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Laser Eye Surgery Blog

North West Evening Mail

3 Nov 2010 Each year more than 100,000 people in the UK have Laser Eye Surgery, yet there are still fears about the dangers, pain and possible outcome of the procedure. Hannah Stephenson describes her experience. These days, many of us probably know someone who’s had Laser Eye Surgery and enthused about the resulting freedom from the restrictions of glasses and contact lenses. Thousands of people a year are having the treatment for a variety of reasons. While the old saying, “men… Read more

North West Evening Mail

The Insight Newsletter – October 2010 Edition

The Insight Newsletter – October 2010 Edition We sent out our second e-newsletter today. If you missed it, here is the link to the online version of the newsletter. The quarterly publication, which is delivered straight to your inbox, carries all the latest news on our research, staff and developments within the Clinic. As well as London Vision Clinic news, some editions will tackle broader issues, keeping you up to date with developments in the industry. Although given our position at the… Read more

The Insight Newsletter – October 2010 Edition

Reveal Health & Self

Almost half the UK’s 60 million population now wears glasses or contact lenses, but few people consider laser surgery an option. Whether it’s a fear of the procedure, worry over the costs or just a lack of knowledge, Laser Eye Surgery is often surrounded by myths and misconceptions. In fact, for many of us, it is something that can be a hugely positive, life-changing experience.¬†Recent research has found that 62 per cent of British adults who wear glasses claim their lives would… Read more

Reveal Health & Self

Insight Magazine

For the majority of the population glasses are part of everyday life, yet can also be the bane of your life when it comes to ageing eyes, bifocal vision and general deterioration. Here at Insight, we all struggle with our eyesight, with many in the office spec wearers, but wouldn’t it be nice to wake up in the morning and not fumble around for your glasses and have crystal clear vision to deal with everyday tasks… Laser Eye Surgery could be the… Read more

Insight Magazine

SHE Magazine

Severely short-sighted for more than 20 years, Sarah Gooding, 32, finally took the plunge and had Laser Eye Surgery. Here, she describes what it was like to see the world in sharp focus for the first time. It has been five weeks and three days since I underwent laser surgery – and after 20 years of blurred vision, I’m still waiting for the novelty to fade. Every morning, I open my eyes and marvel at the fine spidery detail of the leaves… Read more

SHE Magazine

Daily Telegraph (Happy Employees)

By David Sumner Smith Pay rates “way above the sector average” are not the only reason the 23 staff at London Vision Clinic are happy and committed to their work. Being cheerful is a prerequisite for working at the Laser Eye Surgery company near London’s Regents Park. Laser eye surgeon Prof Dan Reinstein learned its importance when working for Club Med 25 Years ago. “If you saw a Club Med guest you had to establish eye contact and smile”, he recalls. “It’s… Read more

Daily Telegraph (Happy Employees)

Daily Express (Jam Jar Glasses)

Over 100,000 patients a year in Britain have their vision corrected with the help of laser surgery. A revolutionary technique in eye surgery is allowing patients with prescriptions that were previously thought too difficult to treat to have pin-sharp vision, says Nick Harding. Yvonne Cockerton was 13 when she started to wear thick glasses. Without her chunky minus 8.5 prescription spectacles, the investment accountant from Ware, Hertfordshire, could not recognise people she knew. “Even with ultra-thin lenses, the glasses were thick. Without… Read more

Daily Express (Jam Jar Glasses)

All Out Cricket

He may be fat, bald and four-eyed, AOC editor Andy Afford was now in a position to change things. After a personal invitation from Professor Dan Reinstein at the London Vision Clinic, at least one thing was going to get sorted. And with the gym membership “in the post” and the phone numbers of chief rug-wearers Gooch and Warne set to speed dial, you have to ask yourself, is a full blown mid-life crisis imminent? I want to say from the outset… Read more

All Out Cricket

Body Language

The decline of vision with age is a universal complaint. But Prof Dan Reinstein explains how treatment techniques are turning back the clock on ageing eyes with presbyopia. Presbyopia will affect all of us at some point in our lives, occurring in 100% of the population. The condition occurs as the eyes age, losing ability to change the focus of the eye to zoom from distance to near objects. It’s an entirely natural process resulting in gradual visual impairment, but one which… Read more

Body Language

Cache Magazine

REM.fm’s Mary Harboe counts down the months, weeks, days and hours to her life-changing Laser Eye Surgery in the safe hands of Professor Reinstein at the London Vision Clinic. Is there such a thing as coincidence? I am not sure, but it certainly seemed rather odd that within the space of 24 hours I had heard a new word – ‘presbyopia’ – mentioned in two completely different circumstances. Of course, if I had studied the classics I might have worked out the… Read more

Cache Magazine

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