Post RK Surgery

PVR PROSE Lens for Post Radial Keratotomy RK

Radial Keratotomy, though once considered safe, was extremely invasive. The operation required the patient to undergo anesthesia and the surgeon would spend about 20 minutes operating on each eye. During the surgery, a scalpel was used to flatten the cornea. Afterwards, both the doctor and patient would celebrate the restored vision.

Unfortunately, the “restored vision“ was only temporary for many patients and thousands of others suffered more after Radial Keratotomy than they did before it.

Over the years, Dr. Irwin Azman has treated numerous Post Radial Keratotomy (RK) complications with his Precision Vision Rehabilitation (PVR) PROSE Treatment. The most common symptoms among these patients include irregular astigmatisms, loss of vision and double vision. Global Complex Eye Care has a variety of treatment methods that address each of these conditions.

The Precision Vision Rehabilitation PVR PROSE Treatment is for irregular corneas caused by refractive surgery such as Radial Keratotomy (RK), Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK), and LASIK. In addition, distorted corneas caused by Keratoconus, Pellucid Marginal Degeneration PMD, Stevens-Johnson Syndrome SJS, and other complex corneal conditions.

With the PVR PROSE Treatment, Global Contact Lens Specialists has the experience, knowledge, and technology to offer a precise-fitting process to create a new ocular surface, with the a proper fit, and great vision.

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Precision Vision Rehabilitation – PVR PROSE Treatment.