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Many people who wear glasses cannot get use to them. Also for those actively involved in the sport they are not comfortable solution. There are many methods of laser vision correction for patients who want to see the world in great details, without the contact lenses or prescription glasses. It allows to restore normal vision for people suffering from myopia (-0.5 to -10.0 Dsph Dsph), hyperopia (0.75 Dsph to 6.0 Dsph) or astigmatism (up to 6.0 Dcyl). The treatment is easy and effective. But not everyone is eligible for surgery. Unstable refraction error is the main contraindication and the age under 21. Before surgery, the patient always passes qualification tests, which usually last from 1 to 2 hours and provide a comprehensive assessment of the health of patients' eyes.
Our partner clinic uses the best and most technologically advanced laser Amaris 750S. This laser ,by German company, operates at a frequency of 750Hz, which gives the opportunity to correct 1 diopter and a half a second. Laser's precision is guaranteed by the individual system that trails the eyeball in six planes. Moreover, while using the laser, there is no need for prior removal of the corneal epithelium- it is completely non-contact mode. Only the beam of the laser is used in the procedure. In the context of laser vision correction there can be distinguished methods such as:
PRK (Photorefractive keratectomy)
TransPRK (Trans-epithelial photorefractive keratectomy)
LASEK (laser keratomileusis subephithelial)
THERAPEUTIC FOTOKERATEKTOMIA (PTK - PhotoTherapeutic keratectomy)
EBK- this method introduced in 2015 is the most natural and safe way to get eye surgery. It ensures precise removal of the entire membrane, without damaging the layers beneath it. It is very important due to the fact that epithelium (contrary to the remaining layers of the cornea) can reproduce and regenerate in a natural process.
The doctor is the one who decides about appropriate method, depending on the result of a patient. The key is to flatten or enlarge the central part of the cornea. The differences are only connected to a different method of procedure preparation. The prices of the mentioned procedures are much cheaper in Poland than in Western Europe. For example, the most modern EBK treatment one will pay 1450 Euro for the two eyes (the price includes the qualification to the procedure).