Do you have short-sightedness? We have a cure.

If you are short-sighted, your eyeball is slightly longer and rounder than it should be. This means the light converges just in front of the retina, creating a blurred image at distance.

London Vision Clinic’s results treating short-sightedness



Treating short-sightedness

Short-sightedness is usually corrected with glasses or contact lenses. But it is also an ideal condition for laser eye treatment. By slightly reshaping the front of the cornea, the light is refocused precisely on the retina, eliminating short-sightedness.

So if you have short-sightedness, we can almost certainly help. Find out if you are suitable for myopia treatment at the London Vision Clinic by contacting on of our Patient Care Coordinators on 0207 224 1005 or by completing our online enquiry form.

About short-sightedness

With shortsighted patients, the eyeball is slightly longer and flatter than the lens requires. As a result, light entering a myopic eye converges just before the retina (where the image is formed) and the resulting vision is blurred and out of focus.

Patients successfully treated for short-sightedness

I can only say that the results for me speak for themselves. Having worn contact lenses for 30-plus years, to be free of all the aggravation is fantastic. My vision now is so much better than with the lenses, it is incredible. Dan and his team are truly experts in their field, and I cannot conceive why anyone would go elsewhere for laser surgery. –
Tony M., Company Director

The procedure was quick and painless. After 20 minutes or so of the laser surgery, I was led into a darkened room for a surprise massage. A very nice touch indeed and well appreciated. –
Carlos D., Computer Programmer

Professor Dan Reinstein is so confident and reassuring that he makes you feel you have nothing to worry about and the end result justified this. –
Caroline K., Researcher, from South Croydon

Thank you very much to staff at the clinic and to Dr Carp for a very thorough pre-surgery consultation, which put my fears at rest. The surgery itself was quick and painless & Dr Carp talked me through each step methodically. One day later, I have no pain and very little discomfort (and good vision!) –
Grainne M., Lawyer

What short-sightedness looks like…

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Isabella finds a cure for short-sightedness

Isabella, a patient, describes her challenges with extreme short-sightedness and Mr. Carp talks about laser eye surgery aimed at treating this problem

An eye with myopia

With myopia, light focuses at a point in front of the retina

Treating Short-sightedness