The Resource Wavefront-Guided LASIK
- Wavefront-Guided LASIK
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- Wavefront technology applied to the eye is a powerful tool for refractive surgery. It represents a paradigm shift in the way optical aberrations can be measured, described, and treated. In addition to considerable utility as a diagnostic tool, wavefront technology has the potential to improve outcomes of refractive surgery and may result in vision better than before surgery. Wavefront-guided (WFG) LASIK, also called custom LASIK, is a variation of the surgery where, rather than applying a sphero-cylindrical correction to the cornea, the laser is instructed to ablate a sophisticated spatially variant pattern based on measurements from an aberrometer. The goal of achieving a more optically perfect ablation still depends on appropriate patient selection, high-quality wavefront data, successful surgery, and accurately predicting and managing the changes that occur during healing
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