In this post, we provide advice on how to keep your eyes healthy whilst you continue to wear your contact lens during the coronavirus outbreak. Taking care of your eyes is even more important now, particularly as access to eye care may be limited.
As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, the Laser Vision Eye Centre medical team would like to give you some advice on how to avoid catching, spreading and dealing with this viral infection. We’d also like to inform you that in conjunction with Nuffield Health, we have decided to temporarily suspend all eye-related clinical and surgical activities.
Astigmatism is a common eye condition. It is usually caused by the presence of a non-uniform shape to the cornea or the development of abnormalities in the natural lens inside your eye.
SMILE, not smile, is the latest, safest and most advanced procedure for laser vision correctness. Laser Vision Eye Centre was the first eye clinic to administer it in the South of the UK.
Contact lens wear is very safe and safer than ever. However, most contact lens wearers may be unaware of the small risks associated with their use until they develop contact lens intolerance or corneal ulceration.
Laser Vision Correction is the world’s safest and most commonly performed procedure. It can eliminate the need for spectacles or contact lenses, whether your prescription is short-sightedness (myopia), long-sightedness (hypermetropia) or astigmatism.
One of the most common conditions we treat at Laser Vision Eye Centre is short-sightedness, medically known as myopia. It is currently the most common eye condition in the world.