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    LASIK Surgery Abroad

    Treatment Description

    What is LASIK eye surgery?

    Laser correction of vision defects has been used for several years as a permanent method allowing you to eliminate the need to wear glasses or contact lenses.

    The essence of the LASIK treatment is the accurate modeling of the shape of the cornea of ​​the eye in such a way that the rays entering the eye are focused and form a clear image. Laser beam parameters are programmed individually for each eye based on the data collected during the research interviews of the patient.

    What does the treatment look like?

    LASIK – Laser in-situ keratomileusis – is a method of vision correction which allows the patient to return to normal life even on the next day after surgery, as visual acuity is achieved after a few hours, and the healing of the eye is usually not accompanied by pain.

    The indications for laser vision correction surgery are:

    • myopia, hyperopia or astigmatism of more than 2 diopters,

    • defect associated (eg myopia with astigmatism)

    • big difference of defects in both eyes

    Vision correction treatment is particularly suitable for people:

    • who have professions, which require the full visual acuity (Police officers, drivers, athletes)

    • in which the size of the defect makes it impossible to function without corrective lenses

    • who for various reasons cannot wear contact lenses or glasses

    To perform the laser vision correction procedure the eye defect must be stable, i.e. constant for the last six months, and patients aged between 21 and 50.

    Contraindications for LASIK surgery are:

    • glaucoma,

    • cataracts,

    • degeneration and retinal changes,

    • corneal defects (eg a cone), sustained traumatic corneal

    • active inflammatory eye of a bacterial

    viral or autoimmune

    • dry eye syndrome

    Risks

    LASIK wye surgery is considered safe and carrying little risks. Many years of clinical studies show a small percentage of intraoperative and postoperative complications, which stands at about 1% of cases.

    Side effects may include:

    • Over-correction or incomplete correction.

    • Reduction of visual acuity with optimal alignment defects.

    • irregular astigmatism.

    • Inflammation of the cornea.

    • corneal clouding (haze).

    • Drying of the corneal epithelium.

    • An increase in intraocular pressure associated with the use of steroid preparations.

    • Weakening of contrast vision in low light.

    • The effect of glare (harsh light in the dark).

    Prices

    The prices stated are estimates taken based on todays exchange rates of GBP and EUR. Upon dental consultation an exact quote will be given taking into consideration all details of the Patients treatment. The destination where you choose to receive your treatment small Affect the overall cost of your treatment.

    Treatment Time

    LASIK surgery is performed with the patient is under local anesthesia and usually takes about 10 minutes to complete.

    After Treatment

    After surgery, the patient is discharged to the postoperative room, where he remained for 2 – 3 hours. He should have closed your eyes, do not tighten and do not rub eyes. At the earliest after 30 minutes. slit lamp is controlled by positioning the corneal flap. The patient is instructed on the use of prescribed drops and asked to make themselves known to follow-up the next day.

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