What Can PRK Surgery Treat?

Mr Glenn Carp – “With PRK we are able to treat all refractive errors.  We are able to treat the full range of myopia, astigmatism and long-sighted treatments, hyperopia.  However, it is less predictable for hyperopia when compared to short-sightedness, myopia and astigmatism.”

PRK Surgery Explained Further…

PRK can correct of a full range of conditions, including myopia, hyperopia, presbyopia, and astigmatism. PRK eye surgery was introduced in the 1980s, and has successfully transformed the vision of millions of people. Since the early 1990s, it has evolved into what is now known as advanced PRK, or Advanced Surface Ablation (ASA).


Mr Glenn Carp discusses what PRK surgery can treat.

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Great attention, support and aftercare. After 7 weeks following PRK, blended vision procedure, vision is variable. Reading is very good – middle distance is not quite there yet – although some glimpses of how it is likely to be. No pain involved in procedure and only minor discomfort on days.– Jane Ward


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