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The Medić Jukić Eye Clinic offers completely painless and harmless laser vision correction performed by our experienced experts using top-of-the-line technology.

Laser vision correction is a term for several different procedures; depending on the method used for shaping the cornea, or for correcting vision using a laser; We can determine which method – LASIK or PRK is the most optimal for the patient.

These two methods differ, among other things, in the recovery time: The LASIK method offers quicker recovery, whereas recovery after the PRK method takes a bit longer. Also, the LASIK method includes the lifting of the corneal epithelium, while the PRK method does not.

The choice of the appropriate correction method for a particular patient depends on a series of factors that our ophthalmologists thoroughly consider. After detailed preoperative treatment of the patient, the method that is best suited to the patient is determined.

The LASIK method is applied to a cornea of standard thickness, and the PRK method is more acceptable for persons with a thinner cornea. In people with an extremely thin cornea of poor quality, laser vision correction is not appropriate; only the implantation of intraocular lenses (IOL) is recommended for them. In any case, our experts are at your disposal and will find the best solution for you!

Are you sick and tired of wearing prescription glasses or contact lenses?

Get rid of them and be free!

The laser vision correction procedure lasts only 5 to 10 minutes per eye and is performed as an outpatient procedure using anaesthetic eye drops, guaranteeing a completely painless procedure. During the operation, the eyes are kept open with a special eyelid holder to prevent blinking, i.e. to allow the unobstructed performance of the procedure.

Half an hour after the procedure, the patient can go home, and the only side effect are fluctuations of vision that pass after one day.

It is extremely important to avoid direct contact with any dirty surface for several days after the procedure, to allow the eyes to heal fully and safely.

We are proud of the number of patients who have decided to put their trust in the Medić Jukić Eye Clinic and who have recognised the quality, professionalism and dedicated work of our medical team.

We will find the perfect solution for you, too! Contact us with confidence!

Do something for yourself and your health; start seeing the world crystal-clear, perform your daily tasks with greater ease and enjoy your life!

am I a candidate ophthalmology clinic medic jukic

 

After consultations and a pre-operative examination, the ophthalmologist will determine whether you are a candidate for laser vision correction.

It takes approximately one hour to fully complete the examination. The examination is very detailed, completely non-invasive and painless. To perform any operative procedure, the eye must be healthy, i.e. any diseases or abnormalities of the eye need to be cured and well-controlled. Persons who wear contact lenses cannot wear them for 8 days before the examination, or 2 weeks before the examination in the case of (semi-)rigid contact lenses.

The eye examination prior to laser vision correction includes:
* precise determination of the refractive error,
* measurement of the intraocular pressure,
* examination of the fundus,
* biomicroscopic examination,
* corneal topography using the Pentacam – Wavelight Oculyzer,
* OCT of the anterior and posterior segments,
* measurement of corneal hysteresis (ORA),
* measurement of tear film,
* pupillometry.

95% of people aged over 18 can correct their vision using laser treatment.

 

surgical procedure ophthalmology clinic medic jukic

Laser-based remodelling of the cornea to reduce or completely remove the refractive error and to improve visual acuity is called laser vision correction.

There are several methods available for performing the surgical procedure. If a so-called corneal cap is being made, the procedure will be performed using the LASIK method, while if the cap is not being made and only the surface layer of the cornea is removed, i.e. the corneal epithelium, the procedure will be performed using the PRK method.

Surgical procedures of laser vision correction are performed on pre-scheduled terms and the patient must be accompanied by another person. The preparation of the eyes for the procedure includes the application of anaesthetic eye drops, i.e. drops of the anaesthetic are applied to the eyes to make the procedure completely painless.

Allegretto EyeQ laser used in the procedure includes a comfortable bed for the patient to lie on. A qualified engineer calibrates the laser and a medical specialist enters the patient’s data into the individualized program.

The procedure is performed according to the chosen method. The medical specialist controls the laser using a pedal and watches the patient’s eye using a microscope throughout the procedure. The doctor positions the laser in the centre of the cornea while the patient looks at the fixation point marked with a light. The laser beam is applied for a maximum of 30 seconds, depending on the refractive error determined prior to the procedure. The same procedure is performed on the other eye. If the procedure is performed using the LASIK method, a soft therapeutic lens is applied after the procedure where necessary. If the procedure is performed using the PRK method, the therapeutic lens must be applied.

Due to technological advancements, precision and the speed of software systems, all procedures are more than 99% safe.

