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Best ever. Super happy with not only the results but also the customer service. Dr Patel from Parsons Green clinic is extremely professional and a excellent doctor. Also 5stars out of 5 to my surgeon. Excellent team. Would recomme ...Read more

1. Review of AccuVision Laser Eye Clinic

Established in 2001, AccuVision is a popular destination for people seeking quality, affordable laser eye surgery. This clinic currently operates in five cities nationwide: London, Birmingham, Leeds, Bristol and Newcastle, and has performed over 40,000 treatments and counting.

What did independent inspectors find? According to the CQC’s latest report, there were no complaints between August 2016 and September 2017 from 1,011 refractive eye procedures carried out at AccuVision.

Is there anything else I should know? Most of the eye surgeons on our site enjoy five-star ratings, and the same is true for AccuVision. But it’s worth noting we only have 10 reviews for Dr Prashant Jindal.

Patients always want to find an ophthalmologist they feel comfortable with. That’s why it’s always a good idea to do your own research by trying to meet with your surgeon at an initial consultation, and many clinics offer these for free.

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2. AccuVision Treatments

As well as common laser vision correction treatments – such as LASEK and LASIK with ultra-accurate Wavefront diagnostics – AccuVision also offers lens replacement surgery, including the UK’s most common surgical procedure: cataract surgery.

  1. LASIK eye surgery
  2. Trans-Epithelial Surface Treatment
  3. Lens replacement surgery
  4. ICL surgery (implantable contact lenses)
  5. Cataract surgery
  6. Amblyopia (lazy eye treatment)

So is it safe? AccuVision promises highly sophisticated, automated devices, with world-class Wavefront technology and the Alcon WaveLight EX500 Excimer laser. According to the clinic’s own study of 500 patients, everyone achieved at least driving standard vision following surgery (including repeat surgery).

3. AccuVision Laser Eye Clinic Prices

AccuVision’s prices are reasonable rates in laser eye surgery. On average, 800 patients told Lasik Eyes they paid £1,200 (per eye) for laser eye surgery, and £3,615 (per eye) for lens replacement surgery (including cataract surgery) – few clinics have lower starting prices.

AccuVision doesn’t publish a fixed price list, but here are the costs you can expect for the most popular eye surgeries:

  • Consultation Price: Free for initial consultation
  • LASIK Price: Average cost £2,400 for both eyes
  • Trans-Epi Price: Average cost £2,400 for both eyes
  • C3R Treatment Price: Average cost £2,000 per eye

Here’s how these prices compare to the eye surgery quotes offered by other clinics:

TreatmentOptical Express Cost (per eye)Optegra Cost (per eye)Optimax Cost (per eye)Centre for Sight Cost (per eye)
LASIK / LASEKFrom £595£1,795£1,695£2,400
Cataract SurgeryFrom £3,195£2,495£2,995From £3,150
ICL SurgeryFrom £3,395£3,495£2,495£3,615

Eye surgery isn’t an insignificant cost for most people. That’s why AccuVision offers a 10 month finance option, which lets you spread the costs of surgery after the initial deposit into smaller monthly fees. You will need to pass a credit check with Hitachi Capital to gain approval for this payment plan.

That said, most clinics provide finance plans for much longer – up to three years, and also team up with health insurers who may cover at least some of the costs of the surgery (which AccuVision doesn’t).

4. AccuVision Review: The Verdict

AccuVision has hundreds of positive patient reviews, making it one of the most popular laser eye clinics in the UK. It also features as one of the best laser eye surgery clinics in the UK, as well as making our list of the best laser eye surgery in London for raving customer reviews about its professional staff.

But is it right for you? If you happen to live near one of AccuVision’s clinics in London, Birmingham, Leeds or Bristol, you may want to pop in for a free consultation, and quiz the eye consultants there. Or, you are free to double check whether there might be a better match out there using our clinic-matching tool.

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Accuvision Reviews


18 Apr 2002

I've had my consultation - so nervous I was early, but I was seen early without any hassle. I am very rare in that I'm very LONG SIGHTED +6.5 & +7, have astigmasisms in both eyes and my left eye is lazy. After much research accuvision is the only place in the uk who will do me :-) The staff answered all my questions, and rephrased things when i didn't understand. They were paitent when I couln't make a desicion there and then, have customers you can call for references etc. The technology was great - I work with computers so i know what I'm looking at. Yes I am going ahead - very nervous, but they say there is nothing i can do which will hinder the surgery. So in 9 days - 2 1/2 weeks after my consoltation I'll be done - yes I'll let you know how it goes, but as I've worn glasses all day every day since I was 4 (now 26) and have a tendancy to bump into things and can't catch, anything will be an improvement. If u have questions u can mail me....Wish me luck!

