Our latest patient story focuses on how even multiple aberrations and eye conditions such as keratoconus can still be treated to achieve lens free vision.
Mr Ragin Patel visited our consultant Mr Mike Tappin at our Guildford clinic as he had severe Keratoconus affecting his vision. The prescription in his glasses had deteriorated to -20 dioptres. Up until this point, Mr Patel had used specialist contact lenses to aid his vision however these could no longer be tolerated as they became extremely uncomfortable, particularly in the right eye. After much consideration, Mr Tappin performed a right corneal transplant which was a great success. Mr Patel then developed a cataract which Mike treated with a toric lens implant to correct the remaining astigmatism and short sightedness. This improved his vision greatly however Mr Patel still required a specialist contact lens for the left eye and glasses for the right.
What is keratoconus?
Keratoconus is an eye disease that causes the central area of the cornea to become weak and thinner, making the shape ‘bulge’ in an irregular manner. This results in a refractive error with the end result being distorted vision. The cornea is the transparent dome-shaped front part of our eyes, allowing for focusing of the eye. To function properly it must be smooth and appropriately shaped.
Find out more about Kerataconus here.
Some years later Mr Patel returned to us feeling the keratoconus in the left eye was getting worse and did not want to use a specialist contact lens any more. Technology had improved since his first visit and instead of a transplant, Mike performed Topographic Guided Laser Treatment to the left eye. Advanced Topographic Guided Laser Treatment is one of the most precise methods of reducing higher order aberrations in patients with keratoconus which worked wonders for Mr Patel. Following Topographic Guided Laser Treatment, we also performed cataract surgery and undertook laser vision correction treatment on the right eye to correct the vision and now he has excellent vision in both eyes without glasses!
If you would like to talk to one of our expert Consultants about your vision or eye condition, please get in touch to book a consultation with us at your nearest clinic online here or phone us on 0800 024 8888.
Cataracts are an unavoidable part of ageing however simple lens surgery provides a quick remedy with most patients able to resume their normal activities the next day. Standard cataract surgery will replace the cataract but you will still require lenses to achieve good vision. Modern technology however has now advanced to offer a more personalised treatment and alleviate the need for lenses with unparalleled precision. Find out more about Laser Cataract Lens Surgery below…
Why should I have the laser cataract procedure over the standard procedure?
Laser cataract surgery uses femtosecond laser technology which incorporates an OCT imaging system that is used to create a detailed 3-D image of the inside of the eye, meaning the surgeon can plan, customise and perform the entire procedure with an unprecedented degree of precision and accuracy. Femtosecond lasers are accurate to within 1/1000th mm.
What are the benefits of the Ziemer Z8 over the other laser cataract platforms?
All laser platforms are designed using a system which requires the patient to position perfectly to fit the laser, which presents some challenges for patients as they get older. The Ziemer Z8 is unique in that the laser adapts to the patients position, meaning that the experience is comfortable and much easier to achieve success.
The other major benefit for the Ziemer Z8 is the laser is the lowest energy laser in the world, using nearly 100 times less energy per pulse to achieve the same outcomes as other lasers. By delivering this low energy nearly 1000 times quicker, the result is a faster, safer and more precise procedure meaning that your vision will recover quicker and with minimal inflammation.
Does this mean the non-laser method is unsafe?
No it does not. The standard lens extraction method is one of the most common surgical procedures in the world today. The laser cataract procedure simply brings a new level of tailored, reproducible precision.
What is the difference between the two methods?
With laser cataract surgery a 3-D model is created of your eye and biometric data is automatically calculated which is specifically tailored to your own eye. This makes the procedure extremely precise.
The laser is then used to create the incisions and soften the lens in a very precise way, using the 3-D image as a guide. In some cases, the use of femtosecond laser technology may also reduce the time it takes to remove your lens.
With the standard procedure, the steps are all performed manually.
How new is femtosecond laser technology?
Femtosecond laser technology was given approval in the United States and Europe in 2012, after many years of trials and testing, and has become a procedure now adopted by many of the world’s leading ophthalmology centres.
How many patients have already undergone this surgery?
It is estimated that over 100,000 cataract procedure have now been performed with femtosecond laser.
How do I know if I’m suitable?
Most patients are suitable for this technology, and as part of your initial consultation we undertake thorough diagnostic tests and check the health of your eye to ascertain if you are suitable.
How long does it take?
