Now that you’ve read all about the TransPRK that we offer at the Sydney Eye Clinic. It’s over to you to make the decision to take the next step.
Your decision making process
Deciding to have laser correction surgery is a personal decision that should be based on your individual needs and goals.
Here are some things to consider when deciding if laser correction surgery is right for you:
Your current vision: TransPRK is most effective in people who have stable vision. If your vision is still changing, you may need to wait until it stabilizes.
Your age: TransPRK is generally not recommended for people under the age of 18, as the eye is still developing and the risk of complications is higher.
Your overall health: TransPRK is generally safe, but it may not be suitable for people with certain medical conditions or who take certain medications. Our eye surgeon will be able to determine if you are a good candidate for surgery based on your overall health.
Your lifestyle and goals: TransPRK can improve vision and reduce or eliminate the need for glasses or contacts. However, it is not a guarantee, and you may still need to wear glasses or contacts for certain activities or in certain lighting conditions. It is important to have realistic expectations about the results of surgery and to discuss them with our eye surgeon.
If you are considering TransPRK, it is important to consult with our laser eye consultants who can assess your eyes and determine if you are a good candidate for the procedure. The eye doctor can also provide more information about the risks and benefits of the surgery and help you make an informed decision.
What is your motivating factors?
There are several motivations that may lead people to have Laser Vision Correction:
Poor vision: People with poor vision may be motivated to have laser eye surgery to improve their vision and reduce their dependence on glasses or contact lenses.
Convenience: TransPRK is a quick and relatively safe procedure with no cuts or flaps, and it allows people to go about their activities with great safety and the knowledge of long term stability.
Tired: This may be an appealing option for people who are tired of the inconvenience of wearing glasses or contacts.
Self-confidence: Some people may feel self-conscious about their appearance when wearing glasses or contacts, and may seek TransPRK surgery to improve their self-confidence and enhance their appearance.
Sports and activities: People who participate in sports or other physical activities may be motivated to have TransPRK surgery to improve their performance. Glasses and contacts can be inconvenient or even dangerous in certain activities, and TransPRK can provide a more permanent solution.
Career advancement: Some people may feel that their glasses or contacts are holding them back in their career, and may seek TransPRK surgery to improve their appearance and increase their professional confidence.
Would like to find out if you can have TransPRK?
Contact the Sydney Eye Clinic or call 1300 128 114 or book on line for a free consultation.
Clear vision is more affordable than you think.