This is the same procedure as LASIK. The only difference is the flap thickness. Ordinary LASIK surgery is impossible to perform on patients with high myopia, a thin cornea, or larger than normal sized pupils. Micro LASIK is performed on individuals who are not good candidates for regular LASIK.
1. A micro-keratome glides across the cornea making an incision resulting in a flap.
2. The corneal flap is lifted up. In Micro LASIK, the flap thickness is 90~100.
3. A laser reshapes the corneal curvature by ablation.
4. The corneal flap is replaced in its original position.
Contact Us Direction PC Ver