Can I get laser eye surgery for under £500?
Can I get laser eye surgery for under £500? Despite some clinics advertising surgery for under £500 per eye, you are highly unlikely to actually pay this amount. Prices are based on your prescription strength along with the type of surgery you choose to have. To achieve a low price point like this, your eyes would need to have a very, very minimal prescription and opt for a cheaper type of surgery.
Some clinics offer a cheaper surgery alternative to ours, which involves the surgeon manually cutting the eye with a scalpel to create the corneal flap.
All of our surgery is carried out by lasers, which reduces the recovery time, minimises the room for error and the amount of discomfort suffered by the patient.
Realistically, you should expect to pay around £4500 to £5000 for both eyes.
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100% 20/20 vision
Focus Clinic has a remarkable 100% success rate for 20/20 vision. We know of no other clinic that has matched these results. There is a big difference between, for example, 98% and 100% success, especially if you are in the 2%.
10 year guarantee
Your 10 Year Guarantee means you can return at any time if you have additional questions on the quality of your vision. If you have distance vision correction for short-sight then any repeat laser eye treatments to correct a return of myopia in the first 10 years are included free of charge.*
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Laser eye surgery, or laser refraction surgery, refers to several procedures used to correct refraction issues within the eye.
Most often patients will be experiencing short-sightedness (myopia) long-sightedness (hyperopia) or astigmatism. With older patients showing signs of presbyopia (old-age related long-sightedness).
Lens replacement surgery, such as refractive lens exchange (RLE), is growing in popularity. Lens exchange procedures have a low level of risk, permanent results, a positive financial outcome when compared to traditional vision correction and speedy recovery times.
Hyperopia (far- or long-sightedness) is a common refractive error where distance vision may not necessarily be affected, but objects closer to the subject are poorly defined and blurry. However, it is worth noting that everyone will experience hyperopia differently.
Myopia, commonly referred to as near-sightedness or short-sightedness, is a condition that hinders the effective range of vision, with objects only appearing clear and in focus when nearby. Myopia is a widespread cause of poor eyesight, with an estimated 1 in 3 people in the UK having myopia.