Registered in England 4585464

Registered in England 4585464

Dramatically Better Vision in Under 15 Minutes

Dramatically Better Vision in Under 15 Minutes

Book Your Free No Obligation Laser Eye Surgery Consultation in LONDON with Our Expert Surgeons

Book Your Free No Obligation Laser Eye Surgery Consultation in LONDON with Our Expert Surgeons

"So happy to have chosen the Focus Clinic for this miraculous procedure. From start to finish the care has been brilliant and David Allamby and his whole team have been so friendly and professional. I’m loving my life without specs! Thank you David and Team."

"So happy to have chosen the Focus Clinic for this miraculous procedure. From start to finish the care has been brilliant and David Allamby and his whole team have been so friendly and professional. I’m loving my life without specs! Thank you David and Team."

Juanita MacHale

Juanita MacHale

Poor Vision Can Be a Real Problem

Poor Vision Can Be a Real Problem

Which Can Have a Major Impact on Your Day-to-Day Life, Including...

Which Can Have a Major Impact on Your Day-to-Day Life, Including...

  • Trouble Reading
  • Trouble Focusing
  • Headaches
  • Trouble Reading
  • Trouble Focusing
  • Headaches
  • Short-Sight
  • Long-Sight
  • Blurred Vision
  • Short-Sight
  • Long-Sight
  • Blurred Vision

Whatever the issue, vision problems can be wide-ranging and left unchecked can increase the risk of developing other, more serious conditions

Whatever the issue, vision problems can be wide-ranging and left unchecked can increase the risk of developing other, more serious conditions

The longer you leave it, the worse your vision problems may become. It's best to get checked ASAP.

The longer you leave it, the worse your vision problems may become. It's best to get checked ASAP.

Poor vision caused by cataracts, for example, may result in an increased risk of falling or depression.

Poor vision caused by cataracts, for example, may result in an increased risk of falling or depression.

Also, cataracts cause half of all cases of blindness and 33% of visual impairment worldwide.

Also, cataracts cause half of all cases of blindness and 33% of visual impairment worldwide.

Perhaps you have trouble driving, or suffer from issues with bright lights

Maybe, you struggle with reading or blurred vision and are fed up with glasses or contacts

Perhaps you have trouble driving, or suffer from issues with bright lights

Maybe, you struggle with reading or blurred vision and are fed up with glasses or contacts

The good news is, many of these problems can be rectified with expert vision correction

The good news is, many of these problems can be rectified with expert vision correction

Introducing

Introducing

100% 20/20 VISION SUCCESS RATE

100% 20/20 VISION SUCCESS RATE

MOST TRUSTED EYE TREATMENT CLINIC

MOST TRUSTED EYE TREATMENT CLINIC

10-YEAR CARE GUARANTEE

10-YEAR CARE GUARANTEE

Led by David Allamby, ophthalmologist (eye surgeon), Focus is a world-leading laser eye clinic and specialist centre of excellence in London’s Harley Street medical district.

Led by David Allamby, ophthalmologist (eye surgeon), Focus is a world-leading laser eye clinic and specialist centre of excellence in London’s Harley Street medical district.

Focus Clinic has a remarkable 100% success rate for 20/20 vision with laser eye surgery.

We know of no other clinic that has matched these results.

There is a big difference between, for example, 98% and 100% success, especially if you are in the 2%.

Focus Clinic has a remarkable 100% success rate for 20/20 vision with laser eye surgery.

We know of no other clinic that has matched these results.

There is a big difference between, for example, 98% and 100% success, especially if you are in the 2%.

We have the highest trust rating of any ‘eye treatment’ clinic, according to independent review site TrustPilot.

With an outstanding 9.9 out of 10, when it comes to your eyes, choose the clinic that actual patients trust the most.

We have the highest trust rating of any ‘eye treatment’ clinic, according to independent review site TrustPilot.

With an outstanding 9.9 out of 10, when it comes to your eyes, choose the clinic that actual patients trust the most.

You can return at any time if you have additional questions on the quality of your vision.

If you have distance laser vision correction for short-sight then any repeat laser eye treatments to correct a return of myopia in the first 10 years are included free of charge.*

You can return at any time if you have additional questions on the quality of your vision.

