As the use of electronic devices such as cell phones increases, more and more people are complaining of poor vision.
You may consider wearing glasses or contact lenses, but it may be difficult to improve your vision fundamentally, so many people seek vision correction surgery instead.
However, depending on the examination results, surgery itself may not be possible, or it may not be easy to decide due to concerns about side effects such as light glares and dry eyes.
Currently, Contoura LASIK, a vision correction procedure that overcomes these shortcomings, is gaining attention in Korea.
It has the widest range of applications among various vision correction procedures, and immediately after the procedure, most patients achieve a visual acuity of 1.2 or better. In particular, the procedure has been approved by the FDA for its safety and efficacy.
Let's take a closer look at the features of Contoura LASIK in Korea and the surgical process.