Andrew is an award winning cataract and glaucoma surgeon with a special interest in cataract surgery and all forms of glaucoma treatment.
He is a consultant at Princess Alexandra Eye Pavilion, Edinburgh and offers private appointments at The Edinburgh Clinic, seeing patients from across Scotland and abroad. He provides a service personalised to the needs of individual patients.
Andrew is one of the few ophthalmologists to have completed two advanced training fellowships, graduating from two of the world's leading eye hospitals - Moorfields Eye Hospital, London and Shiley Eye Institute, University of California, San Diego, USA.
He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, The Royal College of Ophthalmologists and European Board of Ophthalmologists, awarded the highest score in Europe in his board examination.
Andrew was one of the first ophthalmologists in Europe to pass the European Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ESCRS) Subspecialist in Cataract and Refractive Surgery Diploma.
Andrew works with most insurance companies but many of his patients choose to self pay. A new patient consultation is £200.
Book an appointment directly with
Dr Tatham by contacting The Edinburgh Clinic
0131 516 8050
Self pay fees
Initial consultation: £200
Follow up consultation: £150
Cataract surgery: from £2695
(£3,295 for toric lens, £3,595 for multifocal lens)
Cataract plus iStent: £4595
Laser iridotomy: £960 (one eye), £1150 (both eyes)
SLT: £995 (one eye)
YAG capsulotomy: £575 (one eye), £750 (both eyes)
To check other prices please call 0131 516 8050
What patient's say about Dr Tatham
"Mr Tatham is an exceptional Eye Surgeon who has treated my glaucoma with great success.
His advice, care and surgical attention have been excellent."
Dinah Bentley, Edinburgh
"Dr Tatham saved my sight and I’m so grateful.”
Teresita Winser, Aberdeenshire
A patient recently shared her story in the Sunday Post. Click the link below to read more.
Dr Tatham in the news
Dr Tatham is chair of Eyecare, the charitable body supporting vision research
and training in Edinburgh and the Lothians.
If you are holding a charity event or considering a legacy donation please consider a gift this fund which is part of Edinburgh and Lothians Health Foundation.