If you have distance laser vision correction for short-sight then any repeat laser eye treatments to correct a return of myopia in the first 10 years are included free of charge.*

Your Lifetime Care Guarantee

Your Lifetime Care Guarantee

Give Your Eyes The Care They Deserve

Book Your FREE, No Obligation Laser Eye Surgery Consultation in LONDON Now!

Give Your Eyes The Care They Deserve

Book Your FREE, No Obligation Laser Eye Surgery Consultation in LONDON Now!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q. Does laser eye surgery hurt?

Q. Does laser eye surgery hurt?

Q. How much does laser eye surgery cost?

Q. How much does laser eye surgery cost?

You should expect to pay in the order of £4,500-£5,000 or even upwards for a specialist surgeon in an expert independent clinical setting.

Paying less than this can involve corners being cut, such as packing a lot of patients into one day’s list (increasing the risk of human error and incomplete preoperative checks) or using older technology (increasing complications and reduced vision success rates).

You generally always get what you pay for, so do ensure you pay appropriately to get the best that is available from today’s laser eye surgery.

Standard prescription laser treatments to help distance vision e.g for short sight and astigmatism are the most common treatment. At Focus Clinic, LASIK costs £4,800 for both eyes.

Newer types of surgeries are now available beyond the standard short and long sighted or astigmatism prescriptions; to help age-related presbyopia (the need for reading glasses from the age of 45 upwards) such as LASIK Blended Vision and now a revolutionary lens replacement surgery (refractive lens exchange, RLE) using multifocal implants to restore far, intermediate and near vision.

These presbyopia treatments to help reading vision are typically more expensive than standard laser eye surgery e.g for short sight and astigmatism. At Focus Clinic, LASIK Blended Vision costs £5,400 for both eyes.

Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE) costs between £6,500 and £7,500 (both eyes) depending on the choice of lens implant, either standard or premium multifocal.

With the latest technological advances and the highest level of surgeon’s skills and training, the risks of something going wrong with laser eye surgery are at their lowest, which is helping make the treatment a very popular choice for people who require vision correction.

You should expect to pay in the order of £4,500-£5,000 or even upwards for a specialist surgeon in an expert independent clinical setting.

Paying less than this can involve corners being cut, such as packing a lot of patients into one day’s list (increasing the risk of human error and incomplete preoperative checks) or using older technology (increasing complications and reduced vision success rates).

You generally always get what you pay for, so do ensure you pay appropriately to get the best that is available from today’s laser eye surgery.

Standard prescription laser treatments to help distance vision e.g for short sight and astigmatism are the most common treatment. At Focus Clinic, LASIK costs £4,800 for both eyes.

Newer types of surgeries are now available beyond the standard short and long sighted or astigmatism prescriptions; to help age-related presbyopia (the need for reading glasses from the age of 45 upwards) such as LASIK Blended Vision and now a revolutionary lens replacement surgery (refractive lens exchange, RLE) using multifocal implants to restore far, intermediate and near vision.

These presbyopia treatments to help reading vision are typically more expensive than standard laser eye surgery e.g for short sight and astigmatism. At Focus Clinic, LASIK Blended Vision costs £5,400 for both eyes.

Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE) costs between £6,500 and £7,500 (both eyes) depending on the choice of lens implant, either standard or premium multifocal.

With the latest technological advances and the highest level of surgeon’s skills and training, the risks of something going wrong with laser eye surgery are at their lowest, which is helping make the treatment a very popular choice for people who require vision correction.

One of the most common questions we get asked is ‘Does laser eye surgery hurt?’ The answer is no. The procedure is not painful as you will have some anaesthetic drops to numb your eyes. These work very quickly, in less than 5 seconds, and so there is no need to wait to be sure they have taken effect. They work on everyone, every time, which is very reassuring.

No injections or other kinds of anaesthesia are required.

One of the most common questions we get asked is ‘Does laser eye surgery hurt?’ The answer is no. The procedure is not painful as you will have some anaesthetic drops to numb your eyes. These work very quickly, in less than 5 seconds, and so there is no need to wait to be sure they have taken effect. They work on everyone, every time, which is very reassuring.

No injections or other kinds of anaesthesia are required.

Some of Our Google Reviews

Some of Our Google Reviews

Q. How long does laser eye surgery take?

Q. How long does laser eye surgery take?

It’s a common misconception that the procedure for laser eye surgery takes a long time. Although your appointment will be for an hour, the laser aspect of the surgery only takes up to 10 minutes (a few minutes per eye).