 
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The soft therapeutic lens (if applied) is taken out 1 day after the procedure during the first examination.

The subsequent examinations are scheduled for 7 days after the procedure, then 1 month, 3 months, 6 months and 1 year later.

A patient who had laser vision correction is capable of working 2 days after the procedure. It is advised to abstain from severe physical work, as well as swimming in pools during the following month.

Therapeutic eye drops are applied daily for a month after the procedure. Sensations of tingling and pinching, as well as fluctuations of vision during the day are possible. Additionally, the occurrence of dryness of the eye is common for a month after the procedure, which can be eliminated by applying artificial tears several times a day.

Other complications are rare and occur in less than 1% of persons who had the procedure.

refractive errors of the eye ophthalmology clinic medic jukic

A Refractive error of the eye is an error in focusing light and one of the most common causes of reduced visual acuity.

An emmetropic eye is an eye that has no refractive error when viewing distant objects. Emmetropia is a refractive condition of the eye in which the image of a distant point is projected directly onto the retina, causing the image to be perfectly clear.

An eye that has a refractive error when viewing distant objects is ametropic. Ametropia is a condition of the eye in which the observed image does not project onto the retina and it can be divided into:
* nearsightedness,
* farsightedness,
* astigmatism.

Refractive errors are categorized as SPHERICAL or CYLINDRICAL.

Spherical errors occur when the optical power of the eye is either too large or too small to focus light on the retina. People with a refractive error frequently have blurry vision. When the optics are too powerful for the length of the eyeball, the person has nearsightedness, lat. Myopia. When the optics are too weak for the length of the eyeball, the person has farsightedness lat., Hypermetropia.

Cylindrical errors occur when the optical power of the eye is too powerful or too weak across one meridian, such as when the corneal curvature tends towards a cylindrical shape across the meridian. Persons with such refractive errors have blurry vision but if they change the angle of the eye, they can see clearly. These persons have astigmatism lat. Astigmatismus.

 Laser vision correction allows you to successfully and permanently eliminate any refractive error of the eye!

The most common method of laser vision correction currently performed in the world is the LASIK (Laser-Assisted-In-Situ Keratomileusis) method.

The procedure of laser vision correction using the LASIK method is very efficient and suitable for the majority of persons with small, medium or large prescriptions. The procedure is completely painless and short. The LASIK method consists of two stages. The first stage is the formation of a corneal cap and the second is laser vision correction. It is performed using a cold beam of light from the Allegreto excimer laser. The corneal cap heals on its own and vision recovery takes only a couple of hours. Both eyes can be operated on at once and the recovery is very quick.

The LASIK method of laser vision correction may be used for the following:
* nearsightedness of up to -10 dpt,
* farsightedness of up to +5 dpt,
* astigmatism of up to 5 dpt.

Persons with prescriptions greater than -10 cannot be candidates for laser vision correction, but instead for the implantation of intraocular lenses.

The procedure of laser vision correction using the LASIK method is very quick and creates no discomfort for the patient. The recovery is very rapid and efficient.

Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) is a type of laser eye surgery. It is used to improve vision by correcting refractive errors in the eye.

Nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism are examples of refractive errors. PRK can be performed on one or both eyes, depending on your needs.

PRK precedes LASIK surgery and is a similar procedure. Both PRK and LASIK reshape the cornea, the clear front of the eye. This improves the eye's ability to focus.

Some people are good candidates for both PRK and LASIK. Others are more suited for one or the other. It is important to understand the PRK procedure and how it differs from LASIK before deciding which method is best for you. This is the first thing you should know if you plan to give up your glasses or contacts.

PRK procedure

Before surgery

You will have a preoperative meeting for eye evaluation and vision testing. In preparation for surgery, the refractive error and pupil in each eye will be measured and the corneal shape will be imaged. The laser used during your procedure will be programmed with this information.

Tell your doctor about all prescription and non-prescription medications you take regularly. You may need to temporarily discontinue them. If you are taking antihistamines, your doctor may tell you to stop them three days before your scheduled surgery date.

If you wear rigid, gas-permeable contact lenses, your doctor will tell you to stop wearing them at least three weeks before surgery. Other types of contact lenses should also be discontinued, usually one week before surgery.

Your doctor may prescribe antibiotic eye drops for you to take three to four days before surgery. You will continue to take these for about a week after the surgery. Your doctor may also recommend eye drops for dry eye.

