Australian Institute of Eye Surgery’s Wavefront LASIK Eye Surgery Treats Higher-Order Aberrations

Posted January 5, 2016 by Eugene_Smith

The Australian Institute of Eye Surgery offers Wavefront LASIK Eye Surgery that treats more than just basic refractive errors. This advanced treatment accurately measures corneal imperfections to treat higher order aberrations.
[Sydney, January 05, 2016] – The Australian Institute of Eye Surgery offers patients an alternative to conventional LASIK eye surgery in the form of Wavefront LASIK Eye Surgery. This advanced procedure, apart from treating basic refractive errors, also treats higher-order aberrations in a patient’s eye.

[b]Specialised Treatment[/b]

The Australian Institute of Eye Surgery explains that patients who wish to undergo Wavefront LASIK Eye Surgery undergo special scanning before the actual procedure. The reason behind this is that unlike traditional LASIK surgery, which simply reshapes the imperfections in the cornea as specified by the contact lenses or glasses, this advanced procedure finds more specific alterations so that the laser reshapes the cornea as dependent on a person’s unique visual requirements.

A more accurate measurement isn’t the only thing Wavefront LASIK eye surgery provides. Because the procedure is more specific, it has the potential to improve how much a patient can see in terms of fine detail and contrast sensitivity. It also reduces the chances of haloes and night glares, which people who undergo traditional LASIK eye surgery often experience.

Ultimately, patients who undergo this procedure attain a greater chance of achieving clearer 20/20 vision or even better. Interested patients may visit the Australian Institute of Eye Surgery’s website for more information on this more advanced form of LASIK eye surgery.

[b]The AIES Experience[/b]

The Australian Institute of Eye Surgery uses Excimer Laser Surgery, the most advanced laser in the industry that surpasses conventional lasers used by other clinics. They explain that it is actually the only laser that provides all features of modern laser technology in one system.

Unlike traditional laser beams, the SCHWIND AMARIS system has a very small diameter, ensuring higher ablation accuracy and smoother surfaces on the cornea.

Another advantage this laser has over all the others is that the system incorporates both static and dynamic cyclotorision. The Australian Institute of Eye Surgery explains that since the eye may rotate during laser treatments, conventional procedures may not offer accurate treatment. The advanced cyclotorsion allows the laser to adjust according to the movements of the eye, allowing for more accurate treatment.

[b]About The Australian Institute of Eye Surgery[/b]

The Australian Institute of Eye Surgery has performed over 20,000 LASIK procedures, and their reputation has already gone beyond Australia and New Zealand, extending throughout Asia, the USA, as well as England and other countries in Europe. Their practitioners’ vast clinical experience has made them the choice of doctors, optometrists, and other tradespeople nationwide.

For more information on their range of treatments, visit their website at
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Last Updated January 5, 2016