The rest of the time is your surgeon carrying out over 100 checks, ensuring 100% accuracy for your surgery. If any of these pre surgery checks are not carried out with 100% accuracy, your surgery may not be successful, and you may require re treatment.

You will spend between half an hour to an hour in our patient recovery room, where you can relax, drink tea and eat biscuits while your eyes adjust after surgery.

Most patients will have perfect vision straight after surgery, however in some cases it can take up to 24 hours for your 20/20 (or better) vision to come into effect.

At Focus, we’re proud of our 100% success rates for typical long and short sight prescriptions. In addition to this, we offer a 10 year guarantee. In the extremely rare circumstance that you require re treatment in the first 10 years post treatment, the cost of the repeat surgery is free!

It’s a common misconception that the procedure for laser eye surgery takes a long time. Although your appointment will be for an hour, the laser aspect of the surgery only takes up to 10 minutes (a few minutes per eye).

The rest of the time is your surgeon carrying out over 100 checks, ensuring 100% accuracy for your surgery. If any of these pre surgery checks are not carried out with 100% accuracy, your surgery may not be successful, and you may require re treatment.

You will spend between half an hour to an hour in our patient recovery room, where you can relax, drink tea and eat biscuits while your eyes adjust after surgery.

Most patients will have perfect vision straight after surgery, however in some cases it can take up to 24 hours for your 20/20 (or better) vision to come into effect.

At Focus, we’re proud of our 100% success rates for typical long and short sight prescriptions. In addition to this, we offer a 10 year guarantee. In the extremely rare circumstance that you require re treatment in the first 10 years post treatment, the cost of the repeat surgery is free!

Q. Is LASIK Safe?

Q. Is LASIK Safe?

All eye surgical procedures carry a level of risk including not obtaining the desired outcome through to varying levels of visual loss. Your eye surgeon will discuss the risks and benefits including ones specific to your circumstances at the time of your preoperative consultation.

Safety is fully dependent on who the operating surgeon is and the clinical setting they are working in.

It is similar to safety for driving – is driving safe? This will depend mainly on the driver, the car they are in, and the environment where they are driving. Is it rush hour or a quiet country road?

If a surgeon is under pressure and operating on 20+ patients a day, that is very different from an expert consultant specialist in a low volume centre, having much more time and treating 4-6 patients a day.

The main safety factor is selecting people who are good candidates for treatment.

In 2015, most complications arose when the person treated was not an ideal candidate. This will come down to the surgeon and clinical setting. If it is a high volume commercial environment where less time is spent on assessment and selection, risks can rise.

Choose a specialist surgeon in a low volume setting, such as a clinical-owned specialist centre.

There are always possible risks with any technique and we encourage you to discuss these with us. Please note that treatments are available for almost all complications that affect your vision (but not all). Serious complications with LASIK or PRK are actually very rare if the patient is well selected. The chance of having a complication, including various minor ones, from LASIK has been documented in previous clinical studies to be less than one percent, and based on procedures which used less sophisticated technology than we have available today. All options have some risk, e.g. it has been shown that there is a higher risk of infection from wearing contact lenses long-term than from LASIK.

Many of the risks and complications associated with this procedure can be reduced or eliminated through careful patient selection and thorough pre-operative testing using the latest diagnostic technology. That is why FOCUS has invested so heavily in screening technology.

After laser eye treatment, you may experience some visual side effects. These are usually mild and most often diminish over a few days to a few weeks. But there is a slight chance that some of these side effects won’t go away completely, such as feelings of dryness, glare and haloes. If after a thorough examination we decide you are a good candidate for vision correction, you will be given additional information about the procedure that will allow you to make an informed decision about whether to proceed. Be sure you have all your questions answered to your satisfaction.

All eye surgical procedures carry a level of risk including not obtaining the desired outcome through to varying levels of visual loss. Your eye surgeon will discuss the risks and benefits including ones specific to your circumstances at the time of your preoperative consultation.

Safety is fully dependent on who the operating surgeon is and the clinical setting they are working in.

It is similar to safety for driving – is driving safe? This will depend mainly on the driver, the car they are in, and the environment where they are driving. Is it rush hour or a quiet country road?

