Common Questions: Is it Painful After Cataract Surgery?

Is it Painful After Cataract Surgery? Our eyes are extraordinary organs. Not only do they allow us to see the world around us, but they do so with the help of literally millions of individual parts. In fact, the human eye is among the most complex organs in the natural world. Of course, this endlessly impressive organ also happens to be pretty sensitive. So, when the prospect of undergoing surgery on your eyes emerges, it is more than understandable that…

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…

Common Questions: Does SMILE Laser Eye Surgery hurt?

Does SMILE Laser Eye Surgery hurt? It might be surprising to hear that, in our experience, the worst part of Laser Eye Surgery always comes before the actual treatment. After all, Laser Eye Surgery involves lasers… and our eyes. Pretty scary, right? But it is important to remember that Laser Eye Surgery is the most commonly performed elective surgery in the world. If your surgeon is qualified and experienced, there really is very little to worry about. Yet, as with…

Anxious about Laser Eye Surgery? Read why you don’t have to be

Anxious about Laser Eye Surgery? Read why you don’t have to be Most of us have a weird, visceral reaction to the thought of someone touching our eyes. And even hearing the word mentioned in the same breath as ‘laser’ is enough to make us cringe. So when it comes to¬†actually considering or preparing for the surgery, well, you can take that icky feeling and times it by ten. Add to that even the slightest trace of negativity about Laser…

Can I Take A Tranquilizer or Sedative (i.e. Valium) Before The Procedure? [video]

We advise all patients before the treatment that should they require something to relax them, it is available to them. We provide oral relaxants half an hour before the procedure to those patients who are particularly anxious. Having said that, the majority of people will accept that this is a very quick, less than 15 minute, procedure, completely painless and they prefer not to be sedated in any way so as to enjoy the after-effects afterwards because the results are direct. There is no delay in terms of response to the actual treatment, the vision is available straight away….