Patients with may undergo surgery:
- Myopia to -10.0 diopters
- Hyperopia up to +6.0 diopters
- Astigmatism up to +/- 6.0 diopters
Each patient before the procedure is invited to an individual consultation, during which after a series of tests the doctor will determine whether the procedure will bring the desired result and whether it can be safely performed. And after talking to the patient, he will choose the most optimal type of surgery.
In our hospital qualification tests and treatments are carried out by:
professor habilitated doctor of medical sciences
eye disease specialist refractive surgery expert
There are several methods for laser vision correction. The selection of a given method is determined by a specialist doctor for each patient individually based on the type and height of the vision defect, the size of higher order aberrations, age, corneal thickness, pupil width and based on his personal expectations and needs. Technical progress in the field of laser vision correction combined with years of experience gives a chance to safely correct almost all vision defects.
The methods of correction of vision defects with an excimer laser can be divided into superficial and intraocular methods. After superficial procedures, the patient may experience discomfort, photosensitivity and tearing for 2-3 days. Intracorneal methods are more invasive but the corneal healing process is faster.
After the procedure, a contact lens is put on the eye, which is a dressing.
The choice of correction method is made individually for each patient after qualifying examination and interview.