Would you like clear vision?

Cataracts are frustrating. You may be finding that driving is difficult especially at night. You may also have blurred vision in the daytime & when reading. Cleaning your glasses doesn’t help & the cataracts just get worse. But the good news is that we can give you clear vision again with a painless, 10-minute eye treatment.

And we can do more than restore clear vision. With advanced lens & laser surgery we can rejuvenate eyes & restore distance & near vision so that you don’t need glasses for driving & reading right here in the clinic in Birmingham.

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What is a cataract?

A cataract develops in the natural lens of your eye as you get older. Your lens is like a window which is clear when you're young but becomes a cloudy cataract as you age. It appears to you as if you're looking through smudgy glasses.

The only way to restore clear vision is to remove the cataract with a quick, painless operation & the focus of your eye can also be corrected at the same time so you don't need glasses to see nearby or in the distance afterwards.

Mark Wevill is a cataract treatment specialist who has been removing cataracts & correcting sight for over 20 years mostly in Birmingham and the West Midlands. When you visit the clinic you'll have high tech eye scans by one of our specialist technicians. Then Mark Wevill will ask you about your needs and recommend a tailored, personalised vision correction treatment for your eyes.

Mark Wevill did his first cataract operation in a remote hospital in South Africa in 1991, then worked in South Africa before coming to Birmingham. He's now done over 10 000 cataract surgery treatments.

He was awarded a Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 1995 & has been awarded further qualifications from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists & the University of Ulster.

He has written textbook chapters about cataracts that other surgeons refer to, appeared on ITV & the BBC & is regularly invited to share his knowledge at international surgeon conferences. And he does charity work at the Good Shepherd Hospital Eye Clinic in Swaziland, Southern Africa.