Technology info

1.Pre-treatment examination
Before your treatment, we carefully examine your eyes to ensure that the laser treats your refractive errors in the best possible way. Since all eyes are unique and have different types of irregularities and refractive errors, it is important to make an individual data analysis of how the light refracts in your eye.

2. Treatment
a) Asphalt abberation
In aspiration of the artery, the image breaks into the outer surface of the eye instead of the center of the cornea, which gives a certain imaging error. There are different variants of imaging errors, but the most common is the aspheric. The laser also poles the outer edges of the cornea after the specific eye curvature.

b) Wavefront
Treatment with wavefront technology means that a topographic image is taken from the eye to see the unevenness of the cornea. The topographic image that appears in the data analysis then accurately controls the laser beam and polishes the irregularities.

LASEK (Laser Epithelial Keratomileusis) or ELIS (Excimer Laser Subepithelial Ablation), as the method is also called, is a further developed form of the proven laser treatment method PRK. The difference is that with LASEK you can even more carefully remove the corneal surface layer (epithelium) and then reinsert it after laser treatment.

LASEK combines the safety of traditional PRK treatment with several of the benefits of the popular LASIK method but without the disadvantages or risks of the PRK method or Lasik method.