While the chances for post-op complications after undergoing laser eye surgeries are low, it is important to know and understand them, because if and when it happens, recognising them and taking immediate action can make a huge difference. It’s highly recommended to go for a follow-up one day after your LASIK surgery for the doctor…
Singaporean model Vanessa Tan shared with us that she was not able to wear contact lenses anymore due to a severe case of cornea ulcer that left her with a scar on one eyeball. For her, laser vision correction was her salvation – and she asked us a few questions she had about the TransPRK…
A Quick Chat with Stephanie J. Low from The Smart Local about TransPRK and the Corneal Cross Linking Treatment called TransPRK Xtra
Stephanie J. Low, also known as @heytheredreamer from The Smart Local, had a quick chat with us before her TransPRK surgery. She too, had a bunch of questions to ask about the procedure. We’ve compiled her questions here.
12 Questions on LASIK and TransPRK asked by Bertilla Wong, co-founder of popular local blogshop The Closet Lover
We had the opportunity to meet with Bertilla Wong, co-founder of popular local blogshop The Closet Lover, when she came down to Clearvision Eye Clinic & LASIK Centre for her eye evaluation. Arriving in oversized rounded spectacles and casual comfy wear, the lively petite girl boss shared about her years of contact lens woes and frustration with wearing spectacles.
About half of the world’s population suffers from a vision problem. With advancements in technology, there’s no shortage of ways to correct your vision. While glasses seem to be the default option in most cases, there are other ways such as contacts or laser eye surgery.
In recent years, there have been many advancements in laser eye surgery. Most of these vision correction surgeries involve reshaping the cornea to help the eyes focus light accurately on the retina. LASIK eye surgery, for instance, involves reshaping the tissue underneath the cornea by making an incision in the cornea to create a flap. On the other hand, LASEK does not require cutting of the cornea.