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Caroline Wilde is an Ophthalmic and Oculoplastic Surgeon, specialising in blepharoplasty surgery, eyelid surgery and advanced facial aesthetics. Following seven years of comprehensive ophthalmology training and two fellowships in oculoplastic surgery at the renowned Moorfields Eye Hospital, Caroline was invited by her mentor, Mr Daniel Ezra, to join his distinguished Harley Street team.

Miss Wilde's academic achievements are a testament to her dedication to excellence. She received a distinction for her Masters of Research at the Institute of Ophthalmology and UCL and was awarded the Florence Nightingale Prize for her contributions at the University of Liverpool. As an avid researcher, she has presented her findings internationally and authored numerous research papers.


Passionate about achieving the best outcomes for her patients, Caroline has an extensive surgical experience that spans across all aspects of eye surgery, encompassing over two thousand procedures. Her unwavering commitment to precision and attention to detail led her to specialise in oculoplastic surgery.
When it comes to cosmetic and reconstructive eyelid surgery, Caroline's approach emphasises achieving natural and rejuvenated results. Scars are skilfully concealed within the eyelid creases or positioned just above the brows, often becoming virtually invisible after a few weeks. She also utilises non-surgical treatments to enhance appearance without creating an unnatural look.
As a caring and compassionate doctor, Caroline Wilde is dedicated to helping her patients achieve their aesthetic goals while providing exceptional care..


Research has been a constant focus throughout Caroline’s career. In addition to her medical degree, she completed a Masters of Research at the Institute of Ophthalmology and UCL. During her masters degree, she performed a natural history study of patients with achromatopsia, a hereditary eye disease, in preparation for gene therapy trials. Current clinical trials offer promising initial results.

Caroline's ongoing research endeavours focuses upon enhancing outcomes in aesthetic oculoplastics, with a particular emphasis on improving results in blepharoplasty surgery, direct brow lifts, and filler dissolving. There are numerous studies currently underway at The Ezra Clinic, where she conducts research to further refine and optimise these procedures. Caroline has published multiple articles in peer-reviewed journals, one winning her the prestigious Théa Trophy, presented at ARVO in Vancouver.


Teaching and Training

In addition to clinical work, Caroline is dedicated to sharing her expertise through teaching and training. She believes in the open discussion of surgical outcomes and experiences among surgeons. As a result, she has organised a surgical training event for London ophthalmologists over the past three years, facilitating knowledge exchange and professional development. In collaboration with Daniel, she also coordinates a tear trough filler course.

As part of the Vision 2020 project, she has volunteered to write the oculoplastic curriculum for trainee ophthalmologists in Ghana. This initiative aims to improve sub-speciality ophthalmology teaching and involves a series of online lectures followed by hands-on surgical coaching. The ultimate objective is that these online lectures will be offered to all developing nations and that the surgeons who have attended the course will go on to teach and train the next generation.

Caroline's achievements, commitment to excellence, and dedication to advancing her field make her a highly respected and sought-after oculoplastic surgeon in the United Kingdom.