Your needs are completely anticipated throughout the procedure, from pre to post-operative care:
A detailed examination is carried out to assess and confirm your suitability by one of our experienced specialist refractive optometrists.
Carried out with a trained and certified patient counsellor. Your specialist refractive optometrist will also be able to provide counselling advice as requested.
One of the reasons people have their surgery carried out at Optical Express is because we use highly skilled, experienced and dedicated surgeons. All our ophthalmologists are registered with the General Medical Council and specialise in the field of refractive surgery. Together they have carried out almost 2 million laser and IOL procedures worldwide. Our IOL surgeons are fully trained and accredited by intraocular lens suppliers to use their products. Furthermore, they are annually assessed by the International Medical Advisory Board, consisting of several of the world’s leading refractive surgeons, including Steve Schallhorn, former Head of Ophthalmology for the US Navy, and treating Surgeon to NASA and Mission Control.
With over €1 million invested in technology in every clinic to deliver the best clinical outcomes and the highest levels of patient care.
In your post operative appointments, our experienced specialist refractive optometrists monitor your visual outcome following your procedure.
Optical Express can help spread the cost of surgery with our interest free or interest bearing payment options, helping make IOL treatments even more affordable.
For many who wear glasses or contact lenses the multifocal lens could mean independence from these. The LENTIS® Mplus is a highly advanced multifocal intraocular lens (MIOL), recognised as one of the most effective treatments for presbyopia. What’s more the LENTIS® Mplus state-of-the-art technology provides excellent near, intermediate and far vision; high contrast sensitivity; fast adaptation time; and minimal glare and halo effects.
Monofocal lenses correct your vision for one particular distance. They are commonly used within insitutions such as the NHS for cataract procedures and are easy for your eye to adapt to. Reading glasses may be required to supplement these lenses if you are over the age of 45, unless a monovision procedure is carried out. Your optometrist and surgeon will discuss this with you in more detail at your consultation.
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