What is topography-guided LASIK?
Topography-guided LASIK is a laser vision correction procedure with a greater degree of personalization designed to deliver superior results thanks to state-of-the-art technology. Eye measurements are captured and exact maps of the shape (topography) of your eyes are created, providing a unique profile of your ocular particulars and imperfections. This profile is then used to treat your corneas in a precise and safe manner during your procedure, leading to more optimal results.
A topography-guided LASIK surgery is performed much in the same way as a Custom LASIK surgery. During the procedure, a protective flap is created on your cornea, produced via a specialized laser. We then utilize specialized technology to reshape your cornea, aiming to deliver better visual outcomes. The major difference between standard LASIK and topography-guided LASIK is the level of precision by which the LASIK surgeon is able to treat your eye condition(s).
Patients report several advantages after undergoing topography-guided LASIK, including:
- Improved daytime vision, superior to alternatives such as glasses and contacts
- Better night vision, including reduced halos and glare
- A higher level of contrast sensitivity, leading to sharper images at varying distances
As every eye is different, topography-guided LASIK targets your specific imperfections and corrects them, leading to better vision in a number of settings.
Who is eligible?
Topography-guided LASIK is designed to treat a wide range of people, including those who have myopia (nearsightedness) and astigmatism.
We will determine your candidacy for this procedure during your free consultation, where we will perform several tests and explore the best vision correction option for you. Schedule your no-obligation consultation today.