Laser Eye Surgery Blog

The London Eye: Fun Facts About The Capital’s Very Own Visual Organ

The EDF Energy London Eye is one of London’s most popular attractions, attracting around three million visitors every single year. In fact, it even gets more visitors than the Taj Mahal and the Great Pyramids of Giza! Construction began on the London Eye — originally named the Millennium Wheel — back in 1998, in order to celebrate the coming of the new millennium (along with other, less well-fated attractions such as the Millennium Dome – now the O2 arena). The London Eye… Read more

The London Eye: Fun Facts About The Capital’s Very Own Visual Organ

Laser Eye Surgery – A Magical Experience

Many of London Vision Clinic’s patients tell us that their Laser Eye Surgery was “like magic”: quick, easy and painless. Not only the process of Laser Eye Surgery itself, but also the surgery results, are often described as “magical” by our patients. They cannot believe how they can get up in the morning and see perfectly without having to think about their glasses or contact lenses. It may sound simple, but the fact that Laser Eye Surgery can actually improve a person’s… Read more

Laser Eye Surgery – A Magical Experience

Enjoy The Autumn And Discover Some Of London’s Secret Gardens

There’s no denying that we love parks and gardens around London– whether for a calm stroll, a brisk run or a mini picnic during our breaks. We also have a reputation for hosting most of our summer get-togethers at ‘hidden’ gems we come across – be it The Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn (this year’s venue) or Fitzrovia Gardens (in previous years). Given this, we thought we’d share some of our other favourite ‘hidden’ gardens so that you too can enjoy the… Read more

Enjoy The Autumn And Discover Some Of London’s Secret Gardens

Second Suns: A Review By London Vision Clinic

As many of our patients know, one of London Vision Clinic’s proudest achievements was establishing the Refractive Surgery Unit, a satellite of the London Vision Clinic Foundation, at the Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology, Nepal, where, in partnership with Tilganga and the Himalayan Cataract Project (HCP), we have begun to perform humanitarian Laser Surgery on patients whose lives and livelihoods literally depend upon it. Professor Reinstein firmly believes that the Himalayan Cataract Project is, and will continue to be, “one of the major… Read more

Second Suns: A Review By London Vision Clinic