About three days before surgery, you will need to begin a thorough cleansing around the eyes that will empty the oil glands near the lash line:

Place a warm or hot pad on your eyes for five minutes. Gently stroke your upper eyelid from inside your nose outward to near your ear. Do this two or three times for the upper and lower lash lines.

Wash your eyelids and lashes thoroughly with a gentle, non-irritating soap or baby shampoo. Repeat the entire procedure twice a day.

Day of operation

You will not be able to drive and you may feel very tired after PRK, so make sure someone picks you up after the procedure.

It is recommended that you have a light meal before you arrive. You should expect to stay in the clinic for a few hours. Unless otherwise advised, continue to take your usual prescription medications.

Do not wear makeup or other items that may interfere with the placement of your head under the laser. Other accessories you should avoid include hairpins, scarves, and earrings.

Wear comfortable clothing for the procedure. If you are sick, have a fever, or are uncomfortable in any way, call your doctor and ask if the procedure should be performed.

Ask your doctor if you need to bring eye drops or other medications.

Surgical procedure

PRK takes 5 to 10 minutes per eye. This type of surgery does not require general anesthesia. You may receive a local anesthetic or numbing eye drops in each eye.

During the procedure:

An eyelid holder will be placed in each eye to prevent you from blinking.

The surgeon will remove and discard the cells from the surface of the cornea of your eye. This can be done with laser, blade or an alcohol solution.

A laser, programmed by measuring your eyes, will reshape each cornea using a pulsing beam of ultraviolet light. While this is happening, you may hear a series of sound signals.

A transparent, over-the-counter contact lens will be placed on each eye as a bandage. This will keep your eyes clean to prevent infection during the healing process. The threaded contact lenses will remain on your eyes for a few days to a week.

PRK side effects

You can expect to experience discomfort or pain for up to three days after PRK surgery. Over-the-counter pain relievers are often sufficient to relieve you of this discomfort.

If you are concerned about pain or are in more pain than you can bear, ask your doctor about prescription pain medications. Your eyes may also be irritated or watery.

You may find that your eyes are more sensitive to light as they heal. Some people may also see halos or rushes of light days or weeks after PRK, especially at night.

You may also feel a corneal haze for a short time after surgery, a cloudy layer that can significantly affect vision.

PRK recovery

After surgery, you will rest in the Medic Jukic polyclinic, then go home. Don't plan anything other than a vacation for the day. Keeping your eyes closed can help you recover and increase your overall comfort.

Your doctor may want to visit you the day after your procedure to assess the results and your comfort.

Initially, your vision may be better than before the procedure. However, during the first few days of recovery, it will become a little hazy. After that, it will improve significantly. Many people notice an improvement in vision when their spiral contact lenses are removed.

Do not rub your eyes or remove the contact lenses that cover them. Keep cosmetics, soap, and other substances away from your eyes for at least a week. Ask your doctor when you can wash your face with soap.

Your doctor may recommend a little rest while your eyes heal. Talk to your doctor about driving, reading, and using the computer. These types of activities will be difficult at first. You should avoid driving until your eyes are no longer cloudy, especially at night.

Try not to get sweat in your eyes for at least a week, as this can cause irritation. Do not engage in contact sports or other activities that could damage your eyes for at least a month.

Wearing protective eye gear for a few months is a good idea. Swimming and other water sports should be avoided for several weeks, even with protective eyewear.

It may take a few weeks for your vision to fully stabilize. It usually improves by about 80% after one month and 95% after three months. About 90% of people have 20/40 vision or better by three months after surgery.

Protect your eyes from strong sunlight for about a year.

 

Contoura is a topography-guided LASIK. It is a customized LASIK procedure that involves corneal mapping. Through this corneal mapping, an individualized treatment plan is created based on a person's cornea.

Although all LASIK treatments use a laser to change the shape of the cornea, and all of them produce excellent results for the patient, the Contoura treatment goes a step further. Contoura is customized to the unique contours of an individual's cornea using a detailed corneal scan.

Prior to the Contoura treatment, the candidate undergoes the highly detailed corneal scan mentioned earlier. The scanning allows for the development of a customized treatment plan that can correct specific eye contours more accurately than the standard LASIK procedure. This scanning measures 22,000 points on the cornea that are used to create a precise treatment plan.

Polyclinic Medic Jukic proudly offers Contoura and we are very pleased with the results we deliver to our patients.

Find out if you are a good candidate for the Contoura Vision method and order a consultation appointment with our specialists.

laser vision correction ophthalmology clinic medic jukic 20

Finally start living your life without vision aids.

