Location Queensland Laser Vision Suite 315 Level 3 St Andrew's Place 33 North Street Spring Hill Brisbane QLD 4000 Telephone: (07) 3831 8299 Toll Free: 1800 66 20 20 Facsimile: (07) 3831 8365 Website: www.qlv.com.au Email: [email protected] Surgeons
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Dr Andrew Apel (MB. BS (QLD), FRACO)
Dr Diana Conrad(MB.BS.(Hons) (BMedSci) (QLD) FRACO)
Dr William Glasson (MB,BS (QLD), FRANZCO, FRCOphth, Dip App Sci (Optom) QIT
Dr Kevin Vandeleur (MB.BS (QLD), FRANZCO, FRACS)
We have to find out what you want - and decide if it is possible.
We encourage this because we want you to feel completely comfortable with your decision.
F.M.L.(anti–inflammatory Do not use until you see your doctor post-operatively.
Principle of Measurement
The Pentacam images the anterior segment of the eye by a rotating Scheimpflug camera measurement. This rotating process supplies pictures in three dimensions. The centre of the cornea is measured very precisely because of this rotational imaging process. The measurement process lasts less than two seconds and minute eye movements are captured and corrected simultaneously. By measuring 25,000 true elevation points, precise representation, repeatability and analysis are guaranteed.
“Having managed a series of complications arising from cases in which other surgeons have used the FS laser, I question the connection between reduced risk and absence of blade.”
“Today, surgeons are using the concept of bladeless LASIK to attract patients, but they’re using it without documented evidence that it is better.”
“There’s no question that a surgeon can create an excellent flap with either the Amadeus microkeratome or the Intralase FS laser…I’d have to say there’s no distinguishable difference in flap quality with either technology.”
“Two types of surgeons will buy an Intralase: The surgeon who’s having problems with a microkeratome and wants to improve surgical outcomes and the surgeon who’s getting great LASIK results with a microkeratome but who wants the Intralase for practice development”.
The initial assessment visit is free.
LASIK costs $2495 per eye.
PRK costs $2495 per eye.
Cost includes: - Pre-operative eye examination. - All scans (pachymetry, corneal mapping, wavefront analysis). - Education and counselling. - LASIK surgery. - All postoperative medication.
- All follow-up visits. - Any enhancement surgery within the first post-operative year.