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The latest and most advanced procedure in refractive surgery,

NanoRelex® redefines your LASIK experience - ensuring safety and faster recovery.

 

 

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Our treatments

Following LASIK experiences more than 25 years and international standard ISO 9001 accepted by ophthalmologists and patients worldwide, our highly skilled refractive surgery specialists and staff aim to achieve the best result for you, our patient.
PRK
PRKPhotorefractive Keratectomy

PRK treatment is carried out as an outpatient procedure. PRK stand for Photo Refractive Keratectomy. This technique was once very popular due to its effectiveness in treating myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. The technique is very similar to LASIK, but the keratectomy by microkeratome is unnecessary. The surgeon will gently remove the outer layer of cells (skin) from the surface of your cornea with a hand-held instrument before treating your eye with the laser. You will hear the laser make a faint clicking sound. The whole process takes less than 15 minutes and the laser treatment itself is very brief-typically lasting for no more than 45 seconds. It is a more desirable method for patients with a thin cornea.

However, the recovery time of PRK is longer than LASIK and there is a greater risk of infection, corneal haze. Steroid eye drops must also be used for longer time and close observation and checkups are required.

PRK Treatment Process
  1. The surgeon will prepare to remove the epithelium
  2. The epithelium removed according to the calculation
  3. Excimer Laser is used to reshape the corneal curvature and thickness and needed.
  4. The contact lens is place on the eyes to prevent irritation that could happens in a few days after the treatment
PRK Treatment Process
Useful Knowledge

Eligibility Criteria for LASIKShow More
Individuals seeking freedom from glasses or contact lenses, and those who wish to avoid the inconveniences of eyewear dependence
Individuals seeking freedom from glasses or contact lenses, and those who wish to avoid the inconveniences of eyewear dependence
All LASIK candidates must be 18 years or older. It's recommended to wait until the eyes have reached maturity and stability for optimal and lasting results
All LASIK candidates must be 18 years or older. It's recommended to wait until the eyes have reached maturity and stability for optimal and lasting results
An individual without corneal disease, particularly keratoconus or thin cornea, or any condition that may impede wound healing
An individual without corneal disease, particularly keratoconus or thin cornea, or any condition that may impede wound healing
Pregnant women are ineligible for LASIK treatment due to hormonal fluctuations and body changes
Pregnant women are ineligible for LASIK treatment due to hormonal fluctuations and body changes
Patients over 40 may still require reading glasses despite undergoing full correction for nearsightedness
Patients over 40 may still require reading glasses despite undergoing full correction for nearsightedness
Individuals with a thorough grasp of LASIK surgery benefits and potential side effects, and who hold realistic expectations for the results
Individuals with a thorough grasp of LASIK surgery benefits and potential side effects, and who hold realistic expectations for the results

How to prepare for the complete eye examinationShow More
How to prepare for the complete eye examination
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Before your preoperative examination, please ensure: Soft contact lenses are removed 3 days prior to your appointment. Hard contact lenses are removed 7 days prior to your appointment.
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Due to the blurry vision that results after the dilatation of the eyes, it is recommended that the patient be accompanied by a relative or close friend. Dilation because the eyes to become extremely light sensitive and the patient might not be able to drive a vehicle after dilating the pupil.
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Bring a pair of sun glasses is recommended.

* The reason is that wearing contacts lenses, for a long time, could change the curvature of the cornea, therefore the refraction have changed as well. Not wearing contact lens, for a while, will cause the shape and the curvature of eye to revert back to its natural shape, enabling us to get more precise data of the cornea.



Preparation steps prior to treatment initiationShow More

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Avoid wearing soft contact lenses for a minimum of 3 full days and hard contact lenses for at least 7 days
Avoid wearing soft contact lenses for a minimum of 3 full days and hard contact lenses for at least 7 days
Avoid applying makeup, particularly near the eyes
Avoid applying makeup, particularly near the eyes
Avoid the use of sprays and perfumes, as they may interfere with laser equipment during procedures
Avoid the use of sprays and perfumes, as they may interfere with laser equipment during procedures
If feasible, wear a shirt with front buttons. Prior to the appointment, ensure to bathe and tidy hair thoroughly
If feasible, wear a shirt with front buttons. Prior to the appointment, ensure to bathe and tidy hair thoroughly
It's recommended to have a friend or family member accompany you to provide assistance in returning home following the appointment
It's recommended to have a friend or family member accompany you to provide assistance in returning home following the appointment
Preparation steps prior to treatment initiation

Location
Laser Vision International LASIK Center

49/5 Laser Vision Building Ratchadaphiseak 48 Alley Ratchadaphiseak Rd. Ladyao Subdistrict Chatujak District Bangkok 10900 Thailand