excess tear production or faulty tear drainage.
In early life the Meibomian glands produce a clear product not unlike olive oil in consistency. In almost all of us, this oil thickens over time and in most cases clogs up inside the gland.