laser vision correction

Seeing is Believing: Laser Vision Correction

Imagine waking up in the morning and not having to reach for your glasses or put in your contacts. Many people are either nearsighted, farsighted or have astigmatism. These common eye conditions are known as refractive errors. If you want clear and sharp vision, connect with our highly qualified surgeons at Focus Eye Centre, who can use advanced laser vision correction to correct and improve your vision.

Focus Eye Centre Directors

Focus Directors, Dr Richard Smith and Dr Margaret Kearns commenced practice in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs 32 years ago. Dr Smith and Dr Kearns pioneered laser eye surgery in Australia 20 years ago and continue to use the best laser eye technology available.

Dr Richard Smith believes, “The decision to have eye surgery depends on finding people you can trust. You need to feel assured that they are properly qualified and highly experienced. Moreover you hope to find people who will be highly communicative and totally honest. We aspire to these ideals”.

Leading Australia in Modern laser Vision Correction

Laser technology and medical procedures to correct refractive errors have all been scientifically validated and clinically tested.

Focus Eye Centre performs four main types of laser vision correction procedures. These procedures correct a wide range of vision errors.

The main types of laser vision correction procedures performed at Focus Eye centre include;

Our highly qualified surgeons at Focus Eye Centre will do a thorough assessment and develop the right treatment plan with you.

“We are out to give people the best vision they can possibly have, and our latest lasers do it more precisely, more easily and more safely than ever before. My greatest satisfaction is seeing someone happy with their result.”

Dr Richard Smith Focus Owner/Director, Surgeon

Focus Eye Centre uses advanced lasers that are smart, fast and gentle. Our lasers have an inbuilt patient support system that provides extra comfort and relaxation during treatment. The system continuously monitors the patient’s position during the procedure and will automatically make comfort adjustments.

Laser treatments are carried out in our licensed, accredited day surgery centre, which maintain full operating theatre standards.

Healing with minimum discomfort

In most cases, patients see clearly 2-hours after the procedure and vision stabilizes within a week. Patients are normally able to drive, work, wear makeup and participate in sports, just a few days following treatment.

If a life without the hassle of glasses or contact lenses sounds ideal and you’d like to take the first step, make an appointment with Focus Eye Centre today: (02) 9663 3927

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