Laser Eye Surgery Blog

Laser Eye Surgery: Home or Abroad?

We’re living in a new world, a world dominated by the Coronavirus Pandemic, even forgetting our exit from the European Union. It’s probably fair to say that travelling abroad will never be the same again. However, many still consider going overseas for elective surgery to be cheaper than being treated in the UK. And, what could be better: going abroad and getting some sun, and at the same time, saving money on a treatment you’ve wanted to have for ages? The last… Read more

Laser Eye Surgery: Home or Abroad?

Is it worth travelling to London for Laser Eye Surgery if you live in Leeds?

Getting from Leeds to London used to be an awkward affair that took an age to plan and even longer to arrive. Today within less than two and a half hours you can be in the nation’s capital, sipping a hot latte down by the Thames or exploring the depths of The British Museum, all for the cost of a nice lunch in Leeds (well, maybe excluding the latte). And travel times are only getting even shorter. With the introduction of HS2, the… Read more

Is it worth travelling to London for Laser Eye Surgery if you live in Leeds?

Travelling Freedom After Laser Eye Surgery

Whether you like to spend your holidays on the beach or prefer active and exciting trips, everyone loves to take a break! However, if you need contact lenses or wear glasses, then you might be familiar with the hassle of remembering to pack items such as solution and new contacts into your already bulging toiletry bag. Then there’s the issue of glasses getting scratched in the sand – or worse, lost! As anyone in this situation knows, there are also a number of… Read more

Travelling Freedom After Laser Eye Surgery

Essential Advice On Eye Health

Last year, National Eye Health Week reminded us all of the importance of regular eye tests. It’s recommended we have our eyes examined at least every two years, not only to ensure they’re healthy, but also to check for changes to our current prescriptions. Health organisations advised that some of us are more likely than others to experience eye conditions, including those aged over 40, of African Caribbean origin or with a close family member that suffers with glaucoma. Worrying, such conditions… Read more

Essential Advice On Eye Health