Your Laser Eye Surgery Journey at Optilase
- Initial consultation with your Optometrist
- Consultation with your Surgeon
- Comprehensive Aftercare Programme
- Safest and most precise technology
- Access to our 24 hour helpline
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No. It depends on what your eye condition is, and your age/underlying prescription.
For example, if you are aged between 40-60 and have trouble with reading fine print, you may have presbyopia (ageing of the lens) and might be better suited to an optical inlay procedure like KAMRA or Presbia.
We are open 7 days per week and late night Monday to Thursday so we are able to fit in around your busy schedule.
We also perform eye surgery every week which means you don’t have to join a lengthy waiting list for your life-changing treatment.
You need to refrain from wearing soft contact lenses at least 24 hours and gas permeable (hard) contact lenses for 1 week prior to your assessment.
Laser eye surgery is one of the most commonly performed procedures in the world; however as with all surgeries there are risks involved in laser vision correction and you will be made aware of these risks during your initial free assessment as well as your pre-operative consultation.
You can book today your free, no obligation consultation with one of our Optometrists and find out if you are a suitable candidate.
Due to advancements in Laser Eye Surgery, it is perfectly safe to treat both eyes on the same day.
In total, it takes approximately 10-15 minutes to have both eyes treated. If for any reason you would prefer to have your eyes treated separately, we can arrange this for you at no extra charge.
If you’ve been wearing prescription corrective eyewear, either glasses or contact lenses, and your eye problems are as a result of long/short-sightedness or astigmatism, you may well be a candidate for laser eye surgery.
Call Optilase on 0800 044 3236 and speak to a representative about your situation. If they feel after hearing your specific issues that you may be a candidate for laser eye surgery, they can book a consultation for you at one of our clinics nationwide. This consultation is free.