London Vision Clinic Featured On ITV’s This Morning Show

“My name is Fran Lawrence. I’m up here today to have laser eye surgery. I’m short sighted and long sighted and I now wear bifocals. The quality of my vision is deteriorating a lot at the moment. I can’t see a thing when I try to read a book or a newspaper. I’ve decided to have laser eye surgery because I want to take myself back to my life before I had to start to wear glasses. I’m feeling very nervous about the operation and very excited and I can’t wait to get it done and see what life feels like after it’s been completed.” Read more about Fran’s story as featured on ITV This Morning….

Drink Milk To Keep Eyes Healthy

Drink Milk To Keep Eyes Healthy Drinking milk could help women ward off eye disease according to the Daily Mail’s medical correspondent. A study has found that females with the highest levels of Vitamin D are almost two thirds less likely to develop age-related macular degeneration (click here for information about Laser Eye Surgery and macular degeneration). This disease is the leading cause of blindness in the over 50’s affecting around 200,000 Britons each year. It eventually robs sufferers of…

Phillip Schofield Has PRESBYOND® Laser Blended Vision

Phillip Schofield of ITV’s This Morning Undergoes Laser Eye Surgery After  ITV’s This Morning took a look at Laser Eye Surgery a few months ago, Phillip Schofield, a presenter on the show began considering what laser eye surgery could do for his deteriorating vision. After deciding to take the plunge, he took the cameras along on his journey from the initial consultation and tests at the London Vision Clinic all the way through to the moment Prof. Dan Reinstein conducted the LASIK procedure….

The Sunday Times

A Life In The Day: Prof Dan Reinstein The Laser Eye Surgeon, 44, is the medical director of the London Vision Clinic. He is also professor of ophthalmology at the University of Paris. He and his wife, Ursula, live in central London with their children: Julia, seven, Maxwell, four, and Oscar, two.” The alarm goes off at 6:30, and at least three times a week I go to the gym. As an eye surgeon, spending a lot of time doing…

Daily Mail

Chocolate? Now That Is A Tasty New Treatment! Once regarded as a health sin, chocolate is now being hailed as a superfood because of the high levels of health-boosting antioxidants it contains. Other ingredients include theobromine, which is good for the nervous system. A recent study at Imperial College London showed chocolate can suppress persistent coughing. Another compound, phenylethylamine, is thought to have a mood-boosting effect. Meanwhile, antioxidants in chocolate are said to protect the skin against UV damage. They…