Tag: excimer laser

Bladeless LASIK vs. LASIK

Search for information on LASIK vision correction surgery, and you’ll soon discover there is a large amount of information out there. And unfortunately, some of it can seem quite complicated. That is especially true when you begin to study the pros and cons of traditional LASIK surgery and the newer “bladeless” LASIK, also called all-laser […]

Lasik Vision Corporation Announces Significant U.S. Expansion and Technology Update.

Business Editors VANCOUVER, B.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb. 8, 2000 Lasik Vision Corporation (CDNX CDNX See Canadian Venture Exchange (CDNX). :LSK LSK Lillestrøm SportsklubbLSK Law Society of KenyaLSK Left Soft Key (handheld electronic devices)LSK Luchtstrijdkrachten (Dutch)LSK Line Select KeyLSK Leapseconds Kernel .) announced today the first phase of its Year 2000 United States expansion. Lasik Vision Corporation, through […]

Braverman Eye Center Now Brings Advanced Vision Correction Method of Lasik Eye Surgery to Fort Lauderdale

Hallandale Beach, Florida (PRWEB) January 21, 2014 With a view to help patients in getting improved eyesight, Braverman Eye Center now brings advanced vision correction method of Lasik Eye Surgery to Fort Lauderdale. Performed by highly experienced and practiced surgeons of this premier Eye Center, the LASIK surgeries are performed with full caution using the […]

Types of Laser Surgery Following Cataract Surgery: Lasik, PRK, YAG Laser

Many people wonder if they may need “Laser surgery” after they have had cataract surgery. In fact, many people actually confuse cataract surgery for “Laser surgery.” Actually, modern cataract surgery does not usually involve lasers at all. Instead, a microscopic ultrasound instrument (phacoemulsification probe) is used to break-up and remove a cloudy lens in a […]

LASIK Vs. PRK

With each passing day, more number of people are getting laser eye surgery done, but a lot of them are confused about which treatment to opt for. For the uninformed, there are two major types of laser eye treatments, namely LASIK, which stands for laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis and PRK, which stands for photo refractive […]

Scripps Clinic’s Dr. Friedlaender Encourages Laser Vision Correction Candidates to Carefully Consider All Available Options Before Undergoing Surgery.

SAN DIEGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Aug. 3, 1999– Dr. Mitchell Friedlaender, head of the Division of Ophthalmology at Scripps Clinic, believes that far too many patients hoping to get rid of their prescription glasses and contact lenses, fail to review all available options before choosing to undergo laser vision correction. Dr. Friedlaender currently offers his patients both LASIK […]

What Is Astigmatism?

Astigmatism is a condition where the cornea has an irregular shape that causes problems with vision. The cornea, the clear covering of the lens and iris, serves as a protection to the eye and helps transmit light thru the eye. The cornea is normally spherical in shape, but those with astigmatism may have their cornea […]

Lasik Vision Correction

Lasik Vision Correction is the eye surgery performed for correcting the myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. This is a technique that have been used mid 20th century, with the improvements on laser technology it’s getting more common. The Lasik Vision Correction is done in a three phase surgery. A flap is created on the patient’s eye […]

Accuwave – Best in Laser Eye Surgery

The origins of laser surgery of eye started in Russia through the observations of Dr Fyodorov who studied changes in a patient’s refraction following an accident that caused corneal lacerations. From this study he developed a predictable way of changing refraction through radial keratotomy. The limitations in radial keratotomy led to more research into how […]

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