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Laser Eye Surgery

What is laser eye surgery?

Laser eye surgery is a procedure for correcting poor vision giving freedom from glasses and contact lenses. It can be used to treat shortsightedness, longsightedness and astigmatism. It involves the use of an advanced laser to gently reshape the surface of the eye (the cornea) and typically takes a matter of seconds depending on the level of correction required.

Over 50 million people worldwide have chosen to undergo this quick, painless and life changing procedure.
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What types of laser eye surgery are there?

The 2 most common laser eye procedures are LASIK and LASEK(PRK).

LASIK is the most common form of laser vision correction. It benefits from excellent vision outcomes and fast recovery.

LASEK(PRK) is an alternative to LASIK and can be an effective treatment for some patients not suitable for LASIK.

Both of these procedures can be enhanced with IDesign technology. This is recommended for most patients and is essential for some.

Treatments Available

Standard Treatment

LASIK and LASEK(PRK) can be performed on some people as a standard treatment. Your Optometrist will advise you if you are suitable for a standard treatment.
From
€795
per eye*
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Customised iDesign Treatment

Our customised iDesign treatment offers outstanding accuracy through it's ability to measure the tiny details of the eyes. This increases the precision of laser eye surgery.
From
€1,495
per eye*
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Lens Replacement Surgery

Our customised Lens Replacement Surgeries include Cataract, Lens Replacement and Phakic IOL Surgery.
From
€2,997
per eye*
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*Prices above are all inclusive of 15% Health Insurance Discount.

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Find out more about our technology

The expert team of Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeons and qualified Optometrists at Optilase have performed over 40,000 laser eye surgeries and have extensive experience in helping those with the following commonly occurring vision problems.

Not everybody is a candidate for Laser Eye Surgery; it depends on what your vision problem is. This is why Optilase offer a free consultation with one of our Optometrists for all potential patients, in order to determine if laser eye surgery is right solution to their individual vision difficulties. To discover if Laser Eye Surgery may be right for you, contact us on 01-2238821 or use the web form here.

iDesign

iDesign offers outstanding accuracy, and ability to measure tiny details of the eyes. It’s a highly specialised piece of equipment to garner even better results and increase the precision of laser eye surgery.
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IntraLase

IntraLase is the most advanced and accurate way to create the flap required during the LASIK procedure. This is one of the safest and most successful methods of laser eye surgery and one that delivers exceptional correction to a patient’s vision.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Before your treatment

Your journey with Optilase begins when you attend your initial assessment. One of our Laser Optometrists will meet with you and spend the next hour thoroughly examining and testing your eyes. You will find out if you are a suitable candidate for laser vision correction, what treatment will be best for your eyes, and how much exactly it will cost. You will not be able to drive after your assessment for at least 6-8 hours.
For a full breakdown of our costs, please visit our pricing page
We are open 7 days per week and late night Monday to Thursday so we are able to fit in around your busy schedule. We also perform surgery every week which means you don’t have to join a lengthy waiting list for your life-changing treatment.
There are a number of factors that may make you unsuitable for laser vision correction. These include prescriptions stronger than -10 or +5. Having a squint or a lazy eye can also rule you out (Note that laser vision correction can be carried out on some patients with a lazy eye, depending on its severity). For women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, it is necessary to wait until 6 months after finishing. You also need to be over the age of 18.

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At your consultation we will answer all your questions, discuss finance options, and assess whether you are a suitable candidate for one of our life-changing, treatments. Consultations with our expert Optometrists are free and take approximately 1 hour at one of our nationwide clinics.
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