The Medić Jukić Eye Clinic offers completely painless and harmless laser vision correction performed by our experienced experts using top-of-the-line technology.

Laser vision correction is a term for several different procedures; depending on the method used for shaping the cornea, or for correcting vision using a laser; We can determine which method – LASIK or PRK is the most optimal for the patient.

These two methods differ, among other things, in the recovery time: The LASIK method offers quicker recovery, whereas recovery after the PRK method takes a bit longer. Also, the LASIK method includes the lifting of the corneal epithelium, while the PRK method does not.

The choice of the appropriate correction method for a particular patient depends on a series of factors that our ophthalmologists thoroughly consider. After detailed preoperative treatment of the patient, the method that is best suited to the patient is determined.

The LASIK method is applied to a cornea of standard thickness, and the PRK method is more acceptable for persons with a thinner cornea. In people with an extremely thin cornea of poor quality, laser vision correction is not appropriate; only the implantation of intraocular lenses (IOL) is recommended for them. In any case, our experts are at your disposal and will find the best solution for you!

Are you sick and tired of wearing prescription glasses or contact lenses?

Get rid of them and be free!

The laser vision correction procedure lasts only 5 to 10 minutes per eye and is performed as an outpatient procedure using anaesthetic eye drops, guaranteeing a completely painless procedure. During the operation, the eyes are kept open with a special eyelid holder to prevent blinking, i.e. to allow the unobstructed performance of the procedure.

Half an hour after the procedure, the patient can go home, and the only side effect are fluctuations of vision that pass after one day.

It is extremely important to avoid direct contact with any dirty surface for several days after the procedure, to allow the eyes to heal fully and safely.

We are proud of the number of patients who have decided to put their trust in the Medić Jukić Eye Clinic and who have recognised the quality, professionalism and dedicated work of our medical team.

We will find the perfect solution for you, too! Contact us with confidence!

Do something for yourself and your health; start seeing the world crystal-clear, perform your daily tasks with greater ease and enjoy your life!

 

am I a candidate ophtalmology clinic medic jukic

After consultations and a pre-operative examination, the ophthalmologist will determine whether you are a candidate for laser vision correction.

It takes approximately one hour to fully complete the examination. The examination is very detailed, completely non-invasive and painless. To perform any operative procedure, the eye must be healthy, i.e. any diseases or abnormalities of the eye need to be cured and well-controlled. Persons who wear contact lenses cannot wear them for 8 days before the examination, or 2 weeks before the examination in the case of (semi-)rigid contact lenses.

The eye examination prior to laser vision correction includes:
* precise determination of the refractive error,
* measurement of the intraocular pressure,
* examination of the fundus,
* biomicroscopic examination,
* corneal topography using the Pentacam – Wavelight Oculyzer,
* OCT of the anterior and posterior segments,
* measurement of corneal hysteresis (ORA),
* measurement of tear film,
* pupillometry.

95% of people aged over 18 can correct their vision using laser treatment.

 
surgical procedure ophthalmology

Laser-based remodelling of the cornea to reduce or completely remove the refractive error and to improve visual acuity is called laser vision correction.

There are several methods available for performing the surgical procedure. If a so-called corneal cap is being made, the procedure will be performed using the LASIK method, while if the cap is not being made and only the surface layer of the cornea is removed, i.e. the corneal epithelium, the procedure will be performed using the PRK method.

Surgical procedures of laser vision correction are performed on pre-scheduled terms and the patient must be accompanied by another person. The preparation of the eyes for the procedure includes the application of anaesthetic eye drops, i.e. drops of the anaesthetic are applied to the eyes to make the procedure completely painless.

Allegretto EyeQ laser used in the procedure includes a comfortable bed for the patient to lie on. A qualified engineer calibrates the laser and a medical specialist enters the patient’s data into the individualized program.

The procedure is performed according to the chosen method. The medical specialist controls the laser using a pedal and watches the patient’s eye using a microscope throughout the procedure. The doctor positions the laser in the centre of the cornea while the patient looks at the fixation point marked with a light. The laser beam is applied for a maximum of 30 seconds, depending on the refractive error determined prior to the procedure. The same procedure is performed on the other eye. If the procedure is performed using the LASIK method, a soft therapeutic lens is applied after the procedure where necessary. If the procedure is performed using the PRK method, the therapeutic lens must be applied.

Due to technological advancements, precision and the speed of software systems, all procedures are more than 99% safe.

 
poslijeoperacijski zahvat ocna poliklinika medic jukic

The soft therapeutic lens (if applied) is taken out 1 day after the procedure during the first examination.

