FEMTO - LASIK SURGERY

WHAT IS FEMTO?

The Femto Laser is a low-energy, high-frequency laser (measured in femtoseconds: 1 second = 1015 femtoseconds) and is extremely stable to produce nanoparticles with extremely high uniformity using corneal tissue separation in bile molecular, does not affect nearby tissue.

WHAT IS FEMTO-LASIK?

Femto-Lasik is a refractive surgery method that combines Femto Laser and Laser Excimer technology: First, Femto Laser is used to create corneal flap and then transferred to Laser Excimer system to treat refractive errors. The use of Femto Laser instead of a traditional corneal knife has completely removed the complications while creating the corneal flap, making this procedure completely safe. Because of this superiority, today in developed countries, Femto-Lasik surgery has gradually replaced conventional Lasik surgery.

We only use the VisuMax device, the latest state-of-the-art femtosecond laser by Carl Zeiss Meditec AG for femto-LASIK, since this device offers most advantages. The facts that eye laser surgery using VisuMax is completely painless and no so-called “blackout” is caused as it is in the case of conventional LASIK count among the main arguments for many patients. While the corneal flap is prepared using Visumax, you will see a bright light. The blood flow through the retina is not interrupted. The shaped contact glass (see photo on the right) is considerably more comfortable than a suction ring and does not cause any bleeding into the conjunctiva.

LASIK laser surgery with MEL 90
LASIK is an abbreviation for “laser in situ keratomileusis”. This means a change in form inside the cornea made by the laser. In both methods, LASIK and femto-LASIK, this is performed in the same way, that is by light pulses of a computer-controlled excimer laser that vaporize individual areas of the exposed corneal surface. Modern scanning spot lasers such as MEL80 by Carl Zeiss Meditec allow to give any desired shape to the corneal surface in a matter of seconds and with the accuracy of a micrometer. This is how ametropia can be corrected for myopia - depending on corneal thickness - up to -10 dpt, for hyperopia up to +4 dpt and for astigmatism up to 5 dpt. The only yet important difference between both methods is how the flap is created – manually with a blade (LASIK) or using a femtosecond laser (Femto-LASIK).
 

After the ametropia was corrected using the method of LASIK or femto-LASIK, the corneal lamella is replaced to its initial position. It closes up and does not require stitching.

Advantages of Femto - Lasik:

· Applies to patients with high myopia, disorder
· Create Femtosecond laser flap ensures absolute accuracy, very safe for cases of cornea thin, close, high disorder.
· Compared with traditional Lasik, Femto-Lasik completely eliminates complications during flaping, creating delicate tissue layers on the surface and in the eyeballs to be protected up to a smooth, smooth & accurate cross section.

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