Guide to Dry Eyes and Laser Eye Surgery [VIDEO]

Quick Guide to Dry Eyes and Laser Eye Surgery Updated for 2023 Our eyes represent one of the most incredibly complex parts of the human body. They are the cameras of the natural world, converting light into crisp images that many of us would be lost without. But with this complexity comes a huge amount of components that all need to function correctly in order for our vision to be as effective as possible. It is therefore crucial that our…

Guide to Alcohol and Laser Eye Surgery

Guide to Alcohol and Laser Eye Surgery Updated for 2023 Can I drink alcohol after Laser Eye Surgery? Or the night before? Alcohol has become a fact of life for many people, whether for social or even therapeutic reasons. Feeling completely knocked out by the flu? A soothing alcohol-infused nightcap can often make us feel a little better. Spending the night with the in-laws? Alcohol is almost a prerequisite! We have all sneaked a small one when we probably shouldn’t…

Guide to Contact Lens, Glasses, and Laser Eye Surgery

Guide to Contact Lens, Glasses, and Laser Eye Surgery Updated for 2023 These days, you would think that it’s easy to decide the best option between contact lenses, glasses, or Laser Eye Surgery. But, your opinion on this matter can vary wildly depending on who you ask, their personal experience, and even what stage of life they are in. Confusingly, your perception of Laser Eye Surgery, compared with visual aids, can be significantly affected by the opinions you are exposed…

How long after laser eye surgery can I watch TV?

How Long After Laser Eye Surgery can I Watch TV? What do you imagine when you think of a patient recovering from surgery? It probably involves a person lying in a hospital bed or on their sofa at home indulging in various comfort foods while passively absorbing the latest must-watch series or watching repeats on Dave. I mean, is there anything better than a rowdy episode of Love Island or a gripping Scandinavian murder mystery to help transport you away…

Can I Go Blind After Laser Eye Surgery? [VIDEO]

A big question, can I go blind after laser eye surgery? The answer to that, (in theory) is yes. There have been reported cases around the world where people have lost extensive vision after laser eye surgery. These cases are extremely rare. It would take a series of events to happen, very unfortunate events, to leave the person in a predicament where they lost all their vision….

Myths and Questions About Laser Eye Surgery – Explained

Myths and Questions About Laser Eye Surgery – Explained When it comes to Laser Eye Surgery, most people start the process with a huge number of questions and concerns – many of which are unfortunately fuelled by long-standing myths. These myths often lead to misinformation and needless worry and anxiety. Here at London Vision Clinic, we want to debunk these myths and give you all the┬áright information you need to make an informed decision about your treatment. so, let’s start…

When Can I Drive After Laser Eye Surgery Treatment? [VIDEO]

When Can I Drive After Laser Eye Surgery Treatment? [VIDEO] When having any kind of surgery, it is only natural to consider the aftermath. How long until you are able to get back to your normal routine? Well, let’s take a look at some examples. After having your gall bladder removed, you’ll be looking at around two weeks before you can get back to your everyday life. For knee surgery, I’m afraid it’s more like six weeks. And a hip…

About Laser Eye Treatment At London Vision Clinic

Common Questions About Laser Eye Treatment at London Vision Clinic When toying with the idea of having Laser Eye Surgery, there will likely be a huge number of questions and concerns whizzing around your head. This is only natural – I mean, we all want to know as much as we can when it comes the to the health and safety of our eyes. That’s why we’ve put together this guide: to answer all of the most common questions about…

What is IntraLase and is it Better Than Conventional Laser Eye Surgery? [VIDEO]

IntraLase is the terminology given to one of the laser machines, which is used to create a flap in the cornea. The technology group that it falls under is called a femtosecond laser. There are approximately six different types of femtosecond lasers in the world today, of which IntraLase is one of them. The way these lasers work is that instead of making a cut in the eye to create the flap is that they create a bubble there at a programmed depth within the cornea. …