Laser vision correction, or laser eye surgery, offers an alternative to glasses or contact lenses by using advanced laser technology to correct common vision problems such as myopia (short-sightedness), hyperopia (long-sightedness), presbyopia (age-related reading vision problems), and astigmatism. The procedure is simple and aims to improve eyesight permanently.
During your consultation, we will talk about your eligibility for laser eye surgery. At your initial appointment, a thorough evaluation of your eyes, including eye scans and an eye health examination, will be performed.
We offer a complimentary email consultation to evaluate your eligibility for Laser Eye Surgery.
Our services include a comprehensive eye examination and consultation, PRK/LASEK surgery, post-operative check-ups and round-the-clock support from a dedicated patient coordinator. The price listed excludes the pre-operative eye examination and optional services such as accommodation, transfers.
Our services include a comprehensive eye examination and consultation, LASIK surgery, post-operative check-ups and round-the-clock support from a dedicated patient coordinator. The price listed excludes the pre-operative eye examination and optional services such as accommodation, transfers.
The surgery itself was quick and painless, and I was out of there in just ten minutes. Thank you!
I was able to correct my vision at a cost that was only half of what I would have paid in the UK.
The clinic and facilities were state-of-the-art. I am plessed with the outcome of the surgery.
In individuals with perfect vision, light rays travel through the eye and converge on the retina. However, when there are bumps or unevenness on the cornea, the light bends, leading to vision problems such as myopia, hyperopia, presbyopia, and astigmatism. Laser eye surgery works by using a laser beam to smooth out these corneal imperfections. By doing so, the light can now focus directly on the retina, resulting in improved vision. As a result of the procedure, your vision becomes clearer and sharper.
Here are some of the benefits of laser eye surgery
Is it possible to undergo lens replacement surgery in Prague if I live abroad?
Is it possible to correct astigmatism with laser eye surgery?
Can I schedule my laser eye surgery in Prague soon?
What happens if I move my head or eyes or look away during the laser eye surgery?
How do I manage to keep my eyes open during the laser eye surgery?
Is cataract surgery, cataract treatment or lens implantation also possible after an eye laser correction?
Is the visual defect 100% corrected during the laser eye surgery?
How long should I not drive a car after the laser eye surgery?
How long should I avoid applying make-up after laser eye surgery?
How long should I not exercise after laser eye surgery?
What happens in the first days after laser eye surgery?
Experience seamless and hassle-free Laser eye surgery abroad in Prague with our expert team. Located in the heart of Europe, Prague is easily accessible from any European country, with most flights taking just an hour. Our patient coordinators will guide you through the entire process, from your first consultation to organizing your accommodation, flights, and surgery, and even providing complimentary airport and internal transfers.
Certainly, laser eye surgery is an excellent choice to rectify astigmatism. In the majority of instances, individuals who undergo laser treatment to correct their corneal curvature experience an improvement in their visual acuity, surpassing that which was achieved with glasses or contact lenses prior to the surgery.
Ready to see clearly? Book your Laser eye surgery with us in Prague in as little as 1-3 weeks.
Laser ensures your safety during the treatment. The eye tracker system constantly monitors your eye movements throughout the entire procedure, effectively compensating for even the slightest shifts or terminating the laser if necessary.
Numerous patients are concerned about this particular query, but the solution is relatively straightforward. An eyelid retractor is used during the treatment, which keeps the eyelids open. Consequently, any accidental closure of the eyes is effectively prevented.
Undoubtedly, following an eye laser correction procedure, additional eye surgeries are still feasible, such as cataract treatment, cataract surgery, or lens implantation.
The laser used in the procedure is exceedingly precise. Therefore, depending on the initial refractive error (the level of ametropia), a visual impairment correction of up to 100% can be achieved. Although not all refractive errors can be optimally treated, laser correction is generally successful in the first attempt for eligible patients (97%). In cases where residual refractive error remains, follow-up treatment or minor visual aids, such as those used for car journeys, can provide a correction.
For many patients, their visual acuity typically stabilizes within the initial week post-surgery, allowing them to resume driving. However, if you have any uncertainties or concerns, it is recommended that you consult your physician.
Following the laser treatment, it is advisable to refrain from applying makeup for approximately four weeks. For guidance on when it is safe to resume applying makeup, it is recommended that you consult with your physician.
From the second week post-operation, light sports such as jogging are permissible, whereas swimming should be avoided for up to 4 weeks. Sports that exert more significant physical strain should be delayed until further recovery. When participating in outdoor sports, it is prudent to wear protective eyewear or sunglasses to safeguard your eyes from wind and rain.
As every healing process is unique, we offer comprehensive support to our patients following the operation. It is imperative that you strictly adhere to your physician's instructions, particularly regarding the proper use of eye drops, which is essential for a speedy recovery.