Contuora Vision

Eligibility

At least 18 years old

Ladies should not be pregnant or breast-feeding

Cornea should be healthy and of adequate thickness

Specs number should be stable for about a year - minor changes do not disqualify you.

Choose Your Procedure

-1 to -8 Contoura Vision / LASIK
-8 to -18 ICL
+1 to +5 Contoura Vision / LASIK
+5 to +10 ICL or RLE


The choice may vary depending on the clinical examination

Beyond LASIK, Beyond SMILE

Contoura Vision is the latest laser technique for specs removal. It was launched
after receiving US-FDA approval in 2016.

How Contoura Vision in better than LASIK and SMILE?

Corrects Corneal Irregularities
Contoura Vision can also identify, record and correct imperfections and
irregularities in individual corneas resulting in a better and near perfect focussing
surface of the cornea.

Treats on Visual Axis
Contoura Vision is the only platform in the world designed to treat on your visual
axis, resulting in sharpest possible vision, unmatched by any other laser procedure.
All other laser procedures work on pupillary axis.

Blade - Less LASIK Femto (Robotic) LASIK

Bladeless Lasik involves use of two lasers – first is the Femtosecond Laser, which is used to create an ultra thin flap in cornea, second is Excimer Laser which is used to reshape the cornea to induce correction.

The precision of Femto Laser is to the levels of 5 microns. Which means that if a human hair is 60 microns, a Femto laser can cut 6 layers in that hair, which is impossible with a blade. Therefore, Bladeless LASIK gives greater precision, better quality of vision and more safety compared to standard Blade LASIK procedures.
The flap is then positioned back which sticks to its place immediately. No blades are used at any time in the whole procedure. Bladeless Lasik has been approved by US-FDA in 2001.

Advantages of Blade - Less LASIK

  • No fear of blades working on eye
  • Precise cutting resulting in better visual outcomes
  • Ultra thin and better quality flap – Safer than Blade Lasik
  • More customized treatment for patients
  • Tissue Saving
  • Faster Recovery

Comparison

Contuora Vision

Blade - Less LASIK

SMILE

Specs Power Correction
Correction of Corneal Irregularities

Only Specs Power Correction

Only Specs Power Correction

Visual Axis Treatment – Sharpest Vision

Pupillary Axis

Pupillary Axis

Fastest Visual Recovery
WOW EFFECT

Fastest Visual Recovery
WOW EFFECT

Slow Visual
Recovery

Re-Treatments
POSSIBLE

Re-Treatments
POSSIBLE

Re-Treatments
DIFFICULT

Fastest Eye Tracking
During Procedure –
1020 Hz

Tracking Device

Manual Tracking

LASIK Laser

LASIK Laser uses a special blade called microkeratome to make a corneal flap and then Excimer Laser is used to correct the spectacle power. Modern microkeratomes are able to create a flap almost similar to the ones created by Femto Lasers.

SBK LASIK with Custom Q
Custom Q treatment is customized to individual eyes for better visual outcomes. A Thin Flap is created which enhances safety of procedure by saving more tissue and providing better strength to cornea.

SBK LASIK (Thin Flap)
This is also a thin flap LASIK and is considered as basic minimum as per present day standards.

Aspheric LASIK
The treated and non treated areas are blended with each other with Aspheric treatment resulting is reduced Halo’s and Glare. This is a 20 year old technique. This becomes SBK LASIK, when thin flap technology has added to it.

Standard LASIK
One might experience some Halo’s and Glare during night time. This is considered obsolete.