Laser Eye Surgery Today
Laser eye surgery is now safer, faster and more accurate than ever before. The technology used is now so advanced that it really IS the best time to go ahead with surgery if you have been considering it in the past. There are of course two main questions people have always asked – ‘Is it safe?’ and ‘What will the results be?’. The upshot of medical advances and improvements in technology have meant that people leaving Focus after treatment often say the experience is life changing. Imagine jumping into the warm sea on a holiday abroad and still being able to see your surroundings in crystal clear vision – for many still wearing glasses or contact lenses this is still a dream.
Our Surgeons Mr Dave Allamby and Mr Ali Mearza. We also welcome Mr Allon Barsam to the surgical team.
Safety has always been our priority at Focus – we simply must ensure that for every single treatment the highest standards and expertise are adhered to. As such we choose the most advanced but proven technologies, lasers and scanners. Our results are borne out of this attention to detail and now 100% of our Z-LASIK patients can see with 20/20 vision. It has taken many years to arrive at the point we’re at now where we can achieve these sort of results.
Whilst laser eye surgery has been a safe procedure for over ten years it is only in the past few years that we have seen such exceptional results. Previously vision treatments offered good results but with some side effects such as halos or glare. With our built in Wavefront customised treatment for every single patient we are now able to eliminate these previously unwanted side effects and our modern Germany and Swiss-made lasers are the best in the world ensuring we only have the most advanced possible solution for our patients.
Ongoing research and development in partnership with laser eye clinics has allowed the procedures to rapidly advance so that the groundbreaking surgeries such as the all laser Z-LASIK are now available.
Results are continually monitored and examined in relation to the settings used on our lasers (Known as nomograms). These results are then compared to worldwide data fed in from other clinics so that fine tuning of the laser profiles is possible leading to even more accurate results for our patients.