Personalised Laser Eye Surgery to world-class standards
At the London Vision Clinic, our screening process takes longer than any other Laser Eye Surgery clinic. It’s not because we have a laid back work ethic. It’s because we believe the amazing complexity of the eye and the range of different degrees of eye conditions out there make it necessary to have a wide variety of scans, measurements, and tests.
All this inevitably means we cost more than the standard Laser Eye Surgery clinic. So are we worth the extra cost?
Absolutely. The assessment process is one of the most crucial parts of having Laser Eye Surgery. The higher the level of safety, depth, and accuracy of the clinic’s tests, the lower the chance of complications and greater the standard of results.
But we’ve only just scraped the surface of why to choose us as your Laser Eye Surgery clinic. Here at the London Vision Clinic we have some of the world’s best laser eye surgeons, equipped with the most advanced laser technology available. This ensures that right through from the initial assessment to our extended aftercare regime, your vision could not be in better hands.
At the London Vision Clinic, you know you can depend on:
- Rigorous attention to detail and consistently world-class results, backed up by research.
- A very high ratio of staff to patients, for a properly personal, tailored approach.
- Pioneering Laser Blended Vision treatment, to reduce or eliminate the need for reading glasses.
- High Profile treatments for very high prescriptions.
Laser Eye Surgery you can trust
It’s all about trust. Your eyesight is priceless. You owe it to yourself to check every option (including ours) thoroughly before deciding. You’ll find our results for Laser Eye Surgery are among the best in the world.
That’s primarily thanks to our surgical team, who’ve been hand picked for being some of the most specialised and highly trained surgeons in the field.
Individually tailored Laser Eye Surgery
Every eye is unique. The only way to get the best possible result is to tailor the treatment precisely to each individual eye. So that’s what we do.
Your surgeon will calibrate the laser according to your personal treatment plan, based on what is almost certainly the most rigorous and detailed eye exam you’ll ever have.
Laser Blended Vision: no more reading glasses
Everyone’s vision deteriorates after a certain age. Usually that means reading glasses. But we’ve developed Laser Blended Vision, a revolutionary laser eye treatment that can free you from reading glasses for many years.
We adjust one eye to work mostly for distance and a little for up close, and the other mostly for up close and a little for distance. The brain soon learns to combine the two, giving excellent short and long vision.
High profile treatments for very high prescriptions
Many clinics say Laser Eye Surgery can’t help severely short or long sight. But the London Vision Clinic is uniquely well-equipped to treat very high prescriptions.
We offer exceptionally rigorous testing–using the world’s most accurate corneal scanner, the Artemis™ (co-invented by Professor Reinstein). This means we can fine-tune the laser for safe, effective treatment of even the highest of prescriptions.
The best takes time
You’ll pay more for Laser Eye Surgery with us than with most other clinics. That’s because we’re only interested in achieving the highest possible standards–no matter how long it takes.
Our appointments can last two or three times longer than other clinics’. We take meticulous, detailed measurements of each eye and create a personalised treatment programme unique to you. That’s how we achieve our world-renowned results—even in the more difficult cases which other clinics won’t take.
It takes longer, and costs a little more. But when it comes to your vision, compromises are out of the question. To find out how we can help you, at no obligation, contact one of our friendly clinic coordinators today.
A personal take on Laser Eye Surgery: Dr Pixie McKenna’s story
Dr Pixie McKenna talks about her experience of having LASIK surgery with Professor Dan Reinstein at London Vision Clinic.