Custom LASIK is a personalised vision correction treatment, which uses a computerised device called a corneal topographer to measure your individual cornea, examining specific corneal irregularities (called aberrations) and calculating how to best improve your vision.
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At VISTAeyes, we are often asked this question by our female patients.
At VISTAeyes we take the recent Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak very seriously and are taking additional protective measures to ensure the health and safety of our patients, team members and the wider community. We are monitoring the situation closely and will continue to act under the guidelines from the Australian health authorities and RANZCO.
The initial promise that SMILE would provide better visual outcomes, have shorter recovery time and be less invasive to the corneal integrity did not eventuate – writes Dr Rick Wolfe.
Dr Rick Wolfe presents at an Optometry Educational Evening titled “Vision: Quantity and Quality” and explains the latest developments in topography-guided laser ablations and IOL technologies.
Dr Rick Wolfe writes about this year’s AUSCRS conference, held in Queenstown, New Zealand on 17-20 July 2019. The conference, with “Crystal Clear” as its theme, was attended by over 250 surgeons and support staff.
Dr Rick Wolfe recently attended the 8th ForeSight symposium in Hong Kong. On 22 – 23 June 2019, over 300 delegates from the Asia-Pacific region participated in the program, which included inspiring keynote presentations from leading experts, panel discussions, interactive audience response system and 3D videos on cataract surgery…
“The Simple Surgery That Has Changed His Life” – Show and Tell’s Monty Dimond writes about her partner’s LASIK surgery at VISTAeyes.
Monty Dimond recently accompanied her partner, Sam, to his LASIK eye correction procedure at VISTAeyes.
Alcon recently announced that it has acquired Fluid-Based IOL Maker, PowerVision. US-based PowerVision, Inc. was formed to develop fluid-based accommodating intraocular lenses (IOLs) for cataract surgery patients.