Mr Ahluwalia joined the University Hospitals of Coventry
and Warwickshire NHS Trust as a Consultant Ophthalmologist in 2003, and
has a special interest in Oculoplastics,Orbital & Adnexal surgery. He
privately consults at Oak House Medical Group & Eyesite Opticians
Kenilworth. He consults & operates at the BMI Meriden Hospital
Coventry, Warwickshire Nuffield Hospital Leamington Spa & Spire Parkway
Hospital at Solihull.
He has spent over 19 years in full-time Ophthalmology and
received his Higher Surgical Training in Ophthalmology at the University
Hospital of Wales, Cardiff. He spent over two years sub-specialising in
ophthalmic, plastic and reconstructive surgery, first at Moorfields Eye
Hospital, London and then at the Royal Perth Hospital, Perth Western
He deals with most aspects of Ophthalmology including Glaucoma, Corneal & Retinal Disease.
He has a special interest in ophthalmic plastic and
reconstructive surgery including tightening of the eyelids, ptosis
correction, eye removal, excision of moles & lumps and tear duct
surgery. He has specific expertise in dealing with periocular (around
the eye) malignancy and is the Lead Clinician of Ophthalmic Cancer
Services at University Hospitals of Coventry & Warwickshire NHS Trust.
Mr Ahluwalia also has expertise in Aesthetic (cosmetic) surgery and
offers cosmetic Blepharoplasties (upper & lower eyelids), Brow lifts,
Botox for facial lines and fillers (Restylane), scar free excision of
moles, lumps & cysts.
Mr Ahluwaliahas given numerous guest lectures & keynote addresses at
prestigious International meetings. He regularly organises & hosts the
Midland Oculoplastics Surgery Society meeting at Coventry which is CME
Mr Ahluwalia is the author of over 30 peer reviewed
publications in international journals and regularly presents at
national and international meetings.
His training programme in Oculoplastics is approved by
the Royal College of Ophthalmologists London for senior registrars
choosing to sub-specialise in ophthalmic plastic surgery. He is also
currently the Royal College of Ophthalmologists tutor for the University