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Age
Visual defect

First assessment

What benefits or results can I hope for? How can I know if I am a good Candidate? I decide to make an appointment and get an expert opinion...

All these questions will be answered during the first assessment. An appraisal will be carried out to assess all the different surgical options, the techniques used, the benefits as well as the risks and potential complications.
The goal of refractive surgery or eye laser surgery is to reduce a patient’s dependence on glasses or contact lenses, to give a better quality of vision and to hopefully improve the general quality of life.
Such newfound vision lets you rediscover outdoor activities be it sporting or professional. It is the freedom to wake up and see or drive without the need for glasses. This first visit also provides the chance to see whether or not you meet all the criteria to undergo and benefit from refractive surgery.

Age
You must be more than 20 yrs old. The necessary characteristics are rarely evident between 18 and 20. Vision must be stable in particular for myopia. Between the ages of 20 and 25 it is preferable that the myopia has not declined or changed in the last 18 months. After 25, one year of stability is normally adequate.
Whether or not you are eligible for surgery will be determined at the end of the first assessment once you have undertaken both visual and corneal examinations.

Contraindications
Pathological corneas, inflammation of the eye, ocular dryness, certain illnesses (unstable diabetes, inflammatory rheumatism) are contraindications and mean that you will not be eligible for surgery.
Pregnancy is also a temporary contraindication for this surgery.

Personal Diagnosis
All the benefits of surgery are outlined and weighed against the potential risks to guide and help you to make the best informed decision.
A decision which could give you a new life with new vision.

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