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Why Choose Us? Laser Eye Surgery Intraocular Lenses Retail Opticians

Refractive Surgery (Laser Eye Surgery or Intra Ocular Lens Surgery) can be a tremendously positive and life-changing experience.  At Sheffield Vision Centre we can offer you a free assessment if you want to find out more about these procedures.

Our NHS employed surgeons are backed up by experienced NHS hospital employed Optometrists, Nurses, and Optical Care Advisors. We are an NHS owned organisation that offers private patients a relaxed and friendly, no pressure service, managed and under the governance of Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. 
We are here to help you decide if laser or lens based refractive surgery is for you, and we hope you find the information on our website helpful. Additional information is available in our free refractive surgery guide, click the "request a brochure" button above if you would like a copy. Please don't not hesitate to contact us by phone or email if you have any questions; we are happy to help.
All surgical procedures are carried out by NHS employed consultant ophthalmologists Mr Matthew Edwards and Mr Mathew Raynor. Both are refractive and corneal specialists with national and international reputations to maintain.
For our laser based surgery we use state-of-the-art technology including the Zeiss Mel 90 Excimer Laser and the Zeiss Visumax Femtosecond Laser to provide the highest quality treatments available.  The Carl Zeiss Visumax Laser allows us to also offer you the ground breaking ReLEx SMILE treatment for myopia (short-sight). A "flapless", or "keyhole" laser surgery technique. 

We are able to offer you the possibility of all three generations of laser eye surgery.

All Lens based refractive surgery is carried out within Sheffield Teaching Hospitals surgical theatres with all the back up and support that a large teaching hospital has at its disposal.  So you can be assured of the very best care.

All profits from this service are reinvested directly to support core NHS services within the eye department.