PRK - the completely safe procedure
LASIK - the comfortable procedure
IntraLASIK - the safe and comfortable procedure

Laser is used directly on the surface of the cornea. PRK vision correction surgery is recommended for refractive errors of under minus 4 dioptres.

Its advantage is that it is exceedingly safe and its outcomes are outstanding. Its disadvantage is that the first three postoperative days are quite uncomfortable, sometimes even painful. Returning to work takes 4-8 days.

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Laser is used in the completely insensitive layers under the surface of the cornea to correct vision. In order to do so, these layers must be accessed. In the traditional LASIK procedure, a mechanical tool called microkeratome is used to cut a protective flap in the cornea to get to the insensitive layers. The advantage of the traditional LASIK intervention is that not only the surgery, but the postoperative stage is also free of any severe discomfort or pain. Vision stabilizes fast, so returning to work is feasible within 1 or 2 days.

Its - rare - disadvantage is that the flap created with the mechanical microkeratome may have complications.

Please note that because we place our patient's safety on the first place, we do not offer LASIK surgery only IntraLASIK that is completely safe.

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Its safety comes from a technological novelty not used in the traditional LASIK procedure, which is that the protective flap is not cut by human hand or a mechanical tool, but computer-controlled special femtosecond laser equipment. The cutting of the protective flap is planned by a computer and performed with the amazing accuracy of the laser, with a precision of one thousandth of a millimetre.

The computer plans the ideal protective flap for every patient individually, and a special laser is used to create this ideal flap, which fits perfectly when folded back and is secured extremely fast and permanently.

Advantages of IntraLASIK:

complete safety
complete painlessness
extremely fast results

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