Our Services

Safe Sight TransPRK is an all laser, one-step, no touch, minimally-invasive vision correction procedure which does not require the eye surgeon to cut a corneal flap. With modern technology, Safe Sight TransPRK can eliminate some of the risks in the standard LASIK (cut, flap and zap) procedure such as flap-related medical complications.

Small incision lenticule extraction, or SMILE, is a minimally invasive laser vision correction procedure which has all the benefits of LASIK – a quick recovery with little to no discomfort – while being minimally invasive. A micro-incision of 3.5 mm is made, as compared to a 22 mm flap cut in LASIK. This means there is no risk of corneal flap complications and a very low risk of developing dry eyes.

Laser-assisted in-situ keratomileusis, or LASIK for short, is a flap-based laser vision correction procedure that was introduced in the early 1990s. At Clearvision, we provide Femto-LASIK, a bladeless form of the LASIK procedure. The flap is created with a fast and precise femtosecond (ultrashort pulse) laser.

Our Implantable Collamer Contact Lens (ICL) procedure is a great option for patients whose high myopia and thin corneas make them unsuitable for laser surgery. A biocompatible, soft and UV protective Collamer® lens is gently inserted behind your iris through a micro-incision, leaving the cornea untouched. Because no corneal nerve endings are cut, there is a very low risk of dry eyes.

Epi-LASIK is a safe, surface-based method of laser vision correction to correct your myopia (short-sightedness), astigmatism (san guang), hyperopia (long-sightedness) and presbyopia (lao hua).

See strong – CXL is an add-on procedure that is incorporated into your Safe Sight TransPRK procedure which helps to strengthen your cornea and lock-in the longevity of your post Safe Sight TransPRK vision.

Presbyopia is the gradual decline of your eyes’ ability to focus on near objects, causing objects to become blurry for near vision. Many people start to notice they have presbyopia in their 40s, when their eyes slowly lose the ability to focus on things up close. A tell-tale sign is the need to hold reading materials farther away in order to see them clearly.

Has your vision progressively became cloudy and blurry, and have colours seem less vivid than before? Are you experiencing disturbing glare and halos around lights, especially at night? Or, do you have increased difficulty in seeing at night, and need to frequently change your eyeglasses prescriptions? If you are experiencing the symptoms mentioned above, you may have developed cataracts.

Glaucoma is the leading cause for irreversible blindness worldwide. Often dubbed as a “silent killer of vision”, it develops without any obvious symptoms in its early stages. By the time the patient has noticed the impairment in their vision, more often than not, it would already have been too late. In fact, as much as 40% of the vision can be lost without the patient noticing it!

Besides specialising in vision correction procedures, we also provide treatments for eye-related medical issues such as: retinal detachment, diabetic eye disease, macular degeneration, dry eye syndrome, eyelid disorders, diabetic retinopathy, pterygium and pingueculate surgery to name a few.