LASIK Laser eye Surgery

LASIK (Femto-Lasik) Laser Eye Surgery has been commonly in use for over 15 years. It has become the most widely performed laser method for the correction of refractive sight errors. 

Envision Eye Centre’s Principal Surgeon, Dr John Males is a world-renown LASIK specialist. Together with our welcoming clinical staff we will make sure your LASIK surgery is an anxiety-free process. All LASIK procedures are conducted onsite in our clinic.

SMILE® and LASIK only $6,000^ Woohoo 🙌

^ Only applicable for SMILE® and LASIK bilateral patients at Envision Eye Centre, Park House.

What is the difference between LASIK and Femto-LASIK?

Envision Eye Centre perform the latest LASIK procedure known as Femto-LASIK. With traditional LASIK, a controlled blade (microkeratome) is used to create the flap (a hinged piece of corneal tissue). With Femto-LASIK, a highly precise flap is quickly created with the Carl ZEISS Visumax Femtosecond laser removing the need for a blade.

Carl Zeiss Femtosecond Laser and the SCHWIND AMARIS 750 Excimer Laser

What is involved in the LASIK procedure?

LASIK laser eye surgery step 1

Step 1: Creating the flap

A flap is created with a highly precise femtosecond laser.

LASIK laser eye surgery step 2

Step 2: Folding back the flap

The flap is gently folded back, exposing the inner corneal tissue to be treated.

LASIK laser eye surgery step 3

Step 2: Correct the error

An excimer laser reshapes the corneal tissue, correcting the refractive error.

LASIK laser eye surgery step 4

Step 4: Reposition the flap

The flap is returned to its original position, protecting the eye like a natural bandage.

What are the benefits of LASIK surgery?

Who is suitable for LASIK Laser Eye Surgery?

The following people are a good fit for LASIK surgery:

Who is not suitable for LASIK Laser Eye Surgery?

What are the risks of LASIK laser eye surgery?

LASIK is the most widely performed laser vision correction surgery worldwide with over 10 million successful surgeries completed. With any surgery there are risks although the chances of complications are considered less than 1 in 5000. Risks your doctor will discuss with you are:

Preparing for Surgery

What to expect for your LASIK surgery

Prior to surgery

During the procedure

Post-operative recovery

Free Assessment Offer

We offer a free assessment to help you determine your suitability and treatment options for laser vision correction.