A guide to LASIK, No Touch Laser and Lens Replacement with Intraocular Lenses

At CatchLife Eye, we offer LASIK, TransPRK, and lens replacement surgery with intraocular lenses (IOLs) to help correct a range of vision problems. Here's what you need to know about each procedure:


LASIK is a popular vision correction procedure that uses a laser to reshape the cornea and improve vision. It's typically recommended for patients with nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism. During the procedure, a flap is created in the cornea, and the laser is used to reshape the underlying tissue. The flap is then repositioned, and the eye is allowed to heal. Most patients experience improved vision within a few days of the procedure. .

No Touch Laser (TransPRK)

No Touch Laser is a newer vision correction procedure that doesn't require a corneal flap. Instead, the laser is used directly on the surface of the cornea to reshape it. This can be a good option for patients with thin corneas or other factors that make LASIK less suitable. No Touch Laser typically has a longer recovery time than LASIK, but both procedures can provide excellent results. .


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Lens Replacement

Lens replacement surgery with IOLs is a procedure that involves replacing the natural lens of the eye with an intraocular lens. It's typically recommended for patients with cataracts or other vision problems. Our surgeon can help you determine which type of IOL is best suited for your needs. IOLs can be customized to provide clear vision at a single distance (monofocal lenses) or at multiple distances (multifocal lenses).

Each of these procedures has its own benefits and potential risks, and it's important to talk to our surgeon about which option is right for you. At CatchLife Eye, we can provide a comprehensive consultation to help you determine which procedure is best suited for your needs.