The total laser cataract procedure takes around two minutes followed by the lens being removed by the surgeon and the new artificial lens being placed in your eye. The total time for the laser cataract procedure is roughly 10 minutes.
Does laser cataract surgery hurt?
No. Laser cataract surgery technology was designed with patient comfort in mind, so you can relax, knowing you have the latest technology available to treat one of your most valuable senses – your sight. You may experience a little redness to the eye following surgery.
What will I see during the procedure?
You may briefly see bright starlight images.
If you would like to enquire further about Laser Cataract Lens Surgery, please call us on 0800 024 8888 or online here. http://www.laservision.co.uk/contact-us/
Comparing clinics when choosing which vision correction provider to treat something as precious as your eyes can be extremely difficult, especially when budget is a major factor in your decision. You may find that a lot of high street clinics do work out cheaper, especially when they are tempting you with one-off deals and heavily discounted offers on treatment, which will inevitably lead to the question, why should I use LaserVision when they are not the cheapest?
High street vs Hospital Based
While many vision correction companies are based in cheaper clinic/high street settings, LaserVision clinics are only based within the safety and governance of leading NHS and private hospitals, to give our patients the best level of care available.
One fits all vs Personalised Treatment
LaserVision was founded on a passion for personalised treatment, which is a big part of what sets us apart from other providers who offer standard treatments. Our consultant surgeons and health care team tailor each consult, treatment procedure and aftercare plan to cater to your specific needs. We can guarantee you won’t feel like a number with LaserVision.
Sales person vs Consultant led Consultation
Unlike some clinics, we never use a consultation to give you a sales pitch. With LaserVision, you will always see a specialist Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon who will thoroughly assess your eyes to determine your suitability for vision correction treatment. If you are suitable, your consultant will then talk with you at length about what treatment options are recommended for your eyes. This will also give you the time to discuss the benefits, affordability and all the facts before making your decision. We will never send you offers or deals in a bid to persuade you into surgery when you may not be ready.
Surgeons vs Experts
Unfortunately, you don’t have to be a corneal specialist to perform laser eye surgery. All laser eye surgeons will need to undergo the relevant training and pass exams however LaserVision only employ specialists to give the personalised treatment we believe in. As specialists in complex corneal and intra-ocular surgery, the surgeons at LaserVision offer many procedures beyond laser eye surgery, including lens surgery, implantable contact lenses, corneal segments and corneal grafts. All our surgeons are Fellows of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and are members of both the European and American society of refractive surgeons. LaserVision surgeons also lead the corneal service in their trusts and boast specialist fellowship training in cornea and refractive surgery.
Suitable vs Leading Technology
Opposed to selecting technology and equipment for its price and general suitability, our industry leading equipment has been personally selected by our team of surgeons to get the very best results for our patients.
So what does this all mean?
At LaserVision, our specialist treatments may cost slightly more, but you really do get what you pay for. The unrivalled expertise you will receive from our Consultant Surgeons, the hospital based setting, industry leading technology and extremely high level of care is what you will be paying for. With something as precious as your sight, we believe this is the only way.
Read our patient testimonials on independent review site, TrustPilot here.
Gone are the days when laser eye surgery was only suitable for the most clear cut of patient prescriptions. Technology and expertise have advanced a great deal in recent years, meaning vision correction is now available to a much wider range of people with even the most complex of refractive errors. Read on to see if these new laser eye treatments could work for you…
KAMRA Vision™ Lens Technology
To Treat: Long sightedness (Hyperopia) and age-related long sightedness (Presbyopia)
What is KAMRA Vision™?
Now FDA approved, the KAMRA™ Inlay is a mini ultra-thin opaque ring with an opening in the centre. It is much smaller than a contact lens and lighter than a grain of salt. The opening in the centre of the inlay restores near and intermediate vision by focusing light coming into the eye. In addition, the inlay’s advanced design features 8,400 high precision, laser etched micro-openings along the surface to help your cornea stay healthy.
• Procedure time takes less than 15 minutes.
• Improved vision will be noticed within a few days.
• Provides natural vision without compromise.
• Restores everyday near vision and reduces the need for reading glasses.
• Revives near and computer vision, while maintaining good distance vision.
• Works continuously for constant, long term near vision rejuvenation.
• Proven with over 10 years of clinical research and development.
Find out more here.
ReLEx (Refractive Lenticule Extraction)
To Treat: Short Sightedness (myopia)
What is ReLEx?
