Your eye functions similarly to a high-quality camera. The cornea is the transparent surface at the front of the eye, and the lens works together to direct light onto the retina, which is located at the back of the eye, resembling a camera’s film.
However, specific conditions can affect the accurate focusing of light, and these are known as refractive errors. For individuals experiencing these conditions, laser or vision correction surgery can effectively treat these conditions and improve one’s eyesight.
These refractive errors include:
At Moorfields Eye Hospitals, our refractive (LASIK) specialists in Dubai and Abu Dhabi have extensive sub-speciality training in diagnosing and treating all refractive errors using the latest diagnostic tools and advanced techniques, to reduce dependency on eyewear and enhance the quality of life.
Combined device consisting of a slit illumination system and a Scheimpflug camera which rotates around the eye to give an automatic measurement of an over-all view of the anterior segment of the eye
A non-contact measurement of the thickness of the nerve fibre layer.