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Myopia causes much inconvenience. Are you suffered any following inconvenience?

  • Self-abasement

    Appearance affected due to thick lens.

  • Danger

    Double vision affecting driving

  • Regret

    Limited choices of specialties when filling in college application form

  • Trouble

    Foggy lens when going out in summer/winter

Types of myopia surgery

Laser eye surgery & implant procedures class

Laser refractive eye surgery

Laser refractive eye surgery is a form of vision correction and involves reshaping the cornea to correct a refractive error. This occurs when the eye is abnormally shaped and can’t focus light directly on the retina at the back of the eye, resulting in out-of-focus, blurry vision.

ICL surgery

An Implantable Collamer Lens (ICL) is an advanced, thin, clear lens that functions similarly to a contact lens, however it is surgically implanted into the eye. The ICL cannot be felt while in the eye, requires no maintenance and can be removed if needed. The ICL does not replace your natural lens, but is implanted in front of your natural lens and behind your iris.

Types of myopia surgeries

The procedure of VisuMax SMILE3.0

VisuMax SMILE3.0

This involves making a 2mm tiny incision with no corneal flap and no-knife treatment.

The procedure only takes 26 seconds, is painless and has less risk of dry eye syndrome. During SMILE eye surgery, a lenticule is created inside the intact cornea and extracted through a small incision, thereby achieving the desired vision correction.

TransPRK excimer laser eye surgery

TransPRK (transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy) is a touch-free laser eye correction method. Unlike with conventional methods like LASEK and PRK, with TransPRK the eye is not touched with any instrument.

Instead, the laser removes the epithelium, without suction, flap, or blade. This touch-free procedure is non-invasive, safe, and gentle to the eye.

The procedure of TransPRK excimer laser eye surgery

The procedure of FS-LASIK surgery

FS-LASIK surgery

With FS LASIK the corneal flap is created with the help of femtosecond laser. The cornea is the clear front part of the eye, and the flap is a thin layer created to protect the surface of the cornea for protection. During the procedure the protective flap, is lifted to allow the laser to reshapes the cornea for vision correction. The laser is then reshapes the cornea for vision correction. After the procedure is complete, the protective flap is replaced for healing. This innovative technique is used to prepare the cornea for laser vision correction surgery.

ICL surgery

Good news for high myopia patients, custom solutions.

The lens cannot be felt while in the eye,, Safe and reversible ICL procedure

The procedure of ICL lens implantation

VisuMax SMILE3.0

This involves making a 2mm tiny incision with no corneal flap and no-knife treatment.

The procedure only takes 26 seconds, is painless and has less risk of dry eye syndrome. During SMILE eye surgery, a lenticule is created inside the intact cornea and extracted through a small incision, thereby achieving the desired vision correction.

The procedure of VisuMax SMILE3.0

TransPRK excimer laser eye surgery

TransPRK (transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy) is a touch-free laser eye correction method. Unlike with conventional methods like LASEK and PRK, with TransPRK the eye is not touched with any instrument.

Instead, the laser removes the epithelium, without suction, flap, or blade. This touch-free procedure is non-invasive, safe, and gentle to the eye.

The procedure of TransPRK excimer laser eye surgery

FS-LASIK surgery

With FS LASIK the corneal flap is created with the help of femtosecond laser. The cornea is the clear front part of the eye, and the flap is a thin layer created to protect the surface of the cornea for protection. During the procedure the protective flap, is lifted to allow the laser to reshapes the cornea for vision correction. The laser is then reshapes the cornea for vision correction. After the procedure is complete, the protective flap is replaced for healing. This innovative technique is used to prepare the cornea for laser vision correction surgery.

The procedure of FS-LASIK surgery

ICL surgery

Good news for high myopia patients, custom solutions,

The lens cannot be felt while in the eye,, Safe and reversible ICL procedure.

The procedure of ICL surgery

SMILE/FS-LASIK is suitable for:

  • People aged 18-50;
  • People who have stable vision with myopia in recent two years, or whose vison increase and decrease is within 100;
  • Myopia: 100°~1,200°; astigmatism: ≤300°;
  • People enjoying healthy eyes, without cataract, glaucoma, keratoconus, fundus disease, etc.
  • People enjoying good health, without cardiovascular disease, diabetes, scar diathesis or other diseases or symptoms unsuitable for surgery;
  • People who have stopped wearing ordinary contact lenses for more than 1 week or hard contact lenses for 1-3 months.

ICL Surgery is suitable for:

  • 01

    People aged 20-50;

  • 02

    People who have stable vision with myopia in recent two years, or vision increase and decrease is within 100;

  • 03

    Myopia: 300°-2,000°; astigmatism: ≤600°;

  • 04

    04 People who have thin corneas;

  • 05

    People enjoying healthy eyes, without cataract, glaucoma, keratoconus, fundus disease, etc.

