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EuroEyes launches flagship laser eye clinic in London

EuroEyes, a leading global provider of laser eye surgery, has announced a further expansion, opening a new clinic in London.

The state-of-the-art facility, based in Knightsbridge, offers cutting-edge solutions to liberate individuals from glasses, contact lenses, and reading glasses.

The clinical team, led by Dr. Fadi Kherdaji, will also specialise in treatments which help patients suffering with myopia, presbyopia and cataracts.

High-profile patients who have already undergone successful surgery at the clinic include British artist Alexander Talbot Rice, famous for painting King Charles. Other key figures include internationally recognised author Jo Sparkes.

The EuroEyes team has over 30 years of unrivalled expertise in refractive surgery, made up of distinguished doctors and surgeons committed to delivering unparalleled care and outcomes to their valued patients.

On average, each EuroEyes surgeon provides 1,000+ surgeries per year and is recognised among the most experienced eye surgeons in Europe.

“We’re proud to formally launch our flagship new clinic, bringing state-of-the-art laser and lens eye surgery services to London. Our team has decades of experience and expertise, giving patients a tailored and precise service, restoring their sight and changing lives,” said Dr. Fadi Kherdaji, Medical Director and lead surgeon at EuroEyes UK.

EuroEyes International Eye Group has additional affiliate groups worldwide, including locations such as Hamburg, Berlin, Beijing, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Munich, Shanghai, and Shenzhen.

Dr. Jørn S. Jørgensen, Founder and CEO of EuroEyes said: “We’re very proud to announce the opening of our new London clinic, bringing over 30 years of clinical expertise, cutting-edge technology and international experience to the capital. Every eye is different, and our team of surgeons develop tailored services that reflect the needs of the patient, transforming their vision and improving lives.”