If a surgeon is under pressure and operating on 20+ patients a day, that is very different from an expert consultant specialist in a low volume centre, having much more time and treating 4-6 patients a day.

The main safety factor is selecting people who are good candidates for treatment.

In 2015, most complications arose when the person treated was not an ideal candidate. This will come down to the surgeon and clinical setting. If it is a high volume commercial environment where less time is spent on assessment and selection, risks can rise.

Choose a specialist surgeon in a low volume setting, such as a clinical-owned specialist centre.

There are always possible risks with any technique and we encourage you to discuss these with us. Please note that treatments are available for almost all complications that affect your vision (but not all). Serious complications with LASIK or PRK are actually very rare if the patient is well selected. The chance of having a complication, including various minor ones, from LASIK has been documented in previous clinical studies to be less than one percent, and based on procedures which used less sophisticated technology than we have available today. All options have some risk, e.g. it has been shown that there is a higher risk of infection from wearing contact lenses long-term than from LASIK.

Many of the risks and complications associated with this procedure can be reduced or eliminated through careful patient selection and thorough pre-operative testing using the latest diagnostic technology. That is why FOCUS has invested so heavily in screening technology.

After laser eye treatment, you may experience some visual side effects. These are usually mild and most often diminish over a few days to a few weeks. But there is a slight chance that some of these side effects won’t go away completely, such as feelings of dryness, glare and haloes. If after a thorough examination we decide you are a good candidate for vision correction, you will be given additional information about the procedure that will allow you to make an informed decision about whether to proceed. Be sure you have all your questions answered to your satisfaction.

Give Your Eyes The Care They Deserve

Book Your FREE, No Obligation Laser Eye Surgery Consultation in LONDON Now!

Give Your Eyes The Care They Deserve

Book Your FREE, No Obligation Laser Eye Surgery Consultation in LONDON Now!

Copyright © 2019 Focus Clinic. All Rights Reserved.

Copyright © 2019 Focus Clinic. All Rights Reserved.

Registered in England 4585464

Registered in England 4585464

* Please note that there is a refundable admin fee of £25 for consultations during the week and £50 for consultations on weekends. This will be refunded to you when you attend the appointment

* Please note that there is a refundable admin fee of £25 for consultations during the week and £50 for consultations on weekends. This will be refunded to you when you attend the appointment

Dramatically Better Vision in Under 15 Minutes

Dramatically Better Vision in Under 15 Minutes

Book Your Free No Obligation Laser Eye Surgery Consultation in LONDON with Our Expert Surgeons

Book Your Free No Obligation Laser Eye Surgery Consultation in LONDON with Our Expert Surgeons

"So happy to have chosen the Focus Clinic for this miraculous procedure. From start to finish the care has been brilliant and David Allamby and his whole team have been so friendly and professional. I’m loving my life without specs! Thank you David and Team."

"So happy to have chosen the Focus Clinic for this miraculous procedure. From start to finish the care has been brilliant and David Allamby and his whole team have been so friendly and professional. I’m loving my life without specs! Thank you David and Team."

Juanita MacHale

Juanita MacHale

Poor Vision Can Be a Real Problem

Poor Vision Can Be a Real Problem

Which Can Have a Major Impact on Your Day-to-Day Life, Including...

Which Can Have a Major Impact on Your Day-to-Day Life, Including...

  • Trouble Reading
  • Trouble Focusing
  • Headaches
  • Trouble Reading
  • Trouble Focusing
  • Headaches
  • Short-Sight
  • Long-Sight
  • Blurred Vision
  • Short-Sight
  • Long-Sight
  • Blurred Vision

Whatever the issue, vision problems can be wide-ranging and left unchecked can increase the risk of developing other, more serious conditions

Whatever the issue, vision problems can be wide-ranging and left unchecked can increase the risk of developing other, more serious conditions

The longer you leave it, the worse your vision problems may become. It's best to get checked ASAP.

The longer you leave it, the worse your vision problems may become. It's best to get checked ASAP.

Poor vision caused by cataracts, for example, may result in an increased risk of falling or depressionion.

Poor vision caused by cataracts, for example, may result in an increased risk of falling or depressionion.

Also, cataracts cause half of all cases of blindness and 33% of visual impairment worldwide.

Also, cataracts cause half of all cases of blindness and 33% of visual impairment worldwide.

