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Troubleshooting in LASIK

Contemporary laser in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) is safe and effective. It remains the dominant intervention in routine refractive surgery for a good reason: predictable results, rapid visual recovery, and relatively simple strategies for revision treatment. Over 95% of patients are...

LASIK for myopia progression

The authors hypothesise that corneal reshaping with refractive surgery could have an effect on myopic progression similar to that of orthokeratology because it results in changes to the central cornea and not to the peripheral cornea. This was a retrospective...

LASEK vs. epi-LASIK for myopia: meta-analysis

Previous studies have produced inconsistent conclusions on the relative benefits between LASEK vs. Epi-LASIK. LASEK uses 20% alcohol to separate an epithelial flap from the Bowman membrane. After ablation, the epithelial flap is repositioned onto the cornea. Epi-LASIK creates the...

Retreatment of myopic LASIK with femtosecond and custom ablation

The purpose of this study was to identify the risk factors for retreatment post laser in situ keratomileusis (LASIK). A retrospective chart review was carried out for a four-year period and all patients who had undergone LASIK at the Boston...

London Vision Clinic: Forefront Refractive Surgery Course: LASIK, Presbyopia Correction & SMILE (Nov)

Advanced course on refractive surgery from London Vision Clinic.

London Vision Clinic: Forefront Refractive Surgery Course: LASIK, Presbyopia Correction & SMILE 1/5 session course

@14:00-19:00 – (1/5) Expert considerations on LASIK and surface procedures. Online course run over 5 separate 5-hour sessions.

London Vision Clinic: Forefront Refractive Surgery Course: LASIK, Presbyopia Correction & SMILE 2/5 session course

@14:00-19:00 – (2/5) Treatment of presbyopia in the absence of cataract. Online course run over 5 separate 5-hour sessions.