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Laser surgery co- management IN ABBOTSFORD

See the world in a new light .

Most people with vision correction issues are interested in LASIK and whether it's right for them. Lasers help surgeons reshape the cornea, the clear tissue at the front of the eye, to allow for better light refraction and correct refractive errors such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia.

At Precious Eyes Optometry, we provide comprehensive laser eye consultation services to help you prepare for and recover from laser eye surgery.

Types of Surgeries:

LASIK Eye Surgery(laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis) is one of the most common types of laser eye surgeries. During the procedure, the surgeon creates a thin flap in the cornea and uses a computer guided laser to reshape the tissue underneath. After the cornea has been reshaped, the surgeon carefully repositions the corneal flap back into its original position where it adheres naturally without the need for stitches.

PRK Eye Surgery: PRK Photorefractive Keratectomy eye surgery involves removing the outer layer of the cornea which will allow direct access to the underlying corneal tissue. The recovery time is approximately one week, and vision usually improves within two weeks.

Cross Linking: Cross linking is a medical procedure used to treat keratoconus. It helps to stabilize the shape of the cornea and prevent further deterioration of vision.


Before the surgery, Our Optometrist will evaluate your eye health and vision, and determine if you are a good candidate for laser eye surgery. Once we establish your eyes are healthy, we will refer you to a trusted and experienced laser eye surgeon who can perform the procedure safely and effectively.

Some tips before the surgery:

Plan for a few days off work or other activities to allow for recovery time.

Stop wearing contact lenses for a certain period before the surgery.

Arrange someone to drive you home after surgery.

Post op:

After your surgery, our optometrist will evaluate the eye health to ensure that the cornea is healing properly.

We will also check:

Visual acuity to determine how well you are seeing following the surgery.

Prescribe eye drops to keep eyes comfortable.

Schedule follow up visits to monitor the progress.


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Often overlooked, our eyes play a crucial role in our daily lives, offering us the gift of sight and insight into our surroundings.

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Unit 120, 1575 McCallum Road, Abbotsford , BC V2S 3N3

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Phone: 604-746-3937

Fax: 604-746-3938