Paediatric eye care2022-01-14T11:36:55+00:00

Paediatric Eye Care North London

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Paediatric eye care explained

In these toggles we explain what you need to know about paediatric eye care

Paediatric care is for infants and young children who have problems with their vision. We do not give paediatric care to infants under the age of 1 years old.

We use state-of-the-art technology to assess the health of your child’s eyes.

We specialise in treating children with squints (including surgical correction where appropriate) and have experience working with children who have autism, dyslexia, and other learning difficulties.

The assessment of visual development in infants and young children is carried out in a child-friendly environment at our eye clinic in London.

We ensure our young patients have:

  • Friendly doctors
  • Freedom to play
  • Affordable treatment
  • An easy and fun experience
  • Proven praise

How it works

There are 3 easy steps to gaining freedom from contacts and glasses
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Call or send us a Facebook message. We’ll respond to any questions you have.

Number 2
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Book the first step so we can examine your eyes and explain your treatment options.

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Remember how great it feels to have happy and healthy eyes again.

Book a consultation to see how we can help your child

We offer a comprehensive consultation with an ophthalmic surgeon who will examine your child’s eyes and clearly present you with their best treatment options
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About Our London Eye Clinic Experts

Meet the My-iClinic founders, Mr John Bolger and Ms Bola Odufuwa. Two consultant eye surgeons who made it their life goal to make your life better.

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Bola Odufuwa-Bolger

Consultant Ophthalmologist
Clinic Director

Bola Odufuwa is a consultant ophthalmologist at The Royal Free Hospital and My-iClinic. Her specialities include cataract, glaucoma, paediatric, and laser refractive surgery. Bola has had extensive training at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, where she gained expertise in the management of various eye conditions.

Bola Odufuwa’s special interests include optimal refractive outcomes following cataract surgery, non-penetrating glaucoma surgery, and assessment eyesight in children with special needs: particularly dyslexia and autism.

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Mr John Bolger

Consultant Ophthalmologist
Clinic Director

John Bolger is a Consultant Ophthalmologist and Clinic Director at My-iClinic. His specialities include ophthalmology, laser refractive surgery (SMILE, Presbyond, LASIK, PRK, PTK), refractive lens exchange (RLE), cataract surgery, glaucoma treatment and macular degeneration.

Over the course of his career, John Bolger has carried out over 35,000 cataract operations, 20 of which were for eye surgeons. He has also taught over 1500 young ophthalmologists worldwide as they begin their surgical careers.

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