Perhaps you have trouble driving, or suffer from issues with bright lights

Maybe, you struggle with reading or blurred vision and are fed up with glasses or contacts

Perhaps you have trouble driving, or suffer from issues with bright lights

Maybe, you struggle with reading or blurred vision and are fed up with glasses or contacts

The good news is, many of these problems can be rectified with expert vision correction

The good news is, many of these problems can be rectified with expert vision correction

Introducing

Introducing

100% 20/20 VISION SUCCESS RATE

100% 20/20 VISION SUCCESS RATE

MOST TRUSTED EYE TREATMENT CLINIC

MOST TRUSTED EYE TREATMENT CLINIC

10-YEAR CARE GUARANTEE

10-YEAR CARE GUARANTEE

Led by David Allamby, ophthalmologist (eye surgeon), Focus is a world-leading laser eye clinic and specialist centre of excellence in London’s Harley Street medical district.

Led by David Allamby, ophthalmologist (eye surgeon), Focus is a world-leading laser eye clinic and specialist centre of excellence in London’s Harley Street medical district.

Focus Clinic has a remarkable 100% success rate for 20/20 vision with laser eye surgery.

We know of no other clinic that has matched these results.

There is a big difference between, for example, 98% and 100% success, especially if you are in the 2%.

Focus Clinic has a remarkable 100% success rate for 20/20 vision with laser eye surgery.

We know of no other clinic that has matched these results.

There is a big difference between, for example, 98% and 100% success, especially if you are in the 2%.

We have the highest trust rating of any ‘eye treatment’ clinic, according to independent review site TrustPilot.

With an outstanding 9.9 out of 10, when it comes to your eyes, choose the clinic that actual patients trust the most.

We have the highest trust rating of any ‘eye treatment’ clinic, according to independent review site TrustPilot.

With an outstanding 9.9 out of 10, when it comes to your eyes, choose the clinic that actual patients trust the most.

You can return at any time if you have additional questions on the quality of your vision.

If you have distance laser vision correction for short-sight then any repeat laser eye treatments to correct a return of myopia in the first 10 years are included free of charge.*

You can return at any time if you have additional questions on the quality of your vision.

If you have distance laser vision correction for short-sight then any repeat laser eye treatments to correct a return of myopia in the first 10 years are included free of charge.*

Your Lifetime Care Guarantee

Your Lifetime Care Guarantee

Some of Our Google Reviews

Some of Our Google Reviews

Give Your Eyes The Care They Deserve

Book Your FREE, No Obligation Laser Eye Surgery Consultation in LONDON Now!

Give Your Eyes The Care They Deserve

Book Your FREE, No Obligation Laser Eye Surgery Consultation in LONDON Now!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q. Does laser eye surgery hurt?

Q. Does laser eye surgery hurt?

Q. How much does laser eye surgery cost?

Q. How much does laser eye surgery cost?

One of the most common questions we get asked is ‘Does laser eye surgery hurt?’ The answer is no. The procedure is not painful as you will have some anaesthetic drops to numb your eyes. These work very quickly, in less than 5 seconds, and so there is no need to wait to be sure they have taken effect. They work on everyone, every time, which is very reassuring.

No injections or other kinds of anaesthesia are required.

One of the most common questions we get asked is ‘Does laser eye surgery hurt?’ The answer is no. The procedure is not painful as you will have some anaesthetic drops to numb your eyes. These work very quickly, in less than 5 seconds, and so there is no need to wait to be sure they have taken effect. They work on everyone, every time, which is very reassuring.

No injections or other kinds of anaesthesia are required.

Q. How long does laser eye surgery take?

Q. How long does laser eye surgery take?

It’s a common misconception that the procedure for laser eye surgery takes a long time. Although your appointment will be for an hour, the laser aspect of the surgery only takes up to 10 minutes (a few minutes per eye).

The rest of the time is your surgeon carrying out over 100 checks, ensuring 100% accuracy for your surgery. If any of these pre surgery checks are not carried out with 100% accuracy, your surgery may not be successful, and you may require re treatment.

You will spend between half an hour to an hour in our patient recovery room, where you can relax, drink tea and eat biscuits while your eyes adjust after surgery.

Most patients will have perfect vision straight after surgery, however in some cases it can take up to 24 hours for your 20/20 (or better) vision to come into effect.

