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Infinity Eye Clinic provides private eye care in Harley Street. Our experienced Consultants handle all aspects of General Ophthalmology and specialise in Cataracts, Glaucoma and Oculoplastic disorders. You will enjoy courteous, personalized medical attention and an exceptionally high level of care.
Trusted & Reliable Ophthalmologists
Why Choose Us?
Our Consultant ophthalmic surgeons specialise in glaucoma treatment, cataract surgery, and eyelid problems. Assessment of your eye condition will include a thorough examination and any necessary special tests, many of which can be performed conveniently in-house.
Top-Notch UK Surgeons
Our Consultant surgeons are among the highest-level ophthalmic surgeons available in the UK. Trained at Moorfields & centres of excellence both within the UK and internationally, our ophthalmic consultant team offers a combination of experts, focussed on the best quality eye care, not found in any other clinic.
Focussed on Quality
Your eyesight matters & often cutting cost means reducing quality. Personalised treatment plans, state-of-the-art technology, highly-qualified ophthalmic surgeons and carefully tailored aftercare is an investment worth making.
Consultant Eye Care
All our consultations are personally delivered by our Consultant surgeons, offering tailored care from the start, ensuring that you are kept up to date and informed throughout your visit.
We are equipped with state-of-the-art ophthalmic instruments & machines. We have spared no expense in providing the best technology available to undertake your eyecare.
Treatable Ophthalmic Conditions
A cataract is an opacity of the natural lens of the eye. This causes blurred vision because it prevents light from entering the eye. Most cataracts develop because of natural aging. Cataracts can be removed to restore vision. For most patients, the treatment of choice is a minimally-invasive procedure, called phacoemulsification, which lasts about 30 […]
Glaucoma is a disease of the main nerve of the eye that causes irreversible loss of vision. It is usually associated with an excessively high pressure within the eye. In its early stages, glaucoma affects peripheral vision and may go unnoticed. However, in its later stages, it can also affect central vision, affecting the ability […]
A chalazion, also known as a meibomian cyst, is a firm round lump in the upper or lower eyelid caused by a chronic inflammation or blockage of the meibomian gland. It can sometimes be mistaken for a stye. It can become acutely infected, otherwise it may settle by itself. It could cause eyelid tenderness, and […]
Red eye is one of the most common eye conditions. Inflammation of almost any part of the eye, including the lacrimal glands and eyelids, or faulty tear film can lead to red eye. Because there are many potential causes requiring differing treatments, a successful outcome depends on correct identification of the underlying cause.
A wide variety of problems can affect the eye and surrounding structures. Ophthalmologists are qualified doctors who have special training in diagnosing and managing eye problems. All our Ophthalmologists are experienced Consultants who are registered as Specialists in the UK. Ask our friendly team about your eye problem. Whether it’s an urgent issue or something […]
Direct Contact with Ophthalmologists
All our Consultants are highly-qualified Ophthalmologists who are registered as Specialists in the UK. They are focussed on excellence in eye care and offer treatment plans that are carefully tailored for every individual. With decades of combined professional experience, our friendly and efficient team will look after you all the way.View Our Team
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