Dr. Kerrie Meades, the Chief Medical Director of personalEYES, is pleased to announce that personalEYES offers bladeless LASIK procedures to our patients.
During World Glaucoma Week (8 – 14 March, 2015) you can Beat Invisible Glaucoma in families by hosting the B.I.G Breakfast.
Have you heard the name Kerrie Meades? If you haven’t, you’ve almost certainly heard of laser vision correction.
Freedom from glasses and contacts. Of all the senses we possess, one of the most valuable is our eyesight.
As seen on the ABC News, eye surgery patients will be able to heal more quickly following the development of a new treatment which reshapes the cornea.
Macular degeneration is still the most common form of vision loss in Australia and will affect most Australians at some stage in their life.
Bladeless surgery relies on the use of lasers for the LASIK corrective eye surgery and is a safer and more accurate procedure which allows for rapid healing.
The Crystalens® advantage – Unlike standard cataract replacement lenses, Crystalens lenses correct your cataracts and give you back your full range of vision.
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. Dr Kerrie Meades reports
The first corneal transplantation of its kind in the world has successfully been performed, signalling a major breakthrough for eye surgeons.
Intraocular lens improves vision in first patients in ongoing clinical trial
Google have recently unveiled their latest invention, the futuristic Project Glass. The device is an augmented reality head-mounted display with smart phone-like capabilities.
Technolas Perfect Vision TPV has now developed a new femtosecond laser procedure, known as CUSTOMLENS™, for performing the key steps in the cataract surgery procedure.
The Spectralis™ HRA+OCT is the world’s first commercial spectral domain optical coherence tomograph combined with laser angiographya spectral domain system.
Glaucoma continues to be one of the least well understood eye diseases of all – however 2014 was a good year with a number of research breakthroughs.
More than 1.7 million Australians living with presbyopia are set to benefit from the launch of Australia’s first laser eye treatment.