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Femtolasik The Femtolasik introduces femtosecond laser technology to ophthalmology. Femtolaser technology makes Lasik even safer and more accurate. It is used in a LASIK variation called Femtolasik to create... Read More

FemtoSmile Lasik

Femtosmile is the latest technology in vision correction to treat nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. The procedure is totally ‘flap-less’, and involves a tiny incision being made... Read More


LASIK is the most commonly performed refractive surgery procedure. A wide range of myopia, Hyperobia, and astigmatism can be corrected by the LASIK procedure. It is... Read More

Transepithelium (TransPRK)

This new technology is used to correct vision errors such as myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. The SCHWIND AMARIS laser system provides a sophisticated approach to carry... Read More


  One of the newest procedures in vision correction is Epithelial Keratomileusis (Epilasik). Epilasik is similar to LASIK, but the flap is created in using a... Read More


LASEK (laser epithelial Keratomileusis) is a relatively new procedure that is technically a variation of PRK. It is also called epithelial LASIK or E-LASIK.  LASEK is... Read More

Phakic IOL

Implantable contact lenses, known as phakic intraocular lenses (IOLs) to ophthalmologists, are presently being investigated as another refractive procedure. Phakic IOLs hold promise as potentially a... Read More

Normal Vision

Eye Structure The individual components of the eye work in a manner similar to a camera. Each part plays a vital role in providing clear vision.... Read More

Hyperopia or Farsightedness

Hyperopia or Farsightedness Hyperopia, or farsightedness, is a common vision problem, affecting about a fourth of the population. People with Hyperopia can see distant objects very... Read More


Astigmatism Normal Vision Astigmatic Vision Astigmatism is the most common vision problem. Astigmatism may accompany nearsightedness or farsightedness. It’s caused by an irregularly shaped cornea. There... Read More


During middle age, usually beginning in the 40s, people experience blurred vision at near points, such as when reading, sewing or working at the computer. There’s... Read More

Intacs (Intracornial Rings)

Intacs is a recent and revolutionary corneal ring prescription insert that is entirely reversible. Thus, patients who elect to have Intacs are not “locked in” to... Read More