Refractive surgery

It’s time to see the world with different eyes

Refractive surgery is used to correct defects caused by myopia, hypermetropia, astigmatism or presbyopia. It’s the ideal procedure for those who wish to drastically decrease the need for glasses or contact lenses.


It is an anomaly in the eye that produces blurry vision when looking at distant objects.


of patients operated on for farsightedness report that after the procedure they are very satisfied with their vision.


They say that after the procedure, they see the same or better than what they saw with their glasses.


of patients were able to drive without the need for glasses or contact lenses after the procedure.
It is an anomaly in the eye that produces blurry vision when looking at distant objects
It is caused when the defect in your eye is higher due to excessive eye growth.
It is an anomaly in the eye that produces blurry vision when looking at close objects.
It is the anomaly in the eye that produces distorted vision of certain objects.
It is the abnormality of the eye that produces blurred near vision. It starts after the age of 40.

How to prepare for refractive surgery?

For the night before and the day of your surgery you should take into account the following tips:

You are eligible if…

You are overage

Adequate corneal thickness

Don’t have dry eye problems

Don’t suffer any more ocular illnesses

Your progression has been stable for the last two years

Do you want to know if you meet all the requirements?

There are two types of refractive surgery:
Corneal refractive laser surgery.
Intraocular refractive surgery.

In the corneal refractive laser surgery, a microscopic ablation or engravement is performed to the cornea to change its curvature and correct the refractive defect. In an intraocular lens surgery a lens is implanted inside the eye to correct the defect with the same formula you use in your glasses.
Even though it is a very safe surgery there are risks that include dry eye, halos in your vision, requiring additional corrections, using glasses again, infections, problems with scar tissue, inflammation, needing other surgeries on an ocular level , among others.

Our operating rooms

Our operating room unit is outfitted with the latest technology and qualified professional personnel in ophthalmologic surgeries. In them we can perform all types of ambulatory ophthalmological surgeries in optimal conditions for our patients.