Refractive surgery

Refractive surgery can provide a solution to eliminate the need for glasses or contact lenses. This can be done for nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), astigmatism and/or presbyopia (presbyopia).

Every patient should have a preliminary exam done to determine if they are a suitable candidate and what type of surgery will give them the best results.

For example, laser treatment (like PRK and LASIK) can be an option, or an implantable collamer lens (ICL lens) canbe placed between the iris and the patient's own crystalline lens, or the crystalline lens can be replaced with an artificial lens (refractive lens exchange).

Would you like to know if you qualify for any refractive surgery? If so, call us to set up an appointment.
Please note that you should not wear contact lenses from 2 weeks before the preliminary examination. They may affect the exams.
In addition, eye drops will be put in your eyes on the day of the pre-examination, which causes a very blurred vision. Therefore, we ask that you come with a driver.

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