Presbyond is an innovative laser vision correction surgery that minimises, and in some cases eliminates, the need for reading glasses for patients with age-related loss of near vision. Blended vision or monovision can be achieved.
SMILE Pro laser eye surgery is an innovative laser treatment that is advanced, precise and convenient. It is a minimally invasive procedure, in which the cornea is reshaped for sharper vision.
LASIK eye surgery is a safe, effective, and proven technology for astigmatism and can also correct myopia and hyperopia.
Photo-refractive keratectomy is a type of laser surgery procedure that is commonly used to treat astigmatism, farsightedness, and nearsightedness.
Presbyond is a type of laser eye surgery that focuses on vision correction and reducing the need for reading glasses. Presbyond is often compared to LASIK because of its vast similarities.
The process works by re-profiling your cornea so that both eyes are in an optimal state and that you enjoy the best possible vision.
SMILE Pro is an eye laser surgery method that offers sophistication and precision to patients and has been praised for its ability to eliminate or greatly reduce the need for glasses. This all-laser procedure does not have any flap-related risks as there is no flap.
The results of this procedure remain stable for many years, and this method has been praised for making vision correction possible for candidates who may not be suitable for other methods.
Oasis Surgical is your trusted provider of LASIK eye surgery in Auckland. Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis has become a very popular treatment and alternative to glasses and contact lenses to alleviate farsightedness and nearsightedness.
Some of the benefits of LASIK are that it is minimally invasive, there is no risk of scarring, and there are very few risks. The procedure makes use of cutting-edge computer technology to ensure absolute precision.
PRK eye surgery is another laser surgery method that is offered in our dedicated laser suite at Oasis Surgical. Developed in 1988, this was the first ever laser eye treatment that was used to permanently correct vision.
PRK eye surgery is ideal for patients who do not have thick enough corneas for LASIK. PRK laser eye surgery is relatively simple and can yield excellent results while keeping the corneas intact.