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LASIK eye surgery treatment in Liverpool

St Paul’s Laser Vision has been conducting successful LASIK eye surgeries in Liverpool for over 25 years. Clients trust our world-leading consultants and LASIK treatments in partnership with the NHS.

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How LASIK eye surgery works

Modern LASIK eye surgery is performed using 2 lasers. First, an ultra-fast femtosecond laser is used to create a thin protective layer called the LASIK flap on cornea (the front surface of the eye).

The LASIK flap remains attached on one side. It is gently lifted and folded back. A second laser called Excimer laser then reshape the underlying corneal tissue to correct your vision. The flap is then laid back to its original position which sticks in place spontaneously.

The LASIK treatment procedure

All laser vision correction procedures are performed using eye-drop anaesthetic which fully numb your eye and make the procedure pain less. A spring clip gently opens your eyes to allow you to blink safely during surgery. The actual laser part of the procedure only takes 2-3 minutes, but you will in be in unit for longer as we get you ready for the laser. You will go home after the procedure.

Step 1

Flap is prepared

Step 2

Tissue is removed

Step 3

Flap is placed back in its original position...

Step 4

...and adheres there on its own

“It literally left me speechless. I can’t believe how much it’s changed my life.”

Paul Harrington, 34
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Before your treatment

1. Welcome

You’ll be seen by your surgeon who will review your clinical measurements, examine you and answer any additional questions that you may have.

2. Drops

Local anaesthetics eye drops will be instilled in the eyes to ensure they are completely numb and comfortable throughout the procedure.

3. First Laser

The femtosecond laser is used to create the flap.

4. Second laser

The flap is lifted, the Excimer laser reshapes your cornea and the flap is repositioned. It naturally re-attaches itself into position.

5. Aftercare

You’ll be taken to a rest room to relax with your eyes closed. The consultant surgeon will examine your eye 20 to 30 minutes later.

6. Future

You’ll be given your post-surgery drops and instructions and a follow appointment up will be arranged for the next day.

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