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Cirugía Láser Ocular

Ocular Laser Surgery

  • Sanitas Ocular Laser Surgery

    WHAT DOES OCULAR LASER SURGERY CONSIST OF?

    Refractive surgery modifies the curvature of the cornea so that the rays of light focus properly on the retina, achieving a clear vision without the need for glasses.

    Corrects myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism with total security now for € 679 per eye.

    We conducted a preliminary study consisting of various ophthalmic and ophthalmic tests in order to obtain the necessary information to determine if the patient is suitable for eye laser surgery and the type of procedure we are going to use.

    Ocular laser surgery begins with the application of an anesthetic eye drop (drops) and with the immobilization of the patient's eyelids to prevent blinking.

    TYPES OF LASER SURGERY

    After the intervention, the patient remains at rest in the clinic for about 15 minutes, after which we perform a first review. We will explain again the treatment to be followed and what it can and can not do. Once this time has elapsed, the patient leaves the clinic with a good visual capacity, which will allow him to travel to his home by his foot, although our recommendation is that he be accompanied by a family member.

    At this time, the patient will see better than before operating without his glasses, although he will notice the visual improvement from the next day.

    PEOPLE SUFFERING MYOPIA, ASTIGMATISM OR HYPERMETROPIA

    The image that reaches the eye undergoes a process known as refraction and is projected onto the retina, thus allowing the image to be transmitted to the brain and be clearly perceived; It is what happens in a normal eye. When the eye has a refractive error, the image is projected abnormally, which implies an altered perception of the image, and therefore blurred vision. The refractive effects that we can suffer are:

    BENEFITS OF OCULAR LASER SURGERY