Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon
Mr Daniel Byles MB, ChB, FRCOphth
Mr Byles’ Specialisms:
Qualifications, Training and Experience:
Mr Byles completed medical training at Cambridge University and Bristol University Medical School. His ophthalmic training was mainly in Oxford with a specialist Fellowship in Corneal disease, as well as Glaucoma at Bristol Eye Hospital.
• Cambridge University and Bristol University Medical School.
• Oxford regional ophthalmology training rotation.
• Bristol Eye Hospital fellowship in cornea and glaucoma.
• Certification in Z-LASIK and AMO VISX vision correction.
• Vision Correction Specialist (Laser Lens and Cataract) and Partner, Exeter Laser Eye Surgeons.
• Partner, Consultant Eye Surgeon Partnership (South West)
• Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, West of England Eye Unit, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital.
• Lead Clinician for Ophthalmology, West of England Eye Unit, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital (2002 to 2005 and 2009 to 2012)
• Peninsular School of Medicine and Dentistry (now University of Exeter Medical School), Specialty Lead for Ophthalmology.
Associations, awards and memberships:
• Fellow of Royal College of Ophthalmologists
• Member of Royal Society of Medicine
• Member of UK and Eire Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons
• Member of European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons
• Member of International Society of Electrophysiology of Vision
Since his appointment as Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon in 2001, Mr Byles has performed thousands of vision correction procedures through cataract surgery, refractive lens exchange and laser procedures.
About Mr Byles
Mr Byles’ wife Megan is a GP in Exeter. Their two daughters and Labrador keep daily life busy. Living in Exeter gives great access to walks in the countryside and on the coast. Daniel also enjoys sailing when he gets the time.
A few words from Mr Byles…
“Eye laser treatment or surgery can be frightening for many people, hence I work to make the experience as stress-free as possible for my patients at every stage.
“My first priority is to ensure that they receive the best treatment for them; which means discussing their visual needs and matching these with the focus and general health of their eyes. At Exeter Eye we use state-of-the-art scans to provide as much information as possible about a patients’ eyes before discussing their options, to see what is right for them”.