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Laser Eye Surgery Birmingham

Take a look below for more information around our clinic location in Birmingham.

Our west midlands clinic is based right next to the historic Edgbaston cricket club. Make sure you call 0800 9888 237 to arrange your free consultation – if you have any questions regarding what you can expect, your optometrist and surgeon will be on hand to assist you.

LASIK... treatment will be where a laser is used to create a small flap on the surface of the eye, which is lifted to make way for a second laser to correct your prescription and the flap is moved back to its original position. Recovery for LASIK is minimal.
LASEK... treatment begins with the surgeon administering anaesthetic drops to soften the cells, and these are moved to the side. The laser is then applied to your eye to correct your prescription. The cells are moved back and a protective contact lens is put on your eye. Recovery time is 3-5 days.

For a more in depth look at each treatment click on the links below.

Services Available at Birmingham Ultralase

  • Wavefront (included in your treatment)
  • Full consultation
  • Full EyePredict™ report
  • Full aftercare for all patients

Surgeons treating in Birmingham

Dr Samuel
Dr Mughal

Please ensure you have booked with us ahead of your visit.

We are no longer able to assist walk-in visits as we are limiting the number of patients at our facilities to observe social distancing measures.


96 Bristol Road
B5 7XJ

Contact Us

EMAIL: enquiries@ultralase.com
PHONE: 0800 988 63900800 988 6390

Opening Times

Mon- Fri: 8:30am - 5:30pm
Sat: 9:00am - 5:30pm
Sun: 9:00am - 12:00pm


There is parking available at the rear of the clinic.

Public Transport

Birmingham New Street Station is just a short taxi ride from our clinic.
Buses operate up and down Bristol Road, stopping on either side of the Speedwell Road stop, for buses numbered 63, 146 and 886.