Positive Results Years Later

Potential patients for corrective Laser Eye Surgery often wonder if their results will last. The truth of the matter is, that while vision can regress with age, we wouldn’t be selling a product if we thought that the results were short term. Corrective Laser Eye Surgery is a life changing procedure, and we hope that your world will be clearer for as long as possible! The good news is that you don’t have to take our word for it. Patients often check in months, or even years later to tell us their success story

Jaqueline had a squint from birth and had worn glasses for over 50 years when she decided to go through with the procedure. She was delighted when she no longer woke up feeling blindly for her glasses or had to worry about all of the extra travel preparations that her eyes required. She was even happier when three years after her Laser Eye Surgery the results had stuck…

Image of positive results after laser eye surgery

For weeks, Lis anxiously kicked around the idea of even just calling the clinic. It took her two weeks before she was able to muster up the courage to give them a call and set up a consultation. You see, over a series of years Lis had been rejected time and time again from clinic after clinic because of her severe astigmatism. Fortunately for Lis, she is strong-willed and didn’t give up hope. Then finally, one day after years of searching, she found London Vision Clinic. At long last she had found a clinic capable of handling her particular situation-and extremely well qualified too! The medical staff helped to put her at ease despite her anxiousness. Now, two years after her Laser Eye Surgery, she is still thrilled with her new eyes.

Our highly qualified surgeons are one of a kind, but that doesn’t mean that we don’t understand hang-ups and doubts. If you are one of the many potential patients who is preoccupied with a potential regression, or simply convinced that you aren’t even suitable, I encourage you to give us a call at London Vision Clinic. If you are not found suitable for laser eye surgery this will be discussed with you extensively at your initial consultation.