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A blepharoplasty is an operation to make your eyelids appear younger and may improve your vision. You should consider the options carefully and have realistic expectations about the results.
Cataracts are a common problem, affecting around half of all people over 65. The progressive clouding of the lens can impair your eyesight and get worse over time. If failing sight is affecting your work, hobbies or well-being, Our expert ophthalmologists can operate to replace the cloudy lens and restore vision within days.
Disease of the cornea is a common problem that causes the transparent outer layer of the front of your eye to become less clear. If other treatments do not help, a corneal transplant can be performed to improve your vision.
The London Clinic eye centre provides laser treatment, which shrinks the new, fragile blood vessels that develop as a result of diabetic retinopathy.
DCR surgery is done to treat a watery, sticky eye caused by narrowing or blockage of the tear drainage tubes, which run from the inner corner of the eye into the tear sac and then down into the nose.
The London Clinic offers a range of tests to detect eye cancer quickly and efficiently. A fixed-price package for this treatment is available from £1475
Fluorescein angiography is an important technique used when first diagnosing eye diseases that affect the retina. It is routinely used to diagnose age-related macular degeneration (AMD), retinal vein occlusion (RVO) and diabetic macular oedema (DME).
Glaucoma is a common problem, causing damage to the optic nerve where it leaves your eye. If eye drops do not help enough, glaucoma surgery can be performed to reduce the risk of further damage to the optic nerve. An All-Inclusive Package for this treatment is available from £3,445.
We can treat wet AMD very effectively now, providing that we catch it at an early stage. Patients who develop wet AMD always do so after showing signs of dry AMD and regular monitoring to detect progression is essential. Vision can then be preserved in many cases using intravitreal injections of Lucentis® or Avastin®. Treatments need to be repeated every month for maximum benefit, but can be continued over several years as necessary.
Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is an important diagnostic tool in ophthalmology. The London Clinic Eye Centre has the latest, most sophisticated optical coherence tomography system, the Heidelberg Spectralis. The major application of optical coherence tomography is for diagnosing and monitoring retinal disease. It is completely non-invasive; there are no probes or needles and examination by an OCT machine is not at all uncomfortable.
Refractive lens exchange is offered by The London Clinic as an alternative to laser eye surgery for patients who are not suitable for LASEK/PRK or LASIK, or for people who need eyesight correction and who are already starting to form cataracts.
A retinal detachment is a common problem where the inner layer at the back of your eye peels off. Retinal detachment surgery should prevent your vision from getting worse.
Strabismus surgery should make your eyes point in the same direction and improve any double vision.
Treatment options include: punctal plugs; punctoplasty (surgery to enlarge the tear puncta); dacryocystorhinostomy (an operation to create a new channel for tears).

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General enquiries: 020 7935 4444 Appointments: 020 7616 7693 Self-Pay: 020 3219 3315

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Concierge service: 020 3219 3323International office: 020 3219 3266Invoice and payment enquiries: 020 7616 7708Press office 020 7616 7676

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