Are you suitable for Laser Eye Surgery?
We can treat patients with:
We are a world-renowned centre of excellence in laser refractive surgery. With state-of-the-art technology and highly accomplished surgeons, we can treat around 98% of those who contact us.
The chances are, you’re almost certainly a suitable candidate for laser eye surgery, even if another clinic has turned you down. But, the only sure way to know for sure if you are suitable for Laser Eye Surgery is to attend a consultation.
If you’re unsuitable, we’ll tell you
We’re always clear and up-front about what we can achieve – and, if necessary, what we can’t. This isn’t just about your prescription. It’s about your lifestyle, and what you want to achieve with your correction. We give you all the information you need including alternatives to Laser Eye Surgery to make an informed decision.
Our Fees start from £5,500 for standard treatment for both eyes. Complex prescriptions may cost up to £6,900. Flexible finance makes the best more affordable: Choose payments from £56 per month or a low 10% initial payment. Finance from one to five years is available, including a 24-month interest-free option. Find out more.
Suitability Explained Further
“It is better for someone who is thinking of having Laser Eye Surgery to get a consultation from a doctor to find out if they are candidates. It is tough for an individual to know whether they are a good candidate or not. There are so many factors. But generally, if you are pregnant, it is better to wait until after you have delivered and finish breastfeeding. For example, if you have an eye disease, you will need to have an eye surgeon tell you whether it is okay. Many eye diseases do not involve the cornea and can perfectly safely receive Laser Eye Surgery. A list of things makes it a little harder to have Laser Eye Surgery; you know, people mention diabetes and glaucoma and arthritis, but all of these people generally under expert care can have Laser Eye Surgery. It just depends on the level of expertise of the provider. In all cases, if one is thinking about having laser eye surgery, the best way is to get a consultation and see whether you are a candidate or not, and a good doctor is who will be able to tell you no if the answer is no.”