Vision Correction Options
All-laser LASIK differs from traditional LASIK in that
no blades are used. Instead, a special laser called a
femtosecond laser is used to create the flap. You’re
less likely to have complications with all-laser LASIK,
and your vision is likely to recover within one day.
Surface treatment (PRK)
In PRK, the thin outer layer of the cornea
(epithelium) is removed and discarded prior to
reshaping the underlying corneal tissue with an
excimer laser. The epithelium repairs itself (grows
back) within a few days.
PresbyMAX is a minimally invasive method for the
treatment of presbyopia using the cutting-edge
technology of the SCHWIND AMARIS eye laser
systems. The entire treatment takes only a few
minutes, the ablation itself only a few seconds. Rapid
laser pulses are used to model the cornea highly
precise and create a perfectly smooth surface.
Multifocal / Trifocal intraocular Lenses
This implant gives patients a better chance to enjoy
clear vision at all distances with maintained contrast
sensitivity and lower visual disturbance. This lens
enables patients to switch naturally between all
distances. This lens is used in cases of presbyopia,
cataract, myopia and hyperopia
Phakic lenses (STAAR VISIAN ICL)
Phakic implantable contact lenses (ICLs), are
implantable contact lenses that are surgically
inserted into the eye where they provide excellent
quality of vision with predictable and stable results.
ICL is able to correct high degrees of
nearsightedness up to -20 and may be performed in
patients who are not candidates for LASIK.