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Laser Eye Surgery Blog

Liberate Yourself With Laser Eye Surgery

Laser Eye Surgery is a life changing experience. Thus, it is very common for many corrective eye surgery patients to feel liberated after the procedure. In the case of some patients, it’s quite normal for them to struggle with the decision before ultimately opting for an entirely optional procedure. After all, we are creatures of habit and the idea of revamping our lives can be daunting and even a little scary. Here are two stories that may change your own personal outlook… Read more

Liberate Yourself With Laser Eye Surgery

Events Around London – The Virgin London Marathon

With April bringing some long-awaited sunshine, it seems that spring might finally be around the corner for Londoners! The prospect of some sun has brought excited discussion to the Clinic, as we envisage picnics, city strolls, and cycling in Regent’s Park: if you’re looking for an alternative London experience, however, what better way to enjoy some warmer weather than by spectating at one of the city’s most famous events, the London Marathon? Taking place this Sunday, 21 April, the London Marathon is… Read more

Events Around London – The Virgin London Marathon

Can London Vision Clinic Correct Or Fix My Previous Laser Eye Surgery? [video]

98% of people who come to the London Vision Clinic can be treated. This includes patients who have been told that they are not suitable for laser eye treatment at another clinic and patients who have had Laser Eye Surgery somewhere else and are not happy with their previous results or have experienced complications. We do not only exceed the standards required by the Care Quality Commission, but we are one of only a few Laser Eye Surgery clinics in the UK… Read more

Can London Vision Clinic Correct Or Fix My Previous Laser Eye Surgery? [video]

Standardised Reporting Of Laser Eye Surgery Results Will Improve Quality Claims

Standardised Reporting Of Laser Eye Surgery Results Will Improve Quality Claims In a mature medical specialty such as refractive surgery, the value of publishing the outcomes of a particular surgical technique, study or case series is maximized if these outcomes are directly comparable to other publications. This can best be achieved by peer-reviewed journals strictly adhering to a universal standard or format for reporting outcomes. In 2000, George O. Waring III, in association with the editorial staffs of the Journal of Refractive… Read more

Standardised Reporting Of Laser Eye Surgery Results Will Improve Quality Claims

A Light Bulb Moment – Switching On For Better Sight

A Light Bulb Moment – Switching On For Better Sight Have you ever tried to buy a replacement light bulb without bringing the old one along in your pocket? The choice is quite baffling and the possibilities endlessly confusing – you almost need a degree in physics to make head or tail of it. Forget all those inappropriate jokes about how many blondes are needed to change a light bulb – it really doesn’t matter what colour your hair (or what sex… Read more

A Light Bulb Moment – Switching On For Better Sight

You’ve Gotta Have A Hobby

You’ve Gotta Have A Hobby For Dr Dan it’s the saxophone and for Glenn Carp it’s all about outdoor sports and a special passion for fly fishing. Anybody in a demanding, absorbing profession that calls for total, unwavering concentration will understand the need for a hobby. And not just any pastime will do. While knitting a scarf or baking biscuits might provide a temporary diversion, they could never allow for the necessary total switch off from the demands of Laser Eye Surgery… Read more

You’ve Gotta Have A Hobby

How High Is An Elephant’s Eye?

How High Is An Elephant’s Eye? As I write this I am listening to the music of Rodgers and Hammerstein and appreciating the timeless talent of the greatest creative partnership American musical theatre has ever seen. It is exceptionally pleasant to re-visit all those classics of yesteryear: “I’m going to wash that man right of my hair”, “People will say we’re in love”, “I enjoy being a girl”, all those recognisable tunes from Carousel, Oklahoma! The King and I and The Sound… Read more

How High Is An Elephant’s Eye?

A Summary Of The London Vision Clinic’s Research Activity In 2009

A Summary Of The London Vision Clinic’s Research Activity In 2009 Hello! I’m Tim Archer, the Research Manager for the London Vision Clinic. I was recently asked to summarise what the research team has been doing over the past year and we thought it might make a nice guest blog post as well.  Many people are surprised to hear that the clinic conducts ongoing research, in addition to treating patients. In fact, one of the main reasons we can achieve the results we… Read more

A Summary Of The London Vision Clinic’s Research Activity In 2009

The Fame Game

Walking around the streets of the capital, it is not unusual to spot the odd celebrity. In and around North London where I have been living for the last few months I’ve seen Little Britain’s Matt Lucas walking his dog near Marylebone High Street, Gwyneth Paltrow on the school run in Camden and Kate Moss in a café in Hampstead. Even since this post began to mull around in my brain prior to writing it down – I have spotted the journalist… Read more

The Fame Game

Media Friendly Dr. Dan … Wicked!

Dr Dan is, what we call in the business, “Media Friendly”. In other words, he is a great communicator – one who can spontaneously deliver  his message in exactly the right tone whether his audience comprises top ophthalmic surgeons at a world congress  or avant-garde music lovers tuning in to BBC Radio6. Those listening to the George Lamb Show on July 14th heard how Dr Dan could hold his own on the banter-front by returning the quick fire humour of George and… Read more

Media Friendly Dr. Dan … Wicked!

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