Glasses and contact lenses can hinder you in many ways
A fun, comprehensive guide to our Laser Eye Surgery procedures.
Professional sport requires an indisputable level of skill, physical strength, endurance, and not to mention self-confidence and commitment. But the blindingly obvious attribute often overlooked (pardon the puns) is of course, good eyesight.
We all want the freedom of having good vision so as to enjoy life without contacts or glasses, but some of us work in fields where 20/20 eyesight isn’t just an option, but a requirement.
Advanced laser technology is used to modify the shape of the cornea, and thus, correct a host of refractive errors including myopia (short-sighted vision), hyperopia (long-sighted vision), astigmatism, and presbyopia.
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As scary as the term may sound, astigmatism is actually a very common vision impairment, accounting for around 13 per cent of refractive errors.
We are taking every precaution to protect the health and safety of our patients and staff. We are open and available to see patients that do not have a history of recent travel or known exposure to COVID-19.
To assist the public hospital, we are available for emergency consults 24/7. All staff have undertaken COVID-19 infection control training and clinic rooms are thoroughly disinfected for each patient.
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- Dr Howes, Dr Robinson & the Eye & Laser Centre Team