Our world-renowned surgeons David & Aris personally perform all of our procedures. They’ve performed thousands of eye surgeries and are widely considered among the best laser eye surgeons in the UK.
Mr David Anderson and Mr Aris Konstantopoulos are UK trained NHS Consultant Ophthalmologists who specialise in the treatment of corneal conditions, performing corneal transplantation’s, refractive procedures and cataract surgery on a regular basis. At Laser Vision Eye Centre they provide premium quality Laser Vision Correction through a surgeon delivered service. Unlike other laser surgery providers, your surgeons will assess you before surgery, perform your surgery and then review you after your surgery.
With over forty years combined experience, Aris and David are nationally and internationally recognised specialist corneal surgeons. Trained in advanced corneal surgery and refractive surgery, they also run the corneal fellowship programme at University Hospital Southampton NHS Trust, training future consultants. Actively involved in research, they are continually researching and paving the way for the future in treatment of corneal conditions and vision correction. In addition, they have broad range of general ophthalmic skills; so you can be reassured that in the very rare event of a complication, you will receive the highest quality care.
Laser Vision Eye Centre brings together expert refractive surgeons, state of the art facilities and the best technology, offering life-changing vision that is both safe and affordable.
David Anderson has been a practicing Ophthalmologist for over 25 years. He is an internationally recognised expert in laser vision correction, corneal transplantation and corneal and cataract surgery. He specializes in the treatment of patients with complex corneal and refractive conditions.
David qualified from St Thomas’s Hospital in 1989, completing a period of specialist undergraduate training at Harvard Medical School in Boston. After early positions in London he completed his higher surgical training in Southampton leading to his inclusion on the specialist register of Ophthalmic Surgeons.
He trained specifically in laser, corneal and cataract surgery at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London and was a Consultant there before returning to Southampton to lead the corneal service in 2003. He was one of the first surgeons to perform wavefront-guided treatments and is widely published and cited.
David has taught and led the Fellowship programme at Southampton for 10 years as well as teaching surgeons internationally in wavefront-guided laser techniques. He is head of cataract surgery at University Hospital Southampton, Hon, Senior lecturer at University of Southampton and regularly publishes and presents research findings at national and international ophthalmology conferences. He examines Ophthalmologists internationally for the European Board of Ophthalmology and has advised both NICE and NIHR.
David lives locally and enjoys spending time with his wife and children, playing and watching sports and enjoying the arts and travel.
Mr Aris Konstantopoulos is a Consultant Eye Surgeon at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, where he specialises in treatments of the cornea, corneal surgery and cataract surgery.
Aris graduated from the University of Glasgow in 1999 and completed his core ophthalmology training in hospitals of the Oxford and Wessex Deaneries. This was followed by 2 years of advanced training on ‘Cornea and external eye disease’ at University Hospital Southampton.
Appreciating the importance of ophthalmic imaging in improving the diagnosis and treatment of conditions of the cornea, Aris then carried out novel research on imaging of the cornea with optical coherence tomography at the University of Southampton. His research led to the award of a PhD degree.
Following this, Aris subspecialised further by carrying out a ‘Fellowship in Cornea and Refractive surgery’ at the Singapore National Eye Centre and Singapore Eye Research Institute, one of the most prestigious and influential eye institutions in the world. He was taught refractive surgery by pioneers of Laser Vision Correction and SMILE, including Professors Donald Tan and Jod Mehta, and conducted research on new applications of femtosecond lasers. Aris remains an honorary research fellow at the Singapore Eye Research Institute. He currently lectures on Vision Sciences at the University of Portsmouth.
Aris lives with his wife and son by the water on the south coast and relaxes in the sun playing with his son.
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