ReLEx SMILE(Small Incision Lenticule Extraction) is a ground-breaking new technique that take laser vision correction for short-sight beyond LASIK. It uses the femtosecond laser to precisely separate and then remove a ‘lenticule’ (a very thin disc) of tissue to re-shape the cornea and change its lens power.
• Rapid visual recovery
• Minimal Post-operative discomfort
• Suitable for higher prescriptions
• Idea for patients with thin corneas
• 20 minute procedure
Find out more about ReLEx here.
Premium Lens Technology
To Treat: Short sightedness, Long Sightedness, Astigmatism, Presbyopia, Cataracts.
What is Premium Lens Technology?
LaserVision is pleased to offer a wide variety of Premium Lens options which can treat and wide range of refractive errors and offer the chance to reduce dependency from glasses which was not before possible. This is especially popular with our premium cataract treatment, whereby patients can experience better vision than having experienced before the cataract developed.
Multi-focus lenses have begun to make a significant impact in treating vision correction meaning that following treatment, patients may have clear vision up close, at intermediate distances and at far distance. It may eliminate the need for bifocals or reading glasses. Prior to this lens implants were fixed-focus, which gave patients clear distance vision, but meant they still needed to wear reading glasses.
What Types of Lenses are Available?
There are several types of lens and these are namely; monofocal, multifocal (also called bifocal), accommodative, toric for the correction of astigmatism and phakic lenses. Sometimes combining lenses is necessary and it may even be necessary to have lenses specially made.
Find out if you are suitable for vision correction with premium lens technology by enquiring with us online here.
The latest Z8 Femtosecond Laser Technology
LaserVision are proud to be the ONLY centre to offer the Z8 Femtosecond Laser technology for unprecedented and unrivalled precision and safety for many procedures including cataract and RLE procedures.
Some of the many benefits of the new Z8 laser are:
• Faster eye recovery time compared to previous and current femtosecond laser technology.
• OCT technology to allow for micron precision laser pulses for increased accuracy.
• The fastest and lowest energy laser on the market.
• Minimal side effects.
• Fast procedure time.
Procedures available using the Z8 Laser:
• Laser cataract surgery
• Bladeless LASIK
• Customised partial thickness and full thickness corneal transplants
• Inverse DSAEK
Here at LaserVision, we only believe in personalized vision correction which is why every procedure and aftercare plan is tailored to suit each patient. To determine which treatment option will give you the best results possible, please enquire to book a consultation at your nearest clinic online here or give us a call on 0800 024 8888.
Read the first in our patient story series where we look back on a case in which our expert Consultant Surgeon Mike Tappin developed a world-first pioneering surgical technique, now used by surgeons worldwide.
Mr Ron Hoad came to our specialist Consultant Surgeon Mr Mike Tappin at our Guildford clinic after having a routine cataract operation. Unfortunately he had a condition affecting his cornea called fuchs endothelial dystrophy. This meant he was experiencing complications following surgery which led to the cornea becoming cloudy giving further vision problems, especially with glare at night.
What is fuch’s endothelial dystrophy?
Fuch’s endothelial dystrophy (FED) is a slowly progressive disease. There is a slow loss of endothelial cells from the inner layer of the cornea. If the number of cells drops below a critical density the cornea will begin to become cloudy and blur the vision. Although early signs of the dystrophy can be seen in people of their 30s and 40s, the disease rarely affects the vision until the person reaches their 60s or later. Happily, many patients may have microscopic signs of FED without ever having any significant visual symptoms. Find out more.
After a thorough consultation and discussions with Mr Hoad, it was decided to perform a corneal transplant, which involved a revolutionary technique pioneered by Mike Tappin. Mr Hoad underwent the first true endothelial cell transplant, which was the first of its kind in the world at the time. This technique has now paved the way for the procedure now commonly called, DMEK.
Postoperatively, Mr Road had very successful visual recovery and with new glasses he achieved 20/20 vision. However after some time, the other eye began too become misty. It was decided to undergo combined cataract and corneal surgery at the same time, repeating the technique previously used on his other eye . Within 3 months, Mr Road’s vision was excellent.
Long lasting results
The first part of his surgery was performed in February 2005 and the second part in Jan 2006. 12 years on, Mr Road is still experiencing excellent vision and is happy driving and working after the original surgery – a testament to the longevity of results from the pioneering surgery.
