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We are delighted to invite you to a special lecture on the treatment of presbyopia, which will take place at LEC London, 163-169 Brompton Rd, London SW3 1PY
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"Life Without Reading Glasses.
Treatment of myopia"
26th of June
LEC London, 163-169 Brompton Rd, London SW3 1PY
Dr. Fadi Kherdaji
Life without glasses
Meet the expert
Surgeon and Medical Director of LEC London
Treatment of myopia
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Dr. Fadi Kherdaji from Lec-London, a member of the Euroeyes Group, will be sharing his expertise on the topic. Please RSVP below to confirm your attendance. We look forward to welcoming you to this informative and engaging lecture.
Why Choose LEC London?
Expert Surgeons
We have more than 30 years of experience in performing refractive and lens surgery in clinics around the world.
World Renowned
LEC London is a part of the acclaimed EuroEyes International Eye Group, with clinics in major global cities.
Industry Leaders
Surgeons at LEC London have completed the most ReLEx smile laser corrections in Europe and are industry experts.
Full Support
Our team of experts can guide you through every part of your surgery journey, from the preliminary consultation through to the aftercare appointments and advice.
Award Winners
LEC London surgeons have performed the most Trifocal Lens implantations worldwide, and the most SMILE Pro operations and ICL implantations in Europe.
Zeiss Technology
We use the specially developed VISUMAX800 laser from Carl Zeiss Meditec for SMILE Pro treatment, for increased precision and reliability during surgery.

At LEC London, we help patients with a number of visual impairments, including presbyopia, myopia, and cataracts. Our team has performed the most SMILE Pro laser eye surgeries across Europe and are experts in the field of refractive surgery.


We offer a full range of treatments at our London clinic, based in the prestigious Knightsbridge neighborhood.

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