Sussex Eye Laser Clinic


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Specialized in lens and cornea based refractive surgeries, Cataract Surgeries, Corneal crosslinking, Yag laser Capsulotomy , Implantable contact lenses , IPL for dry eyes, Corneal transplants and much more.

Laser Refractive Eye Surgery

Discover The Joys Of Laser Eye Surgery

Eliminate issues with short- and long-sightedness or astigmatism with laser eye surgery. We provide LASIKTransepithelial PRK, and LASEK Eye surgery, using a latest top of the class laser to remodel the cornea and treat any outstanding sight issues. Explore the different types of treatment available and contact us for more information.

LASIK Eye Surgery

With LASIK Eye Surgery, (Laser-Assisted In-situ Keratomileusis) a flap is created on the front of your cornea before an excimer laser is used to remodel the cornea beneath, before re-positioning the flap.

LASEK Eye Surgery

LASEK (Laser-Assisted Sub-Epithelial Keratomileusis) is a procedure in which only the epithelial cells in the front of your cornea are loosened and moved to one side. Then, the excimer is applied to remodel your cornea. Following the laser ablation, the loosened epithelial cell layer is then re-positioned on the surface of your cornea.

Transepithelial PRK Surgery

The first type of laser eye surgery for vision correction, Transepithelial PRK (Photorefractive Keratectomy) surgery involves completely removing the front epithelial cell layer of your cornea with alcohol before excimer laser ablation. With the latest one stop Transepithelial epithelial treatment, it automatically removes the front epithelial cell layer before excimer laser ablation to give faster recovery.

Topography Guided PRK/LASEK Surgery

The type of laser eye surgery for vision correction involves capturing the shape (topography) of your cornea and applying customized ablation to our cornea based on the shape of your cornea.

PTK (Phototherapeutic Keratectomy)

PTK (Phototherapeutic Keratectomy) involves completely removing the front epithelial cell layer of your cornea with the use of Excimer laser to regularize the corneal surface following corneal scarring, recurrent corneal erosions and surface irregularities.

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Contact us now to enquire about LASIK, LASEK or Tranepithelial-PRK and other laser eye surgeries available at my clinic.


Consultation price including scans: £350
Wavefront Optimized treatment: From £2450/eye
Complex prescription treatment: From £2950/eye
Photo thearapeutic keratectomy (PTK): From £1950/eye
  • The above price is representative of standard treatment. The prices may vary for very high prescription.
  • Included in this price: Follow ups up to 1 year. Additional top up LASEK/PRK within 12 months if needed
  • Cost of medications/eye drops for the first 6 weeks
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Trust the Renowned Specialist - The Best Laser Refractive Eye Surgery

A life free of Glasses is simply a life worth living. The best laser refractive eye surgery at Sussex Eye Clinic has a combined expertise of years and world-class technology and has conducted a vast number of refractive eye surgeries with various successful ophthalmic procedures. If you are looking to consider the best refractive eye surgery specialist nearby with the best packages, Sussex Eye Care Clinic can be the best option.

We offer the services of the finest refractive eye surgery and transepithelial PRK surgery specialists. Our skilled surgeon distinguishes us as one of the most reputable vision correction providers. Vision, being our body’s most delicate sense, requires the utmost care and attention. We are actively engaged in global innovation and research, constantly seeking the most effective methods for achieving successful vision correction.

We focus on giving the best surgical consideration to the most important patients; you put the most delicate area in the best hands. Besides, this clinic is fully equipped to provide the latest and best treatment and gives all its patients a crisis treatment. We are committed to provide full-service eye care and making your experience positive.

Frequently Asked Questions - Laser Refractive Eye Surgery

A. Laser refractive eye surgery is a vision correction procedure aimed at addressing issues like nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatism. It involves using an excimer to reshape the cornea, the transparent front part of the eye. This reshaping corrects the way light enters the eye, improving vision without the need for glasses or contact lenses.

A. We offer several types of laser eye surgeries, including:

  • LASIK (Laser-Assisted In-situ Keratomileusis)
  • LASEK (Laser-Assisted Sub-Epithelial Keratomileusis)
  • Transepithelial PRK (Photorefractive Keratectomy)
  • Topography Guided PRK/LASEK
  • PTK (Phototherapeutic Keratectomy)
    Transepithelial treatment is the latest and most advanced for vision correction.

A. LASIK involves creating a flap on the front of the cornea before reshaping it with an excimer laser. LASEK, on the other hand, loosens and moves the front corneal cells aside for laser treatment. PRK removes the front corneal cells entirely before laser ablation. Both LASEK and PRK involved loosening the front lining (epithelium) of the cornea with diluted alcohol. Whereas transepithelial PRK is the latest no touch technique where the laser performs the removal of the front lining (epithelium) of the cornea and the treatment simultaneously. Each method has its advantages and considerations, which your eye surgeon will discuss with you based on your individual needs.

A. Topography Guided PRK/LASEK is a personalized laser eye surgery that uses detailed corneal mapping to guide the laser ablation. This technique is particularly beneficial for individuals with complex vision issues and irregular corneal shapes. It allows for a highly customized treatment approach, potentially achieving better visual outcomes in challenging cases.

A. PTK (Phototherapeutic Keratectomy) eye surgery is primarily used to address corneal surface irregularities, scarring, calcium deposition (bank keratopathy) and recurrent corneal erosions. It involves the precise removal of the front epithelial cell layer of the cornea using an Excimer laser. This procedure helps to smooth out the corneal surface and improve visual clarity in cases where these issues are present.

A. The cost varies based on the type of treatment and the specific needs of each patient. Here is an approximate pricing breakdown:
Consultation price including scans: £350*
Wavefront Optimized treatment: From £2450/eye
Complex prescription treatment: From £2950/eye
Phototherapeutic Keratectomy (PTK): From £1950/eye
*Consultation cost is chargeable only if the candidate decides not to proceed with the surgery.

A. We have moved on to the latest, more stronger and reliable technique of transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy (Trans-PRK). Although the procedure is completely painfree, following the procedure individuals may experience a gritty sensation and light sensitivity and typically last 3-5 days. However, with the appropriate use of drops and oral pain relief, these sensations can be effectively managed. The overall vision recovery may take between 6-8 weeks.

A. Complications after laser eye surgery are rare, although, as with any medical procedure, there is always a potential for side effects. We engage in thorough discussions with our patients, outlining both the risks and benefits of treatment.

A. If laser vision correction is not suitable for you, we offer a diverse range of refractive surgery procedures. We will assess and discuss alternative solutions with you to determine the most appropriate treatment for your specific needs. For instance, if you have high corrections, implantable collamer lens surgery may be a more suitable option, refractive lens exchange may also be an option or if cataracts are present, cataract surgery might be recommended.

A. Laser eye surgery does not increase the risk of developing other eye conditions such as glaucoma, cataracts, or macular degeneration. However, it’s important to consider the changes in corneal shape if cataract surgery is contemplated later in life. Keeping a record of your details before laser treatment is advisable, although modern scanning techniques can also provide relevant information.

A. The laser is applied to each eye for a matter of seconds, but the overall time spent in the treatment room is approximately 20 minutes. On the day of treatment, you can expect to be in the clinic for up to 2 hours, during which time you will interact members of the team and receive post-surgery medication information.

A. At our clinic the minimum age for laser eye surgery is 21 years, although, depending on your prescription and treatment plan, the actual age for eligibility may be older. As our eyes continue to change during growth, permanent correction is most effective when the prescription has stabilized. Younger eyes may carry a higher risk of future prescription changes due to ongoing development.