20 Apr 2002

What can I say that hasn’t been said before. Well unlike many of the others who have posted comments on this site I did not have a straight operation. I decided to go with Accuvision after researching the best laser correction technologies available, this was a big decision because I live in N.Ireland and have two laser clinics within driving distance. When I arrived at Accuvision I was made very comfortable and was impressed by the modern clinic. I was apprehensive at this stage because I was so scared that my eyes would not be suitable. After the pre-op assessment I was given the thumbs up.
I arrived the following day and was quite nervous about the op, actually I was shitting myself, I was alone in London and in a couple of hours I might be blind !! Went through the usual pre surgery routine and was soon lying back on the bed staring up at red laser beams. The staff at this stage were magnificent. I don’t mind pain but hate needles and the thought of someone cutting the top off my eye was like needles X 100. The first stage of the op is to cut the corneal flap and due to that fact that I have narrow recessed eyes this posed quite a few problems. After some discomfort the flap was cut and within a few minutes the operation was over and they moved over to my other eye. Unfortunately they were unable to cut the corneal flap this time due to my protrouding skull. I was very deflated but Darius and Co. were very encouraging and professional. The situation was reassessed the following day, I had one 20/20 eye and one bad one. It was decided that I come back in 2 weeks for reassessment. To cut a long story short they successfully operated on me and achieved a reasonable correction although not 20/20.
I am due back for post op assessment soon where they may might make a slight enhancement.
To summerise this experience I would say that without doubt I would recommend Accuvision because complications do occur and it is maybe only then that the true expertise of the operating team can be witnessed. I am thrilled with the results so far and still find it hard to believe I don’t need contacts or glasses again.
I regularly see advertisements in the national press for cut price eye surgery but why drive a Lada when for a few pounds more you can drive a Porsche!

Many thanks to Darius & Co. for all their good work.

22 Apr 2002

I had bilateral WAVEFRONT GUIDED LASIK three months ago,at ACCUVISION. I was a little apprehensive, but at the same time excited about about the prospect of seeing clearly without putting a lump of plastic in my eyes.Well,I'm glad to say that I have absolutely no regrets. Infact my vision is now better than it ever was with glasses or contacts,even at night.My heartfelt thanks to the wonderful team at ACCUVISION,especially the optometrist!

26 Apr 2002

It has now been 3 months since I had Laser eye surgery and I can confidently say that anyone considering the procedure should talk to Accuvision. I now have 20/20 vision and it is truly fantastic. Everyday I wake up feeling really pleased with the outcome. Just to be able to see clearly in the morning without having to stretch for my glasses is great. Driving at night and having the ability to read signs clearly is just amazing.

I was extremely sceptical about the whole process and fearful of the possibility that just maybe I might go blind. I spoke with the surgeon and the Accuvision team on numerous occasions and to my amazement I started feeling very comfortable once I was given a step-by-step insight into the procedure. The real turn around for me was that my eyesight was going to be taken care of by a team of people who really had a passion for what they were doing. Their confidence gave me the courage to go ahead and have the treatment that I had adamantly refused to do so before, even though many of my friends had had the treatment years before me and told me how great it was. Once I was sure of what was going to happen there was absolutely no hesitation and the fears I had before disappeared completely.

I first had a consultation to determine which treatment I would need. My prescription was –2.50 and after a thorough look at my eyes it was recommended that I should have the conventional LASIK treatment that is available to those with lower prescriptions.

The treatment took about 20 minutes. I was feeling a little tense however the Accuvision team explained all that would happen and it was very reassuring to have the team talk through exactly what they were doing. I felt no pain at all, just a little uncomfortable but having a nurse sit by my side talking to me and telling me to just relax and take deep breaths really helped. During the procedure I was just asked to concentrate on looking at the green and red lights. Before I knew it the treatment was complete and I was taken into the recovery room where I was asked to keep my eyes closed for about 30 minutes before they could be checked again to see that all was ok.

My left eye felt fine but my right eye felt a little uncomfortable. The surgeon took a look and said that he would need to wash my eyes out as specs of dust particles had to be rinsed off. This would involve lifting the flap of the cornea once again. I felt a little scared at this point but I was quickly assured that there was no problem at all. I bravely continued to be positive and trust that all would go well. After resting my eyes again for another 20 minutes or so I was told that all was fine and I was ready to go home. I felt a huge sense of relief.

The rest of the day was spent keeping my eyes shut and placing drops in every hour. For up to 8 hours after the treatment it felt like I had sand in my eyes and it just felt a little uncomfortable, but I can gladly say there was no pain involved what so ever. The next day I could not believe just how clearly I could see, I went in for a check up and I was told that all was fine and that I should continue to keep putting in the drops.

What impressed me the most about Accuvision was the aftercare I received and the time and care that was taken to ensure that my eyes were in top condition and that I was happy with the outcome.

Anyone considering the treatment should visit Accuvision for a professional and realistic opinion. I am forever thankful to the team for my ability to see clearly without the dependence on contact lenses and glasses.

