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London’s Leading Laser Eye Surgery Treatment Clinic

Eye Clinic London is at the forefront of transforming lives through laser eye surgery. Led by the distinguished Mr. Hamada, with over 25 years in the field, our clinic combines state-of-the-art diagnostics with unparalleled expertise to deliver precise, tailored vision correction.

Understanding Laser Eye Surgery

Laser Eye Surgery refers to a variety of procedures designed to correct refractive errors – such as myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism – using laser technology to reshape the cornea, the clear front part of the eye. This reshaping allows light entering the eye to be properly focused onto retina, resulting in clearer vision without the need for glasses or contact lenses.

The primary benefit of laser eye surgery is the potential for a significant improvement in visual acuity, with many patients achieving 20/20 vision or better. Additionally, it offers a rapid recovery time and can significantly enhance the quality of life for those who have been dependant on corrective eyewear.

Types of Laser Surgery

There are several types of laser eye surgery, each with its unique approach and application:

  • LASIK (Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis): : The most popular type of refractive surgery. It involves creating a think flap in the cornea, reshaping the underlying corneal tissue with a laser, and then repositioning the flap.
  • LASEK (Laser Epithelial Keratomileusis): Similar to PRK, LASEK treats the epithelial layer of the cornea, which is softened and moved aside before the cornea is reshaped with a laser.
  • PRK (Photorefractive Keratectomy): This procedure involves removing a small layer of the corneal surface before reshaping the cornea with laser. PRK is often recommended for patients with thin corneas.
  • SMILE (Small Incision Lenticule Extraction): A minimally invasive procedure where a small, lens-shaped bit of corneal tissue is removed through a small incision, reshaping the cornea.

Each of these procedures has its advantages and ideal applications, making the choice of method a crucial decision based on the patient’s specific vision correction needs and the health of their eyes.

The Procedure: What to Expect

The Procedure: What to Expect

Pre-Operative Assessment

Before considering laser eye surgery, a comprehensive eye examination is essential to determine the patient’s suitability. This assessment includes measing your corneal thickness, curvature, and overall eye health.


On the Day of Surgery:

Laser eye surgery is known for its quickness and minimal discomfort. The procedure typically takes about 30 mins.

  • Upon arrival at Eye Clinic London, you'll undergo a final pre-operative assessment.
  • You'll be prepared for surgery, which includes numbing the eyes with drops.
  • During the procedure, Mr. Hamada will use a laser to precisely alter the shape of your cornea. This process typically takes about 10-15 minutes for both eyes.
  • After the surgery, you'll rest briefly in our recovery area before being given post-operative care instructions and discharged to go home.typically takes about 10-15 minutes for both eyes.
recovery time

Recovery Time:

  • Most patients notice improved vision within 24 hours.
  • Patients may experience temporary discomfort, sensitivity to light, or mild irritation.
  • Full recovery and stabilisation of vision might take 2 to 4 weeks.
  • Follow-up visits are scheduled to monitor the healing process.
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Benefits of Laser Eye Surgery

  • Immediate Results: Many patients experience significantly improved vision almost immediately after the procedure. Many achieve 20/20 or better vision.
  • Quick Recovery: Most return to their normal activities within a day or two.
  • Long-term Solution: Offers a permanent alternative to glasses or contact lenses for many.
Risks of Laser Eye Surgery

Risks of Laser Eye Surgery

However, as with any procedure, risks are present. These may include:

  • Dry eyes
  • Glare
  • Halos
  • Rare cases - loss of vision
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Suitability and Considerations

Who It is For: Ideal for individuals over 18 with stable vision prescriptions who seek independence from glasses or contacts.

Considerations: Not suitable for patients with certain corneal diseases, severe dry eyes, or pregnant women.

The Facts and Figures:

  • Over 10 million LASIK surgeries have been performed worldwide.
  • The success rate of LASIK surgery is impressively high, with about 96% of patients achieving their desired vision.
  • Less than 1% of patients experience serious complications.

Treatment for both eyes:


£ 4,800


£ 6,000

LASIK/LASEK/PRK Blended Vision

£ 5,400
Making the Decision

Making the Decision

The decision to undergo laser surgery should not be taken lightly. It requires careful consideration of the patient’s lifestyle, the specific refractive error, and an understanding of the potential outcomes and risks. Consulting with experienced ophthalmologist, who can provide personalised advice and insight, is an essential step in this transformative journey.

Why Choose Us

Why Choose Eye Clinic London?

Choosing Eye Clinic London means entrusting your vision to one of the most experienced teams globally. Mr. Hamada’s expertise, combined with our cutting-edge diagnostic technology, ensures personalised, precise, and effective treatment, setting you on a path to clearer vision.

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Embark on Your Journey to Clear Vision

At Eye Clinic London, we're committed to providing you with a seamless and transformative laser eye surgery experience. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you achieve optimal vision with the guidance and expertise of Mr. Hamada and our advanced surgical techniques.

Finance & Insurance

Eye Clinic London stands for easily obtainable, superior eye care, supported by variety of payment methods and insurance choices. Contact us for a more complete picture.

Our Location

Strategically located in Wimpole Street, Harley Medical District, Marylebone, in the heart of London, our clinic is easily accessible, ensuring that your journey to exceptional eye care is as convenient as possible. Our central position ensures that you can easily reach us from various parts of the city.

Wimpole street in Marylebone is not just an address; it’s a hub of convenience and accessibility. With excellent transport links and a wealth of amenities nearby, your visit to Eye Clinic London will be convenient and hassle-free experience.

Whether you are a local resident or visiting form other parts of UK or abroad, our location will provide you with seamless connection to the private eye doctor in London.

When choosing to travel by public transport please alight at Bond Street Station and walk for 7 mins, alternatively exit at Oxford Circus station or Baker Street Station and walk for 10 mins.

Street parking is available.

Eye Clinic London 22 Wimpole Street
London W1G 8GQ

Queen Victoria Hospital Corneoplastic Unit Holtye Road
East Grinstead RH19 3DZ

The McIndoe Centre Holtye Road East
Grinstead RH19 3EB