If you would like to talk to one of our expert Consultants about your vision, please get in touch to book a consultation with us at your nearest clinic online here or phone us on 0800 024 8888.
Forgetting your reading glasses is a common frustration for many people and even when you do have them, finding them to read something or look at a picture is quite simply an everyday irritation. Many patients who come to LaserVision often ask us if laser eye surgery will correct a reading prescription and the simple answer is yes! Read on for a breakdown on which treatments will get the best results to correct a Hyperopia (long sightedness) and Presbyopia (age related long sightedness).
Please note as everyone’s eyes are different, we will only recommend a treatment plan after a comprehensive eye assessment at a consultation with one of our renowned Consultant Eye Surgeons who are all corneal experts. Book a consultation at your nearest clinic here.
The most common form of laser vision correction in the world, LASIK aims to reduce a patient’s dependence on their glasses or contact lenses with current research suggests that over 99% of patients reach the legal driving standard without glasses or lenses following LASIK treatment.
LASIK is a virtually painless procedure and most patients only need anaesthetic drops to numb the eye prior to having this performed. The majority of patients say they feel no pain at all, though some mention feeling mild pressure or vibration during their treatment.
Find out more about LASIK for treating a reading prescription here.
Refractive Lens Exchange
With the ability to correct any prescription error including long sightedness, Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE) or PRELEX is the alternative solution to laser eye surgery for those who are over the age of 40 and want a permanent solution for vision correction. With major advances in lens technology, this procedure involves removing the natural lens of the eye and replacing it with an artificial lens to restore vision.
The artificial lens can be of the correct focusing power to correct the vision and reduce or alleviate the requirement for glasses. The procedure is more advanced form of cataract surgery as the lens inserted is more technologically superior and the results more accurate.
Find out more about Refractive Lens Exchange Treatment for reading prescriptions here.
The KAMRA™ Inlay is not laser eye surgery but a tiny eye implant that restores near sight, providing a welcome alternative to reading glasses for patients with presbyopia.
Regardless of when you lost your near vision, the KAMRA™ Inlay may be able to restore it. Whether glasses or contact lenses have always been a part of your life or you have just started wearing reading glasses, the KAMRA inlay has the ability to reduce or eliminate your need for reading glasses.
Find out more about the KAMRA™ Inlay here.
Laser Vision Correction with Blended Vision
Blended Vision is an advanced method for treating patients with presbyopia. It offers the opportunity to achieve freedom from glasses by combining the simplicity and accuracy of corneal refractive surgery with the benefits of increased depth of field in retaining visual quality.
Find out more about Blended Vision to correct a reading prescription here.
To find out which treatment would be most suitable to correct your reading prescription, please book a consultation at your nearest LaserVision clinic here.
In the latest in our new clinic showcases, we’re pleased to feature our new Nottingham clinic as we continue to expand our unique offering of personalised vision correction across the UK.
We’re pleased to host our laser eye clinic within the BMI The Park Hospital in Nottingham; part of BMI Healthcare, Britain’s leading provider of independent healthcare. BMI are a nationwide network of hospitals clinics performing more complex surgery than any other private healthcare provider in the country.
Consultations and Treatments available at LaserVision Nottingham:
- Cataract Surgery
- Refractive Lens Exchange
- Corneal Cross Linking
- Corneal Grafts
- Implantable Contact Lens
Resident Consultant Surgeon at LaserVision Nottingham: Professor Harminder Dua MBBS, DO, DO (Lond), MS, MNAMS, FRCS, FRCOphth, FEBO, MD, PhD , FRCP (Edin) and FCOptom.
Professor Dua is an internationally renowned Ophthalmologist who has influenced and continues to influence all aspects of ophthalmology across the globe through his activities related to teaching, training, research and innovation. He is a world authority on cornea and ocular surface disease.
Specialist in: Cornea, Ocular Surface, Anterior Segment, Cataract, Refractive Laser & Lens Surgery.
Notable achievements: Just to mention a few, Harminder has enhanced clinical and basic knowledge in ophthalmology through over 320 publications and over a thousand presentations in international meetings. His surgical innovations, including Fine Needle Diathermy (FND) occlusion of corneal vessels, Sequential Sector Conjunctival Epitheliectomy (SSCE), Alcohol Delamination in management of recurrent corneal erosion syndrome and classification of chemical burns of the ocular surface (Dua Classification) are practiced internationally and have changed clinical practice. He currently serves as Editor in chief of the Journal of EuCornea, Member of the International steering committee of the second dry eye workshop (DEWS II), Chairman elect of the Advisory committee of the International Council of Ophthalmology and as Civilian consultant adviser to the Royal Air Force.
