Lasik

LASIK is a type of laser surgery to the eye intended to fix disorders with vision. Used for correcting myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism.s one of the newest and fastest ways to correct eye-sight issues. There are many doctors offices and clinics with eye specialists who can perform this procedure without any difficulty.
Procedure
LASIK is generally a preferred alternative to photorefractive keratectomy (PRK), as it is less pain-producing and requires less time to recover completely. Prior to LASIK surgery, the patient's corneas are evaluated with a computerized sophisticated scanning device and a corneal map is devised. This procedure also spots astigmatism as well as additional deviations in the cornea's shape. The eye surgeon operates the lasers, which make all of the cutting. A flap is cut in the cornea using a laser or a blade. Afterwards, an excimer laser remodels the cornea. The laser vaporizes tissue without inducing damage to the eye. Although relatively uncommon, damaging complications could occur with LASIK or any type of eye surgeries.
 

What does that mean for you?

  • More than 18 million people worldwide have chosen this reliable and gentle form of correction for nearsightedness, farsightedness and/or astigmatism up to now.
  • There are significant long-term results.
  • Advantages and disadvantages of the procedure are well known.

    Advantages
  • Outpatient, gentle and painless surgery
  • Short rehabilitation time (only one day off)
  • Generally painless postoperative phase
  • Rapid visual acuity (approx. 60 to 80 % on the first day after the surgery)
  • Good predictability of results