Accuvision Laser Eye Clinics
Accuvision, having operated in the field of refractive surgery for the last three decades, possess a wealth of experience with regards to the treatment of eyes. Furthermore, Accuvision is founded upon a century of history in the area of optometry, including the development of new technologies and techniques.
Accuvision work in conjunction with Alcon, one of the world's foremost suppliers of laser eye surgery equipment, and the Alcon WaveLight brand of laser is available at every branch to ensure that patients receive first class treatment through the use of cutting edge technology. Accuvision also employ a team of highly experienced laser eye surgeons to ensure patients' needs are met.
Accuvision currently operate five branches around the UK, so you are never too far away from receiving first class treatment.
Accuvision's London branch is based on New Kings Road, Fulham, a short distance from Parsons Green tube station (District Line). The branch is managed by a team of senior optometrists, and employs the use of the Alcon WaveLight EX500 excimer laser, currently the fastest of its type in the world. For international visitors, you can visit London via Heathrow, Stansted, Luton and London City Airports, or via Eurotunnel.
The Accuvision Birmingham branch has been based in the West Midlands town of Solihull since 2005, and their team of professional optometrists will ensure you receive a high standard of care, with a suite of various treatments available. The Birmingham branch uses the Alcon WaveLight Allegretto Eye-Q 400hz excimer laser, one of the fastest and precise lasers for eye surgery available. The branch is close to the A41, accessible from the M42. For international visitors, the branch is close to Birmingham International Airport.
The Accuvision Leeds branch is based in the Yorkshire town of Wetherby, situated between Leeds, Harrogate and York, and served by the A1. The Leeds branch is the newest of Accuvision's clinics that provides eye surgery and like Birmingham, also employs the use of the Alcon WaveLight Allegretto laser. International visitors can fly to Leeds Bradford International Airport to access the branch.
As well as three locations providing high quality eye surgery for a variety of conditions, Accuvision also operate two branches in Bristol and Newcastle upon Tyne to provide customers with initial consultations and aftercare.
Across all locations, Accuvision are able to provide clients with an initial no obligation consultation to discuss their condition, the various treatments that Accuvision are able to provide, and how much the treatment will cost. Consultations are usually free of charge. If you visit Accuvision's Bristol or Newcastle branches, you will be referred to either London, Birmingham or Leeds for treatment, and will return for continuing aftercare.
A suite of various treatments are available. Accuvision are able to offer treatments for conditions such as Hyperopia (long sightedness), Myopia (short sightedness), Astigmatism, Presbyopia, Keratoconus, Amblyopia (lazy eye) and Cataracts. Accuvision are able to offer treatments with LASIK, Trans-epithelial surface treatment or Trans-epi and more information about the techniques used can be provided in your consultation.
With a wealth of experience, you are in safe hands with the team of qualified and experienced optometrists who work for Accuvision. A couple of people noted for their work in the field are as follows:
- Chad Rostron is a Medical Director for Accuvision, as well as a consultant ophthalmologist at Moorfields Eye Hospital. Mr Rostron has been recently noted for his work in the development of treatments for Keratoconus.
- Simon Falk is a locally based optometrist with several years of experience, having co-managed with Accuvision for over five years. He brings the expertise of their flagship London clinic to their newest clinic in Wetherby, Yorkshire.