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Laser eye surgery consultation and prices

Are you ready to take the first step towards better vision?

You don’t need a GP or optician referral to be seen privately by an ophthalmologist, you can refer yourself. Call us directly on 0800 820 2080 and make an appointment whenever you like, or use the form below.

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Alternatively, if you’ve been referred to us by a healthcare professional, we’ll make an appointment with you once we’ve received your referral letter.
Laser vision surgery pricing

Your appointment

If you’re contemplating having cataract surgery, vision correction lens surgery or laser eye surgery, we will need to perform some diagnostic tests to find out if you’re suitable for treatment. You can be seen in our Glasgow, Edinburgh or Stirling clinics.
To get the most accurate results, it’s important contact lens wearers have a minimum period of time without wearing lenses prior to the appointment. Here is how long you should leave your contact lenses out for:
• Soft lenses: 1 week
• Soft toric or extended wear: 10 days
• Gas permeable lenses: 2 weeks
If you’re unsure how long to leave your contact lenses out for, we’ll be happy to discuss this when you book your appointment.
Your initial appointment and assessment is all about getting to know you, your situation and your hopes and expectations. This can take up to two hours. You need not feel at all anxious about coming into our hospital – we’re here to help you and to answer all your questions.
All our tests are painless and non-invasive, and you’re not under any obligation at any stage to undergo treatment. We’ll never ask you to make a deposit committing you to treatment.
By the end of your consultation with our eye surgeon, you’ll understand your treatment options and may even have chosen a date for your treatment.
You’ll be provided with our written contact details and a consent information sheet, which you are asked to look through in your own time to make sure you understand the risks as well as the benefits of treatment.

Your payment options

If you do decide to go ahead with treatment, we can discuss your payment options – including our 0% finance option.
If you have a private medical insurance policy, your treatment may be covered in part or in full by your insurer. We recommend you contact your insurer prior to attending your appointment to check the level of cover offered. If an insurer does provide support, they’ll often ask for a treatment code (for example the code for cataract surgery is C7122).
You can see a full break down of the costs of eye surgery on our pricing page.


We’re here to help and offer any advice you need. If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment with one of our consultants, do get in touch.