  • 06

    People enjoying good health, without cardiovascular disease or other diseases or symptoms unsuitable for surgery;

  • 07

    People who have stopped wearing ordinary contact lenses for more than 1 week or hard contact lenses for 1-3 months.

Refractive Surgery Doctors

Gerard Sutton

Prof Gerard Sutton is one of Australia’s leading ophthalmic surgeons and is internationally recognised as an expert in cataract surgery, laser vision correction and corneal transplantation. He is a highly experienced eye surgeon, having performed over 25,000 surgical procedures. Prof Sutton has significant expertise in vision correction (e.g. LASIK, ASLA/PRK, SMILE®, refractive lens exchange and implantable lenses) and can offer patients the latest intraocular lens products (including trifocal lenses). Prof Sutton is a Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Sydney and also established the world’s first university course in refractive (laser eye) surgery. He has published more than 100 scientific papers and been invited to present internationally on over 100 occasions. Prof Sutton has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the XOVA Award for Excellence in Ophthalmology and the Inaugural John Parr Medal.

Danmei Wang

Chief Physician & Director of Hospital

Dr. Wang Danmei is Master of Ophthalmology & graduate tutor of Peking University Health Science Center, and training mentor of Center for Continuing Education, MOH. She has participated in MOH's formulation of Quality Standards for Excimer Laser Corneal Refractive Surgery, completed a number of provincial and municipal scientific research projects, won many provincial and municipal scientific research achievements awards, published more than 30 academic papers, and went abroad for academic visits and exchanges many times. She is one of the earliest experts participating in LASIK surgery for myopia correction, has performed more than 70,000 laser surgeries for correction of myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism, and has conducted deep research on and owned rich clinical experience in optometry theory and surgical application.

Jianjun Song

Chief Physician & Director of Huaian Guangming Hospital

Graduated from Nanjing Medical University, Dr. Song is a member of China Myopia Prevention & Control Association and member of Ophthalmology Society. He is good at femtosecond laser treatment of myopia, ICL (intraocular lens implantation) surgery for super-high myopia, cataract phacoemulsification and strabismus, etc., has unique ideas and methods for the treatment of ocular surface diseases, has been engaged in ophthalmology clinical work for more than 20 years, went to Singapore National Eye Centre and Tianjin Medical University Eye Hospital for further study many times, won the New Medical Technology Introduction Award for his "Laser Treatment of Myopia" project, and published more than 10 articles in national periodicals.

Refractive SurgeryDoctors

Gerard Sutton

Prof Gerard Sutton is one of Australia’s leading ophthalmic surgeons and is internationally recognised as an expert in cataract surgery, laser vision correction and corneal transplantation. He is a highly experienced eye surgeon, having performed over 25,000 surgical procedures. Prof Sutton has significant expertise in vision correction (e.g. LASIK, ASLA/PRK, SMILE®, refractive lens exchange and implantable lenses) and can offer patients the latest intraocular lens products (including trifocal lenses).Prof Sutton is a Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Sydney and also established the world’s first university course in refractive (laser eye) surgery. He has published more than 100 scientific papers and been invited to present internationally on over 100 occasions. Prof Sutton has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the XOVA Award for Excellence in Ophthalmology and the Inaugural John Parr Medal.

Danmei Wang

Chief Physician & Director of Hospital

Dr. Wang Danmei is Master of Ophthalmology & graduate tutor of Peking University Health Science Center, and training mentor of Center for Continuing Education, MOH. She has participated in MOH's formulation of Quality Standards for Excimer Laser Corneal Refractive Surgery, completed a number of provincial and municipal scientific research projects, won many provincial and municipal scientific research achievements awards, published more than 30 academic papers, and went abroad for academic visits and exchanges many times. She is one of the earliest experts participating in LASIK surgery for myopia correction, has performed more than 70,000 laser surgeries for correction of myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism, and has conducted deep research on and owned rich clinical experience in optometry theory and surgical application.

Jianjun Song

Chief Physician& Director of Huaian Guangming Hospital

Graduated from Nanjing Medical University, Dr. Song is a member of China Myopia Prevention & Control Association and member of Ophthalmology Society. He is good at femtosecond laser treatment of myopia, ICL (intraocular lens implantation) surgery for super-high myopia, cataract phacoemulsification and strabismus, etc., has unique ideas and methods for the treatment of ocular surface diseases, has been engaged in ophthalmology clinical work for more than 20 years, went to Singapore National Eye Centre and Tianjin Medical University Eye Hospital for further study many times, won the New Medical Technology Introduction Award for his "Laser Treatment of Myopia" project, and published more than 10 articles in national periodicals.