Presbyopia Correction & Refractive Lens Exchange

Welcome to i.Laze

iLase is the refractive surgery and lens implant practice of Prof Mohammed Muhtaseb FRCOphth, Consultant Cornea, Cataract and Refractive Surgeon.

Why choose iLase?

Consultations with Prof Muhtaseb are available in Cardiff Bay, and Mumbles, Swansea.

Prof Muhtaseb is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon in the NHS with special expertise in Cornea, Cataract and Refractive Surgery based in South Wales.

He is Visiting Professor of Cornea, Cataract and Refractive Surgery at the University of South Wales

Prof Muhtaseb holds full specialist registration with the General Medical Council.
He graduated with Distinction from St George’s Hospital Medical School, University of London in 1995 and completed his ophthalmology training in London. He has completed three separate sub-specialty training fellowships in each of Cornea Surgery, Refractive Surgery, and Medical Ophthalmology / Neuro-ophthalmology.

Dr A R, cataract surgery patient.
Lead Manager
“I am delighted with the result of my cataract operation. The only down side is that I can no longer hit my golf ball out of sight”!
Dr A R, cataract surgery patient.
Lead Manager
“I am delighted with the result of my cataract operation. The only down side is that I can no longer hit my golf ball out of sight”!
Dr A R, cataract surgery patient.
Lead Manager
“I am delighted with the result of my cataract operation. The only down side is that I can no longer hit my golf ball out of sight”!

Book Your Consultation Today

To find out how iLase can help you, please contact us via the form below or phone 0800 5 87 67 80 to book an appointment today.

Our Most Popular Procedures

Presbyopia

Presbyopia is a reduced ability of the eye's natural lens to focus at near.

This occurs naturally with increasing age and is mostly noticed as we enter our mid-40s.  Near vision becomes more blurred and we hold material further away to read it.  Soon afterwards we may need to start using reading glasses.

cataract

When the natural lens becomes cloudy with the passage of time, this is called cataract.

During cataract surgery, the natural lens is removed and replaced with a clear plastic lens.

This new lens is usually monofocal, and is best able to focus light on the retina from one distance.

This dependance on reading glasses may be reduced by opting for a multifocal lens implant at the time of initial surgery.

presbyopia correction & refractive lens exchange

Patients that undergo cataract surgery with a monofocal lens implant also need to use reading glasses to see clearly at near distances.

This dependance on reading glasses may be reduced by opting for a multifocal lens implant at the time of initial surgery.

Services

Interest Free Credit!

Car Transfers on the day of surgery

Hotel deals (St David's Hotel)

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