At Focus, we’re proud of our 100% success rates for typical long and short sight prescriptions. In addition to this, we offer a 10 year guarantee. In the extremely rare circumstance that you require re treatment in the first 10 years post treatment, the cost of the repeat surgery is free!

It’s a common misconception that the procedure for laser eye surgery takes a long time. Although your appointment will be for an hour, the laser aspect of the surgery only takes up to 10 minutes (a few minutes per eye).

The rest of the time is your surgeon carrying out over 100 checks, ensuring 100% accuracy for your surgery. If any of these pre surgery checks are not carried out with 100% accuracy, your surgery may not be successful, and you may require re treatment.

You will spend between half an hour to an hour in our patient recovery room, where you can relax, drink tea and eat biscuits while your eyes adjust after surgery.

Most patients will have perfect vision straight after surgery, however in some cases it can take up to 24 hours for your 20/20 (or better) vision to come into effect.

At Focus, we’re proud of our 100% success rates for typical long and short sight prescriptions. In addition to this, we offer a 10 year guarantee. In the extremely rare circumstance that you require re treatment in the first 10 years post treatment, the cost of the repeat surgery is free!

Q. Is LASIK Safe?

Q. Is LASIK Safe?

All eye surgical procedures carry a level of risk including not obtaining the desired outcome through to varying levels of visual loss. Your eye surgeon will discuss the risks and benefits including ones specific to your circumstances at the time of your preoperative consultation.

Safety is fully dependent on who the operating surgeon is and the clinical setting they are working in.

It is similar to safety for driving – is driving safe? This will depend mainly on the driver, the car they are in, and the environment where they are driving. Is it rush hour or a quiet country road?

If a surgeon is under pressure and operating on 20+ patients a day, that is very different from an expert consultant specialist in a low volume centre, having much more time and treating 4-6 patients a day.

The main safety factor is selecting people who are good candidates for treatment.

In 2015, most complications arose when the person treated was not an ideal candidate. This will come down to the surgeon and clinical setting. If it is a high volume commercial environment where less time is spent on assessment and selection, risks can rise.

Choose a specialist surgeon in a low volume setting, such as a clinical-owned specialist centre.

There are always possible risks with any technique and we encourage you to discuss these with us. Please note that treatments are available for almost all complications that affect your vision (but not all). Serious complications with LASIK or PRK are actually very rare if the patient is well selected. The chance of having a complication, including various minor ones, from LASIK has been documented in previous clinical studies to be less than one percent, and based on procedures which used less sophisticated technology than we have available today. All options have some risk, e.g. it has been shown that there is a higher risk of infection from wearing contact lenses long-term than from LASIK.

Many of the risks and complications associated with this procedure can be reduced or eliminated through careful patient selection and thorough pre-operative testing using the latest diagnostic technology. That is why FOCUS has invested so heavily in screening technology.

After laser eye treatment, you may experience some visual side effects. These are usually mild and most often diminish over a few days to a few weeks. But there is a slight chance that some of these side effects won’t go away completely, such as feelings of dryness, glare and haloes. If after a thorough examination we decide you are a good candidate for vision correction, you will be given additional information about the procedure that will allow you to make an informed decision about whether to proceed. Be sure you have all your questions answered to your satisfaction.

All eye surgical procedures carry a level of risk including not obtaining the desired outcome through to varying levels of visual loss. Your eye surgeon will discuss the risks and benefits including ones specific to your circumstances at the time of your preoperative consultation.

Safety is fully dependent on who the operating surgeon is and the clinical setting they are working in.

It is similar to safety for driving – is driving safe? This will depend mainly on the driver, the car they are in, and the environment where they are driving. Is it rush hour or a quiet country road?

If a surgeon is under pressure and operating on 20+ patients a day, that is very different from an expert consultant specialist in a low volume centre, having much more time and treating 4-6 patients a day.

The main safety factor is selecting people who are good candidates for treatment.

In 2015, most complications arose when the person treated was not an ideal candidate. This will come down to the surgeon and clinical setting. If it is a high volume commercial environment where less time is spent on assessment and selection, risks can rise.

Choose a specialist surgeon in a low volume setting, such as a clinical-owned specialist centre.

