He trained (HST) in Birmingham and has had the opportunity to do two renowned fellowships in anterior segment in Birmingham and Nottingham.
Mr Mantry provides tertiary corneal refractive surgery expertise for routine and complex corneal problems. He has been providing lamellar and complex corneal transplant over 14 years at Tennent Institute of Ophthalmology, the biggest eye unit in Scotland.
Mr Mantry is one of the only Fellowship trained refractive surgeon in Scotland who provides complete solution in Cornea and refractive service including dealing with complications from other providers. He has performed over 2000 laser refractive procedures and over 20,000 lens procedures (cataract and RLE).
He is currently the Council member for United Kingdom and Ireland Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (UKISCRS). He is also faculty member on for the national and international conference for Cornea, Cataract and Refractive Surgery and a key opinion leader in the field. As an honorary lecturer for Glasgow Caledonian University, he has published over 20 peer reviewed articles, and he's also an examiner for the Fellowship exam for Ophthalmologists (Glasgow).
Mr Mantry is also involved in the teaching and training for Ophthalmologists and Optometrists in training and has been College tutor and educational supervisor as well as an appraiser for Greater Glasgow and Clyde.
Mr Mantry recently moved to the new state of art Eye Centre at Golden Jubilee Hospital. The NHS Golden Jubilee Eye Centre already completes around 18 per cent of all cataract treatment in Scotland and will carry out over 18,000 procedures a year in this specialty. Receiving referrals from across Scotland, the eye centre will be a leading light for other National Elective Centres over the next few years.