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Tired of wearing prescription glasses? Fed up with contact lenses?

People opt for laser eye surgery for many reasons. It can be a life-enhancing procedure, often offering freedom from the hassle of wearing and maintaining glasses or contact lenses.

At Laser Vision we have a long track record of providing affordable, bespoke laser eye surgery in Dublin.

Our senior consultant, John Fenton, is a top ophthalmic surgeon, having performed over 10,000 refractive procedures, and can offer the best advice and treatment to suit your needs.

We operate a patient centred practise and believe that a patient who is fully informed is a relaxed, responsive patient, which is why we listen to you and take the time to answer your questions. Call us now on 01 667 4778

Reasons For Laser Eye Surgery

These are the three most popular reasons we encounter at our Dublin clinic for choosing laser eye surgery.

Sport

The number one reason given at our clinic is convenience for sport, especially for contact sports and swimming. Glasses and contact sports don’t mix, and contact lenses can become dislodged in the eye during activity or cause irritation. Those who wish to stay active by going to the gym, running, swimming or doing yoga can also find glasses very inconvenient.

Convenience

Freedom from the ongoing maintenance of glasses and contact lenses is reason enough for some people to opt for laser eye surgery, and is the second most popular reason given at our practice. Freedom from the daily hassle of putting in contact lenses or keeping glasses clean, dry and fog free is sufficient incentive for many patients.

Self Esteem

Many people enjoy a big boost in confidence following laser eye surgery, feeling that their appearance is enhanced by freedom from glasses. While no one should be ashamed or embarrassed to wear glasses, many patients give cosmetic appearance as their primary reason for choosing laser eye surgery and feel that it will improve their overall self esteem.

Prescriptions We Treat

The alternative to laser eye surgery correction is glasses or contact lenses to correct the vision.

Myopia up to -10 D

Myopia (short-sightedness) is estimated to affect 20% of the population.

Myopia is a condition of the eye where light focuses in front of, rather than onto, the retina, causing distant objects to seem blurry while closer objects appear normal.

Other symptoms can include headaches and eye strain.

The treatment options for myopia depend on a variety of factors including your age, your prescription and your requirements.

Treatment options include:
  • Lasik
  • Lasek
  • Refractive lens exchange
  • Implantable contact lenses

Hyperopia up to +6 D

Hyperopia (long-sightedness) is a condition in which light is focused behind, rather than onto, the retina.This results in close objects appearing blurry while objects further away may appear normal. As the condition worsens, objects at all distances may be blurry.

Other symptoms may include headaches and eye strain.

Treatment options include:
  • Lasik
  • Lasek
  • Refractive lens exchange
  • Implantable contact lenses

Astigmatism up to 6 D

Astigmatism is a type of reactive error in which the eye does not focus light evenly onto the retina, resulting in distorted or blurred vision at all distances.

This is caused by an irregular curvature of the cornea, or abnormalities in the sense of the eye.

Other symptoms may include eye strain, headaches and difficulties when driving at night.

The treatment options for astigmatism depend on several factors including your age, your prescription and your requirements.

Treatment options include:
  • Lasik
  • Lasek
  • Refractive lens exchange
  • Implantable contact lenses

Presbyopia up to 3 D

Presbyopia is a progressively worsening ability to focus on objects in close range, such as difficulty reading small print.

The condition is caused by the hardening of the lens of the eye, which causes the eye to focus light behind, rather than onto, the retina when looking at objects in close range. Presbyopia is common in people from the age of 45 upwards.

Treatment options for presbyopia must be personalised to achieve the best results. Options include:
  • Laser Eye Surgery with Blended Vision
  • Corneal Inlay
  • Refractive Lens Exchange
  • Implantable Contact Lenses

About Us

Welcome To Laservision

People opt for laser eye surgery for many reasons. It can be a life-enhancing procedure, often offering freedom from the hassle of wearing and maintaining glasses or contact lenses.

At Laser Vision we have a long track record of providing affordable, bespoke laser eye surgery in Dublin.

Our senior consultant, John Fenton, is a top ophthalmic surgeon, having performed over 10,000 refractive procedures, and can offer the best advice and treatment to suit your needs.

We are a patient-centred practice and believe that a fully informed patient is a relaxed, responsive patient. This is why we prioritise listening to our patients and taking the time to answer any questions you may have about your vision,surgery or medical advice.

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Health & Safety At LaserVision

LaserVision is dedicated to providing the best of technologies to ensure the safety

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Pricing And Finance

Wavefront Lasek/Lasik -no hidden extra costs, no pricing by prescription

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Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a disease which results in progressive damage to the optic nerve.

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Laservision Procedure

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State Of The Art Technology

We are using advanced Visx Wavefront technology to provide you with the most accurate and trusted laser procedures.

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Consultant Led Service

At Laser Vision, our team of expert surgeons have performed over 30,000 laser procedures.

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    LASER TREATMENTS

    The cost of bilateral laser treatment is €3,990 (€1,995 per eye). All Patients can claim 20% tax relief (up to €800 rebate) on out-of-pocket medical expenses (MED1).

    Patients with private health insurance such as VHI, LAYA, IRISH LIFE, GLOHEALTH might be entitled to claim certain consultancy fees for general ophthalmic examinations or claim a reduction in the cost of certain ophthalmic procedures depending on the treatments chosen.

    Either contact the reception 01-6674778 to clarify or call your individual insurance companies.

    Our state of the art Visx laser platform in LaserVision Dublin has corrected the vision of over 14,000 Irish patients

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