Fellowships: Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, the Royal College of Ophthalmologists (F.R.C. Ophth.), the European Board of Ophthalmology (FEBO), Fellow of the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management, Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh and Honorary Fellow of the College of Optometrists, United Kingdom.
Read Harminder’s full profile here.
Resident Consultant Surgeon at LaserVision Nottingham: Mrs Dalia G Said MBChB, MSc, MD, FRCS
Specialist in: Cornea, Ocular Surface, Anterior Segment, Cataract, Refractive Laser & Lens Surgery.
Dalia Said is a vastly experienced and highly trained consultant ophthalmologist in Nottingham University Hospital (NUH) with a special interest in cornea and ocular surface, cataract and lens surgery. She is also the clinical lead for eye casualty at Nottingham University Hospital and is an expert in eye emergencies.
Notable achievements: Dalia is the clinical lead for eye casualty at Nottingham University Hospital and is an expert in eye emergencies while also having extensive experience in managing complex corneal infections, performing refractive surgery and was at the forefront of collagen cross-linking for infections and keratoconus.
Fellowships & memberships: Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Glasgow, member of the European Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons, American Academy of Ophthalmologists, Medical contact lens and ocular surface association, Egyptian ophthalmologic society and the Egyptian society of cataract and refractive surgery.
Read Dalia’s full profile here.
Nottingham BMI The Park Hospital Facilities:
• 85 beds
• All rooms feature en-suite facilities
• Satellite TV and telephone
• Five theatres
• Intensive care unit
• Nutritional menus
• Ample car park
BMI The Park Hospital
Sherwood Lodge Drive
Burntstump Country Park Arnold
T: 0115 731 2020
Make an enquiry to book your consultation at LaserVision Nottingham HERE
The ability of fish eyes to regenerate following damage or injury has long been known however new research is now paving the way for new therapies for humans.
As humans, we can encounter a number of different eye conditions and damage that unfortunately don’t have the ability to repair themselves. Such conditions include age-related macular degeneration and Retinitis Pigmentosa. Fish eyes however have the unique ability to restore sight within a few weeks and the new research that has just been published could one day help develop ways to induce self-regeneration within the human-eye.
As cited on mnt, “The researchers started out from the hypothesis that a neurotransmitter might be responsible for retinal regeneration in fish. Fish and mammals have a very similar retinal structure, so Mahesh Rao – a graduate student and study co-author – thought of extrapolating the results of a mouse study and test them on zebrafish.
The mouse study that triggered Rao’s hypothesis discovered that this neurotransmitter – called GABA – controlled the activity of some retinal stem cells. GABA neurotransmitters normally act as inhibitors, lowering a neuron’s ability to excite the neurons around it. GABA neurotransmitters are very prevalent in the brain, occurring in 30 to 40 percent of all the synapses.
Among other cells, the retina also contains a type of stem cell called Müller glia. In humans and other mammals, these cells provide “architectural support” that traverse all of the retina’s layers – but in fish, these glial cells also play a crucial role in regeneration.
During the regenerative process, these cells undergo a form of regression called dedifferentiation, meaning that they go from a specialized state back to a more general, simpler state. They then differentiate again, but this time into replacements for the nerve cells that were damaged.”
The study’s lead author explains the findings and the contribution of the research:
“The prevailing belief has been that the regeneration process in fish retinas is triggered by secreted growth factors, but our results indicate that the neurotransmitter GABA might initiate the process instead […] Our theory is that a drop in GABA concentration is the trigger for regeneration. It initiates a cascade of events that includes the activation of the Müller glia and the production of various growth factors that stimulate cell growth and proliferation. If we are correct, then it might be possible to stimulate human retinas to repair themselves by treating them with a GABA inhibitor.”
This is incredible research with huge potential and we shall continue to keep our readers up-to-date with further progress on this research.
Here at LaserVision we are often asked about the different types of laser eye surgery available and which type is most suitable for each refractive error. As we specialise in personalised vision correction, we always endeavour to complete a comprehensive consultation before recommending a treatment option. In our latest blog however, we have developed a guide on the different types of laser vision correction and their general suitability.
