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LASEK Eye Surgery

 

Eye Surgery

LASEK

LASEK surgery, a variation of the traditional LASIK procedure, offers a tailored approach to vision correction for individuals with specific corneal characteristics. This advanced surgical technique combines the precision of laser technology with a specialized method of corneal surface treatment, providing an effective solution for those seeking to improve their vision without compromising safety or accuracy.

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Key Benefits of LASEK Surgery

Suitable for individuals with thinner corneas and mild to moderate vision issues. Recommended for patients with occupations/hobbies that pose a risk to a LASIK flap. During treatment the epithelium is loosened with alcohol solution and removed. Laser is then used to reshape the cornea and epithelium is replaced. Lasek requires a slightly longer healing and might involve the use of protective contact lens.

We’ve performed hundreds of thousands LASEK procedures since 2004.

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Costs

How much does LASEK eye surgery cost?

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We don't vary our laser eye surgery prices according to prescription. Our treatment costs for short sight, long sight and astigmatism are fixed.

We understand that it’s a big decision to undergo a procedure such as this and there are many factors to consider. That’s why we’ve tried to keep things as simple as possible by fixing our laser eye surgery costs, regardless of your prescription and whether you opt for LASIK or LASEK.

Our LASEK eye surgery price is £1,995 per eye.

Paying for laser eye surgery on finance

We provide the option for you to pay for your laser eye surgery on finance* and spread the expense. The table below shows how your costs are calculated, depending on the length of your repayment plan:

Payment Plans 10 Months 12 Months 24 Months 36 Months 48 Months
Deposit (per eye) £250 £250 £250 £250 £250
Monthly Cost (per eye)** £174.50 - 0% APR £145.41 - 0% APR £72.70 - 0% APR £58.12 - 12.9% APR £46.12 - 12.9% APR
Representative Examples

£72.70 per month per eye over 24 months. APR 0% representative. Total repayment amount per eye £1,995 – includes deposit (£250). £46.12 per month per eye over 48 months. APR 12.9% representative. Total repayment amount per eye £2,463.81 – includes deposit (£250).

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Suitability

Is LASEK Surgery right for me?

Our LASEK eye surgery procedure can be used to correct a number of issues, so if you rely on glasses or contact lenses in order to see clearly, you could be eligible for treatment. Patients tend to be more suitable for laser eye treatment if they are under 45, but please note that you must be at least 18 years of age to be classed as eligible.

Use our Suitability Tool to find out if you are fit for treatment.

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Key Differences

LASIK vs LASEK

LASIK and LASEK are both advanced surgical procedures designed to correct refractive errors and improve vision clarity, but they differ in their approach and suitability for certain individuals. LASIK involves creating a flap on the corneal surface before reshaping the underlying tissue with a laser, making it ideal for individuals with stable vision prescriptions and sufficient corneal thickness. On the other hand, LASEK is a flapless procedure that gently loosens the outermost layer of the cornea (epithelium) before reshaping the underlying tissue, making it suitable for those with thinner corneas or specific corneal irregularities.

While LASIK offers rapid visual recovery and is well-suited for individuals with moderate to high levels of myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism, LASEK boasts a higher safety profile and is preferred for patients with unique corneal characteristics. Ultimately, the choice between LASIK and LASEK depends on individual factors such as corneal thickness, refractive error, and personal preferences, and should be discussed with a qualified ophthalmologist to determine the most suitable option for vision correction.

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