Often, surgery is the only way to restore the patient’s vision so that he can again see the world in all colors. Modern ophthalmological surgeons perform jewelry operations that ensure recovery for almost all patients. Ophthalmology in Uzbekistan also uses modern methods of laser vision correction, which can be used by everyone.
Most often, patients come to clinics with problems such as astigmatism, farsightedness, presbyopia, myopia. Interestingly, they are rarely classified as ophthalmic problems, as they are an anomaly of the visual system. Almost every person can face such problems, regardless of gender, age, lifestyle and profession.
FemtoLazer is a unique and modern technique for restoring vision through laser correction. No additional instruments are used during the operation. The technique is called so due to the use of a femtosecond laser. This technology allows you to send special pulses to the cornea in order to make an accurate cut in a few seconds. Thus, accurate penetration to the desired depth of the cornea is ensured.
Maximum precision is the main advantage of FemtoLasik. Specialists from ophthalmology in Tashkent believe that such laser correction makes it possible to calculate the parameters of the operation without loss of time and obtain the desired corneal flap. The whole procedure takes 15 minutes, work with the laser lasts half a minute. Therefore, there is no effect of the laser on the body.
FemtoLasik is prescribed for such visual anomalies as astigmatism, hypermetropia, myopia and others. However, like other types of treatment, laser correction with this method has its limitations. Only an ophthalmologist can determine the appropriateness of the operation.
One of the significant advantages of the Femto Laser in Uzbekistan is the ability to take into account the individual characteristics of the patient’s vision. There is no need to resort to mechanical manipulations, the size of the flap is modeled individually for each patient. Laser correction does not require special preparation, and the postoperative period is practically absent. You can do your daily activities the day after the operation.