Treatments for eye conditions

  • Cataracts
  • Lens Implants
  • Glaucoma
  • Retinal & Macular Disorders
  • Squints
  • Corneal Disorders
  • Wet & Dry Eyes
  • Heavy Eyelids

Experts in eye surgery

  • Highly experienced Consultants & Specialist Anaesthetists
  • In-house Optometrist
  • Choice of lenses (monofocal, multifocal & toric)
  • Outstanding clinic and facilities
  • A team that go above and beyond to care for you
  • Over 5000 eye surgeries performed to date
  • Surgery starting from £2,695





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Eye Clinic

At The Edinburgh Clinic we offer a specialist Eye Clinic for fast access to appointments with Consultant Ophthalmologists. If you are an insured patient, with a simple referral from your Optometrist or GP you can access a wide range of private assessment, diagnosis and treatment services, conveniently located close to the City Centre. If you are a self paying patient, you are able to self-refer.

Meet our Ophthalmologists

We have an extensive team of highly experienced Consultant Ophthalmologists who cover a wide range of specialities.


Glaucoma is the most common cause of irreversible blindness. We offer a range of surgical treatment options.

Refractive & Clear Lens Exchange

Refractive or clear lens surgery is when a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon replaces the eye’s natural lens with an artificial clinical lens.

Cataract Treatment & Surgery

Cataract is the name given to the clouding of the lens, which reduces or impairs vision. We offer day case surgical treatment for cataracts.

Vitreo-Retinal Surgery

Vitreo-Retinal surgery treats diseases of the vitreous and retina that are amenable to surgical and other treatments.

Macular Degeneration

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is an eye disorder in which the central retina – the macula – becomes damaged, leading to a reduction in central vision.

Wet & Dry Eyes

Eyes may water either because of too much tear secretion – caused by irritation of the eye, Blepharitis or allergy – or because of a blockage in the tear drainage system.

Other Treatments & Information

See our other eye clinic treatments including: refractive & visual outcomes, Blepharitis, eyelid conditions, eye laser and general eye assessments.