Laser Eye Surgery Manchester
If you are from Manchester or the surrounding area, take a look below for more information on our clinic.
Our Manchester clinic is located just a short walk away from Manchester City Council, right in the heart of the city so very easy to find! A hub for music, it’s worth looking into treatment, to ensure clear vision for all those gigs! Here, you can discuss your options with your optometrist on the day of your consultation.
Want to know more about LASIK? A laser is used to create a small flap on 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.
Want to know more about LASEK? The surgeon begins by administering anaesthetic drops to soften the cells on your eye, which are then moved to the side. A laser is applied to your eye to correct the prescription. The cells are placed back in their original position and the surgeon places a protective contact lens on your eye. Recovery time for LASEK is 3-5 days.
For a more in depth look at each treatment click on the links below.
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.
1 Albert Square
Mon- Fri: 8:30am - 5:30pm
Sat: 9:00am - 5:30pm
Sun: 9:00am - 12:00pm
There is an NCP and G-MEX car park, not too far away from the clinic.
All three train stations (Manchester Picadilly, Oxford Road and Salford Central) are a short taxi ride away from the clinic, or a 10 minute walk.
Several buses stop at St James' Square for buses numbered 36 and 37.