Minimization of vision problems caused by refractive errors

For clear vision, the cornea and lens should bend so that light rays are focused rightly on the retina which is nothing but a layer of light sensing cells that line the back of eye. This retina converts the light rays into impulses that are sent to the brain where they are sensed as images. Now, if the light rays do not focus on the retina, then image may appear blurry. This is known to be refractive error. These errors can be minimized by using eye glasses, contact lens or even refractive surgery.

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The various refractive errors that end in vision problems include

Myopia
Hyperopia
Astigmatism
Presbyopia
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Refractive errors

  • Generally, refractive errors are caused due to improperly shaped eyeball, lens or cornea. Some types of refractive errors include myopia in which only nearby objects are clear, hyperopia in which far away objects are only distinct, astigmatism in which images appear blurred even if they are near or far and presbyopia is a condition that occur in ages between 40 and 50 and makes it more difficult to view objects that are very close.

  • In Advanced Custom Wave front LASIK allows for further customization of the standard LASIK procedure, thus resulting in clearer and sharper vision. If you have a high prescription, thin corneas and larger pupils, then Advanced Custom Wave front LASIK is best suited for your eyes and its needs. We have highly experienced surgeon to ensure the best possible vision results.

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Important constraints to be considered before LASIK surgery

There are some important constraints to be considered before using LASIK eye surgery for correcting your vision in a better way. The constraints are as follows;

Advanced LASIK eye surgical procedures

People are selecting LASIK eye surgery for vision correction since it reduces the dependency on eye glasses and contact lenses and thus help to regain an active lifestyle.

In standard LASIK, a surgeon uses a precise flap-making instrument, to create a thin flap of corneal tissue. This flap is raised and laid back still attached to the cornea. The surgeon then uses laser to remove a pre-determined amount of corneal tissue from the exposed amount of cornea.

The amount of tissue to be removed is calculated based on the preoperatively determined power of your eye. These measurements are made based on prescriptions from your glasses and contact lenses.Collagen bonds form within the cornea around the edge of the flap, sealing it after few days.

In Advanced Custom Wave front LAS+IK allows for further customization of the standard LASIK procedure, thus resulting in clearer and sharper vision. If you have a high prescription, thin corneas and larger pupils, then Advanced Custom Wave front LASIK is best suited for your eyes and its needs.