Mr Paul Rosen FRCS FRCOphth -
Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon
Mr Rhodri Daniel FRCS FRCOphth DO -
Our Consultants, trained at Moorfields Eye Hospital,
are able to offer all types of refractive surgery, using the most up to date equipment & technology available on the market
Mr Paul Rosen - a leading, highly skilled and experienced
surgeon - carries out the refractive surgery in our practice and performs
hundreds of such procedures each year. He is also an expert in
cataract surgery with a special interest in vitreoretinal/trauma surgery.
/ LASEK / PRK / Implantable Contact Lenses / Clear Lens Surgery
Consultations are held in London and Oxford.
We can provide solutions to most forms of eyesight correction and offer
laser refractive surgery with a major emphasis on
technology for myopia (short-sight), hyperopia (long-sight) and astigmatism.
and Paul Rosen
accredited Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeons within the National Health Service. They have
established reputations in their fields of expertise as well as running
successful independent private practices.
Meet our Surgeons -
Advances in lens technology means that we are
now able to offer
PRELEX to presbyopic patients. This is a
surgical procedure to replace the natural lens of your eye with a
multi-focal or accommodative lens. Read about the
We can help you identify the
most appropriate form of vision correction for you, taking into account your
eyes and your lifestyle, with the option of LASIK, LASEK, PRK, Implantable
Contact Lenses, PRELEX, or one of the many other procedures
Improved outcome and clarity of
Robodog helps blind shoppers
ROBOTS to guide visually
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becoming reality. Read
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you a suitable candidate for
LASIK is now the procedure of
offering fresh hope to the millions of
people with poor eye sight who need to wear glasses or contact lenses.
Successful LASIK provides rapid
improvement in unaided vision with little pain or discomfort.
Surgeons are now able to measure
and treat a broad range of visual disorders,
technology to accurately map out a path for the laser, resulting in
improved outcome and clarity of vision.
Probably the commonest
method of corneal refractive surgery performed worldwide today is
The information contained in this website is intended as a
useful guide only. It should not be used as a substitute for a
consultation with an Ophthalmologist and individual patient's eye care needs
must be assessed by a qualified professional.
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