Are you looking for PRK Eye Surgery? Your search ends here.
Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK) is an eye surgery that corrects the cornea’s shape with a laser. It is the most effective vision correction procedure to treat the following conditions:
- Myopia (nearsightedness)
- Hyperopia (farsightedness)
- Astigmatism (an irregular eye shape that causes blurry vision).
PRK surgery is the best option for those who have a higher risk of eye injury. PRK is better than any other form of eye surgery be is LASIK. However, the results of both surgeries are almost the same. LASIK takes a few days to show up with the proper result whereas, PRK takes longer. As prescribed by surgeons, PRKis considered as much safer than LASIK, and it lasts long.
What is PRK Eye Surgery?
It is a type of refractive surgery. This kind of surgery uses a laser to treat vision problems caused by refractive errors. You have a refractive error when your eye does not refract light properly. In this procedure, the top layer of the cornea is removed.
Although PRK surgery is expensive than Lasik surgery, its effects are more noticeable. The difference between both surgeries is approx $1200. Lasik surgery ranges between $1000- $2600 per eye and, PRK ranges from $2000-$4000 for both eyes. Results of PRK are much better than the normal LASIK surgery.
Benefits of PRK Eye Surgery:
- Long history of success
- No flap created during surgery
- Small chance of long-term complications
- High rate of success
To get PRK eye surgery, you can contact Columbus LASIK Vision. Our Experienced surgeon, Dr. William F. Columbus M.D., has performed OVER 30,000 procedures since FDA approval in 1996! With a mission to make vision correction available for all, Columbus LASIK Vision is 50% more affordable than other Philadelphia centers. One Single Price for all prescriptions.
If you are thinking of undergoing PRK to get perfect vision and get rid of Glasses or Contact lenses, do not hesitate to consult. We will help you find out which LASIK procedure is the best suitable for you and guide you in detail about pre-and post-surgery cautions.