Are you a good candidate for laser eye surgery?

You are a good candidate if…

  • If you have nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism.
  • Your eyes are in good health.
  • Your vision is stable (usually this occurs at age 18).
  • Your overall health is good.
  • The corrective lenses (glasses or contact) interfere with your work or lifestyle.
  • You feel you see better without glasses.
  • You have intolerance to contact lenses.
  • You are tired of always wearing glasses or contact lenses.
  • Your eyes have been evaluated.


Will I have perfect vision?

A: Experience has shown that laser surgery is a success in the correction of nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. Although this is variable depending on each patient.

Can I go blind after surgery?

A: More than 2 million patients in 25 countries have received excimer laser treatment and in no case has been reported blindness.

What are the long-term effects?

A: The correction of these laser procedures has been carried out since 1980, many clinical studies on the effects of long ‘Place of excimer laser on the cornea and in no case has found a negative result in the cornea or the integrity the eye.

Will I have pain?

There will be NO pain during surgery. With new techniques, less than 1 in 10 patients experience discomfort after the procedure, which is treated with medication. Most patients only experience mild irritation, sensitivity to light and watery eyes.