Private cataract surgery from only £1,995 per eye
Are cataracts affecting your life? You are not alone. An estimated 2.5 million people aged 65 and over in England and Wales suffer from some form of vision impairment caused by cataracts.
Cataracts, or the clouding of the eyes natural lens, development naturally as we age, but illnesses such as diabetes and some medications can also contribute to their development.
Regain your independence and get cataract surgery at Practice Plus Group Hospital, Plymouth from only £1,995 per eye. Learn more about paying for yourself.
To learn more about paying for your cataract surgery, complete the contact form or call our dedicated Private Patient Advisors on
0330 058 1779
Six signs you may have cataracts:
- You have cloudy vision
- Your colour vision changes
- You experience glare while driving
- You have difficulty reading
- Your glasses prescription changes frequently
- You experience double vision or the ghosting of images (noticeable in only one eye)
How are cataracts treated?
Cataract surgery is performed under local anaesthetic, and sees the cataract removed and replaced with an artificial lens called an IntraOcular Lens Implant (IOL). The surgery takes around 15 minutes, with most patients able to return home around two hours later. At Plymouth Hospital, we use monofocal lens IOLs, these are the same lenses used in standard NHS procedures.