Laser Vision Correction
FemtoLasik - Standard
FemtoLasik is performed using femto- and excimer lasers. Femtolaser forms a protective "cap" on the surface of the eye, while excimer laser corrects the refractive error. This procedure is characterized by minimal discomfort after the procedure and fast visual recovery. The patient returns to normal activities the next day.
Topography-Guided FemtoLasik with Contoura Vision Technology
The shape of the eye surface is unique to everyone like fingerprints. Contoura Vision technology allows each patient to undergo customized laser vision correction based on his/her individual topographic data. As a result, so-called higher-order aberrations caused by congenital surface irregularities are minimized and better quality vision is achieved, especially at night.
TransPRK for Complex Corneal Disorders
This procedure is performed using the excimer laser only. We choose TransPRK in cases when the patient has thin cornea or any other contraindications of FemtoLasik. TransPRK is characterized by more discomfort during the first 2-3 days. Vision rehabilitation is slightly longer in contrast to Lasik.
For complex corneal disorders like Keratoconus, Pellucid Marginal Degeneration, corneal scars etc., Topography-Guided TransPRK is offered. The procedure allows us to reshape the corneal surface, minimize myopia and astigmatism and achieve better quality of vision in contrast to glasses and contact lenses.