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BMI Healthcare has a national network of over 500 specialist Consultant ophthalmologsts dedicated to delivering expert eyecare across more than 50 hospitals in the UK. Our comprehensive ophthalmic services are offered in locations such as London, Worthing, Windsor and further afield.
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There are many reasons why our comprehensive opthalmology services might be the perfect fit for you. Here's a few:
We are proud to facilitate a coveted network of 500 ophthalmologists across over 50 hospitals who can efficiently diagnose and treat a range of eye problems. Our ophthalmology Consultants use a variety of diagnostic tests to investigate your eye problems and find the best eyecare for your individual needs.
A national network means fast treatment is just around the corner, so you can experience the work of leading providers of specialist eyecare and premium expertise when you want it.
Best experts = best care.
We have a dedicated network of 500 specialists across 40 locations and 50 hospitals. This network is focused on achieving the best possible outcomes and providing a solution for most eye problems.
It's not just ophthalmologists that make up our esteemed team. Ophthalmic nurses, practitioners, optometrists and orthoptists also play a vital role in each stage of your eyecare journey, helping facilitate with expert care and keeping you informed and assured throughout your time with us.
All of this takes places within a comfortable hospital environment that offers the highest levels of stringent clinical excellence, ensuring that you are safe at all times.
It's your eyes, your way. We offer personalised treatment built around your needs. Experience consistent healthcare with a trusted specialist who understands exactly what you need and is with you every step of the way.
We offer a diverse range of treatment options built around your needs, including:
Laser eye surgery: Laser eye surgery aims to correct poor vision and either reduce or eliminate the need for glasses or contact lenses.
Lens exchange surgery: Squint surgery is the treatment for “squints”, which is a deviation of one eye or the other so that both eyes are not entirely straight.
Glaucoma services: Our gluacoma services include trabeculectomy surgery, which treats glaucoma by draining out some of the fluid that has built up in your eye.
Cataract surgery: We perform thousands of cataract removal operations each year.
How much do you value your sight? You need to be able to trust your eyecare specialist.
We have a team of trusted, world-class experts who will put your needs first and are known for doing so.
Better vision is our vision.
These eye problems can cause blurred vision. Hyperopia affects your ability to see objects that are close to you, while myopia impacts your ability to see objects at a further distance.
There are two forms of macular degeneration: dry and wet.
Dry AMD is caused by a gradual deterioration of your macula (a part of your retina). Dry AMD is the most common type and less serious type. It develops gradually when the light-sensitive cells in the macula slowly break down. Dry AMD can lead to loss of central vision but it rarely causes complete blindness.
Wet AMD is the more serious type and affects around 10% of people with AMD. In wet AMD, the macula becomes damaged and new blood vessels start to grow behind the macula. Wet AMD can cause you to lose central vision in weeks. All people with the wet type had the dry type first.
Cataracts occurs when cloudy patches form in your eye’s lens. It can become worse with time, but cataract surgery can improve your eyesight.
This eye condition creates a build-up of fluid in the front part of your eye, which leads to increased eye pressure. The optic nerve that connects your eye to your brain also becomes damaged. Glaucoma surgery can prevent further damage to your optic nerve and worsening vision or vision loss.
Diabetic retinopathy is a diabetic eye disease that involves damage to the retina – the light-sensitive part at the back of the eye. As diabetes becomes worse, high blood sugar levels can damage the tiny blood vessels in the retina, which can break, bleed, and leak fluid.
Your ophthalmology Consultant will carry out an ophthalmic exam (eye test) before recommending treatments. This will provide an accurate diagnosis and can help establish the best ophthalmology treatments for you.
Treatment for eye diseases can be carried out by our multidisciplinary team, comprising dedicated Consultants, nurses, ophthalmologists, optometrists and cosmetic surgeons. Our team will work with you to diagnose your eye problem and help provide effective treatment.
You're in safe hands.
If you have myopia, hyperopia or astigmatism, laser eye surgery can improve your vision by allowing your eyes to focus better. LASIK and LASEK are two common types of laser eye surgery. These use lasers to reshape your cornea – the front surface of your eyes.
During cataract surgery, the cataract is removed using ultrasound probes and small incisions. The removed cataract is replaced with an artificial lens.
Glaucoma surgery (a trabulectomy) reduces pressure in your eye by draining the fluid in your eye. Your eye surgeon will create a small hole in the lining of your sclera (the white of your eye) to drain this fluid.
Injections can be used to treat for wet age-related macular degeneration (AMD). These injections contain drugs, which are injected into your eye to prevent or slow the growth of the abnormal blood vessels that cause wet AMD.
YAG laser capsulotomy is a laser procedure that can quickly restore vision following posterior capsule opacification.
During cataract removal, the cloudy, natural lens in your eye is replaced with a clear, artificial lens. But in some cases, a hazy membrane can form just behind this artificial lens implant, in the bag (also known as the lens capsule) where it was placed. This affects the light coming through to the back of the eye. This condition is known as posterior capsule opacity.
To get started, you can book a consultation online with one of our many experienced ophthalmology Consultants. This is a simple and fast process.
You can also book your consultation by calling 0808 159 5068.
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