Raj Maini

Dr. Raj Maini, MD, FRCSC

Educational Background
Dr Raj Maini completed his medical school at the University of London, United Kingdom and specialised in ophthalmology at the University of Cambridge. He completed specialised fellowship training in Corneal surgery (including transplantation) and laser refractive surgery at the University of Melbourne, Australia as well as Oculoplastic and lacrimal surgery (including botox and blepharoplasty techniques) at the University of London, United Kingdom He is fluent in English, Punjabi, Hindi and Swahili, has some fluency in Italian and as a skilled surgeon and clinician takes pride in his ability to communicate with patients.

Surgical Experience
Dr Maini has special interests and extensive experience in corneal transplantation, cataract, laser refractive surgery and plastic surgery around the eye, and has performed over 10,000 ocular procedures. He is committed to and utilises the very latest technology and techniques to achieve the best outcomes in visual rehabilitation and cosmesis solutions for each of his patients.


Accomplishments and Awards
Dr Maini has been personally involved in surgical teaching and training of over 50 ophthalmologists in advanced cataract and corneal surgical techniques. He is on staff for Orbis International as a trainer in Corneal surgery around the world.

Dr Maini has extensive experience of clinical research during and after residency and has presented his results at numerous conferences worldwide. He has been awarded prizes at medical school and for his postgraduate research and has authored over 30 scientific publications in renowned International Ophthalmic Journals.

Professional Memberships

  • Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
  • Royal College of Ophthalmologists (UK)
  • Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists
  • European Society of Cornea Specialists (EuCornea)

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