The ideal treatment if you are motivated to be glasses or contact lens free

How does it work? It’s simple

What holds our patients back? Time! Use this time to get ahead of the game, so you’re ready for whatever the future will bring

Why choose us?

We offer you a wealth of experience earned from over 80,000 vision correction procedures over 22 years. Let us help you make time for vision correction so you can focus on the loves of your life.

Why you should get LASIK

The best thing about LASIK…

The same eyes but better

You have finally prioritised your vision, and the results are better than you could have ever imagined. You can see clearly at all distances, and no longer need to wear glasses or contact lenses.

You feel like a new you

Waking up in the morning to fresh vision is exciting and refreshing. You find the confidence and convenience you never knew you’d lost.

The average day is no longer average

Simple activities like taking a shower, exercising or walking outdoors is so much easier without glasses. You no longer have the hassle of dry and scratchy contact lenses or the guilt of accidentally leaving them in overnight.

Reconnect with your true identity

Even if you didn’t mind the look of your glasses, it’s nice to feel comfortable in your own skin, without the added clutter. Others will notice the confidence and energy you exude.

Life-changing freedom

After LASIK, patients love their lives. They are more spontaneous, fun and free. Their only regret is that they didn’t do it sooner.

Our patients make more time for life

They no longer miss out on the life they want most

I can suddenly start seeing things a lot clearer. Very quickly post-surgery, your life is transformed to 20/20 vision.


Hasu Shah, London
Now my life is great because I can play sports without wearing glasses at all or worry about them slipping off. I can wear sunglasses and I don’t have to get prescription sunglasses.


Arif Hussain, London
My vision is generally a lot clearer because even though I was wearing glasses or contact lenses, there were lots of ongoing issues. These issues don’t exist anymore!


Pari Vandra, London
So now that I’ve had the surgery, I play a lot of tennis for example, I don’t have to worry about having to wear glasses, glasses falling off. It’s been life changing!


Yasser Ahmad, London
Before I had laser eye surgery, I was very shortsighted. Now that I’ve had the surgery, I find that my life is just so much easier. It doesn’t slow me down.


Dr Anurahda Arasu, London
I wish I’d done it earlier if I had the opportunity to, just to get more of the benefits of it for a longer period of time. It is a life changing thing, really is.


Jeff Tsang, London

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How does it work? It’s simple

What holds our patients back? Time! Use this time to get ahead of the game, so you’re ready for whatever the future will bring

Everyone says “I’ll get to it”, but honestly, how many things do we let get in the way of what we want? The first step is simply to call and request a free video appointment.

Attend your in-person consultation at a time that fits your busy lifestyle. After hours? No problem. We’ll make it work.

Recover your time. Glasses and contact lenses waste valuable time. Remove unnecessary hassle (and cost), and free yourself up to enjoy hobbies and people you love.

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LASIK explained

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LASIK suitability criteria

LASIK can treat a range of prescriptions, including long-sightedness, short-sightedness and astigmatism.

LASIK is ideal for patients who are motivated to be spectacle or contact lens free, and who are looking for the quickest recovery time and minimal discomfort.

Before you can have LASIK, you must first have your eye health thoroughly evaluated. This is to identify certain circumstances where this type of laser surgery would not be suitable. You must also have a stable prescription.

If you participate in contact sports, you will be cautioned on the risk of trauma to the eye.

How LASIK works

LASIK uses two types of lasers. We use the first laser to create a very small ‘flap’ in the surface of the eye.

We then apply the second laser to shape the front surface of the eye to allow images to focus clearly onto the back part of the eye, which is called the retina.

Advantages and disadvantages of LASIK

Advantages of LASIK

  • Quick recovery
  • Minimal discomfort
  • Excellent vision after surgery
  • Independence from glasses and contact lenses
  • Well established and proven technology (20 years+) with long term data available

Disadvantages of LASIK

  • Some patients may not be suitable for it, e.g. those involved with contact sports or with very high prescriptions

LASIK risks

A small minority of patients require further laser enhancement in the future.

There is a small risk of infection in the early stages after treatment which can be resolved with antibiotic drops.

LASIK can cause or worsen dry eye symptoms. This can be managed with simple lubricating eye drops and settles with time.

You may experience glare or halos. This usually settles with time.

Exceptionally rarely, the underlying strength of the surface of the eye (cornea) becomes weakened, which may need further treatment to strengthen it.

LASIK options and alternatives

If you are unsuitable or do not wish to have LASIK you can treat your eye condition with:

  • Glasses or contact lenses
  • Clear lens extraction – a non-laser treatment that involves the removal of the natural lens in the eye
  • Implantable collamer lens (ICL) – a non-laser treatment that involves placing an artificial lens on top of the eyes natural lens

LASIK steps

LASIK is complete in 3 simple steps:

  1. First, we administer anaesthetic eye drops to eliminate any pain. You lie flat on a bed for approximately 10 – 15 minutes, but the actual procedure takes no longer than a few minutes
  2. The first laser is applied to create the flap, and then the second stage laser is used to shape the surface of the eye
  3. You can go home

LASIK results

You will notice the results of LASIK within hours of the treatment.

The recovery is very swift, although the healing process may take a few months to complete.

LASIK is permanent; however, it is important to remember that laser eye surgery does not eliminate the need for reading glasses or cataract surgery later on in life.

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Learn more about laser eye surgery

Educate yourself further by reading the links below

NHS - Laser eye surgery

An overview of laser eye surgery and lens surgery. Click here for more information.

WebMD - LASIK eye surgery

WebMD provides a great general overview of LASIK eye surgery, including the advantages, risks, and more. Click here for more information.

All About Vision - SMILE laser eye surgery

All About Vision provides a comprehensive summary of a popular surgery known as SMILE. Click here for more information.

Healthline - PRK vs. LASIK

If you’ve wanted to compare two of the most popular laser eye treatments, this article should be more than beneficial. Click here for more information.

About the experts

With a combined 55 years of knowledge and experience, Romil and Manek Patel are a formidable force in eye surgery

Mr Manek Patel


Highly respected by his peers and with many years of experience, Manek Patel specialises in LASIK and LASEK laser eye surgery and has given almost 50,000 people freedom from glasses and contact lenses throughout the course of his career.


Mr Romil Patel


Romil is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at Moorfields Eye Hospital London, a leading international eye hospital that provides access to state-of-the-art equipment, expertise and knowledge to solve the most complex patient cases. To compliment his private sector refractive surgery work, Romil also operates in the NHS domain as a cataract surgeon.