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Refractive Lens Surgery

Looking for 20/20 vision?

Refractive lens surgery, or Refractive Lens exchange as it is also known, has a number of options depending on your suitability. It is especially suitable if your consultant has said you are not suitable for laser eye surgery.

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Benefits of Refractive Lens Surgery

  • No need to wear glasses or contact lenses
  • Eliminates the need for Cataract surgery later in life
  • A replacement for your natural eye and is designed to last the rest of your life
  • Greater clarity of vision
  • Sharper focus at multiple distances

Patient Information

Download the Laser Vision Correction patient information leaflet, prepared by the Royal College of Ophthalmologists to help educate and inform patients considering Vision Correction Surgery.


Refractive Lens Surgery Procedures/Techniques

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Refractive Lens Exchange

Refractive Lens surgery, also known as lens replacement swaps your eyes clear natural lens with an intraocular lens to correct any refractive errors. Alternatively Refractive lenses can be used to create monovision. 95% of patients are glasses free following lens surgery.

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Our highly-qualified medical team includes some of the most talented & highly regarded NHS Ophthalmic Consultants working in the UK today, all of whom are on the Specialist Register of the General Medical Council (GMC).

Implantable Contact Lens

If you have been told you that you’re unsuitable for laser surgery but you still wish to get rid of your glasses or contact lenses, we can offer the option of internal contact lenses. This option lets you keep your own natural lens and adds an internal contact lens on top

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This is another option available to patients at iSIGHT. It is a procedure used to treat distance vision and presbyopia (which affects our inability to focus on near vision, such as reading a book, sewing, using the computer. Presbyopia usually happens around the mid 40’s).

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Excellence In Eyecare.

Our patients tell us it’s the little things that make a big difference following vision correction surgery, like being able to read their mobile phone, being able to swim without their glasses or being able to “identify their son on the rugby pitch”.

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Drayton House, 2 Lulworth Road

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Drayton House, 2 Lulworth Road,
Southport, PR8 2AT