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What is lens surgery?

Lens surgery can change your life.

It’s an increasingly popular treatment which can be used to correct both distance and near vision. It’s also used to help people with cataracts, helping them to see the world clearly again.

Often, lens surgery is the most effective way to reduce your reliance on glasses and contact lenses. Optical Express has been helping people to do just that for more than 15 years.

What types of lens surgery are there?

There are two different types of lens surgery; the procedure that we recommend depends upon your specific needs. The first, lens replacement surgery, is also known as refractive lens exchange (RLE) and the second is Phakic intraocular lens (PIOL) surgery. At Optical Express, we offer a variety of premium lenses, so that we can provide the best solution for each patient’s individual visual requirements.

Lasik

LASIK is our most popular type of laser eye surgery and offers benefits including a fast recovery and excellent visual outcomes.

Lasek​

LASEK is an alternative treatment to LASIK and is effective for some of those patients who aren't suitable for LASIK surgery.

iDesign

iDesign is an innovative system which produces a highly detailed 3D map of the eye and greatly enhances your treatment.

Lasek
LASEK is an alternative treatment to LASIK and is effective for some of those patients who aren't suitable for LASIK surgery.
Learn More
iDesign
iDesign is an innovative system which produces a highly detailed 3D map of the eye and enhances your treatment to achieve the best possible results.
Learn More
Lasek
LASEK is an alternative treatment to LASIK and is effective for some of those patients who aren't suitable for LASIK surgery.
Learn More
iDesign
iDesign is an innovative system which produces a highly detailed 3D map of the eye and enhances your treatment to achieve the best possible results.
Learn More

Am I Suitable For Laser Eye Surgery?​

As 85% of people who come to Optical Express for a consultation are suitable for a procedure, it’s very likely that you will be too. Why not try using one of our suitability tools to get a quick initial indication?​

How is laser eye surgery performed?

We use the most technologically-advanced lasers to subtly reshape your cornea, transforming your vision and giving you the joy of clearer and sharper sight.

Step 1

The procedure begins with anaesthetic eye drops being applied, which quickly numb the eye.

Step 2

The laser works in a matter of seconds, sending pulses of laser beams onto your cornea to reshape any imperfections.

Step 3

Most patients experience improved vision within a few days, though full recovery can take up to a week.

World Class Technology

Our expert Surgeons use the same technology that led NASA to approve laser eye surgery for its astronauts. More than £400 million has been invested in state of the art clinics and technologies. We use advanced femtosecond and excimer lasers, which are incredibly precise and accurate, so that we can provide our patients with their very best results.

Patient Reviews

Read reviews from thousands of happy patients. To date, over 8000 of our UK patients have rated us on leading consumer review site Trustpilot. That’s more than any of our competitors.​

How much does laser eye surgery cost?

Every patient's eyes are unique and their laser eye surgery is too. A consultation with us is required first of all, so that we can determine the requirements for your treatment. That's why we provide you with a cost once you've had your consultation. However, technological advances in recent years have made this truly remarkable vision transformation affordable for almost everyone who is eligible for treatment. It's also worth bearing in mind that vision correction could be the most economical option for you over time, because it removes the ongoing costs of glasses or contact lenses.

From £595 per eye†
0% APR for 10 months

Aftercare & recovery

Our complete aftercare programme starts on the day of your laser eye surgery and is customised to your individual requirements. We check your progress regularly to make sure that your recovery is progressing just as it should. All Optical Express patients also have access to our out-of-hours medical helpline, where a specialist optometrist or surgeon can give you professional advice and help to answer questions on vision or eye health after laser eye surgery.

Is laser eye surgery safe?

Over 40 million people across the globe have had laser eye surgery, making it the most popular elective surgery worldwide. Of course, all surgical procedures carry a degree of risk, but laser eye surgery has an impressive safety record and transforms vision beyond most patients' expectations.

99% Achieve 20|20 vision*

40m Treated globally

30 Years of excellence

No.1 Elective surgery

Why choose Optical Express?

From children’s first eye tests to teenagers’ glasses, from contact lenses to prescription sunglasses and from laser eye surgery and lens replacement in later life, we’ve looked after the health of our patients and their families’ eyes for over 25 years. Not only do we provide the best in clinical care, but we have optical solutions for all patients too.

We’ve never stood still. Since we opened our first optical practice in 1991, over £400 million has been invested in technology, giving our clinicians access to the most advanced methods of vision correction and providing the best visual results for our patients. At Optical Express, you’ll find that we provide exceptional clinical expertise, outstanding surgical outcomes and a complete aftercare programme. We, quite simply, want to bring a new sense of joy into your life.

*In a study of 190,231 Optical Express patients with the most common prescriptions we treat (excluding those with presbyopia and emmetropia) 99.2% achieved 20|20 vision or better following treatment.

Price dependent on patient’s prescription and treatment type, determined at consultation. From 01/01/2015 to 20/09/2016, 23.4% of individual eyes assessed at consultation had a prescription which qualified for surgery at this price point.

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