Eye surgery and treatments

At Spire Claremont Hospital, we offer a range of treatments for common eye problems including glaucoma treatment and cataract surgery.


Related specialties

  • Ophthalmology

Why Spire?

  • Fast access to treatment when you need it
  • Consultants who are experts in their field
  • Clear pricing with no hidden charges

Treatments affecting eye surgery

Our expert ophthalmologists (eye specialists) use some of the latest medical treatments for a range of eye problems, including:

  • Eye disease such as diabetic retinopathy
  • Conditions commonly associated with age such as cataracts and glaucoma
  • Correcting eyesight problems through laser eye surgery

We offer fast access to diagnostic tests and scans, and can often arrange for you to see a consultant within a few days of your enquiry.

Cataract removal surgery

Watch how cataract removal surgery takes place

How cataracts can affect your daily life

Cataracts refer to the clouding of the clear lenses that sit in your eyes and are a common eye condition.

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Optician, optometrist and ophthalmologist: what’s the difference?

Most people will be familiar with their local optometrist and optician, though fewer will have interacted with an ophthalmologist.

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Your vision and driving: legal eyesight requirements and eye conditions that affect driving

Over two-thirds of UK adults aged over 70 hold a driver’s licence.

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Important information about COVID-19 tests

COVID-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service at Spire Claremont Hospital.

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