Cataract Surgery Luton
The Cobham Clinic at Luton and Dunstable Hospital, is a small and friendly private patient unit. Experienced consultant ophthalmic surgeon, Mr Venki Sundaram, regularly performs cataract surgery at the clinic.
Services available at the clinic…
Cataract surgery at the Cobham Clinic, Luton involves three stages:
- Initial consultation
- Follow-up appointment
You’ll see Mr Sundaram for an initial appointment at the clinic, where he’ll carry out some eye tests and measurements. You’ll have the chance to talk about any problems with your eyesight and discuss any concerns you may have. Mr Sundaram will explain what treatment is best for you, how it works and what you can expect afterwards.
If treatment is needed, we’ll book you in. Many procedures, such as cataract surgery, are short operations, so there is usually no need to stay overnight at the clinic.
Following surgery, you’ll be asked to come back to the clinic within a few weeks for a follow-up appointment. At this appointment, Mr Sundaram will give you a check-up to make sure your eye is healing properly.
Many patients are understandably nervous about visiting the clinic, so we do everything we can to make your time here as comfortable as possible. On arrival, you’ll be greeted by the clinic’s friendly reception staff, who will make you feel at home. They’ll check all your paperwork and show you to the ward.
Most ophthalmic patients do not need to stay overnight, but for the time you are with us following your procedure, you will be given a comfortable private room with deluxe facilities, including an en-suite bathroom or wet room with complimentary toiletries and towels. If you are bringing someone with you, they are welcome to wait in your room while you have the procedure.
Mr Venki Sundaram
If you’re looking for a highly qualified ophthalmic surgeon to perform cataract surgery, you’ll be in safe hands with Mr Sundaram. A skilled expert who has performed thousands of cataract operations, Mr Venki Sundaram specialises in this procedure, especially in people with retinal conditions.
Just as importantly, he understands the importance of good bedside manner. Like the rest of the team at the Cobham Clinic, he’s friendly and approachable and will take care to answer any questions and explain every aspect of the procedure to you.
“Mr Sundaram was thorough, caring and considerate – both operations went smoothly.”
An initial consultation costs £2,552.
Cataract surgery with Mr Sundaram in Luton costs from £2,322 per eye. We’ll confirm the price following your first appointment as this can vary depending on the type of lens used and each individual insurance company.
How to get to the clinic
The Cobham clinic based at Luton and Dunstable University Hospital is easily reachable from Luton, Dunstable and the surrounding areas. We’re right next to the M1, Junction 11.
The address is:
Luton and Dunstable University Hospital
Get in touch
If you’d like to know more about treatments in Luton, feel free to get in touch for an informal chat. We can help you by answering any questions you might have. Or if you’re ready to take the next step, contact us to make an appointment with Mr Sundaram.