Premium and Affordable Eye Surgery
Cataract surgery from £2500.00 per eye 
12 months interest free payment plan available
Terms and conditions apply

Scotland leading Cataract and Laser Eye Surgery Provider

The lens inside your eye can become cloudy and hard, a condition known as a cataract. Cataracts may cause blurred vision, dulled vision, and a change in spectacle prescription, sensitivity to light and glare, and/or ghost images.

Surgery is the only way to treat a cataract. If you don’t have surgery, your vision loss from the cataract will continue to get worse, but your eye will not usually come to any harm. The goal of cataract surgery is to correct the decreased vision that was caused by the cataract. During the surgery, the eye surgeon removes the cataract and puts in a new artificial lens called an intraocular lens (IOL).

I perform the surgery through a micro-incision. The incision is so small that it does not need any suturing. The cataract is removed with one of the most advance systems currently available

The lens implant power is calculated prior to the surgery by means of advance diagnostic tests. Each Person is unique, and the lens selected for you, will depend upon your requirements, lifestyle and the unique features of your eye. Lenses are available to treat astigmatism (toric lenses), short sightedness, long-sightedness and for those who wish to see in the far distance, middle distance and up close (trifocal lenses).

Laser cataract surgery

Laser cataract surgery is the most recent technological advancement in cataract surgery. In traditional cataract surgery a blade is used to manually create an incision in the corneal and front of the natural lens. The rest of the surgery is done by use of ultrasound energy. In laser cataract surgery a sophisticated laser beam performs the above stages of the surgery. There are only a few surgeons in U.K who are trained and able to use this laser equipment. BMI Ross Hall is the only eye hospital in Scotland which can provide this service.

Intraocular lenses available:

  • Monofocal (corrects distance vision)
  • monofocal toric (corrects distance vision in patients who also have astigmatism)
  • multifocal (corrects all distances and therefore you don’t need to wear any form of glasses after the surgery)
  • multifocal toric (corrects all distances for patients who also have astigmatism and therefore you don’t need to wear glasses after the surgery)

Useful information videos

Laser cataract surgery with LenSx system
Panoptix Multifocal lens
Verion sophisticated orientation system

NEW COMMENTS

“If you are thinking of having cataract surgery please think about going private and avoid waiting lists. I have just had surgery carried out on both eyes and the difference is unbelievable. I attended Ross Hall eye centre and had my surgery done one week apart.The dedication of all the staff was excellent and the follow up excellent. Doctor Nabili even phoned me at home the day after my surgery to ask how I was getting on. As a very apprehensive patient, I was put at ease by staff.

In conclusion I can now see without glasses for the first time in 30 years. Just do it”.

“I chose the multi focal tonic lenses when my cataracts were near the limit for driving. The operation was to my surprise pain free and took only fifteen minutes. Within a day my sight was virtually fully transformed and after six weeks the healing process is complete. I had no idea how life changing these lenses would be and would recommend them over standard lenses every time if possible. I now have 20 20 vision and have no need for glasses for the first time in thirty years. My night vision is very good with only very slight rings sometimes visible around strong lights such as headlights”.

Ewan Buchanan

“I have had recent surgery to have cataracts removed from both eye and everyone in the unit made me feel very comfortable and Dr Nabili did an excellent job and I can honestly say I felt very little discomfort during and after the operation and can ow read and watch T.V with no glasses. It is amazing and I would just like to say a big thank you to everyone in the Scottish Eye Unit”.

Bilateral cataract surgery with Zeiss Trifocal Lenses

I am a friendly, local and experienced NHS surgeon who treats all of his patients with great respect, dignity and compassion. All my patients are given my own direct phone number after surgery. I believe that private eye surgery with a consultant of your choice should also be affordable and accessible to as many patients as possible. I work with all major insurance companies and have access to interest free payment schemes for self-funding patients.

Contact

Address:
Ross Hall Braehead Clinic
Kings Inch Place, Renfrew PA4 8WF

Phone:
For all booking and general inquiries, please contact Heather on 07301 237076 or email us at heather@eyesurgeonscotland.com or Dr Nabili at nabili@eyesurgeonscotland.com

For any clinical emergencies, please contact Dr. Nabili on 07970 673660

Business Hours:
8am – 6:30pm
Monday to Friday