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The best present: a handwritten thank you note from a happy patient!

Book your cataract surgery today.

See more at www.lasereyesurgerybirmingham.com/treatments/cataracts
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DRIVERS STOPPED BY POLICE FOR EYESIGHT TESTS

Police are stopping motorists & checking their sight. If you can't see a number plate at 20m your driving licence may be revoked immediately. Poor eyesight can develop gradually so get your eyes checked in case you need glasses or have a condition such as a cataract.

If you need glasses & don't want to wear them, or if you have cataracts come & see us for a thorough eye examination with high tech scanners & we'll advise you about the most suitable treatment for correcting your vision, be that advanced laser eye surgery, cataract surgery or lens replacement with the latest high tech lenses. Laser eye surgery is great for younger people & lens replacement is a better option when older especially for reading vision. Modern high tech lenses can free you from needing glasses for reading, driving and day to day tasks. These precision treatments using state of the art technology are very safe & not having to bother with glasses is a big plus for many people.

Consultant surgeon Mark Wevill has personally carried out over 20,000 vision correction procedures, so for more information visit: www.LaserEyeSurgeryBirmingham.com, get your eyes assessed & don't worry about police roadside eyesight checks!

Or read more about it in BBP Media #78
www.bbpmedia.co.uk/publications/business-post/midlands/birmingham-business-post-edition-78.html
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2017 SASCRS CONFERENCE

Mark is one of the international invited speakers at the 2017 South African Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery Conference in Durban. Surgeons from the USA, Europe & the east, including Mark shared exciting new research about understanding the causes of presbyopia (ageing of the natural lens requiring reading glasses) and treatment of it. And new corneal cross-linking techniques to treat a thinning condition of the eye called keratoconus were revealed.

#SouthAfrica, #Cataract, #RefractiveSurgery, #Presbyopia, #ReadingVision
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You'll need laser eye surgery if you don't want to look silly wearing Snapchat Spectacles over your own glasses.

The camera lens on the top right of the glasses records 10 second videos which can be downloaded or shared to Snapchat on your phone app. The light on the top left turns on when recording to alert people who don't want to feature in your video. And it is charged by its case.

They're available online for £129.99 or from funky vending machines known as "Snapbots". The Snapbots have a video screen that lets you virtually try out different colours and usually appear in a location for a day. There's one near the London Eye and other locations can be tracked online, so watch out Birmingham!
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"You could not be in better hands ..."

Read the rest of the review & others at:
www.iwantgreatcare.org/doctors/mr-mark-wevill
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Thanks for the shout @SeaSwimHeather & hope u have a fab summer with your new eyes!
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EYE TRANSPLANTS?!?
Yes, eyes have been transplanted and they work. Unfortunately it's ony in tadpoles. Eyes removed and transplanted into the tadpole's tails were able to see. And it's possible because of neural regeneration. Nerves which are cut can grow again and link up to make an organ function again. This is exciting news for spinal and brain injury patients and people who have lost limbs. We still don't understand enough about this exciting field, but we're learning.

Read more at: www.lasereyesurgerybirmingham.com/news/entry/eye-transplants
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Turner painted "Rain, Steam and Speed – The Great Western Railway" when he was in his late 60's and was developing cataracts. When cataracts form the lens turns yellow. Blue and green colours are absorbed by the yellow lens, don't pass through it and aren't seen well. This famous Turner picture hanging in the National Gallery is mainly in browns, oranges and yellows.

Pauline isn't a famous painter but watch the video to hear her talk about how wonderful colours after cataract removal. and replacement with a clear, new lens: https://youtu.be/xv7llW9F9qE

Or click here to read more about cataracts: https://lasereyesurgerybirmingham.com/treatments/cataracts
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Thanks to the Sikh Channel for your invitation to talk about eye health. We hope your viewers enjoyed it!

www.LaserEyeSurgeryBirmingham.com
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Our eyes are precious so it is important to look after them therefore the words ‘eye’ and ‘surgery’ in the same sentence can sound terrifying…

However, this shouldn’t be the case. Watch here to see how eye surgery could improve your life. http://bit.ly/2mCCDz3

www.LaserEyeSurgeryBirmingham.com
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