Firstly, let us welcome to our TransPRK website!
Our team and I have worked together to provide you with the most up-to-date and reliable information on TransPRK from various websites and other readings. TransPRK is the latest development in laser refractive surgery on the cornea. This is an all-laser technique for treating short-sightedness (myopia), astigmatism and youthful long-sightedness (hyperopia).
This method of treating refractive errors is gaining popularity because of its elegance and simplicity. Treatment is done without touching the cornea and the accuracy of treatment is excellent. It requires no flap creation and therefore, avoids all the complications related to the flap and is superior to Epi-LASIK because there is no blade necessary to remove the superficial surface layer of the cornea (epithelium). The epithelium is gently vaporized by the laser and only the minimal amount of corneal tissue is removed, leaving the cornea stronger than with other procedures.development in laser refractive surgery on the cornea. This is an all-laser technique for treating short-sightedness (myopia), astigmatism and youthful long-sightedness (hyperopia).
TransPRK is a no touch, no blade technique has all the benefits of Epi-LASIK with none of the risks. This is ideal for active sportsmen and people working in jobs that have high risk of injury to the eye.
By reading our website, we hope you learn more about TransPRK and whether it is suitable for you!
Dr Jerry Tan and Dr Por Yong Ming
Jerry Tan Eye Surgery
Featured Articles and Videos
Click here to watch an introductory video on TransPRK to learn about the entire procedure that is being carried out during the surgery. Transepithelial PhotoRefractive Keratectomy (or TransPRK for short), represents a very recent iteration of laser refractive surgery. Full Article →
SCHWIND eye-tech-solutions is the specialist for refractive and therapeutic corneal surgery. The company develops, produces and markets a comprehensive product portfolio for the treatment of ametropia and corneal diseases. In more than fifty years of steady growth… Full Article →
This is an article from the EuroTimes written by Roibeard O’hEineachain in Paris, about cTen (also known as TransPRK), and its advantages. cTen stands for Customised Trans-Epithelial No-touch, which represents the custom trans-epithelial all laser surface ablation, as in TransPRK. Full Article →
An article from the Open Opthalmology Journal written by 3 doctors from Emmetropia Mediterranean Eye Clinic, Elefteria Square 44, Heraklion, Crete 71201, Greece. This article was written to analyse visual, refractive and topographic… Full Article →