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Vision Correction London

Mr Ali Mearza

Laser vision correction is a truly life changing experience. Escaping from the daily burden of glasses and contact lenses gives you a new lease of life. With the advancement of modern laser technology, the procedure is now one of the safest procedures you can have and the most common elective surgical procedure performed worldwide.

 

The cornea (front window of the eye) is effectively moulded to correct the prescription with precise lasers that ablate tissue with micrometer accuracy. The surgery typically takes around 10 minutes and the visual recovery is very quick with the vast majority of patients achieving 20/20 vision or better the day after surgery. Studies now show that this vision is maintained 20 years on from the date of original surgery.

First Steps

As one of London’s leading eye surgeons, Mr Mearza has a reputation for attention to detail and meticulous surgical technique. This combined with state of the art technology allows him to deliver phenomenal results for the thousands of patients he has treated.

Mr Mearza has one of the highest TrustPilot scores for laser eye surgery in the country. Mr Mearza’s Laser results are amongst the best in the world.
He performs LASIK, the most common method of vision correction with a combination of the Wavelight Allegretto Laser and the Ziemer LDV Femtosecond laser- two of the most advanced lasers on the market.
He published the first ever case series of LASIK using this combination of lasers and 100% of his patients achieved a binocular vision of 20/20* ranking amongst the best figures ever reported.

More About LASEK

In this procedure, a flap of superficial cornea is made by a special device known as femtosecond laser. The flap is reflected and laser applied to the underlying residual cornea.Once the treatment has ended, the flap is folded back and smoothed into its original position. This is the most commonly used method and allows for fast visual rehabilitation.

In this procedure, a flap of superficial cornea is made by a special device known as femtosecond laser. The flap is reflected and laser applied to the underlying residual cornea.Once the treatment has ended, the flap is folded back and smoothed into its original position. This is the most commonly used method and allows for fast visual rehabilatation.

In this procedure, a flap of superficial cornea is made by a special device known as femtosecond laser. The flap is reflected and laser applied to the underlying residual cornea.Once the treatment has ended, the flap is folded back and smoothed into its original position. This is the most commonly used method and allows for fast visual rehabilitation.

In this procedure, a flap of superficial cornea is made by a special device known as femtosecond laser. The flap is reflected and laser applied to the underlying residual cornea.Once the treatment has ended, the flap is folded back and smoothed into its original position. This is the most commonly used method and allows for fast visual rehabilatation.

In this procedure, a flap of superficial cornea is made by a special device known as femtosecond laser. The flap is reflected and laser applied to the underlying residual cornea.Once the treatment has ended, the flap is folded back and smoothed into its original position. This is the most commonly used method and allows for fast visual rehabilitation.

In this procedure, a flap of superficial cornea is made by a special device known as femtosecond laser. The flap is reflected and laser applied to the underlying residual cornea.Once the treatment has ended, the flap is folded back and smoothed into its original position. This is the most commonly used method and allows for fast visual rehabilatation.

In this procedure, a flap of superficial cornea is made by a special device known as femtosecond laser. The flap is reflected and laser applied to the underlying residual cornea.Once the treatment has ended, the flap is folded back and smoothed into its original position. This is the most commonly used method and allows for fast visual rehabilitation.

In this procedure, a flap of superficial cornea is made by a special device known as femtosecond laser. The flap is reflected and laser applied to the underlying residual cornea.Once the treatment has ended, the flap is folded back and smoothed into its original position. This is the most commonly used method and allows for fast visual rehabilatation.

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The Team

When you decide to embark on your eye surgery journey you’ll always be looked after at Vision Correction London. We have a superb team of admin and clinical staff who will guide you through the process and make you feel at ease.

Technology

No stone is left unturned when it comes to the technology we choose for our treatments. Only after exhaustive research and trials do we select the lasers, scanning and diagnostic equipment used on our patients.

Aftercare

With a comprehensive aftercare package you’ll be confident that post surgery you will always be looked after. Our team always ensure that you feel comfortable after treatment and have all the necessary information at your disposal to enjoy an easy recovery period. We are always on hand to help.

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