The subsequent examinations are scheduled for 7 days after the procedure, then 1 month, 3 months, 6 months and 1 year later.

A patient who had laser vision correction is capable of working 2 days after the procedure. It is advised to abstain from severe physical work, as well as swimming in pools during the following month.

Therapeutic eye drops are applied daily for a month after the procedure. Sensations of tingling and pinching, as well as fluctuations of vision during the day are possible. Additionally, the occurrence of dryness of the eye is common for a month after the procedure, which can be eliminated by applying artificial tears several times a day.

Other complications are rare and occur in less than 1% of persons who had the procedure.

refractive errors of the eye ophthalmology clinic medic jukic

A Refractive error of the eye is an error in focusing light and one of the most common causes of reduced visual acuity.

An emmetropic eye is an eye that has no refractive error when viewing distant objects. Emmetropia is a refractive condition of the eye in which the image of a distant point is projected directly onto the retina, causing the image to be perfectly clear.

An eye that has a refractive error when viewing distant objects is ametropic. Ametropia is a condition of the eye in which the observed image does not project onto the retina and it can be divided into:
* nearsightedness,
* farsightedness,
* astigmatism.

Refractive errors are categorized as SPHERICAL or CYLINDRICAL.

Spherical errors occur when the optical power of the eye is either too large or too small to focus light on the retina. People with a refractive error frequently have blurry vision. When the optics are too powerful for the length of the eyeball, the person has nearsightedness, lat. Myopia. When the optics are too weak for the length of the eyeball, the person has farsightedness lat., Hypermetropia.

Cylindrical errors occur when the optical power of the eye is too powerful or too weak across one meridian, such as when the corneal curvature tends towards a cylindrical shape across the meridian. Persons with such refractive errors have blurry vision but if they change the angle of the eye, they can see clearly. These persons have astigmatism lat. Astigmatismus.

 Laser vision correction allows you to successfully and permanently eliminate any refractive error of the eye!

The most common method of laser vision correction currently performed in the world is the LASIK (Laser-Assisted-In-Situ Keratomileusis) method.

The procedure of laser vision correction using the LASIK method is very efficient and suitable for the majority of persons with small, medium or large prescriptions. The procedure is completely painless and short. The LASIK method consists of two stages. The first stage is the formation of a corneal cap and the second is laser vision correction. It is performed using a cold beam of light from the Allegreto excimer laser. The corneal cap heals on its own and vision recovery takes only a couple of hours. Both eyes can be operated on at once and the recovery is very quick.

The LASIK method of laser vision correction may be used for the following:
* nearsightedness of up to -10 dpt,
* farsightedness of up to +5 dpt,
* astigmatism of up to 5 dpt.

Persons with prescriptions greater than -10 cannot be candidates for laser vision correction, but instead for the implantation of intraocular lenses.

The procedure of laser vision correction using the LASIK method is very quick and creates no discomfort for the patient. The recovery is very rapid and efficient.

Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) is a type of laser eye surgery. It is used to improve vision by correcting refractive errors in the eye.

Nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism are examples of refractive errors. PRK can be performed on one or both eyes, depending on your needs.

PRK precedes LASIK surgery and is a similar procedure. Both PRK and LASIK reshape the cornea, the clear front of the eye. This improves the eye's ability to focus.

Some people are good candidates for both PRK and LASIK. Others are more suited for one or the other. It is important to understand the PRK procedure and how it differs from LASIK before deciding which method is best for you. This is the first thing you should know if you plan to give up your glasses or contacts.

PRK procedure

Before surgery

You will have a preoperative meeting for eye evaluation and vision testing. In preparation for surgery, the refractive error and pupil in each eye will be measured and the corneal shape will be imaged. The laser used during your procedure will be programmed with this information.

Tell your doctor about all prescription and non-prescription medications you take regularly. You may need to temporarily discontinue them. If you are taking antihistamines, your doctor may tell you to stop them three days before your scheduled surgery date.

If you wear rigid, gas-permeable contact lenses, your doctor will tell you to stop wearing them at least three weeks before surgery. Other types of contact lenses should also be discontinued, usually one week before surgery.

Your doctor may prescribe antibiotic eye drops for you to take three to four days before surgery. You will continue to take these for about a week after the surgery. Your doctor may also recommend eye drops for dry eye.

