Opticians Ophthalmic in Exeter
Exeter Business Park
Monday to Friday: 9am - 5:30pm
Saturday to Sunday: Closed
Exeter Eye is a specialist ophthalmic eye clinic treating all eye conditions and offering the very best in patient care and comfort.
With state-of-the-art facilities in Exeter's Business Park (just off the M5), Exeter Eye is easy to access via road, rail or air. We use the most advanced proven techniques and technology, often unavailable elsewhere, to deliver clear vision; often so clear that you no longer have much need for glasses or contact lenses.
Exeter Eye is conveniently located at Admiral House on Grenadier Road within the Exeter Business Park. Our location is close to Junction 29 of the M5 and the A30 towards Exeter Airport approximately 15 minutes from the city centre. From the M5 Jn 29 is t
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At Exeter Eye our ophthalmic surgeons are pleased to use Symfony lens implants – the only presbyopia-correcting extended range of vision intraocular lens (IOL).
At Exeter Eye we offer state-of-the art laser surgery for cataracts with the Femtosecond Laser. This provides a blade-free, highly accurate procedure to patients for the extraction of the clouded lens.
I just wanted to take a moment to thank you and your team so much for successfully and efficiently removing my cataracts and improving my overall vision. As someone with lifelong impaired vision due to considerable short sightedness, I can't believe that I can now see so well without my glasses. I've always said that I envy nothing that others have, except their good vision - now I have that.
I had been thinking about having this procedure for some time, but was nervous at the prospect of eye surgery, especially under local anaesthetic. Mr Quinn advised that general anaesthetic was an option if I preferred it. Huge relief! I had in mind having my distance vision corrected only, as I was happy to use reading glasses for close work. However, Mr Quinn advised that he could offer a technique called blended vision, in which one eye is corrected for distance while the other could be set to allow closer focusing and possibly reading. Mr Quinn was so reassuring that he could get this result, I agreed to this option. I suffered no pain whatsoever after the two procedures, only a little "itchiness" in one eye a few days later. I had been told that this was a possibility, and that it should soon go, which it did. The results are remarkable. As I write this, I can look out of the window and clearly see the houses and trees in the distance. As I look down at my laptop, the keyboard and screen are just as sharp. I use reading glasses only in low light. My expensive varifocals and prescription sunglasses are gone! Having eye surgery is daunting, but I could not be happier with the results. If you are considering having this done, just do it!
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