Eye surgery relies on technology for precision, safety, and outstanding results. The difference between average and OCL Vison is in exceptionally trained surgeons and state of the art technology. One complements the other. We have spared no expense in providing you with the world’s best technology.
The SCHWIND ATOS femtosecond laser is the latest generation of femtosecond laser for laser eye surgery. Being a reference centre for SCHWIND, OCL Vision is the only group in the UK currently able to offer treatment with this state-of-the-art laser. It enables minimally invasive keyhole laser eye surgery known as SmartSight lenticule extraction as well as flap creation in FemtoLASIK. Its combination of innovative technology and intelligent design provides safety and precision in refractive corneal surgery. It uses a more gentle curved interface and very low energy making the treatments safe and precise.
The SCHWIND ATOS has a very sophisticated eye-tracking system. Its pupil recognition and cyclotorsion (eye rotation) compensation provide precise centring of the patient’s eye along the line of sight. The centring options and cyclotorsion compensation make it possible to treat prescriptions more effectively, especially astigmatism.
Considered the world’s most advanced excimer laser for vision correction. The SCHWIND Amaris is equipped with 7 dimensional eye tracking for precise delivery of laser pulses with compensation for the slightest eye movement during surgery. This allows precise correction of astigmatism as well as short-sight and long-sight. Smart-pulse technology leaves the smoothest possible corneal surface leading to exceptional visual quality. TransPRK is a no-touch alternative to LASEK which heals faster and with less discomfort. This laser allows for wavefront optimized, wavefront guided and topography guided treatments.
We are the only clinic in London to have the Z8 Femto LDV laser, offering the highest repetition rate of any femtosecond laser with overlapping, precise spots and low gentle energy delivery of all laser systems. This avoids the formation of opaque bubbles during LASIK flap creation which aids accurate eye tracking and results in rapid visual recovery. The Z8 is also used for laser corneal transplants and for keraring/intac surgery for keratoconus.
Wavefront abberometers allow laser surgeons to precisely analyse the optics of the visual system. The Peramis aberrometer has three to six times higher resolution than other commonly used systems such as the Idesign scanner. This exceptional performance is based on a high-resolution pyramidal wavefront sensor that measures ocular wavefront aberrations with an unequalled 45,000 measuring points.
Together with the integrated high-resolution topography with placido technology, this allows for extremely accurate assessment of corneal and ocular aberrations. This data allows OCL Vision surgeons to individually customise the wavefront based correction of your vision. Corneal wavefront analysis allows our surgeons to correct abnormal corneas and can be used in the treatment of keratoconus.
OCL Vision are the only clinic in London to offer state of the art laser cataract surgery with the Z8 laser. Z-cataract surgery allows safe, repeatable, precision incisions and lens fragmentation for cataract surgery.
At OCL Vision we use the Avedro rapid crosslinking system for treatment of keratoconus and can combine this with corneal topography guided laser epithelial removal to improve corneal shape. Treatment time for one eye with Avedro is 18 minutes and 26 minutes for both eyes. Crosslinking can be combined with Keraring/Intac implants in severe cases. Epithelium-off and epithelium-on treatments are performed dependent on severity. The Avedro system is proven to halt the progression of keratoconus in over 98% of crosslinked cases.
The Gold Standard in anterior eye segment tomography. Since its introduction in 2002, the OCULUS Pentacam® has proven itself indispensable and has come to represent the “Gold Standard” worldwide. Contact-free Pentacam® measurement provides the basis for precise and reliable diagnostics and successful treatment of the cornea. This technology is indispensable in the assessment of people for laser eye surgery and keratoconus.
SOLIX features ultra-high-speed scanning for a Full Range field of view for retinal, glaucoma and corneal diagnostics. Clinical utility is maximised with the integrated fundus camera and external IR imaging to enable the evaluation of Meibomian glands. The entire cornea can be captured in a single scan, changes in glaucoma patients can be assessed with RNFL, GCC and Vessel Density Trend Analysis and vasculature of the retina and optic disc can be visualised and quantified non-invasively.
OCL Vision uses the latest Zeiss Lumera microscope for cataract and lens replacement surgery. The integral Callisto system in this microscope provides intelligent real time image guidance for incision and toric lens alignment for better management of astigmatism during surgery
OCL Vision have the latest generation SLT (Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty) laser for treatment of glaucoma. SLT laser treatment has been shown to be more effective than drop treatments for glaucoma and can avoid the need for drops in most patients.
The Optimis Fusion YAG laser allows effective treatment of posterior capsular opacification after cataract surgery.
Biometry based on swept-source OCT provides the user with detailed information on the cornea front and back surface which has the potential to significantly improve cataract planning for astigmatic and post-refractive patients.
The Eyestar Cataract Suite also boasts an established IOL suite of state-of-the-art calculation formula, including Hill-RBF 3.0, Barrett’s True K and True K Toric, Olsen, Masket and Shammas no history method.
OCL Vision is a leading centre for corneal transplantation and uses specular microscopy for endothelial cell assessment pre and post surgeries such as DMEK and DSAEK.
Mark Wilkins is a director and consultant of OCL Vision. Mark has a specialist interest in laser refractive eye surgery including LASIK as well as ...
Masara Laginaf is an award-winning consultant eye surgeon specialising in laser and lens vision correction, cataract surgery with premium lenses and corneal surgery. She teams ...
Rabia Bourkiza’s areas of expertise include vitreoretinal surgery, medical retina, and cataract surgery including complex cataracts and advanced lens implantation. ...
Laser eye surgeon Ms Laura de Benito-Llopis is a consultant eye surgeon at Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS trust and she is a specialist in corneal ...
Ophthalmic Plastic Reconstructive Surgeon, Miss Susan Sarangapani, uses both surgical and non-surgical treatments to achieve outstanding results in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery and facial rejuvenation. ...
Sally Ameen MBBS, BSC, FRCOphth is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at London’s Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. She performs glaucoma surgery including trabeculectomy, Baerveldt and ...
Director and partner, Mr Chien Wong is our lead for OCL Retina. Internationally renowned for surgical innovation and excellence in retinal diseases, he transformed the ...
One of the UK’s top eye surgeons, Mr Ali Mearza is a Director and founding partner of OCL Vision. He is also a senior consultant ...
Romesh Angunawela is an OCL Vision founding partner and award winning eye surgeon specialising in laser eye surgery, cataract and lens replacement surgery with a ...
Laser eye surgeon and OCL Vision founding partner, Allon Barsam, has a world recognised reputation for personalised vision correction delivering maximum precision and care for ...
All surgeons have been dual fellowship trained at centres of excellence in London and internationally.
Bespoke treatment plan tailored directly by your surgeon with comprehensive aftercare and support.
We have invested in the best currently available technology for laser eye surgery and lens surgery
Our clinic in Central London and other clinics in London and Hertfordshire are equipped with the latest technology
For those who feel unable to attend in person we are now offering expert support through video consultations for self-pay & insured patients
Monthly payment plans to suit every budget, world-class eye surgery from just £37 per month. A medical loan gives you the flexibility to spread the cost of your eye care procedure over 6-60 months.
If you suffer from blurred or cloudy vision and would like to discuss potential treatment options, make an enquiry or call on 0203 369 2020