Can I Have Laser Eye Surgery If I Have A Collagen Vascular Disease?

Collagen vascular diseases may not preclude a patient from having Laser Eye Surgery.  If a patient’s inflammatory basis for the collagen vascular disease is out of control it may mean that we are not able to provide treatment at that present time but we work very closely with the patient’s GP and if necessary an ocular inflammatory expert to ascertain the patient’s suitability for treatment.

Suitability Explained Further…

Yes, you should indicate this when you are having an initial screening.


Mr Carp explains that the London Vision Clinic work closely with an ocular inflammatory experts to ascertain the patients suitability for treatment.

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Everything was very straightforward and I felt completely informed and put at ease by the staff. The results are amazing, I can see better now than with contact lenses! I would recommend the surgery to anyone.

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