About three days before surgery, you will need to begin a thorough cleansing around the eyes that will empty the oil glands near the lash line:

Place a warm or hot pad on your eyes for five minutes. Gently stroke your upper eyelid from inside your nose outward to near your ear. Do this two or three times for the upper and lower lash lines.

Wash your eyelids and lashes thoroughly with a gentle, non-irritating soap or baby shampoo. Repeat the entire procedure twice a day.

Day of operation

You will not be able to drive and you may feel very tired after PRK, so make sure someone picks you up after the procedure.

It is recommended that you have a light meal before you arrive. You should expect to stay in the clinic for a few hours. Unless otherwise advised, continue to take your usual prescription medications.

Do not wear makeup or other items that may interfere with the placement of your head under the laser. Other accessories you should avoid include hairpins, scarves, and earrings.

Wear comfortable clothing for the procedure. If you are sick, have a fever, or are uncomfortable in any way, call your doctor and ask if the procedure should be performed.

Ask your doctor if you need to bring eye drops or other medications.

Surgical procedure

PRK takes 5 to 10 minutes per eye. This type of surgery does not require general anesthesia. You may receive a local anesthetic or numbing eye drops in each eye.

During the procedure:

An eyelid holder will be placed in each eye to prevent you from blinking.

The surgeon will remove and discard the cells from the surface of the cornea of your eye. This can be done with laser, blade or an alcohol solution.

A laser, programmed by measuring your eyes, will reshape each cornea using a pulsing beam of ultraviolet light. While this is happening, you may hear a series of sound signals.

A transparent, over-the-counter contact lens will be placed on each eye as a bandage. This will keep your eyes clean to prevent infection during the healing process. The threaded contact lenses will remain on your eyes for a few days to a week.

PRK side effects

You can expect to experience discomfort or pain for up to three days after PRK surgery. Over-the-counter pain relievers are often sufficient to relieve you of this discomfort.

If you are concerned about pain or are in more pain than you can bear, ask your doctor about prescription pain medications. Your eyes may also be irritated or watery.

You may find that your eyes are more sensitive to light as they heal. Some people may also see halos or rushes of light days or weeks after PRK, especially at night.

You may also feel a corneal haze for a short time after surgery, a cloudy layer that can significantly affect vision.

PRK recovery

After surgery, you will rest in the Medic Jukic polyclinic, then go home. Don't plan anything other than a vacation for the day. Keeping your eyes closed can help you recover and increase your overall comfort.

Your doctor may want to visit you the day after your procedure to assess the results and your comfort.

Initially, your vision may be better than before the procedure. However, during the first few days of recovery, it will become a little hazy. After that, it will improve significantly. Many people notice an improvement in vision when their spiral contact lenses are removed.

Do not rub your eyes or remove the contact lenses that cover them. Keep cosmetics, soap, and other substances away from your eyes for at least a week. Ask your doctor when you can wash your face with soap.

Your doctor may recommend a little rest while your eyes heal. Talk to your doctor about driving, reading, and using the computer. These types of activities will be difficult at first. You should avoid driving until your eyes are no longer cloudy, especially at night.

Try not to get sweat in your eyes for at least a week, as this can cause irritation. Do not engage in contact sports or other activities that could damage your eyes for at least a month.

Wearing protective eye gear for a few months is a good idea. Swimming and other water sports should be avoided for several weeks, even with protective eyewear.

It may take a few weeks for your vision to fully stabilize. It usually improves by about 80% after one month and 95% after three months. About 90% of people have 20/40 vision or better by three months after surgery.

Protect your eyes from strong sunlight for about a year.

 

Contoura is a topography-guided LASIK. It is a customized LASIK procedure that involves corneal mapping. Through this corneal mapping, an individualized treatment plan is created based on a person's cornea.

Although all LASIK treatments use a laser to change the shape of the cornea, and all of them produce excellent results for the patient, the Contoura treatment goes a step further. Contoura is customized to the unique contours of an individual's cornea using a detailed corneal scan.

Prior to the Contoura treatment, the candidate undergoes the highly detailed corneal scan mentioned earlier. The scanning allows for the development of a customized treatment plan that can correct specific eye contours more accurately than the standard LASIK procedure. This scanning measures 22,000 points on the cornea that are used to create a precise treatment plan.

Polyclinic Medic Jukic proudly offers Contoura and we are very pleased with the results we deliver to our patients.

Find out if you are a good candidate for the Contoura Vision method and order a consultation appointment with our specialists.

Find out if you are a laser vision correction candidate, book a consultation or request a callback.

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