If you are looking for a glaucoma clinic in Harley Street, then London Ophthalmology Centre is the place for you. We offer all our patients the latest treatment technology at our Harley Street clinic.

What is glaucoma?

It is estimated 1 in 50 people will develop Glaucoma over the age of 40.

Glaucoma is a serious life changing disease that can threaten your vision and impact your daily life. It is the leading cause of blindness and if it goes undetected, it can cause permanent damage to your eyes.

Some people may have medical conditions and hereditary traits that can increase the chances of having glaucoma, this is a disease that can strike anybody so it’s important to get your eyes checked at least once a year and if you’re over the age of 40 then twice.

The most worrying thing about glaucoma is that it is a silent condition and for most patients it develops without any symptoms at all. This is why it is so vital to have regular eye health checks. Some patients, although it is definitely the minority, do develop some symptoms which can include:

  • Red eyes
  • Tunnel vision
  • Dizziness
  • Blurry vision
  • Halo-rigs in the line of sight
  • Vision that is progressively worsening – initially in the peripheral vision, later centrally
  • Pain in or around the eyes
  • Nausea
  • Headaches

Why London Ophthalmology Centre?

Our world-renowned surgeons hold consultant positions in NHS teaching hospitals, so you know you’ll receive the best care. They are all registered on the specialist GMC register and hold fellowships with the Royal College of Ophthalmologists. Our surgeons have years of combined experience in eye surgery. If you come to our glaucoma clinic in Harley Street you will receive the best quality care available.

If you would like to enquire about appointments at our glaucoma clinic in Harley Street please call us on 020 7000 3193  or email us at reception@londonoc.co.uk

We are currently offering 50% off your glaucoma surgery consultation to all NHS patients!

This article is intended to inform and give insight but not treat, diagnose or replace the advice of a doctor. Always seek medical advice with any questions regarding a medical condition.