Dr Rick Wolfe writes about the different types of LASIK procedures currently available in Melbourne and explains how to decode them.
At this year’s annual AUSCRS conference, which was held virtually on 23th October and attended by over 180 eye surgeons and support staff, the theme was “AUSCRS Code to Success – What’s new in the virtual world?”
Dr Rick Wolfe was recently pleased to be invited to present at two of the four APAC Virtual Refractive Summit webisodes, which were hosted throughout September 2021. The webisodes were launched by Alcon, in collaboration with Oftalmo University and attended by refractive surgeons globally.
We’ve been amazed by the recent images and audio of NASA’s Mars Exploration Program. Interestingly, over the decades NASA’s scientists and engineers have been responsible for many inventions and technological breakthroughs that help us here on Earth too! But, did you know that LASIK technology also originated at the space agency?
COVID-19 Update: Stage 4 Restrictions – we are open for limited eye care services. We take the 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 very closely and will continue to act under the guidelines from health authorities and RANZCO.
In a recent article titled “Exceeding Expectations in Refractive Surgery: CSO MS-39 AS-OCT”, published in the mivision journal, Dr Rick Wolfe writes about his clinical experience with this new technology at VISTAeyes Laser Eye Clinic.
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.
VISTAeyes Laser Eye Clinic is OPEN for consultations and laser eye surgery. We are monitoring the COVID-19 situation very closely and will continue to act under the guidelines from the Australian health authorities and RANZCO.
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.