28 Apr 2002

Had it done yeserday! I was scared and so yes I did enlist the service of the irish handholding nurse....With my extreme long sight the change is shocking and my brain is taking time to get used to it so I will post again in a few weeks/months....So yes it was uncmfortable having my eye clamped open - I flinched on the left one and so will have a very bloodshot look for a few weeks, but I didn't feel a thing after that. Everyone was really nice, I could see one lime more than 2020 right after the op but now can't see anything more than a foot away from me - but this is normal with +6 & +6.5 good days and not so good. I've read the paper today without specs and sent txt msgs on my mobile and can see my watch clearly. It did hurt later from about an hour later for 4 hours it stung, felt like there was a brick in my eyes and generally hurt - lots, but once it was gone it was gone, now i can feel a slight rub when i blink. I knock a point off cause neiter my partner of me were offered a cup of tea and the waiting area/recovery room in one was a bit sparce. But I do recommend them. Feel free to contact with questions.

02 May 2002

My prescription is, or was 8 in both eyes, now it's
wonderful to see things so clearly. The team are the most dedicated professionals.

I had been turned down by everyone else , these people told me that I could be helped, and they were true to their word.

It's early days yet, I only wish I had known about this clinic before. Keep up with the great work.


02 May 2002

The service at Accuvision is brilliant. They are very friendly and professional which increased my confidence in the whole procedure. My girlfriend had already had the treatment so a lot of my worries had been answered then, even so there are still anxieties when you have to go through the treatment yourself. My prescription was quite low -1.5 and I was unsure if the procedure would make a great deal of difference, but was assured that it would. I had the treatment on the 20th April 2002 and my vision has increased brilliantly since. There was no pain at all throughout and I would definitely recommend Accuvision.

03 May 2002

I had wavefront guided LASIK on 27/4/02 and am absolutely thrilled with the results. I initially had consultations with both Boot's and at Accuvision and both clinics told me that my very large pupils increased my risk of night vision problems. My consultant at Boot's told me he thought I'd be fine, but when I asked how many other people with large pupils (over 8mm when dilated with drops)he'd seen and whether any had been dissatisfied he became very vague and said 'thankfully people with pupils that large are few and far between'! Needless to say I did not find this very reassuring. Accuvision on the otherhand told me that they routinely deal with people with large pupils and gave the contact details of someone with a similar prescription and pupil size(I was -3.5 in each eye). Having spoken to her (thankyou very much Michelle Henson) I was confident that Accuvision were capable of correcting my vision.

I can't say that the procedure itself was very pleasant, but I felt in very capable hands and trusted my surgeon (Mr Ayliffe) completely. In fact the whole team are extremely professional and so confident in their technology that I couldn't help but feel I was in the best possible hands. Afterwards I can tell immediately that my eyesight was improved as I could see my friend through the window in the theatre! My eyes were uncomfortatble for about 5 hrs after the op and I kept them closed as much as possible, but since then my vision has improved each day! I think it's actually better than it ever was with contacts before the op so I'm extremely happy. I'm going tomorrow for my one week post op check up and am looking forward to finding out what my prescription is.

04 May 2002

After being turned down by Boots, I went to Ultralase who didn't have the answers to the questions that I asked.
Accuvision gave me the answers with no if's and but's.
The pre-opertaive consultation and aftercare were great. The operation was very quick, the staff were by my side all the way through and after. I recommend anyone thinking of this type of operation to call Accuvision for an appointment.

09 May 2002

My prescription was -3.5 in the right eye, -5.5 in the left, with a lot of astigmatim. I went for consultations at The Eye Clinic, Boots, Ultralase and Sunrise before I went to Accuvision. I was told at the other clinics that my corneas were too thin for the LASIK procedure (although the Eye Clinic and Sunrise did offer PRK, which I was not very keen on). I think I heard one of them say my corneas were 460 microns thick.

I went to Accuvision expecting them to turn me down as well. The people I met were very enthusiastic and knowledgable, and made me feel confident that they would look after me, After testing my eyes they went to great lenghts to show me how the flap they would create would be thinner than at the other clinics, and additionally the laser would remove less tissue, so I would still be within the limit which is apparently 250 microns of undisturbed cornea. Additionally, as I am 48 I am starting to need reading glasses, so Accuvision recommended "monovision", which means that one eye is focussed for near work, and the other for the distance.

I had the operation done on 17 April. Like everyone else has said, the staff were marvellous. (Nobody held MY hand, but then I didn't ask them to). The surgeon kept telling me what a good patient I was, which he probably says to everyone, but it did help me relax. After the operation I didn't have any "wow factor" at all, I could hardly see a thing, and I had a very uncomfortable ride home in a taxi. But the next day the difference was tremendous, I went back for my check up on the tube, and even went shopping in Oxford Street.

Now that my eyes have settled down and my brain has got used to the monovision, I am very pleased with the results. My right eye, the distance eye, is very slightly out of focus which is disappointing, so I do need glasses for driving, but on the whole it has been a great success. I was very glad that I found Accuvision and that they were able to perform the surgery with their state of the art equipment. I would recommend them to anyone, especially if you have thin corneas.
The only improvement I would suggest (apart from a drinks machine in the waiting room!) would be more comfortable eye protectors at night, the plastic shields and surgical tape they give you are awful.

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