LASIK Surgery London - Serving patients seeking LASIK surgery in London and the surrounding area
Samer Hamada, MD, is an ophthalmologist and corneal surgeon performing eye surgeries at his practice, the Eye Clinic London. With nearly two decades’ experience performing eye surgeries, including vision correction, cataract and corneal surgeries, Mr. Hamada is recognised as a leading expert in his field, and as such, is frequently asked to lecture at international eye conferences. He has performed thousands of eye surgeries using the latest technological advancements in ophthalmology and has won countless awards for his excellent patient care. His expertise is called on for managing some of the most complex eye diseases and for correcting vision in challenging cases.
People feel a confident sense of security with Dr. Hamada’s vast experience and expert care.
At the Eye Clinic London, Mr. Hamada offers bladeless LASIK vision correction surgery for patients who wish to restore their vision and eliminate their dependence on glasses or contact lenses. His clinic uses state-of-the-art equipment to achieve the most precise results and the highest level of care.
Schedule a personal consultation with Mr. Samer Hamada today and learn more about his LASIK surgery procedure. Call his practice, the Eye Clinic London, at 44 (0) 8001 978 808.
More About LASIK at the Eye Clinic London
Mr. Hamada uses the latest, most advanced and proven LASIK technology to provide his patients with precise, safe, customised LASIK treatments, without the use of a blade. The entire procedure typically takes less than 30 minutes to complete, and most patients can expect to notice improved vision within a day of surgery.
Mr. Hamada begins the surgery by numbing the patient’s eye with anaesthetic drops in order to ensure their utmost comfort for the duration of the procedure. He then uses a safe and precise femtosecond laser to create a small flap in the cornea (the transparent layer on the eye’s surface). An excimer laser is then used to deliver a series of small pulses of light to the cornea, reshaping it so that it reflects light onto the retina more effectively (resulting in clearer vision). The flap in the cornea is then returned to its position, where it will heal naturally. Patients are typically able to return to normal daily activities within a day of surgery.