How wavefront Lasik is done and what it is.
By employing a laser to reshape the cornea, traditional LASIK surgery may simply adjust for focusing power.
A version of that standard process called wavefront LASIK corrects for spatial variations in vision based on data from a wavefront sensor.
A wavefront sensor essentially measures the eye itself. Measurements of the wavefront indicate the imperfections in the lens that lead to optical aberrations
The cornea is specifically shaped by Wavefront to provide corrected vision. In many areas, Wavefront provides superior outcomes than conventional LASIK.
Due to generated spherical aberration, LASIK has several possible adverse effects, like as halos or glare.
The addition of wavefront technology will be welcomed by everyone thinking about having Lasik laser eye surgery.
It provides the information the eye surgeon needs to perform a more successful and successful surgery.
A new technique is now accessible to eye surgeons, improving the accuracy of vision correction. It is known as a "wavefront."