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It corrects only spectacle number but does not correct any other distortion.


It corrects spectacle number and optimized correction of distortions to maintain a prolate natural like cornea, thus giving better vision at night and dim illumination.

Wavefront-optimized LASIK, is an enhanced version of conventional LASIK. It does not address pre-operative HOAs, but the laser ablation is adjusted, based on the patient's eyeglasses prescription, to minimize any increase in spherical aberration induced by the treatment.

So whereas the goal of wavefront-guided LASIK is to identify and treat multiple HOAs (including spherical aberration) and refractive error during the corneal reshaping of the eye, the goal of wavefront-optimized LASIK is only to limit any increase in spherical aberration during the treatment of refractive error by the laser.


It corrects spectacle number and the optical distortion. These distortions are measured in a wave form with a aberrometer which is extremely precise. Individualised customized wavefront guided vision correction outcomes avhieved are far superior then conventional or optimized lasik surgery.

Custom LASIK has become the most common vision correction procedure performed in the United States. The acceptance of Custom LASIK by patients and eye care professionals is due to rapid visual recovery, excellent visual results, and increased safety. When performed by Dr.Kenia the Custom LASIK procedure for both eyes takes approximately 15 minutes !

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