Daniel Gore Laser Eye Surgeon - About Us
Who is Daniel Gore?
Mr Daniel Gore MD is an experienced and highly qualified consultant eye surgeon offering a range of laser eye surgery services in London. He is a registered specialist with the General Medical Council, a Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and an Honorary Clinical Lecturer at University College London. Working at Moorfields Eye Hospital London, world-renowned for ophthalmic care, he is an opinion leader when it comes to laser eye surgery.
Furthermore Daniel Gore is Director of Refractive Surgery, specialising in advanced corneal, cataract and laser eye treatments. In his role as Clinical Lead for Corneal Cross-Linking at Moorfields, he also treats patients dealing with keratoconus and other corneal ectasias.
This means when it comes to Laser Eye Surgery, you will receive only the highest quality care using the most up to date technology. We understand that every client is different so our services are all tailored to your exact needs.
About Moorfields Eye Hospital London
Moorfields was founded in 1805 and is the largest specialist eye hospital in the UK. With its worldwide reputation for excellent clinical care, it is a great choice for Laser Eye Surgery services.
Moorfields’ private division, Moorfields Private, Daniel Gore employs the latest innovations in laser and implantable lens technology for treating a variety of forms of macular degeneration.
At a consultation before your treatment, Mr Gore will discuss with you the most suitable treatment for your exact visual requirements. With Moorfields Hospital, you will only receive the best care with state-of-the-art technology.
About Our Laser Eye Surgery Services in London
We offer a range of Laser Eye Surgery Services, all using the latest technology and applied with great care. Mr Gore will discuss all the details with you beforehand in a consultation.
Read more about our various types of treatment below, or contact us to book a consultation.
Laser Eye Surgery - This aims to improve vision without glasses or contacts. To do this laser eye surgery involves reshaping the cornea to change the focusing of the eye. It can treat short-sightedness, long-sightedness and astigmatism. The two types of laser vision correction are Flap-based treatments (LASIK) and Surface treatments (LASEK/TransPRK).
ICL Implants - This is a method of correcting near-sightedness, far-sightedness or astigmatism by implanting a refractive lens in the eye. It is implanted via a key-hole incision in the eye behind the iris.
PhotoTherapeutic Keratectomy - This is a type of laser eye surgery used for many problems affecting the superficial layers of the cornea. PTK can remove scars, opacities or treat painful recurrent erosions.
Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE) / Cataract Surgery - If you have a cataract, or if your eyes are not suitable for laser correction, you may need a lens replacement. A standard monofocal lens implant will correct your distance vision as clearly as possible. Multifocal lenses help with near vision, although you may still require glasses for some tasks.
You can read our treatment page for more details on the services we offer. Contact Us
For more information on any of the services that we offer, do not hesitate to contact us today. You can also look at our reviews to see what past patients have said about their experience with us.