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Laser Eye Surgery Blog

Should I wait for a better procedure to be developed? What’s on the horizon?

We all know the feeling when you come out of the store incredibly satisfied with your purchase: It’s the latest and greatest on the market, with the most cutting edge technology, so you’re told. You’re content, and for several weeks you happily go about using your new vehicle or product, bragging at any opportunity about how great and revolutionary it is. That’s until one day you notice a particular story in the news or an advert on the T.V., “Introducing the new… Read more

Should I wait for a better procedure to be developed? What’s on the horizon?

Asia Cornea Society

Bali, July 2016, and it’s the first session of the 29th Asia-Pacific Association of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons annual meeting: the Combined Symposium of Cataract and Refractive Societies (CSCRS). The world’s leading eye experts from the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) and the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS) convene for a mastermind meeting focused on eradicating the problem of ageing eyes. This year the aim of the CSCRS, which acts as “an academic forum for the different… Read more

Asia Cornea Society

Approaching middle age: Surgery for presbyopia

No matter how much we try, we can’t deny the part of getting old that involves acquiring unknown symptoms, strange illnesses, and age related diseases. The medical industry like to attribute terms to these feelings to make us feel extra special—arthritis, osteoporosis, hypertension. Once diagnosed with these, we enter into an exclusive group. The motto for the group might as well be, “Oh it’s a natural part of ageing, I’m afraid there’s nothing we can do.” So while our minds generally continue to… Read more

Approaching middle age: Surgery for presbyopia

Laser Eye Surgery For Ageing Eyes

Professor Dan Reinstein, expert laser eye surgeon and Medical Director of London Vision Clinic, explains how age affects our eyes and how Laser Eye Surgery can turn back the clock: “Your 30s are a peak time for the eyes because your prescription stabilises, your eyes are not dry and are healthy. But from 38 to 48, there’s a big change and you start needing to hold things closer or farther away from you to read. That’s your first wake-up call to ageing… Read more

Laser Eye Surgery For Ageing Eyes

Can I Have Laser Eye Surgery if I Have A Retinal Hole or Macular Hole? [video]

The macula is the part of the eye that provides us with the sharp, central vision we need for things like driving, reading, and seeing fine details. You may never know or need to know it exists. That is, unless it goes wrong and you start to have problems with one of its above functions. As a small break in the macula — which sits in the centre of the eye’s light-sensitive tissue, the retina — a macular hole can cause you… Read more

Can I Have Laser Eye Surgery if I Have A Retinal Hole or Macular Hole? [video]

PRESBYOND® Laser Blended Vision: A revolutionary treatment for presbyopia

First available in the UK at London Vision Clinic, PRESBYOND® Laser Blended Vision is an innovative treatment for ageing eyes which was pioneered by Professor Dan Reinstein. Presbyopia literally translates as ‘old eye’. Unfortunately, ageing affects the eye just as it affects every other part of the body. Starting in early middle age, the lens inside the eye begins to lose its ability to change shape ‘zoom’ from distance to near and back. As we can’t avoid ageing, nobody is immune to… Read more

PRESBYOND® Laser Blended Vision: A revolutionary treatment for presbyopia

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