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Vision Correction

Personalised eye treatments

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Vision Correction Solutions

Personalised vision correction offers tailored solutions that precisely address individual eye conditions, enhancing visual acuity and comfort for private eye care patients. This customised approach not only improves overall eye health but also boosts patient satisfaction by catering to specific visual needs.

Your Vision Correction Choices

My-iClinic’s vision correction options, including treatments for myopia, astigmatism, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and a range of retinal issues, we provide targeted care that effectively addresses each condition’s unique challenges. This individualised approach ensures optimal visual outcomes and comprehensive eye health for private eye care patients.

London's Leading Vision Correction Solutions

At My-iClinic, we offer a diverse range of vision correction solutions using state-of-the-art technology to cater to various eye conditions. Our treatments include options for myopia, astigmatism, and corneal diseases, ensuring precise and effective results.

For individuals experiencing lazy eyes or double vision, we provide specialised therapies to improve visual alignment and clarity. We also address common issues such as dry eyes, flashes, and floaters with advanced treatments to enhance comfort and vision quality.

Our comprehensive care extends to managing macular degeneration, offering cutting-edge solutions to preserve and improve central vision. Additionally, we provide retina treatments to combat retinal conditions and safeguard visual health. At My-iClinic, we are committed to the visual well-being of the entire family, considering patients of all ages for our innovative procedures.

Our experienced team is committed to guiding you through these innovative procedures to help you achieve clearer, more focused vision and a renewed sense of visual well-being.



Astigmatism is a common vision condition caused by an irregular curvature of the cornea or lens, resulting in blurred or distorted vision. This irregular shape prevents light from focusing properly on the retina, leading to difficulties in seeing fine details both up close and at a distance.

Astigmatism can be effectively treated with corrective lenses, such as glasses or contact lenses, that help to compensate for the uneven curvature. Laser eye surgeries, including LASIK and PRK, are popular options that reshape the cornea to correct the refractive error.

In some cases, toric intraocular lenses may be implanted during cataract surgery to address astigmatism. Early diagnosis and appropriate treatment can significantly improve visual clarity and quality of life.

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Flashes and Floaters

Flashes and floaters are visual disturbances that can appear suddenly in your field of vision. Floaters are small, shadowy shapes that drift across your sight, caused by tiny clumps within the vitreous gel of the eye.

Flashes, on the other hand, are brief bursts of light that occur when the vitreous gel rubs or pulls on the retina. While floaters are often harmless and a natural part of ageing, a sudden increase in floaters or flashes can indicate a retinal tear or detachment, requiring prompt medical attention.

Treatment options for persistent or severe floaters include laser therapy (vitreolysis) to break up the clumps or vitrectomy surgery to remove the vitreous gel. Regular eye exams are crucial for monitoring these symptoms and ensuring timely intervention if necessary.

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Conjunctivitis, commonly known as pink eye, is an inflammation of the conjunctiva, the thin membrane covering the white part of the eye and the inner eyelids.

It can be caused by bacterial or viral infections, allergies, or irritants such as smoke and dust. Treatment for conjunctivitis depends on the underlying cause: bacterial conjunctivitis is typically treated with antibiotic eye drops or ointments, while viral conjunctivitis usually resolves on its own and may be managed with cool compresses and lubricating eye drops to alleviate symptoms.

Allergic conjunctivitis can be treated with antihistamine or anti-inflammatory eye drops to reduce itching and swelling. Maintaining good hygiene, such as frequent handwashing and avoiding touching the eyes, is crucial to prevent the spread of infectious conjunctivitis.

Early diagnosis and appropriate treatment can help relieve symptoms and prevent complications.

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Dry Eyes

Dry eye syndrome occurs when the eyes do not produce enough tears or when the tears evaporate too quickly, leading to discomfort, redness, and blurred vision.

This condition can be caused by various factors, including aging, hormonal changes, environmental conditions, and prolonged screen use. Treatment for dry eyes often begins with over-the-counter artificial tears or lubricating eye drops to provide immediate relief.

For more persistent cases, My-iClinic may prescribe anti-inflammatory medications or eye drops that increase tear production. Lifestyle changes, such as taking frequent breaks from screens, using humidifiers, and wearing sunglasses outdoors, can also help manage symptoms.

In some cases, procedures like punctual plugs, which block tear drainage, can be used to retain natural tears on the eye surface longer. Regular eye check-ups are essential for diagnosing and managing dry eye syndrome effectively.

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Double Vision

Double Vision

Double vision, or diplopia, occurs when a person sees two images of a single object either some or all of the time. This condition can be caused by various factors, including misalignment of the eyes (strabismus), neurological issues, or problems with the eye muscles.

My-iClinic offers a range of treatments to address double vision based on its underlying cause. Prism glasses can be prescribed to help align the images seen by each eye, reducing or eliminating double vision.

