The Perfect Vision surgery and clinic is the only accredited day surgery in Australia offering iLasik.
With over 40,000 successful procedures, Perfect Vision is the only laser vision correction clinic in Australia to truly combine expert surgeons, world-leading technology and personalised service for your treatment.
3/25-29 Hunter Street
Hornsby, NSW 2077
iLASIK is the most effective eye refractive surgery method to date. Using precision laser technology, iLASIK can correct conditions of nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia) and astigmatism. It currently presents itself as one the most effective solutions for sufferers to date.
iLASIK is different from normal LASIK surgery because it recognises that every eye is different, just like Perfect Vision realise every patient is different. Using 3D mapping technology, the characteristics and uniqueness of each eye is recognised. Then using this information, a blueprint is developed so that the lasers can target the right areas. High-frequency pulses are used to create a corneal flap which is lifted so that another laser can repair your eyes.
Improvement in the quality of your vision
After iLASIK surgery, your vision should improve immensely. Giving you the ability to focus on close and far away objects with the same capacity as anyone else. We aim to provide long-lasting results for all patients.
No glasses or contact lenses
It’s likely that you’ll be able to do away with any glasses or contact lenses you once owned with your improved vision making them useless. iLASIK surgery is the most successful form of refractive surgery out there.
Achieve 20/20 vision
Our goal at Perfect Vision is to improve your vision by as much as possible. Ideally, after iLASIK surgery, you’ll be able to achieve 20/20 vision, which is considered normal for most people.
Cheaper than glasses
Depending on your age and the price of your glasses it’s entirely possible that laser eye surgery could cost less in the long term. It’s estimated that each adult replaces their glasses every 2-3 years, iLASIK is a long-term solution.
iLASIK surgery removes any need for a blade in the procedure. Using 3D mapping technology and precise lasers instead, the procedure involves no cutting with a blade whatsoever. Perfect Vision’s innovative technology is extremely safe and reliable.
Perfect Vision offers payment plans
Perfect Vision offers flexible payment plans for procedures so that you can leave with improved vision, but worry about paying for it later. Offering interest-free plans and extended payment plans that are tailored to your needs.
Laser Eye Services
At Perfect Vision, we carry out a very thorough examination of your eyes to assess their overall health primarily, before we consider any refractive procedures. At your initial consultation, you will see a team of experts including our Orthoptist and renowned surgeons who will take various scans of your eyes, measure your vision and prescription as well as take a microscopic view inside the eye.
iLasik™ combines the revolutionary technology of femtosecond laser flap LASIK, with 3-D mapping, precise measurement and computer-guided lasers, to correct your vision.
Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK) is recommended when a patient’s corneas are abnormally shaped, have a fragile surface, or are considered too thin for iLASIK™.
Monovision uses laser correction technology to correct presbyopia, the age-related condition that generally requires patients to wear bifocal glasses.
Implantable Contact Lenses
We have an extensive range of the most technologically advanced Implantable Contact Lenses available, which are used in non-laser surgery treatments.
Refractive Lens Exchange
Ideal for patients who need several pairs of glasses, for close reading vision and for far distances such as when watching television or driving.
Perfect Vision patients are treated using the IOL Master®, which allows the specialist to take the fastest and most accurate measurements possible.
Myopia, which is commonly known as short-sightedness, causes sufferers to experience difficulty focusing on distant objects.
Long-sightedness is a common vision problem, affecting a quarter of the population. People with hyperopia have difficulty focusing on objects that are up close.
Presbyopia is a very common condition in people 40 years and over and occurs as the lens loses flexibility and becomes less able to change its shape to allow images to come into in focus.
Astigmatisms are caused by an irregularity in the shape of the cornea or lens in the eye. Symptoms include blurred vision and at times even headaches and eyestrain.