MR RICHARD SCAWN
Richard Scawn is a Consultant Ophthalmologist,
specialising in Oculoplastic surgery.
He leads the Chelsea & Westminster Hospital and Buckinghamshire NHS Trust Oculoplastic services.
He treats eyelid, eyebrow, lacrimal, and orbital conditions for adults and children.
He provides the Ophthalmology service at The Royal Marsden Hospital, Chelsea
Richard Scawn’s experience managing and operating on complex eyelid medical conditions, coupled with his aesthetic surgery training in London and California means he is ideally qualified to consult with regard any eyelid issues as well as patients considering cosmetic eyelid surgery or anti wrinkle treatments.
For patients with complex multi-facet reconstructive needs involving eyelids, face, neck and body, such as trauma, burns or skin cancer, Mr Scawn provide multidisciplinary patient management with colleagues across other specialties.
His private practice locations include The Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth in St Johns Wood, London Medical in Marylebone, and in Buckinghamshire at The Chiltern Hospital.
Conditions treated include:
- Watery eyes (Epiphora) or Dry Eyes
- Blurred vision
- Eyelid skin cancers
- Thyroid eye disease
- Reconstructive eyelid surgery
- Eyelid ‘hooding’ (Dermatochalasis)
- Eyelid drooping (Ptosis)
- Eyelid Lumps & Blemishes
- Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery
- Upper eyelid Blepharoplasty
- Lower eyelid Blepharoplasty
- Anti wrinkle injections
Richard Scawn is an experienced consultant Ophthalmologist with extensive sub-specialist expertise in Oculoplastic surgery.
Richard Scawn completed 10 years of Ophthalmology Specialist Training in London, UK with four years at Moorfields Eye Hospital.
In 2012 he was awarded the Keeler Scholarship from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists for his Orbital and Oculofacial Plastic and Reconstructive fellowship in California, USA with Prof Don Kikkawa & Dr Bobby Korn, learning advanced techniques in reconstructive and cosmetic eyelid surgery.
Richard Scawn then completed two more prestigious oculoplastic fellowships at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital and Moorfields Eye Hospital, obtaining extensive sub-speciality experience in eyelid, lacrimal and orbital surgery.
Richard Scawn was appointed at Buckinghamshire NHS Trust in 2016 to lead the Oculoplastic service at Stoke Mandeville and Wycombe hospitals, prior to this he was a locum consultant at Moorfields Eye Hospital. Richard Scawn was appointed at Chelsea Westminster in 2018 to lead the Oculoplastic service and is a member of the Craniofacial Multidisiplinary team.
Richard Scawn is the Ophthalmologist at The Royal Marsden Hospital, Chelsea.
Richard Scawn uses the latest and minimally invasive surgical techniques and is involved in teaching future generations of ophthalmologists and oculoplastic surgeons in UK and on
courses in USA.
He is active in oculoplastic research with multiple scientific publications and presentations at international oculoplastic meetings.
Fellow of Royal College of Ophthalmologists
Member of British Oculoplastic Society
Member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology
Private Patient Fees
New Consultation £250
Follow up Consultation £200
If you have medical insurance Mr Scawn will invoice the insurance company within their fee schedule.
Please obtain pre-authorisation from your insurance company for your consultation or surgery.
Prices effective 14th July 2016
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