Laser vision FAQs

Lasik vision correction surgery is the safest yet effective procedure in Ophthalmology. Complications from LASIK eye surgery are extremely rare, estimated to be less than 1 percent.
FDA approved LASIK for anyone 18 years or older, but since adult vision is typically at its healthiest from age 19 to 40, people within this range are perfect candidates.
Laser vision correction is an alternative to eyeglasses and contact lenses that can help you see better, naturally. The concept behind laser vision correction is reshaping the front of the eye (Cornea) to change its focusing power. These elegant procedures are safe and effective with the right patient.
Laser eye surgery, or laser vision correction, involves using lasers to reshape the front surface (cornea) of your eyes so you’re your eyes focus better. It can correct short-sightedness, long-sightedness, and astigmatism.
The cost of vision correction varies according to the condition and the technique used for the treatment, generally cost range from 1,000 euros to 2,500 euros.
LASIK (Laser In-situ Keratomileusis). Makes up 90% to 95% of all laser vision correction surgery. Ilajak Medical seeks the best options for you according to requirements and expectations.
PRK (Photorefractive Keratectomy) is a laser eye surgery that corrects refractive vision errors by changing the cornea shape. The cornea is responsible for refracting light toward the center of the retina, and refractive errors happen when the shape of the cornea causes the refraction to be off-center.
The specialist who correct vision problem with spectacle lenses is called: Optometrist.