At the Tygervalley Eye and Laser Centre, we specialize in life-changing eye operations and realise the need for safe and reliable laser vision correction in Cape Town for those who need it most. Our Cape Town eyecare specialists are constantly researching new and improved surgical eye procedures in the quest to provide the most advanced technology and surgical procedures of the highest standard to our South Africa patients. Read below and discover which procedures we perform and how they can help you towards a clearer future. If you are ready to start the new adventure of being able to see clearer again without glasses or contacts then contact our office today! Read below and discover which procedures we perform and how they can help you towards a clearer future.
Lasik operations can be used to treat a wide range of vision errors. Although postoperative results may vary, most patients are able to pass a drivers license test without their glasses or contact lenses afterwards.
iLasik (femto-Lasik) is an advanced, blade-free refractive eye surgery which is used to correct refractive errors including hyperopia (far sightedness), myopia (short sightedness) and astigmatism.
Over half the people over the age of 65 have some degree of cataract development and most cases can be treated with cataract eye surgery.
Keratoconus is a condition in which the shape of the cornea, which is usually round, is shaped like a rugby ball, developing a cone-shaped bulge, resulting in diminished vision.
The ICL is implanted behind the iris, in front of the natural lens of the eye. The operation is similar to a cataract operation except that the natural lens of the eye is left in place.
Using a Femtosecond laser results in a faster recovery of best corrected visual acuity and less induced astigmatism when compared to the conventional blade trephination incision.
Multifocal Intraocular lenses are becoming increasingly popular as today’s active seniors who undergo cataract surgery become increasingly demanding of improved results.
Macular degeneration is the name given to certain conditions affecting the retina, which causes loss of central vision.
Diabetic eye disease is a comprehensive term used to describe a group of eye problems that people with diabetes may face as a complication of their illness.
If your doctor recently told you that you have glaucoma, you may be wondering what that means, what glaucoma treatment entails and how it can affect your sight.
Presbyopia Treatment creates a multifocal cornea and is an attractive option to make you less dependant on reading glasses.
Also known as floater laser treatment, vitreolysis is a non-invasive, pain-free procedure that can eliminate the visual disturbances caused by floaters.
An Epi-Retinal Membrane is a cellophane-like membrane that forms over the macula.
Dry eye syndrome is a common pathology affecting between 5 and 15% of the population with symptoms increasing with age.