Laser Eye Surgery at Nuffield Health Wessex Hospital
At Nuffield Health Wessex Hospital, we've partnered with Laser Vision Eye Centre to offer the largest range of refractive laser correction procedures in the area.
Combined with our state of the art laser equipment and surgeon experience, Nuffield Health and the Laser Vision Eye Centre will provide the best choice for you.
- Wavefront guided LASIK and LASEK £1850 per eye
- Topography guided LASIK and LASEK£1850 per eye
- SMILE laser eye surgery £2200 per eye
- PRESBYOND laser blended vision £2250 per eye
Interest free finance available - please contact us to discuss your payment options
Where does the treatment take place?
At the Nuffield Health Wessex Hospital in Chandlers Ford, Hampshire.
Who will carry out my treatment?
Mr David Anderson and Mr Aris Konstantopoulos are UK trained NHS Consultant Ophthalmologists who specialise in the treatment of corneal conditions, performing corneal transplantation’s, refractive procedures and cataract surgery on a regular basis. Laser Vision Eye Centre in partnership with the Nuffield Health Wessex Hospital provide premium quality Laser Vision Correction through a surgeon delivered service. Unlike other laser surgery providers, your surgeons will assess you before surgery, perform your surgery and then review you after your surgery.
With over forty years combined experience, Aris and David are nationally and internationally recognised specialist corneal surgeons. Trained in advanced corneal surgery and refractive surgery, they also run the corneal fellowship programme at University Hospital Southampton NHS Trust, training future consultants. Actively involved in research, they are continually researching and paving the way for the future in treatment of corneal conditions and vision correction. In addition, they have broad range of general ophthalmic skills; so you can be reassured that in the very rare event of a complication, you will receive the highest quality care.
How long does the treatment / surgery take?
Approximately 30 minutes
Is a general or local anaesthetic required?
Anaesthetic eye drops are used for these procedures.
Is a stay in hospital required?
No - this is an outpatient procedure, so you'll be able to go home the day of your treatment.
What are the risks and side effects of treatment?
Laser eye surgery is very safe. The risks and side effects will be explained fully by the Consultant.
Do I need a referral letter from my GP?
What should I expect at the appointment?
A full ophthalmic examination and assessment which will include the use of eye drops to dilate the pupils.
What type of questions will I be asked?
Details of past ophthalmic history, general medical history, reasons for wanting refractive surgery and expectations of outcome.
What type of questions should I ask?
During the consultation a full explanation will be given of the methods of surgery that might be appropriate for you and the potential risks and complications. You should ask about anything you do not fully understand. We want you to be as well informed as possible so that together we can make the best decisions for you.
Should I take anything with me?
Please bring any previous spectacle/contact lens prescriptions from the last two or three years.
How do I arrange an appointment?
We provide clinics for initial and post-surgery follow-up assessments at a variety of locations, including:
· Chandlers Ford: Nuffield Health Wessex Hospital
· Southampton: Southampton General Hospital
· Winchester: Leightons Opticians
· Basingstoke: Leightons Opticians
· Guildford: Nuffield Health Guildford Hospital
· Jersey: The Lido Medical Centre, St Helier
Laser Vision Eye Centre is based at the Nuffield Health Wessex Hospital, Hampshire. Conveniently located off junction 12 of the M3, the hospital has ample free on-site parking, so there is no need to worry about getting to your appointment.
Nuffield Health Wessex Hospital