Can I have Laser Eye Surgery?
The answer to that question in most cases is: ‘yes, you can!’ Because of the innovative technology behind Z-LASIK, most people are now suitable candidates for laser eye surgery.
Even if you were turned down in the past – perhaps because of a severe glasses prescription, astigmatism or thin corneas – you may now be able to enjoy the benefits of clearer vision without glasses or contacts, thanks to Z-LASIK laser eye surgery.
Are you suitable for laser eye surgery?
To be suitable for laser eye surgery, there are a few basic health and age requirements you must meet. You should:
- Be in good general health
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Have had a stable glasses prescription for at least 2 years
- Have no history of eye injuries or diseases
Get a laser eye surgery suitability assessment
If you’re feeling a little overwhelmed by all the different types of laser eye surgery available, don’t worry. Come in and see us for a full laser eye surgery suitability assessment. Your initial consultation costs £340.00. You’ll be able to talk to a real surgeon – not just a technician or sales staff – about all the options available, and which is best for you.
We’ll only ever recommend the best treatment for you
At your suitability assessment, your surgeon will carefully measure your eyes, and tell you if you’re a suitable candidate for Z-LASIK, or another procedure, such as LASEK. Because our surgeons are experts in a range of laser and non-laser vision correction treatments, they’ll only ever recommend the treatment that’s best for you and your eyes.
Take as much time as you need
Having laser eye surgery is not a decision that should be rushed. You should take all the time you need to make an informed decision, and we’re here to help you do that. We want you to feel fully informed, and we’ll never rush you, or force you into a decision.
After your suitability assessment, you can go home and consider your options, speak to friends, family and other patients, book a further consultation or go ahead and book your surgery. It’s entirely up to you.