Laser Eye Surgery in London

For patients seeking specialist vision correction, Allon Barsam provides an unrivalled service, performing various advanced ophthalmological procedures with state-of-the-art technology for eye conditions including myopia (short-sightedness), hypermetropia (long-sightedness), astigmatism, and presbyopia (reading vision problems).

Operating from two London locations:

 

Focus Clinic

The Wellington Hospital

Allon Barsam in the Harley Street area

Expert Consultant Ophthalmologist Allon Barsam practices at the prestigious Focus Clinic on Wimpole Street in the famous Harley Street medical district.

The clinic is dedicated to laser eye and lens-based vision correction surgery, making this an ideal location for patients with visual impairments.

 

More about the clinic

  • Focus is an internationally renowned laser eye surgery clinic and centre of excellence.
  • The prestigious clinic was recently named as the European Centre of Excellence, for its continuous commitment to providing quality eye care, using state of the art technologies and a team of world-renowned laser eye surgery experts.

Getting here

The clinic is centrally located and easy to reach by car, public transport or on foot.

By car:

On-street meter parking is available in several locations surrounding the clinic. Parkopedia provides more information.

By public transport:

For those travelling by public transport, the nearest Underground station is Bond Street (via the Central and Jubilee line) which is a short 8 minute walk away from the clinic.

Alternative routes and Underground stations include:

Regent’s Park – 10 min walk

Oxford Circus – 10 min walk

Great Portland Street – 12 min walk

Baker Street – 13 min walk

Marble Arch Underground – 15 min walk

Goodge Street – 15 min walk

For those who wish to stay in London on the night before their consultation or surgery, the clinic is in close proximity to several hotels, restaurants and bars including the 4-star Marylebone Hotel.

We ask that you don’t drive or use the London Underground on the day of your surgery, so you may wish to extend your hotel booking.

Allon Barsam at the Wellington Platinum Medical Centre

Mr Barsam brings his specialist skills and experience to a convenient and accessible location; the Wellington Platinum Medical Centre.

Patients can expect personalised eye care and treatment using the very latest ophthalmic technology.

 

More about the clinic

  • The Wellington is a leading private hospital with an international reputation for excellence in complex healthcare.
  • Its Ophthalmology Unit is equipped to treat a wide range of eye-related problems including astigmatism (a common eye condition that results in distorted vision) and cataracts (clouding of the crystalline lense).

Getting here

The clinic is centrally located and easy to reach by car, public transport or on foot.

By car:

Due to the hospitals close proximity to central London, unfortunately no parking is provided.

For patients travelling with family and/or friends, there is a drop-off area located close to the main doors.

Limited on-street meter parking is available in several locations surrounding the hospital. Parkopedia provides more information.

Alternatively, patients can park in the Q-Park underground car park located on Kingsmill Terrace – a short 10-15 minute walk from the hospital.

By public transport:

For those travelling by public transport, the nearest Underground station is St. John’s Wood (via the Jubilee line) which is a short 12 minute walk away from the clinic.

Alternative routes and Underground stations include:

Baker Street – 16 min walk

Marylebone – 17 min walk

Edgeware Road – 17 min walk

Warwick Avenue – 18 min walk

For those who wish to stay in London on the night before their consultation or surgery, the clinic is in close proximity to several hotels, restaurants and bars including the 4-star Danubius Hotel in Regent Park.

We ask that you don’t drive or use the London Underground on the day of your surgery, so you may wish to extend your hotel booking.

On arrival:

The Ophthalmology Unit is located on the 4th floor.

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More about the procedure

Laser eye surgery is a life-changing procedure that’s not only brief but entirely painless.

There are several types of laser eye surgery available including LASIK and LASEK, but the best choice for you will depend on your own individual eye health, medical history and personal preferences.

Why choose Allon Barsam?

  • Mr Barsam’s laser eye treatments yield very high success rates, with 100% of our common prescription patients seeing 20/20 or better following treatment.
  • Mr Barsam is the only independent vision correction surgeon in the UK to have achieved a 9.9 rating on Trustpilot (the highest achievable score).
  • Mr Barsam only uses the world’s fastest and most technologically advanced lasers.
  • Mr Barsam is able to treat conditions that many other surgeons cannot and can advise and perform alternative treatments such as Phakic IOL (the implantable contact lens – ICL) in cases where laser eye surgery would not be suitable.
  • He and his team ensure that all patients receive tailored, personalised care.

Book a consultation

Millions of adults worldwide have had their vision impairments corrected using laser eye surgery – a safe, quick and painless procedure.

Book your consultation online or call us for more information free of charge on 0808 133 2020.