For cases caused by muscle imbalances, vision therapy exercises can strengthen and improve eye coordination. In more severe instances, surgical options may be considered to correct the alignment of the eyes.

Our team of specialists conducts thorough assessments to determine the most appropriate treatment plan, ensuring personalised care to restore clear, single vision. Regular follow-ups and tailored therapies at My-iClinic help patients achieve optimal visual outcomes and improve their quality of life.

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Lazy Eye Treatment

Lazy Eye Treatment

Lazy eye treatments at My-iClinic involve comprehensive care aimed at improving visual acuity and alignment in patients with amblyopia. These treatments can include prescription eyeglasses, patching therapy, atropine drops, and vision therapy exercises designed to strengthen the weaker eye.

My-iClinic’s team of specialist surgeons and optometrists are highly experienced in diagnosing and treating lazy eyes, utilising the latest techniques and evidence-based practices.

The clinic is equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic equipment, allowing for precise and effective treatment plans tailored to each patient’s needs.

By combining expert medical care with cutting-edge technology, My-Iclinic ensures that patients receive the highest standard of treatment, promoting optimal visual development and long-term eye health.

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corneal treatments

Corneal Treatments

Corneal treatments encompass a range of medical interventions aimed at addressing diseases, injuries, and conditions affecting the cornea, the transparent front part of the eye responsible for focusing light.

Common corneal conditions include keratoconus, corneal dystrophies, infections, and injuries, which can significantly impair vision. Treatment options vary based on the specific condition and may include prescription medications, specialised contact lenses, corneal cross-linking, and surgical procedures such as corneal transplants and laser surgeries.

Early detection and treatment are crucial in preventing vision loss and ensuring the best possible outcomes. Specialist care in corneal treatments involves precise diagnostics and tailored therapeutic approaches to restore and maintain corneal health. By addressing corneal issues promptly and effectively, these treatments help preserve clear vision and enhance overall eye health, ensuring patients can maintain a high quality of life.

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Keratoconus is a progressive eye condition where the cornea thins and bulges into a cone-like shape, leading to distorted vision and increased sensitivity to light. Early diagnosis and treatment are crucial to manage this condition and prevent severe vision impairment.

Treatment options for keratoconus vary depending on the stage and severity of the condition and may include prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses for mild cases. In more advanced cases, specialised contact lenses, corneal cross-linking to strengthen the corneal tissue, and surgical interventions such as Intacs implants or corneal transplants may be necessary.

These treatments aim to stabilise the cornea, improve vision, and prevent further deterioration. Specialist care in keratoconus involves comprehensive diagnostics, personalised treatment plans, and ongoing monitoring to ensure optimal outcomes. By addressing keratoconus effectively, these treatments help patients maintain clear vision and a good quality of life.

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Paediatric Eye Care

Paediatric Eye Care

Paediatric eye care is a specialised field focused on the visual health and development of children, addressing a range of conditions from common refractive errors to more complex eye diseases.

Children’s eyes are still developing, making early detection and treatment of vision problems crucial for their overall growth and development. Conditions such as amblyopia (lazy eye), strabismus (crossed eyes), and refractive errors like myopia and hyperopia can significantly impact a child’s learning and quality of life if left untreated.

Paediatric eye care involves regular eye examinations, prescription of corrective eyewear, vision therapy, and in some cases, surgical interventions. By identifying and correcting these issues early, specialists can ensure that children’s vision develops properly, preventing long-term complications and promoting optimal visual and neurological development.

This proactive approach is essential for safeguarding a child’s future visual health and enhancing their ability to learn and interact with the world around them.

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Myopia Control

Myopia control involves strategies and treatments aimed at slowing the progression of nearsightedness in children, thereby reducing the risk of severe vision problems in the future.

This can include the use of specially designed contact lenses, orthokeratology (overnight corneal reshaping lenses), atropine eye drops, and multifocal eyeglasses.

John Bolger, a renowned specialist in myopia control, has been dedicated to helping children correct their vision for over 25 years. Through his expertise and commitment, he has successfully implemented personalised treatment plans that not only improve current visual acuity but also address long-term eye health.

His extensive experience and innovative approach have made a significant impact on the lives of countless children, providing them with clearer vision and a brighter future.

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Glaucoma Treatment

Glaucoma treatments At My-iClinic are designed to manage intraocular pressure and prevent optic nerve damage, crucial for preserving vision in patients with this condition.

Treatment options include prescription eye drops, oral medications, laser therapy such as trabeculoplasty, and surgical procedures like trabeculectomy and drainage implants. My-Iclinic boasts a team of specialist surgeons with extensive experience in glaucoma management, ensuring that patients receive expert, individualised care.

