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Why Sydney Eye Clinic

The Sydney Eye Clinic is one of Australia’s leading laser eye surgery and cataract surgery centres.

Our medical team has helped patients improve their vision since 1996.

We have clinics at 2 convenient locations in Brookvale and Darlinghurst.

What procedures do we offer?

Every eye is different and it is important that your vision is properly assessed before an appropriate treatment plan can be discussed.

Some of the more common procedures undertaken at the Sydney Eye Clinic include:

At the Sydney Eye Clinic, we believe in making laser eye surgery and cataract surgery affordable and accessible for all.

Using only the best technology and techniques available, we offer an all-inclusive price for laser eye surgery, from just $1,688 per eye.

We offer advance modern cataract surgery with no gap fees for all insured patients. No gap fees for Veterans card holders and discount pensioner rates.

Convenient payment options are also available.

Laser Vision Correction

From getting a referral to surgery to recovery – here is how it works.

Referral

Referral letter addressed to Dr Ilan Sebban from your GP or Optometrist. You can search for a GP near you on 1800bulkbill.com.au.

Consultation

A complimentary consultation at any of our 2 clinics in Sydney to determine your suitability. For interstate patients we offer same day assessment and surgery.

Treatment

Once your suitability is confirmed you can book in for an Advanced Surface Laser that is performed at our Darlinghurst Clinic every Friday.

Recovery & Clear Vision

After the surgery you will have a soft contact lens bandage for 3 days to help with the healing process. You can resume your normal work in 4-5 days.

You’re in safe hands

Dr IIan Sebban
MB, BS (Hons), M Med Sc (Ophthal), FRANZCO, FRACS
Ophthalmologist – Cataract and Refractive Eye Surgeon

Helping you improve your vision is very important to us. With over 25 years’ experience, the Sydney Eye Clinic specialises in treating numerous eye conditions, from long and short sightedness through to cataracts and glaucoma. Before undertaking treatment, we want to ensure our patients are well informed about how the eye works, their conditions and all the treatment options available.

“We understand that we will only ever be as good as our last surgical procedure. That is why we are passionate about constantly pursuing the best possible outcome for our patients.”

For over 25 years Dr Sebban has been constantly evolving his practice, refining his surgical techniques and screening processes, and ensuring his patients have access to the latest technologies and procedures.

Common conditions

Everyone will notice a change in their vision at some point in time.

In fact, some eye conditions are far more common then you might think.

Glaucoma

Glaucoma is responsible for many cases of blindness every year.

Long sightedness

People who are long sighted usually have problems viewing objects that are nearby.

Short sightedness

A condition wherein clear sight is only possible at short distances.

Astigmatism

Astigmatism is a common condition that can be successfully treated.

Presbyopia

Presbyopia or aging vision is a natural process that comes with age.

Glaucoma

Glaucoma is responsible for many cases of blindness every year.

Long sightedness

People who are long sighted usually have problems viewing objects that are nearby.

Short sightedness

A condition wherein clear sight is only possible at short distances.

Astigmatism

Astigmatism is a common condition that can be successfully treated.

Presbyopia

Presbyopia or aging vision is a natural process that comes with age.

Cataracts

Cataract is the progressive clouding of the normally clear lens of the eye.

Pterygium

A Pterygium can affect eyesight and cause other annoying symptoms.

Diabetic Eye Disease

People with Diabetes are most at risk of developing diabetic retinopathy.

Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration is a leading cause of vision loss among people over the age of 65.

Higher Order Aberration

Higher order aberrations generally cause difficulties seeing at night, at dusk and at dawn.

Cataracts

Cataract is the progressive clouding of the normally clear lens of the eye.

Pterygium

A Pterygium can affect eyesight and cause other annoying symptoms.

Diabetic Eye Disease

People with Diabetes are most at risk of developing diabetic retinopathy.

Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration is a leading cause of vision loss among people over the age of 65.

Higher Order Aberration

Higher order aberrations generally cause difficulties seeing at night, at dusk and at dawn.

Contact Sydney Eye Clinic

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Need payment options?

We have payment options for Laser, PreLEX and Cataract Surgery.