Vision correction lens surgery – sharp vision forever
Vision correction lens surgery is a procedure that can help you get rid of both your near and distance glasses, so you can achieve complete independence of glasses. This type of vision correction is the most commonly performed surgical procedure in the world. Vision correction lens surgery, which takes just 20-30 minutes, replaces your own eye lens with an artificial lens which allows you to see not only distance or near, but also distance and near. The two eyes can be operated on the same day, so you do not have to wait weeks for the surgery on the second eye. The visual acuity improves immediately on the day of surgery, the recovery time is shortened, but a sparing lifestyle is recommended for a few days. Vision will be complete within a few days.
We minimise the chance of any complications to occur by careful surgical preparation. Ask your doctor about these during your first visit and they will be happy to answer all your questions.
For whom do we recommend vision correction lens surgery?
Vision correction lens surgery is recommended over the age of 45, when eye laser surgery can no longer correct vision at all distances. A lifetime solution for those who find it difficult to get used to bifocal/multifocal glasses, or do not want to have to constantly change their distance and near glasses.
Having this detailed and comprehensive eye examination is the first step to a successful vision correction surgery. The test consists of various diagnostic tests and is completely painless.
Based on the examination data, our ophthalmologists determine the eligibility of the patient for laser vision correction. It will be determined which types of treatment are appropriate for the patient in order to achieve the best possible result, which can ensure perfect vision without glasses or contact lenses.
Important information before the vision correction eligibility test
- The whole examination takes about 1.5 hours.
- If you have previous ophthalmological records, bring them with you to the examination.
- To achieve accurate results, we dilate the pupil using eye drops, so you may experience blurred vision after the test. Please avoid driving for 3 hours after the examination.
- Please bring with you a list of any medication that you are taking regularly.
Am I eligible for a vision correction treatment?
Complete our online eligibility test and find out if you are eligible for vision correction with a coupon discount of up to HUF 100,000.
What happens in the days before the surgery?
The medical and nursing team will explain in detail all the benefits, risks and possible complications of the procedure.
A consent form will be given to you to take home with you, so you have ample time to read it and you can call us back with any further questions you might have. By signing the form, you agree to the surgery and that you are aware of its benefits, potential risks and alternatives.
You must have this signed declaration with you on the day of the operation, as it is one of the conditions for the operation.
In the preparatory
The surgery is performed under local anaesthesia.
The introduction of modern surgical techniques, have also further simplified the preparation procedure.
Before the surgery, we instil anaesthetic drops, several times to the eye to numb the eye.
On the day of the surgery, we will ask you some health related questions and if it is deemed necessary, we will give you a mild sedative tablet before entering the operating theatre. As we perform the procedures in our clinic in an aseptic operating theatre, it is mandatory that the patient wears a disposable gown, cap and shoes during the surgery.
Naturally, we provide these for our patients.
What happens during the surgery?
You will be asked to lie down and relax on the operating table. After cleaning the eye and its surroundings, you will be covered with a sterile drape. If you are claustrophobic, please let us know.
Vision correction lens or cataract surgery is performed through a very small incision, only 2.2 mm long. The size of the wound helps us achieve sutureless surgery and has decreased the incidence of infections drastically. Phacoemulsification is carried out with the most technologically advanced equipment, using ultrasonic waves.
During the operation, you can talk to your doctor if you feel you need to, and the surgery is completely painless. It is very important that you do not make any sudden movements with your head. The actual surgery takes about 15 minutes.
After the surgery
After the operation, one of our nurses will see you out of the operating theatre and you will have a chance to rest for a while. Shortly afterwards, you will be allowed to leave and will be given a document summarising the instructions to follow. It is important not to rub the eye in the first few days after the surgery.
Always wash your hands before touching your face or applying eye drops. Do not wash your hair for one week after the surgery and avoid for water to come into your eyes for 2 weeks after the surgery.
The vision may be slightly blurred temporarily after the surgery, because the pupil is dilated, vision may be temporarily fuzzy. Follow up with your doctor is necessary the next day. The operated eye may be sometimes a little red, watery, and temporary stinging may occur. You will need to use two kinds of eye drops in the operated eye, and written information is also provided.
Which lens is the best for me?
With the help of an ophthalmologist, we take specific eye measurements using a series of accurate and reliable computer tests.
This enables us to determine the most suitable lens type and strength for the patient based on the available data, taking into account the patient’s needs and expectations, and their lifestyle.
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