Laser Eye Surgery Costs and Finance
We offer the latest Swiss-made ZIEMER technology for our laser eye surgery treatments with prices from £28.38/month per eye. That’s for the most advanced treatment available today – full blade-free Z-LASIK – and all our treatments include Wavefront as standard.
Treatment for reading glasses costs between 2250 and 5995 depending on the procedure chosen. We offer a Focus Specialist service and a VIP service for select customers. Our prices include immediate after care drops, routine follow up appointments and a lifetime care guarantee (terms and conditions apply) – please call 0207 3078 250 or fill in our Quick Callback form:
VIP Treatment Package – 8500 both eyes
Reading Vision Treatments
Lens Implant (RLE, ICL) - 2495 to 2995 per eye
Z-LASIK Blended Vision – 2250 per eye – (from 45.59 per month)
Z-LASIK Standard Prescriptions
Short-sighted prescriptions up to -12.00, long-sight up to +4.00, astigmatism to -4.00
Z-LASIK is our premier treatment and is the only laser eye procedure in London to achieve a 100% success rate*. All our Z-LASIK treatments include:
- Wavefront optics for high definition vision
- Dual-laser approach for a fully blade-free procedure using the world’s most advanced femtosecond laser – the Ziemer LDV.
Z-LASIK – Prices from just £28.38 per month. Please call us on 0207 307 8250 for a quote.
All prices are in GBP.
Here you can get an idea of how much lasik and wavefront laser eye surgery will cost with us. We have differing levels of pricing, which depend on what kind of glasses or contact lenses you wear. The simpler your visual problem, the lower the price.
The lowest price treatment available is for treating short sight (myopia) and prices range from 1495 to 2300 per eye for blade-free wavefront Z-LASIK. Once short sight has progressed in the teens, and sometimes 20s, it is then typically a stable condition and can be usually permanently corrected with one laser treatment.
If you need glasses for reading, usually over the age of 40, then we need to provide you with clear reading whilst also giving you great distance vision. This needs an expert custom treatment and is therefore more expensive than treating either short or long sight alone. Reading treatments range from 2250 – 5995, depending on the treatment option chosen and your glasses prescription.
The Numbers Explained
The refractive error that you have, e.g. short sight or long sight, and also the strength of your glasses is measured in diopters (usually marked by the letter D, or occasionally DS). This number tells you what kind of lens is needed for your glasses or contact lenses, and it is also used to determine your laser eye treatment. The more short sighted or long sighted you are, the worse your eye sight is and therefore the higher your prescription will be in diopters (D).
The prescription for glasses that you get from your optician or from your laser eye consultation may be written in 3 numbers. Let’s look at an example of a prescription:e.g. -4.00 / -1.50 X 90.
You might see three boxes for each eye on your prescription, labelled as SPH, CYL and AXIS. There can sometimes be a fourth number labelled ADD.
We only use the first two numbers to work out what you treatment will cost, because these two indicate the size and complexity of your vision problem, and hence how much laser treatment is needed to fix it.
In our example above, the first number (e.g. -4.00) identifies the amount of short sightedness or long sightedness. The sign is an indication of whether you are short sighted (with a minus ‘-’ in front) or long sighted (with a plus ‘+’ in front).
The second number (e.g. -1.50) shows how much astigmatism you have. This simply tells us how irregular your prescription is. The higher the number, the more distortion you have in your vision. This can be written as either + or -. We always use the – (minus or negative) format.
The third number (90) tells us more about the angle of the astigmatism. In this case, was say the astigmatism is at 90 degrees.
We use your prescription to work out the appropriate laser vision treatment to correct your vision problem. In other words, these numbers say how much and where the laser needs to be used to reshape the cornea to an ideal shape.
To make your laser eye surgery more affordable, you can spread the cost over a series of months or even years. We offer interest-free finance over 6, 10 or 12 months. Interest bearing finance is available over 36, 48 or 60 months. (Potentially you could be paying less than £29 a month for your eye surgery – sometimes that’s less than a contact lens direct debit!) Finance is easy to set up and just requires a small deposit of £200. Please do get in touch with us for more details and options.
We do offer a unique VIP service for select customers for 8,500. To enquire about this service please call our clinic manager on 0207 3078 250.