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Laser Eye Surgery Blog

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

Eye Robot – Can Robots See?

Eye Robot – Can Robots See? From The Economist: “Robots are getting smarter and more agile all the time. They disarm bombs, fly combat missions, put together complicated machines, even play football. Why, then, one might ask, are they nowhere to be seen, beyond war zones, factories and technology fairs? One reason is that they themselves cannot see very well. And people are understandably wary of purblind contraptions bumping into them willy-nilly in the street or at home. “All that a camera-equipped… Read more

Eye Robot – Can Robots See?

Mail Online (The facts and the myths)

by Professor Dan Z Reinstein I try to make my patients feel relaxed before they have Laser Eye Surgery. But over the years – and I’ve done more than 18,500 procedures – so many of my patients have harboured unfounded fears about the procedure that I wanted to set the record straight. Here are some myths and facts… Laser Eye Surgery should cost at least £4,000 – this covers the right checks and the best technology. It takes the approximately three minutes… Read more

Mail Online (The facts and the myths)

Daily Telegraph (Looking Good – Sounding Better)

We take our senses for granted but our ears and eyes are under constant threat. So what’s the best way to care for them? Victoria Lambert finds out… Although all of us dread going blind or deaf, few of us are proactive about protecting our eyes and ears; they’re easy parts of the body to neglect. Yet, research has shown – and doctors confirm – that with surprisingly little extra care it’s easy to improve your chances of retaining your senses, not… Read more

Daily Telegraph (Looking Good – Sounding Better)

Hello! Magazine

Many stars can’t believe their eyes after Laser Vision Correction Surgery. But can we all look forward to a life without glasses? Phillip Schofield has a whole new outlook on life these days – and it’s all thanks to vision correction surgery. After having the procedure (which he allowed to be filmed for This Morning), the popular presenter, a glasses wearer since the age of 15, could not quite believe his eyes. “Done! Unbelievable, astonishing, painless and quite emotional,” he said. “I… Read more

Hello! Magazine

The Evening Standard

by Sam Ross An eye surgeon has avoided being struck off the register after leaving children’s author Jan Fearnley with blurred vision from LASIK laser work to correct her shortsightedness. Each year more than 100,560 laser eye treatments are carried out in Britain, mostly LASIK. Complications are said to occur in three to six percent of patients. So would you take the risk? Here university student Sam Ross reveals his recent experience. What kind of person would pay good money to have… Read more

The Evening Standard

Eye News: The Eye Of God Is Spotted In Space

Eye News: The Eye Of God Is Spotted In Space We’re adding a new feature to the Insight blog this week that features news, some weird and some serious, that appeared recently relating to eyes, vision and laser eye surgery. We hope you enjoy it! On the immensely grand side of the news we’re delighted to share this outstanding image of the Helix Nebula, taken by the Hubble Telescope, similar to the one that appeared in the Daily Mirror. According to Wikipedia,… Read more

Eye News: The Eye Of God Is Spotted In Space

Daily Mirror

By Jon Clements They are the crack gun cops who guard Tony Blair, ready to respond in a split second with a precision shot to rub out anyone deemed a threat to his life. Trouble is, some of them don’t have 20/20 vision… Five of the elite armed squad that protect the PM with high-powered pistols and sub-machine guns have dodgy eyes and are being sent for laser surgery to improve their sight. The members of the Diplomatic Protection Group who wear… Read more

Daily Mirror

Now Magazine (Your Health)

With Laser Eye Surgery on the rise, Now’s Maddy Biddulph says goodbye glasses, hello world… Kerry Katona’s due to have it this year, Denise Van Outen said hers changed her life and Myleene Klass has admitted she wishes she’d done it sooner. No, we are not talking boob jobs- we are talking Laser Eye Surgery. New research reveals that on average women who wear glasses look thre years older than they really are, while 45 percent of us hate the way they… Read more

Now Magazine (Your Health)

Top Santé (A Case For Laser Eye Surgery?)

Top Santé writer Sharon Parsons chose to undergo the most popular elective surgery in the world – but not without weighing up all the pros and cons first… I’m lying on a bed in a small operating theatre, clutching a ‘lucky’ soft toy I’ve been given by a nurse. Without my glasses, my surroundings are hazy, but I’m aware of the soaring equipment above me, bright lights, an enormous spaceship-sized control panel and several people in scrubs. My heart is pounding as… Read more

Top Santé (A Case For Laser Eye Surgery?)

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