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Night vision simulation

Laser eye surgery London

If you are looking for a laser eye clinic in London, then the London Vision Clinic should be on your shortlist.  

That may seem like a strong statement, but the London Vision Clinic emphasises that, in expert hands, laser eye surgery can be an extremely safe, life enhancing experience. More than 100,000 laser eye surgery procedures will be done in the UK this year. Read the guide to Laser Eye Surgery to help make the right choice for your eyesight.

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What is it for?

Measuring your night vision disturbances.


When is this done?

Initial screening and during aftercare appointments.


What actually happens?

The optometrist will ask you to look at a computer simulation of common night vision disturbances, such as haloes and starbursts around light emitting objects (e.g. oncoming car headlamps and street lights). They will be able to vary the size and brightness of these disturbances to try to simulate how you see at night.


How does it feel?

You feel nothing.


What does it do?

This test provides your surgeon with a picture of how your vision is affected by glare at night so that they may design a customised treatment plan to maintain or enhance your night vision after surgery.


How does it benefit you?

This provides your surgeon with the subjective feedback which they then match with the objective

measurements that have been taken of your wavefront, refraction and topography so they can custom design the perfect treatment for you.

Get a quote

Get a quote for laser eye treatment

If you are looking for a quote for laser eye surgery, or want more information about treatment in your local area, you can complete the Laser Eye Surgery Enquiry Form. Your enquiry will be forwarded to a maximum of three clinics or providers of laser eye treatment who partner with the Private Healthcare UK web site.