The Different Types of Laser Eye Surgery

Currently there are five main types of laser eye surgery correcting the need for glasses or contact lenses. The final decision as to which type of refractive surgery is appropriate for your needs will be determined after consultation with your ophthalmic surgeon Dr Phillip McGeorge.

Perth Laser Vision are at the forefront of technology, offering the latest advancements for laser eye vision correction. Dr Phillip McGeorge is constantly updating his skill base to internationally recognised standards with innovative procedures to rectify over 90% of visual related eye conditions.

Laser Refractive Surgery is available for:

LASIK – Laser Vision Correction

LASIK is the most commonly performed laser eye surgery to treat myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness) and astigmatism. Ideally suited for people with an active lifestyle. Read more

Corneal Inlays

Clinically proven, safe and effective technology to combat the effects of visual aging. KAMRA™ corneal inlay is a revolutionary treatment for presbyopia with thousands of people worldwide choosing KAMRA™ vision as their preferred treatment. Ideally suited for people 40 to 60 years of age by restoring their reading and computer vision while maintaining excellent distance vision. Read more


Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK) differs from LASIK in that it involves the complete removal of the surface layer of the cornea (epithelium) before the laser correction begins. Read more

Phakic Intra-Ocular Lenses

This procedure involves adding an artificial lens of the required power to supplement the natural lens of the eye with to provide better unaided vision.  Read more

Premium Lens Implants

This procedure involves replacing the natural lens of the eye with an artificial lens of the required power to provide better unaided vision. Read more

LenSx® Laser Cataract Surgery

Using the Latest Laser technology, patients now have the option of choosing a bladeless, computer controlled LenSx® Laser to perform the first 3 critical steps of cataract surgery. Read more