NHS: Consultant Eye Surgeons on the GMC Specialist Register
When you choose Exeter Laser Eye Surgeons for your vision correction treatment, you can be totally sure about your choice of surgeon. Both of our surgeons are Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeons on the GMC Specialist Register, and work in the NHS, as well as being highly reputed private practitioners. So you can enjoy total peace of mind.
Unlike many laser eye surgery clinics, whose surgeons practice solely in the private sector, we have the breadth and depth of experience of having performed thousands of intraocular surgery procedures on the NHS, as well as privately.
Our standing and reputation as local NHS eye specialists is another aspect of our practice that sets us apart from many of our competitors. And it allows you to feel safe in the knowledge that you are being treated by trusted practitioners, with a reputation for excellence.
A wealth of NHS eye surgery experience
Our years of experience in the NHS sector mean we are experts not just in laser eye surgery, but in a full range of non-laser vision correction procedures. Where many clinics specialise in just one or two vision correction procedures, at Exeter Laser Eye Surgeons we can offer you a whole spectrum of treatments for vision imperfections, depending on your unique situation and requirements. And we have the knowledge and experience gained through our many years of NHS practice to back this up.
Continued service to the NHS
As part of our commitment to the local area, and to ophthalmology as a whole, both of our surgeons continue to practice eye surgery on the NHS, as well as running their private practice.
Daniel Byles held the respected position of Lead Clinician at the West of England Eye Unit for over four years, and Tony Quinn served as the Head of the School of Ophthalmology in the NHS South West Peninsula Deanery from 2009 to 2013.
Both surgeons currently hold positions at the West of England Eye Unit, Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital, and are very highly regarded by other practitioners locally, as both NHS and private eye specialists.