LASIK Wavefront (Custom LASIK) is a a personally tailored laser eye surgery. It is a quick, painless and very precise laser eye treatment. The protective corneal flap is created with femtosecond laser and the ZEISS MEL 80 therapeutic excimer laser works on the basis of a digital map of the eye created with aberrometer. This full laser blade-free method delivers great results and quick healing.
LASIK is a great solution to get rid off contact lenses and glasses. It is available for most prescriptions. Patients can return to work within 48 hours.
A local English speaking representative will be available to help you before, during and after your treatment (even with transportation and accommodation booking)
You can read more about the experience of our patients on an independent server Trustpilot where we currently score:
I had both lens replaced in March 2018 and I cannot believe what a difference it has made.
I had the trifocal lens because I wore contact lens but still needed glasses for reading and varifocal glasses when I wasn't wearing my contact lens, now I don't need any of these which is lovely, it's great not having to take glasses everywhere and I can read tiny writing which is unbelievable. I am still getting halo's around lights but that is to be expected as it was only 3 weeks ago I had them done. I took the package and everyone involved looked after me .l also met lots of other people and we all agreed on how nice everyone was from the driver who picked us up from the airport right up the surgeon. I would recommend the Praga Medica to anyone.Janet Symons, East YorksMarch 25, 2018
Position: Senior Treatment Abroad Consultant
Languages: English, German, Russian and Czech
Role: Free consultations over the phone, customer service, patient coordination
IntraLASIK Wavefront with femtosecond laser (femtolasik) is currently the best for your eyes that can be offered by refractive surgery. IntraLASIK Wavefront laser eye surgery has the highest potential to achieve perfect vision.
All laser methods of removing diopters change the curvature of the eye cornea so that the optical system of the eye will form images of observed objects on the retina as true as possible.
In case of PRK, LASIK or IntraLASIK type laser eye surgery, the laser work is based on the expression of the disorder in a way you know from your glasses prescription, i.e. expression by means of a mark and a number of diopters and according to the number of so-called cylinders and their axis. In case of wavefront-guided LASIK (intra lasik wavefront surgery), the laser work is based on the digital map of the eye created on the basis of measurements of the eye with a special device called aberrometer.
The aberrometer measures the optical system of the eye in several hundred points. It can capture and describe even minor irregularities of the optical system of the eye that are, however, very important for the quality of vision and that cannot be expressed by means of dioptric description of the disorder. In addition to the basic disorder, the laser removes these minor irregularities during the actual laser eye surgery as well.
Wavefront-guided LASIK is similar to conventional LASIK, except that in addition to treating a patients basic refractive error, a 3D map of the eye is created using a device called aberrometer. The aberrometer captures specific alterations and visual irregularities in a patients eye, also called higher-order abberations. All the imperfections are displayed on a 3D wavefront map that is used to guide the lasers. Unlike traditional LASIK, wavefront LASIK treat both lower and higher-order abberations which results in a reduced risk of post LASIK complications, such as glare and difficulty with night vision. These irregularities can affect vision quality, contrast sensitivity, and night vision. Wavefront LASIK is more precise thanks to the 3D wavefront map.
We offer three methods:
We use Excimer laser MEL 80 and Carl Zeiss femtosecond laser VisuMAX.