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Most people with normal prescriptions can undergo laser eye surgery without a problem. But there are still some patients who may not be suitable for various reasons, which we discuss below. The first step to check if laser eye surgery will work for you is always to have a consultation with a specialist, who can assess your own unique health and circumstances.
This life-changing procedure can safely correct eye conditions including myopia (short-sightedness), hypermetropia (long-sightedness), astigmatism, and presbyopia (reading vision problems). At OCL Vision, we provide the safest and most precise laser eye surgery available anywhere in the UK with state-of-the-art technology and world-renowned surgeons.
If you’ve been considering laser eye surgery, and are ready to get freedom from glasses and contact lenses to see clearly, then take the first step and learn if the procedure will work for you. Book a no-obligation consultation with us now.
With that in mind, here’s a broad outline of the criteria that clinics will usually ask for when assessing patients for laser eye surgery. Every case is individual, however, and many of these factors can be managed, so it’s always worth having a consultation to discuss your own treatment and whether laser eye surgery will be suitable for you.
Check if laser eye surgery will work for you or if you should explore other vision correction options with our Vision Correction Calculator.
A contraindication is a factor in your own particular medical circumstances that makes you unsuitable for surgery. That might be because for you, laser eye surgery is unlikely to be particularly effective, or because the risks are too high to carry out surgery safely. Some of the symptoms and conditions that may exclude you from undergoing laser eye surgery include:
If you have one of the conditions listed, it’s important to book an appointment with your specialist to discuss your suitability for laser eye surgery and to discuss the options for alternative treatments. With the latest modern advances in eye surgery, it may be possible to treat patients who were previously told they were unsuitable for laser eye surgery; or there may be a new alternative that you are eligible for.
There is always hope, so contact us today to book a consultation.
The costs below are both eyes and include an initial consultation and follow-up appointments.
£3950, or £148 over 24 months
LASIK for complex prescriptions
£5000, or £188 over 24 months
LASEK (advanced surface ablation)
£3950 or £148 over 24 months
Laser Blended Vision for Reading Vision
Finance Options/Interest-Free Credit
We also offer 0% interest finance options making it easier to spread the cost of surgery over up to 24 months.
A minimum 10% deposit is required and the balance is split over your chosen monthly period of either 6, 10, 12, 18 or 24 months at a rate of 0% APR.
Get in touch to find out more about our flexible pricing options and how we can make it work for you.
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