There are always possible risks with any technique and we encourage you to discuss these with us. Please note that treatments are available for almost all complications that affect your vision (but not all). Serious complications with LASIK or PRK are actually very rare if the patient is well selected. The chance of having a complication, including various minor ones, from LASIK has been documented in previous clinical studies to be less than one percent, and based on procedures which used less sophisticated technology than we have available today. All options have some risk, e.g. it has been shown that there is a higher risk of infection from wearing contact lenses long-term than from LASIK.

Many of the risks and complications associated with this procedure can be reduced or eliminated through careful patient selection and thorough pre-operative testing using the latest diagnostic technology. That is why FOCUS has invested so heavily in screening technology.

After laser eye treatment, you may experience some visual side effects. These are usually mild and most often diminish over a few days to a few weeks. But there is a slight chance that some of these side effects won’t go away completely, such as feelings of dryness, glare and haloes. If after a thorough examination we decide you are a good candidate for vision correction, you will be given additional information about the procedure that will allow you to make an informed decision about whether to proceed. Be sure you have all your questions answered to your satisfaction.

You should expect to pay in the order of £4,500-£5,000 or even upwards for a specialist surgeon in an expert independent clinical setting.

Paying less than this can involve corners being cut, such as packing a lot of patients into one day’s list (increasing the risk of human error and incomplete preoperative checks) or using older technology (increasing complications and reduced vision success rates).

You generally always get what you pay for, so do ensure you pay appropriately to get the best that is available from today’s laser eye surgery.

Standard prescription laser treatments to help distance vision e.g for short sight and astigmatism are the most common treatment. At Focus Clinic, LASIK costs £4,800 for both eyes.

Newer types of surgeries are now available beyond the standard short and long sighted or astigmatism prescriptions; to help age-related presbyopia (the need for reading glasses from the age of 45 upwards) such as LASIK Blended Vision and now a revolutionary lens replacement surgery (refractive lens exchange, RLE) using multifocal implants to restore far, intermediate and near vision.

These presbyopia treatments to help reading vision are typically more expensive than standard laser eye surgery e.g for short sight and astigmatism. At Focus Clinic, LASIK Blended Vision costs £5,400 for both eyes.

Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE) costs between £6,500 and £7,500 (both eyes) depending on the choice of lens implant, either standard or premium multifocal.

With the latest technological advances and the highest level of surgeon’s skills and training, the risks of something going wrong with laser eye surgery are at their lowest, which is helping make the treatment a very popular choice for people who require vision correction.

You should expect to pay in the order of £4,500-£5,000 or even upwards for a specialist surgeon in an expert independent clinical setting.

Paying less than this can involve corners being cut, such as packing a lot of patients into one day’s list (increasing the risk of human error and incomplete preoperative checks) or using older technology (increasing complications and reduced vision success rates).

You generally always get what you pay for, so do ensure you pay appropriately to get the best that is available from today’s laser eye surgery.

Standard prescription laser treatments to help distance vision e.g for short sight and astigmatism are the most common treatment. At Focus Clinic, LASIK costs £4,800 for both eyes.

Newer types of surgeries are now available beyond the standard short and long sighted or astigmatism prescriptions; to help age-related presbyopia (the need for reading glasses from the age of 45 upwards) such as LASIK Blended Vision and now a revolutionary lens replacement surgery (refractive lens exchange, RLE) using multifocal implants to restore far, intermediate and near vision.

These presbyopia treatments to help reading vision are typically more expensive than standard laser eye surgery e.g for short sight and astigmatism. At Focus Clinic, LASIK Blended Vision costs £5,400 for both eyes.

Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE) costs between £6,500 and £7,500 (both eyes) depending on the choice of lens implant, either standard or premium multifocal.

With the latest technological advances and the highest level of surgeon’s skills and training, the risks of something going wrong with laser eye surgery are at their lowest, which is helping make the treatment a very popular choice for people who require vision correction.

Give Your Eyes The Care They Deserve

Book Your FREE, No Obligation Laser Eye Surgery Consultation in LONDON Now!

Give Your Eyes The Care They Deserve

Book Your FREE, No Obligation Laser Eye Surgery Consultation in LONDON Now!

Copyright © 2019 Focus Clinic. All Rights Reserved.

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* Please note that there is a refundable admin fee of £25 for consultations during the week and £50 for consultations on weekends. This will be refunded to you when you attend the appointment

* Please note that there is a refundable admin fee of £25 for consultations during the week and £50 for consultations on weekends. This will be refunded to you when you attend the appointment