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LASIK Eye Surgery on Harley St.

From £1,199 per eye.

Laser eye surgery corrects poor vision, giving you freedom from your glasses and contact lenses, so you can live your life to the fullest.

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What is Lasik eye surgery?

Lasik eye surgery can help you see better, so you don’t have to wear glasses or contacts anymore. This lets you live your life to the best.

It’s a very easy process that can take anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes, based on how much editing needs to be done. It can fix both short- and long-sightedness, as well as astigmatism.

A cool beam advanced laser makes small changes to the shape of the surface of your eye (the cornea) to smooth out tiny flaws and improve your vision. Patients are surprised by how quickly they get better and how soon they can live without glasses or contacts.

Am I Suitable For Lasik Eye Surgery?​

As 85% of people who come to Harley Vision for a consultation are suitable for a procedure, it’s very likely that you will be too. Why not try using one of our suitability tools to get a quick initial indication?​

We Use World Class Technology

Our expert surgeons use the same technology that led NASA to approve laser eye surgery for its astronauts. We use advanced femtosecond and excimer lasers, which are incredibly precise and accurate so that we can provide our patients with their very best results.

Is There More Than One Type Of Laser Eye Surgery?

Yes, LASIK and LASEK (also called PRK) are the two most common and well-known types of laser eye surgery.


LASIK is our most popular type of laser eye surgery and offers benefits including a fast recovery and excellent visual outcomes.


LASEK is an alternative treatment to LASIK and is effective for some of those patients who aren’t suitable for LASIK surgery.


Don’t put up with discomfort any longer; call us now to take advantage of our expertise in treating severe corneal disorders and cataracts.

How is Lasik Eye Surgery Performed?

Step 1

The procedure begins with anaesthetic eye drops being applied, which quickly numbs the eye.

Step 2

The laser works in a matter of seconds, sending pulses of laser beams onto your cornea to reshape any imperfections.

Step 3

Most patients experience improved vision within a few days, though full recovery can take up to a week.

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7 Reasons To Choose The Harley Vision Clinic

Highly Specialist Care

AI is utilised where possible to complement highly specialist care

State-of-the-Art diagnostic device

State-of-the-Art diagnostic devices to ensure the assessment is as accurate and comprehensive as possible

Highly Advanced

Highly advanced new technology to deliver world class treatments, without compromising to cut costs

Ophthalmology textbook author

Principal Eye Surgeon is an author on leading research papers and an ophthalmology textbook author & pioneer

Award Wining Consultant Ophthalmologists

Who regularly deal with complex cornea and cataract conditions at the Western Eye Hospital, Imperial College Hospitals NHS Trust

Highest board of certification

Our London eye surgeons have highest board of certification for ophthalmology in the UK (FRCOphth), Canada (FRCSC) and Europe (FEBO)

Consultant led clinic

Clinic led by a consultant eye surgeon who is multi-fellowship trained in world renowned eye hospitals in the UK & North America

How Much Does Lasik Eye Surgery Cost?

The eyes of each person are different, and so is their Lasik eye surgery. First, we need to meet with you for a consultation so that we can figure out what your treatment needs are.

In the last few years, improvements in technology have made this truly amazing change in vision possible for almost everyone who is suitable for treatment.

It’s also important to remember that correcting your vision could save you money in the long run because you won’t have to keep buying glasses or contacts.


£1,199 / per eye

Aftercare & Recovery

Our full aftercare plan begins on the day of your Lasik eye surgery and is tailored to your specific needs. We keep an eye on your progress to make sure that your healing is going as it should.

All of our patients can also call our after-hours medical service, where an expert optometrist or surgeon can answer any questions about your vision or eye health after laser eye surgery.

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Around the world, more than 50 million people have had laser eye surgery. At Harley Vision all consultations are done by our award winning eye doctors and surgeons completely free of charge because your Vision is Our Mission. UK laser eye surgery has a very good safety record and at Harley Vision our eye surgeons have some of the lowest complication rates in the world.

Why Choose Us?

We combine world-leading clinical expertise with most cutting-edge technology in eye care. Artificial intelligence (AI) is utilised where possible to optimise treatment outcomes. Most importantly, ethical and patient-centred focus is at the heart of the care we provide. Mr Mukhtar Bizrah is an expert in advanced corneal diseases and cataracts. His clinical interests include cataract and refractive surgeries, cornea transplants (partial and full thickness), pterygium surgery and advanced cornea diseases. He is interested in complex cornea and cataract disorders, and provides second opinions on such cases.

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