What's involved with LASIK vision correction surgery?
Laser vision correction surgery, also referred to as LASIK, is a type of surgery used to correct vision problems, including myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. Read More >
Manchester Evening News | Bring Sexy Back with Laser Eye Surgery
If glasses aren't really working for your image or you just don't like wearing them, restore your vision and your looks with laser eye surgery. Read More >
Modern Medicare | Presbyopia: A vision for cure with technology
Presbyopia correction through LASIK laser techniques has really enhanced the hopes of many who do want to get rid of reading glasses as it is a single solution with progressive age. Read More >
LASIK on the Frontlines
An ASCRS Documentary on LASIK in the Military - created to educate the public on the rigors of the clinical research, dedication and discipline that went into evaluating the safety and effectiveness of LASIK under the most extreme, mission critical conditions encountered by the military's elite personnel. Read More >
tctimes | What's new in eye surgery?
Two of the most common elective surgical procedures in the world have benefited greatly from huge strides that have taken place in the last five to eight years. Read More >
OSN | Small-aperture inlay with LASIK shows promise in treatment of presbyopia
A study of 2,000 patients implanted with a small-aperture corneal inlay with LASIK demonstrated high efficacy and safety, along with high patient satisfaction and lowered dependence on reading glasses. Read More >
Laser vision correction can be good for your self-esteem
If you need to wear glasses you may feel they are reducing your confidence levels in social or work situations. Read More >
OSN | Simultaneous LASIK, corneal inlay implantation
According to a large study, simultaneous treatment of presbyopia and refractive error with LASIK and corneal inlay implantation improved vision, particularly in older patients, Read More >
Announcing the launch of the VICTUS™ Femtosecond Laser
personalEYES will be the first Laser Eye centre to introduce VICTUS™ Femtosecond Laser Platform into Australasia for Laser Cataract Surgery. Read More >
MSN Money | Is LASIK surgery worth it?
How does the cost compare with a lifetime of contact lenses? Read More >
Blade vs. Bladeless LASIK
LASIK is a safe and effective procedure that corrects refractive errors such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. After choosing to correct your vision with LASIK, you may wonder if blade or bladeless LASIK is best for your needs. Read More >
Is Vision Correction Surgery Right for Everyone?
While the results of vision correction surgery are usually excellent and can improve people's lives to an amazing degree, unfortunately not everyone can undergo the procedure. Read More >
Typical of medical progress, new procedures are usually inspired by what is learned from older procedures. Monovision LASIK developed out of a need to improve upon an earlier procedure called conductive keratoplasty. Read More >
What Is the Procedure for Laser Eye Surgery and Vision Correction Surgery?
Signing up to have vision correction surgery can be a scary prospect, particularly if you don't know how it's done and aren't sure how to find out about the process. It can be a daunting prospect to know you're going to have surgery but not be sure how exactly it all works. Read More >
Which Laser Vision Correction Surgery is Right For You?
Vision correction surgery can often be an ideal measure for reducing your dependence on eye-glasses. Laser eye surgery can often help to improve vision for many candidates, which can reduce or even remove the need to wear glasses any longer. Read More >
New advances to help presbyopia
AcuFocus is a noninvasive procedure that corrects presbyopia. AcuFocus can be performed on patients who have already had Lasik and has an added benefit of being reversible. Read More >
Bladeless LASIK now at personalEYES
LASIK, the most popular and most widely used procedure for vision correction, has been perfected in millions of successful operations over the past 20 years. Now, with Z-LASIK™, a technologically advanced system is available to bring top-quality LASIK to our refractive practice. Read More >
An update on LASIK from Dr. Kerrie Meades
I have now been performing LASIK eye surgery for over 10 years. It is also about 10 years now since I had LASIK performed on my own eyes. Read More >
Lasik Patients Satisfied Despite Concerns
More than 99% of patients report their quality of life after laser vision correction surgery is as they had expected or better, even though 2% report complications that are frequently or always problematic, according to a national patient survey conducted by the nonprofit Council or Refractive Surgery Quality Assurance (USAEyes). Read More >
US Air Force Approves LASIK Surgery for Pilots
ARLINGTON, Va. - The Air Force has become the first branch of the military to allow aspiring pilots and aircrew members to apply, even if they have had LASIK corrective eye surgery. Read More >
NASA Approves Advanced LASIK For Astronauts
SANTA ANA, Calif. Sept. 21, 2007 / PRNewswire - The National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA) has approved the company's LASIK technologies for use on U.S. astronauts. Read More >
Pioneering outpatient surgery for cataracts
In 1998, Dr Lim Boon Siong, who had some vision problems, was deeply impressed with the success of the LASIK treatment he underwent in Australia in 1998. A year later, he founded VISTA Laser Eye Centre, pioneering the LASIK (laser in-situ keratomileusis) vision correction in Malaysia. Read More >