The clinic is equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic technology, enabling precise monitoring and effective treatment of glaucoma. This combination of skilled professionals and advanced equipment ensures that My-Iclinic can handle both routine and complex cases, providing patients with the best possible outcomes and safeguarding their vision.

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Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration treatments at My-Iclinic focus on preserving vision and preventing the progression of this condition, which primarily affects the central part of the retina.

Treatment options include anti-VEGF injections to reduce abnormal blood vessel growth, photodynamic therapy, and laser treatment to seal leaking blood vessels.

My-Iclinic is renowned for its team of specialist surgeons who are experts in managing macular degeneration, ensuring patients receive the most effective and personalised care. The clinic is outfitted with state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment equipment, enabling precise and advanced therapeutic interventions.

This blend of highly skilled professionals and cutting-edge technology ensures that My-Iclinic can handle even the most complex cases of macular degeneration, providing patients with the best possible outcomes and maintaining their quality of life.

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Retina Treatments

Retina treatments at My-iClinic involve a range of advanced procedures designed to address various retinal conditions such as retinal detachment, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy.

These treatments may include laser therapy, intravitreal injections, and surgical interventions such as vitrectomy. My-Iclinic prides itself on providing access to specialist surgeons who are leaders in the field of retinal care, ensuring patients receive expert diagnosis and treatment.

The clinic is equipped with state-of-the-art technology, enabling them to perform complex and emergency procedures with precision and efficiency.

This combination of highly skilled professionals and cutting-edge equipment allows My-Iclinic to deliver exceptional care, even in urgent situations, ensuring the best possible outcomes for their patients.

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Inflammation of the eye's outer membrane, treatable with antibiotics.

From £200Per-eye

Addressing conditions like keratoconus through surgery, transplants, or specialised lenses.

From £2400Per-eye

Progressive corneal condition treated with cross-linking, specialised lenses, or transplant surgery.

From £200Per-eye

Common refractive error corrected with glasses, contacts, or refractive surgeries.

From £400Per-eye

Chronic eyelid inflammation managed with warm compresses and antibiotic ointments.

From £350Per-eye

Specialised treatment ensuring healthy vision development in children through early detection and tailored interventions.

From £350Per-eye

Managing intraocular pressure to preserve optic nerve health, utilising medications, lasers, or surgical procedures

From £400Per-eye

Progressive condition affecting central vision, managed with anti-VEGF injections, laser therapy, or dietary supplements.

From £200Per-eye

Healthy visual development in children through early detection, corrective lenses, and therapeutic interventions tailored to their unique needs.

From £350Per-eye

The triple win

How vision correction transforms time, finances, and our world.

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Saving money

The hidden costs: what could you save?
Saving money
What could that money have done?

The £34,000 you'd potentially spend on glasses and contact lenses over 20 years could have given you 69 luxurious holidays in the Mediterranean

Est- 50 Holidays
Average holiday cost: £700Calculation: 34,800 / £700 = 49.71

Saving time

Glasses & contact lenses a hidden time consumer.
Saving time
Did you know?

Over 30 years, the time you'd invest in handling glasses and contact lenses could have whisked you around our planet 37 times!

Est- 526.6 hours
Cleaning: 3 minutes/dayFinding misplaced glasses: 2 minutes/dayRepair, shopping: 2 hours/yearTotal: 526.6 hours (over 2 decades)
Est- 526.6 hours
Inserting and Removing:3 minutes/dayCleaning: 4 minutes/dayRenewing & Check-ups: 2 hours/yearTotal: 1,013.2 hours (over 3 decades)

Saving planet

Reducing our carbon footprint
Saving planet
The environmental perspective

Over 30 years, using glasses and contact lenses contributes to 876lb of CO2 emissions. Opt for vision correction and take a stand for our planet!

Est- 876.6 CO2 emissions
Combined plastic waste:
0.525 kg (glasses)+65.7 kg (contact lenses)=66.225 kilograms over three decades.
Total: 66.225 kilograms of plastic×6=397.35 kilograms = 876Lb of CO2 emissions(over 3 decades)

Our 10 most important benefits for vision correction

1. Improved Visual Acuity

Vision correction treatments, such as glasses, contact lenses, and refractive surgeries, significantly enhance visual acuity. By correcting refractive errors like myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, and presbyopia, patients can achieve clearer, sharper vision. This improvement in clarity can greatly enhance daily activities, from reading and driving to enjoying outdoor activities and social interactions.

2. Increased Quality of Life
3. Greater Independence
4. Enhanced Safety
5. Boosted Confidence and Self-Esteem
6. Cost Savings Over Time
7. Convenience and Comfort
8. Enhanced Athletic Performance
9. Prevention of Vision Deterioration
10. Better Eye Health

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