The Sheffield Vision Centre is based in the Eye Department at Sheffield's Royal Hallamshire Hospital. It provides refractive surgery on a fee-paying basis for people who want to reduce their dependency on glasses or contact lenses. Vision Correction...
Matthew Edwards is a full time Consultant Eye Surgeon at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital in Sheffield, specializing in ocular surface disease, corneal and refractive surgery. There he runs a tertiary referral service for the South Trent Region, which includes the management of complex refractive error and complications following Excimer laser treatment.
Mr Edwards has undertaken fellowship work with Professor Charles McGhee, a leading authority on Excimer laser treatment and research. He has considerable experience in all forms of refractive surgery.
He is a Fellow of The Royal College of Ophthalmologists and an active member of the British Society of Refractive Surgery and both the United Kingdom and American Societies of Cataract & Refractive Surgery. As a consultant, he is on the Specialist Register for ophthalmology.
Mr Edwards is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Sheffield and to date has published fifteen articles in peer-reviewed journals.
Mr Edwards’ overriding aim at Sheffield Vision Centre is to ensure every patient receives safe, effective, expert care from him and his team right from their first consultation through to final discharge.
Extremely pleased with the whole procedure. 6 weeks on I am still amazed that after 42 years of wearing glasses or contact lenses, I can see clearly both distance and to read.Marvellous. Thank you.
It has only been a few days since my operation on the 23/02/11 but so far my recovery has been almost painless and quite speedy. Immediately after getting home from the operation I lay down in bed with the curtains closed and sunglasses on, closed my eyes and listened to my iPod. After about 3 hours I felt well enough to get up and move around and while my vision was hazy I had acceptable vision within 4 hours of the operation. It is now nearly 4 days later and I am at work (on the night shift) and my distance vision is very good (and getting better) although my near vision isn't so good at the moment, I was short sighted with astigmatism. The price of the treatment was £2700 (normally £3000) and this was for the treatment best suited to my condition which Mr Edwards the surgeon determines based on the extensive tests conducted at the consultation.All in all a very good service (without all the £xxx for this procedure, or £xxx for this procedure that most places sell) and looking forward to further improvements to my vision as my eyes recover.