The following patients had Multifocal Lens Implants for their cataract surgery:
Dr Chan was very helpful prior to both of my eye operations and afterwards. Good communication and always responded to any questions I emailed etc.
Thank you Dr ChanAnnon
I was very pleased with the very professional and knowledgeable care from Mr Chan for recent cataract surgery (trifocal lens replacement). I was diagnosed with early onset cataracts (mid-40s) with high myopia. Dr Chan provided excellent care, ensuring I understood the procedure and possible side effects. The operations were successful and it has been quite literally life changing to not require glasses or contacts after 35 years! Mr Chan has provided thorough follow-up care. The service provided at the Shawfield Hospital was really excellent. I’d recommend Mr Chan to anyone requiring eye surgery.SarahA-1006
Pre-operation information well prepared and presented, with excellent nurse attendance pre- and post-operation. Patient made comfortable and reassured. Successful surgery and the feeling of being in good hands. All in all, a very satisfactory experience.Mr C. F.
My appointment was made to see Mr Chan at fairly short notice at end of 2020 and I was extremely happy to see him for my consultation within 2 weeks of appointment being made. I subsequently saw him again to have both my cataracts removed and replaced within 1 month of original appointment. All of the services he provided was entirely to my satisfaction and should it be necessary to see him further I would have no hesitation in doing so.Mrs M. S.
I was referred to Dr Jonathan Chan following being diagnosed as Intermittent Angle Closure in both eyes by my optician.
Dr Chan following confirmation of my condition acted swiftly to reduce the risk to my vision whilst buying some time prior to lens replacement surgery.
I cannot express enough how completely satisfied and delighted I was in the speed of care and personal attention Dr Chan has given me. He was available 24/7 when I had any concerns. His knowledge, manner and professionalism is absolutely first class. He talked through every step of the process ensuring I had a full understanding of all of the procedures. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Dr Chan to any of my friends or contacts as he is a wonderful Ophthalmic Surgeon which I have been very fortunate to meet during this very unexpected and worrying part of my life .Mrs H. B.
Since the operations the whole world is brighter looking forward towards my gardening and lawn bowls in several weeks.Mr D. P.
Can’t thank Dr Chan enough
From the moment I picked up the phone to enquire about operations at Spire Healthcare to the completion of my two operations I received excellent care and attention.Mrs M. J.
Thank you Dr. Chan, Nurses and Administration staff. All was completed within one month.
Mr R. had a history of high myopia (high short-sightedness) and astigmatism and since early childhood had been wearing strong prescription glasses. His vision deteriorated gradually over the previous year and breached DVLA driving standards. He underwent successful bilateral cataract surgery with special multifocal lens implantation under local anaesthetic. He is now totally glasses-free with no correction required for either distance vision (e.g. for driving), mid-range vision (e.g. computer work) or close-up vision (e.g. for reading). He is extremely happy with the outcome of his surgery and with the experience and management of his care.MR J. R.
Mr McD is a farmer who came to see me because his deteriorating vision was causing him difficulty driving his tractors on the farm. He underwent successful cataract surgery with multifocal lens implants and was very pleased with the resulting unaided vision of 6/5 distance vision and N4 reading vision.MR J. McD.
Mr F is a retired pensioner with a history of optic nerve damage from past treatment for a pituitary tumour. He had recently developed cataracts and subsequently failed his driving test. He underwent successful bilateral cataract surgery with multifocal lens implants which resulted in very good vision and enabled him to regain his driving licence and his independence.MR E. F.
Mrs W. had developed dense cataracts in both eyes and her poor vision was depriving her of her enjoyment of reading and watching television. She underwent successful bilateral cataract surgery with multifocal lens implantation and now is glasses-free and once more enjoying her hobbies and her daily activities.MRS A. W.
Mr W. L., had his reading vision compromised by the development of cataracts in both eyes and the latest glasses from his own optician were not helping. He had successful bilateral cataract surgery with multifocal lens implants and was very happy with the visual outcome.
The following patients had Monofocal Lens Implants (i.e. this corrects distance vision only and so reading glasses are required even after successful surgery).Mr W. L.
MRS S. had developed cataracts in both eyes. She had a history of a divergent ‘lazy eye’ during childhood, which, in spite of squint surgery and patching treatment elsewhere, retained poor vision. As the visual potential of that eye was poor, she underwent cataract surgery with implantation on her fellow eye. This resulted in a very good visual outcome on her only ‘good’ eye and she was extremely happy with the surgical outcome.MRS F.S.
Mr C. had a very complex ophthalmic history which included dense cataracts, glaucoma and pseudoexfoliation syndrome. He was also on oral Tamsulosin medication (for his bladder problem) and this drug is known to increase the risk of surgical complications during cataract surgery. He underwent successful bilateral cataract surgery with implantation and was very pleased with the visual outcome.MR R. C.
Mr M. was originally referred to me for deteriorating vision in the right eye which was thought to be due to lens capsule thickening following right cataract surgery in another unit a few years previously. During my examination, I found that the cause of his poor vision in the right eye was in fact a retinal detachment and referred him immediately for retinal surgery. After his recovery from this, he underwent cataract surgery on the fellow eye. This also corrected his high myopia and he is now glasses-free for distance and is very happy with the visual result.MR E. M.
Mrs S. had a longstanding history of poor vision in both eyes due to macular degeneration. Her local eye department had actually discharged her and had recommended for her not to have cataract surgery because her visual prognosis was very poor due to the macular degeneration.
I discussed with her at length how, although the macular degeneration appeared advanced, the cataracts were also very dense and on balance, there was a good possibility of some visual gain following cataract surgery. She decided to proceed with bilateral cataract surgery with implantation and is now extremely pleased to be able to see 6/9 unaided distance vision.Mrs J. S.