Saul Rajak is an ophthalmologist. He consults and operates in general ophthalmology including cataract and cataract surgery, dry eyes, ophthalmic emergencies and trauma and glaucoma. He has a specialist interest in eyelid (oculoplastic), tear drainage (lacrimal) and socket (orbital) surgery including functional and cosmetic eyelid surgery such as upper and lower lid blepharoplasty and ‘eye bag’ surgery, endoscopic lacrimal and orbital surgery.
Mr Rajak graduated from Nottingham in 2000. He undertook specialist ophthalmology training in the London region including at the Sussex Eye Hospital, Moorfields Eye Hospital and St Thomas’ Hospital. He did his first fellowship in oculoplastic (eyelid), orbital (eye socket) and lacrimal (tear drainage) at the Sussex Eye Hospital and his second fellowship at The Royal Adelaide Hospital, Australia for specialist training in oculoplastics, but in particular eyelid tumour surgery and endoscopic surgery, lacrimal and orbital surgery.
Mr Rajak is very active in research. He has authored over 100 publications, 1 full textbook and 3 textbook chapters (see publications section of website for further details).
Mr Rajak is a very active clinical and surgical teacher. He runs an intensive oculoplastic training fellowship, a yearly endoscopic lacrimal and orbital training course that is attended by surgeons from around the world and trains numerous junior ophthalmologists.