Laser Eye Surgery from £695 per eye

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Why choose us, at BMI Ross Hall hospital?

  • We provide free diagnostic consultations, including scans and tests
  • We deliver consultant-led surgery, offering 6 months free aftercare
  • Our dedicated ophthalmic team provide treatment in a private hospital

Flexible Finance

The BMI card allows you to spread the cost of treatment interest free (0% APR Representative)*

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Laser Eye Surgery in Glasgow

Flexible Finance

The BMI card allows you to spread the cost of treatment interest free (0% APR Representative)*

Find out more…

Laser eye surgery aims to correct errors of refraction (focus) in the eye, reducing or eliminating the need for glasses or contact lenses and helping you to lead an active lifestyle more easily.

**Over 95% of patients are satisfied with the outcome of surgery and many describe it as life changing.

Some people are suitable for laser eye surgery and others aren’t, therefore, our highly skilled refractive surgeons will advise your most suitable treatment option after reviewing all of your diagnostic tests following your free consultation.

Eye Care Scotland is the only provider of laser eye surgery in Glasgow within a hospital environment, meaning you can rest assured of a high quality care programme from your initial consultation through to the completion of your treatment.

Laser Eye Surgery is a common form of procedure for patients who have relatively low-medium prescription. It can be done in 2 forms, LASIK and LASEK.

  • EyeLASIK is when a very thin flap is created in the cornea by a precise laser beam and a different form of laser beam is used to shape the part of the cornea under the flap
  • LASEK is when the specialised laser is used to shape the surface of the cornea without making the thin flap.

We appreciate that having many options can be daunting and that’s why we always recommend that you come and see our consultant team who will assess and guide you on the most suitable option for your particular needs.

We also believe in giving you ample time to digest the information given and will discuss and agree your preferred follow up process with you at your consultation.

Laser Eye Surgery Costs

Laser Eye Surgery Prices
Specialist Optometrist Assessment Consultation Fee Surgery (per eye)
Standard Laser Eye Surgery FREE FREE From £695
Standard Plus Laser Eye Surgery FREE FREE From £1,495
Custom Laser Eye Surgery FREE FREE From £1,995

At Eye Care Scotland we believe in being transparent with our prices, which includes all surgery and aftercare costs.

On your first appointment your consultant will be able to discuss treatment options and costs with you (subject to your pre-assessment tests) so you are able to make an informed decision that’s right for you. The fixed cost will be confirmed in writing at time of booking your treatment.

You can also spread the cost of your treatment with the BMI Card, which offers flexible finance options including 12 months interest free credit (0% APR Representative)*.


Frequently Asked Questions

Does laser eye surgery hurt?

Laser eye surgery itself is pain free. There can be mild discomfort expected for the first 4-6 hours post LASIK surgery and 12-48 hours post LASEK surgery.

What are the risks of laser eye surgery?

In all forms of eye surgery, problems can occur during the operation or afterwards in the healing period. Problems can result in permanent or serious loss of vision (vision worse than the driving standard in the affected eye that cannot be corrected with glasses or contact lenses).

More commonly problems can be corrected with changes in medication or additional surgery. Typically, these additional operations feel like the original surgery and have a similar recovery period.

Who is suitable for laser eye surgery?

People over 21 years of age who have a stable glasses prescription are suitable for surgery. This is normally defined as no change greater than 0.5 units (0.5D) in the last two years.

Patients will be advised on the best treatment options after their Consultant has reviewed their diagnostic scans/tests and eye health.

How long does laser eye surgery take?

The procedure will take approximately 20 minutes in total. The laser itself will treat for less than one minute.

Are implantable contact lenses (ICL/phakic implants) an option?

In younger patients, artificial lenses called phakic intraocular lenses (PIOLs) are often a good alternative where the spectacle prescription is outside the normal range for laser vision correction.

Will I still need glasses after laser eye surgery?

Over 95% of patients are satisfied with the outcome of surgery, and many describe it as life changing. Some patients may still need glasses after surgery for tasks such as reading in presbyopic patients.


Who provides Laser Eye Surgery at Eye Care Scotland?

* BMI card is a credit facility offered by BMI Healthcare Limited, BMI Healthcare House, 1st Floor, 30 Cannon Street, London, EC4M 6XH. 0% Interest for 12 months then 0.79% per month, representative 9.9% APR variable. Up to £20,000 available (subject to status). Monthly repayment 5% of balance or £25 whichever is greater or balance if lower than £25.

**Source: The Royal College of Ophthalmologists ‘Laser Vision Correction – Patient Information’