LASIK stands for Laser Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis.
- LASIK is the most common form of laser vision correction procedure in the world.
- More than 15 million LASIK procedures have been performed worldwide.
- Over 99% of patients reach the legal driving standard without glasses or lenses following LASIK treatment.
LASIK is a very quick procedure and involves creating a thin flap in the cornea and the laser is then applied to the mid corneal structure. The flap is then replaced and the vision recovers very quickly.
- Very quick procedure generally 5-10 minutes per eye
- Virtually painless
- Very fast recovery time
Most suited to:
Myopia, Hyperopia and Astigmatism.
LASEK stands for Laser Assisted Epithelial Keratomileusis.
- LASEK is the main alternative to LASIK.
- Success rate is very similar to those for LASIK.
- Healing process is generally shower than LASIK.
- LASEK surgery involves excimer laser and wavefront technology.
LASEK involves preserving the extremely thin epithelial layer by lifting it from the eye’s surface before laser energy is applied for reshaping. After the LASEK procedure, the epithelium is replaced on the eye’s surface.
LASEK is the safer option for patients with a thin or steep cornea.
Most suited to:
Myopia and Astigmatism where LASIK is not suitable.
ReLEx and SMILE
Femtosecond Laser Extraction and Small Incision Lenticule Extraction
- A new ground-breaking technique.
- Uses just Femtosecond laser technology to create a removable lenticule.
- The procedure takes laser vision correction for short-sight beyond LASIK.
It uses the femtosecond laser to precisely separate and then remove a ‘lenticule’ (a very thin disc) of tissue to re-shape the cornea and change its lens power.
- Makes laser vision correction more suitable for patients with higher prescriptions and thinner corneas.
- Very quick surgery time.
- Reduced risk of ‘dry-eye’ symptoms post treatment.
- Very quick surgery time.
Most suited to:
Myopia, Hyperopia and Astigmatism.
Refractive Lens Exchange
- RLE is generally more suitable than laser eye surgery for patients over 40.
- Recommended for patients whom have lost the ability to accommodate the need for glasses to read as well as see in the distance.
Refractive Lens Exchange involves the replacement of the natural lens in the eye, with a new mono-focal, multi-focal or pseudo-accommodative intra-ocular lens implant (IOL).
- A comprehensive range of bespoke lens treatment options to provide the best, personalised vision correction.
- It may eliminate the need for bifocals or reading glasses.
- Immediate improvement in vision following treatment.
Most suited to:
Patients over 40 with Myopia, Hyperopia and Presbyopia.
Please note, that only after a thorough assessment of your eyes can we accurately recommend a personalised treatment plan to get the best results. A LaserVision consultant surgeon can expertly guide you through the best treatments for you – make an enquiry here.
This month, we’re very pleased to be showcasing our new Woking clinic as part of our monthly spotlight feature as we continue to expand our personalised vision correction services across the UK.
Based within the Woking Nuffield Health Hospital in Surrey, this hospital was a clear choice for us having become an established and trusted part of the local community and is one of the leading private healthcare providers in the South East.
Consultations and Treatments available at LaserVision Woking:
- Refractive Lens Exchange
- Cataract Surgery
- YAG Laser Treatments
Resident Consultant Surgeon at LaserVision Woking: Mr Michael Tappin MBChB FRCS (Ed)
Specialist in: Cornea, Cataract, Refractive Laser & Lens Surgery
Notable achievements: Among the highlights of his career has been the development of the pioneering technique of endothelial cell transplantation now known as DMEK; being the first surgeon in the UK to perform this technique in 2005.
Fellowships & memberships: Mike is a fellow of the Royal College of Opthalmologists, has fellowships in Corneal and Refractive Surgery at Moorfields Eye Hospital, Cataract Corneal and Refractive Surgery Lions Eye Institute Perth Australia and is recognised as a Specialist corneal and refractive surgeon by the royal college of ophthalmologists. Mike is also a member of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons and UK and Ireland Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons.
Read Mike’s full profile here.
Woking Nuffield Health Hospital Facilities:
• Two high specification theatres.
• Private en-suite rooms.
• Free Wi-Fi.
• Daily newspapers on request.
• Concierge service on request.
• Digital TV.
• International menu tailored to your needs.
Woking Nuffield Health Hospital
Make an enquiry to book your consultation at LaserVision Woking HERE.