Laser eye surgery is a quick and painless procedure to restore vision so that glasses or lenses are no longer needed.
Laser vision correction describes a number of different procedures. It is used to correct near-sightedness (myopia), long-sightedness (hypermetropia), and astigmatism.
The techniques and type of laser used will depend on the condition to be corrected and our expert laser surgeons will choose the best technique to suit your eyes.
Most people are eligible for laser eye surgery. The best way to find if you are suitable is to book in for a consultation with our surgeons.
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Laser vision correction alters the curvature and therefore focussing of your cornea. Your cornea is the clear dome on the front of your eye, overlying the coloured iris and dark central pupil. You can think of the cornea as the distance lens of the eye.
Whilst every type of eye procedure is different, and every patient is different what every patient has in common is how well the numbing (anaesthetic) drops work to make your eye pain free. You might feel a little pressure on or a little water around your eye. To feel any actual discomfort is rare.
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At Adelaide Eye Surgeons, our aim is to provide all South Australians with the best care for their eyes. We are experts in proven, advanced surgical treatments utilising modern technology. We specialise in cataract, cornea, glaucoma, laser and retinal surgery."
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