Welcome to the practice
of Dr Tim Isaacs,
Ophthalmic Surgeon.

Welcome to the practice
of Dr Tim Isaacs,
Ophthalmic Surgeon.

Welcome to the practice
of Dr Tim Isaacs,
Ophthalmic Surgeon.

Meet Dr Tim Isaacs


Tim is a highly experienced ophthalmologist providing expert eye care at his rooms in Subiaco and at Perth hospitals. He treats cataracts, and medical and surgical disorders of the retina, macula, choroid and vitreous. His special interests are uveal melanoma and ocular oncology. Tim regularly operates at St John of God Subiaco Eye Hospital and Perth Eye Hospital, and he has a clinical appointment at Royal Perth Hospital. He is also a Clinical Senior Lecturer at the University of Western Australia. For details of Tim’s awards, publications and presentations click the button.

Advanced technology and caring people.

Perth Retina is equipped with leading-edge diagnostic imaging systems, but they’d be nothing without the kind, skillful people who provide your care. Dr Isaacs’ expert surgical and medical care is made possible by a brilliant staff who put every patient at ease. Tim consults Monday to Friday, with appointments usually available within two weeks. Urgent and emergency appointments are available at short notice. Learn more by clicking the buttons below.


A clouding or opacity of the natural lens of the eye.

Diabetic Retinopathy

Damage to blood vessels in the retina due to high levels of blood sugar.

Epiretinal Membrane

A thin film of fibrous tissue that forms over the central part of the retina.

Flashes and Floaters

Flashes are brief arcs of light. Floaters are spots moving in your field of view.

Macular Degeneration

Chronic degenerative retinal diseases that cause progressive loss of central vision.

Macular Hole

A small round hole that develops in the centre of the retina.

Retinal Detachment

When the retina is separated from the underlying eye wall tissues and loses its function.

Retinal Tear

A partial retinal detachment that may be reattached with laser surgery or retinal cryotherapy

Retinal Vein Occlusion

Where a vein in the retinal circulation has become blocked.

Uveal Melanoma

A tumour that grows initially in the uvea and can invade the surrounding tissues.

Vitreomacular Traction

Where changes in the vitreous gel at the back of the eye pull on the macula and impair vision.

Vitreous Haemorrhage

Bleeding into the vitreous cavity of the eye.

Get in touch

You’re welcome to contact us during business hours on 9381 5911, email [email protected], or use the form below.