Laser Eye Surgery Aftercare | Laser Eye Surgery After Treatments | Focus Clinics

Aftercare & Lifetime Guarantee

6th stage of your laser eye surgery journey from FOCUS
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Choosing to have laser eye surgery is a big decision for anyone to make. Whilst you might be impressed by a clinic, their website or their literature you will also want to be sure that you’ll be taken care of after your surgery.

Caroline - The Day after Laser eye surgery at FOCUS

At Focus our Lifetime Care Guarantee means complete reassurance and peace of mind – when you have Z-LASIK distance vision correction with us we promise to take care of you for life, free of charge*

Phone / Mobile

As previously discussed we see you the day after treatment. We then have one week, one month, three month and six month check ups with additional appointments a year later to check your vision and eye health.

We provide patients with a comprehensive recovery plan. For the first week this includes a variety of eye drops to assist fast healing. You will also receive information on how best to look after your eyes after surgery including advice on what sports and activities are safe – for example, when to return to the gym or swimming.

Drops to administer after laser eye surgery


Concerns after the surgery

If at any time you have any concerns you are, of course, more than welcome to call or email the clinic and speak to one of our team – many of whom you will have already got to know during your consultation and treatment. Always remember we are only a phone call away for any questions you might have after your surgery.

We also love to keep in touch with people who have had their lives changed by treatment at Focus and why not sign up to our treated patients newsletter? We’ll keep you informed about eye health in general and invite you to special events throughout the year. You may even want to attend our Focus open days where we bring people in who have been treated to speak to those people wanting to have surgery.

*Terms and conditions apply.

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