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Extreme Makeover

Highlights from Professor Dan Reinstein’s appearances on the hit TV show: Extreme Makeover UK. When the producers of the hit TV show Extreme Makeover UK, in which members of the public enjoy a total, extreme body makeover, needed a top Laser Eye Surgeon for their team, they naturally turned to Professor Reinstein. An international authority in his field, who has been instrumental in pushing back the boundaries of what can be achieved with Laser Eye Surgery, Professor Reinstein is also a surgeon who has never… Read more

Extreme Makeover

The Independent

Tuesday, 6 September 2011, The Independent Tired of wearing glasses, Sally Ann Lasson went in search of a cure for her short sight – and found that things are looking up in the world of eye surgery Every time I leave the house, I think I must have forgotten something. What could it be? Cigarettes? No, I quit. Lighter? Don’t need one. Glasses. It’s glasses. I never need to wear glasses again and it is a wonderful relief. There are two ways… Read more

The Independent

BBC Science Clips

Professor Dan Reinstein explains the science behind Laser Eye Surgery for BBC educational programming, and Alex, a patient, undergoes his laser eye surgery procedure Professor Reinstein combines his skills as an enormously experienced clinical surgeon with a reputation as one of the most dedicated and innovative researchers in Laser Eye Surgery. An international authority on the subject, Prof Reinstein has been instrumental in pushing back the boundaries of what can be achieved with laser eye surgery. All of which makes him a natural… Read more

BBC Science Clips

Daily Express (Stars Back Laser Vision)

Sunday October 3, 2010 By Lucy Johnston and Justin Stoneman A revolutionary laser treatment has been developed to reverse the effects of deteriorating vision brought on by age. The ground-breaking technique, known as Laser Blended Vision, can immediately eliminate distance and near vision problems. More than 95 per cent of 300 patients treated now have 20:20 distance vision and can read close news print unaided. Celebrities who have benefited include TV host Philip Schofield, singers Bonnie Tyler and Limahl and Jo Wood,… Read more

Daily Express (Stars Back Laser Vision)

Milk-Bottle Specs? Now You Can Have Laser Surgery, Too

Up to half a million Britons can’t have Laser Eye Surgery because their prescription is too high or their corneas are too thin. Mother-of-two Kal Chauhan, 45, from Preston, Lancashire, was the first person in Britain to undergo a new procedure suitable for this group. Poor eyesight runs in my family. I started wearing glasses when I was nine and during secondary school my vision continued to deteriorate. I needed a minus 11.5 prescription, so I had to wear thick lenses —… Read more

Milk-Bottle Specs? Now You Can Have Laser Surgery, Too

Eye News: Do You See What I See?

From Australia’s Courier News: A striking woman once told me how growing up wearing glasses taught her valuable lessons about the ways of the world: the stupidity of vanity and the capricious nature of beauty. She recalls as a child observing how people interacted with her pretty non-glasses-wearing sisters, how easily they received attention simply by smiling and looking cute.  Then, she grew up and left behind childhood awkwardness, grew tall, killer curves, luscious brunette hair, swapped glasses for lenses and suddenly… Read more

Eye News: Do You See What I See?

Eye News: Laser Technology 50th Anniversary; Continues To Reap Benefits In The Sports World

Eye News: Laser Technology 50th Anniversary; Continues To Reap Benefits In The Sports World In 50 short years, the laser has beamed its way into thousands of applications that have transformed our modern world.  From its uses in manufacturing to telecommunications to medicine, it’s clearly one of the most important inventions of the last century. It seems to be hard to attract young people into physics, the field that gave birth to lasers.  Donna Strickland, the University of Waterloo’s self described “laser… Read more

Eye News: Laser Technology 50th Anniversary; Continues To Reap Benefits In The Sports World

Financial Times

By Maggie Urry Professor Dan Reinstein of London Vision Clinic gave eye tests to 29 parliamentarians earlier this week. They included Malcolm Wicks, energy minister, Lord (Tom) King, the former Tory defence secretary, and Ed Vaizey, the Cameroon MP for Wantage and Didcot who admitted to regularly washing his contact lenses down the sink. Today is World Sight Day, organised by the World Health Organisation as part of its Vision 2020 campaign to eliminate by 2020 the avoidable blindness that affects 28m… Read more

Financial Times

Eye Science: 1st Century Roots; Modern Day Impacts

Eye Science: 1st Century Roots; Modern Day Impacts ITV’s Loose Women host Jackie Brambles has suffered from short-sightedness since the age of 17, however as soon as she was pregnant, she started to have problems, inflamed and dry eyes and increasingly became dependant on her glasses.  She couldn’t wear contact lenses and her eye sight was deteriorating.  It is said that a hormone, progesterone could play a vital role in affecting eye sight during pregnancy. Encouraged by Phillip Schofield’s successful and straightforward… Read more

Eye Science: 1st Century Roots; Modern Day Impacts

MSN Health And Well-being

by Ross Chainey, Health Editor Around 100,000 Brits have Laser Eye Surgery every year and for many of them the procedure is life enhancing. Yet much of the information and advice in circulation is conflicting, and many people therefore remain sceptical. We sent our Health Editor to find out how you can have safe Laser Eye Surgery. Compared to last week, the world through my eyes looks like a different place. No longer will I have to wait until a bus is… Read more

MSN Health And Well-being

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