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Laser Eye Surgery Blog

Fed up of cheap reading glasses

They were never meant to be part of your life. It was just another day on a routine shopping trip, after a morning of straining to read this month’s bank statement and the small print on product labels, when you finally decided enough is enough and paused as you passed the revolving rack of shame. You casually rotated the stand, trying to give off an air of passive interest, and then, when nobody was looking your way, slyly whisked a pair into the… Read more

Fed up of cheap reading glasses

Anxious about Laser Eye Surgery? Read why you don’t have to be

Most of us have a weird, visceral reaction to the thought of someone touching our eyes. And even hearing the word mentioned in the same breath as ‘laser’ is enough to make us cringe. So when it comes to actually considering or preparing for the surgery, well, you can take that icky feeling and times it by ten. Add to that even the slightest trace of negativity about Laser Eye Surgery online, and you have a perfect recipe for widespread fear. But apart… Read more

Anxious about Laser Eye Surgery? Read why you don’t have to be

Why Laser Eye Surgery could benefit you

Wearing glasses or contact lenses can at times feel like being in a relationship: you can’t live with them, but you can’t live without them. So you put up with their non-stop annoyances and tendency to disrupt everything in your life. For the benefits it’s worth it, you tell yourself. But why compromise with second best when you can have the prize guy? With Laser Eye Surgery, you can show your second-rate visual aids the door and divorce them for good. And it’s not a painful… Read more

Why Laser Eye Surgery could benefit you

10 things every glasses wearer will know

Glasses are cool. But the oil and pimples around the rims are not. Nor is the dumb feeling of waking up with no clue where you left them, only to find them in a really obvious spot. And don’t get me started on… Glasses wearers put up with A LOT that frameless folks just don’t understand — do your pet hates make the list? You grab a quick shower before work and it takes way longer than it should. There’s nowhere to put… Read more

10 things every glasses wearer will know

Wake up sharp — not blurry

The day starts with a hunt around the house. You could have sworn you left them on the bedside table. Are they in the bathroom? Nope. Kitchen? Nope. 20 minutes later you return to where you started scratching your head and spot them right there, where they’ve been all long, on the bedside table. This kind of sums up how the rest of the day goes. After you finally found them, you pop them down and jump in the shower, rush through shaving,… Read more

Wake up sharp — not blurry

9 Facts about Laser Eye Surgery to put your mind at rest

No marketing hype or fake news here. Just 9 concrete, evidence-backed facts to wash away your doubts and fears and clear up your understanding of Laser Eye Surgery — once and for all. Essentially, no. Technically there is an exceedingly small risk of blindness with laser eye surgery but it is lower than the risk of wearing monthly contact lenses for one year, so a risk that everyone seems to accept as perfectly reasonable. After Laser Eye Surgery, it’s normal to experience… Read more

9 Facts about Laser Eye Surgery to put your mind at rest

Laser Eye Surgery vs contact lenses: Read the facts

Trying to figure out if you should have Laser Eye Surgery or not is generally not a barrel of laughs. Granted, you don’t go into it expecting to enjoy yourself. But let’s face it, it could be a whole lot easier and less stressful than it’s made to be. Heck, it could even be fun! Okay, maybe that’s pushing it a bit too far… But the point is, if it wasn’t for all the misinformation, bias marketing spiel, and untrustworthy tabloid articles, deciding… Read more

Laser Eye Surgery vs contact lenses: Read the facts

Why are independent reviews so useful?

It’s Friday night, and instead of hitting the usual dinner spot you and your partner decide to try somewhere new. But rather than strolling up and down the streets of Marylebone, casually browsing menus, peering through windows, and trying desperately not to start an argument, you reach for your phone. You call one of your friends, the who shares similar tastes and reckons themselves a bit of a food critic (we all have one). Or, like most of us, you take the… Read more

Why are independent reviews so useful?

Our most popular posts of 2016

2016 was dominated by what’s been called “a political earthquake”. And when looking back, an earthquake is a fitting metaphor to describe the year as a whole. Brexit, chaotic weather, exploding smartphones, the Zika virus, explosions in airports, the death of stars and political legends, and, not forgetting, surprise reality star presidents. Many things happened in 2016 that shook the world to its core. But aside from the tragedies and political upsets, there was also a seismic wave of incredible achievements, technological… Read more

Our most popular posts of 2016

How long to get used to blended vision?

Presbyopia, or age related reading vision changes, can cause eye strain and headaches, reduces your ability to read small print and makes it near enough impossible to do anything close-up. And if that wasn’t enough, when you look for a solution for it, you’re bound to come away even more frustrated. For something that impacts millions of people around the world — 11 million in the US alone — and is pretty much guaranteed to affect anyone beyond the age of 40, this is… Read more

How long to get used to blended vision?

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