Eligibility & Costs

The majority of common reading, refractive and cataract problems can be resolved with laser eye surgery.

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Laser Eye Surgery Eligibility

Generally a suitable candidate:

  • Will be at least 20 years of age.
  • Will have had stable vision for the last 12 months.
  • Is not pregnant.
  • Is free of certain diseases of the cornea and retina.
  • Is generally in good health.

Factors that may determine your eligibility for surgery

  • Your sporting and recreational activities
  • Glasses or contact lens history
  • Overall eye health history (e.g. previous eye surgeries or history of Keratoconus)

At LASERSIGHT, we know that no two eyes are the same. To plan your individual treatment plan, we offer free assessments with our qualified staff to determine your suitability for eye surgery.

If you are found not to be suitable for laser eye surgery, we offer many other vision correction procedures that may be right for you.

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If you need further information our friendly operators are available to discuss your personal needs. Live chat is also available or take our complimentary eye assessment.

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Frequently asked questions

Am I eligible for Lasik for CustomEyes?

Generally, a suitable candidate will be at least 20 years of age, have had a stable vision for the last 12 months, is not pregnant, is free of certain diseases of the cornea and retina and is generally in good health.

How long will the procedure take?

Each procedure takes only a few minutes on each eye but you will need to be at the centre for a few hours to ensure all pre- and post-operative checks are carried out.

How soon can I get back to normal, drive, play sport or go to work?

Most people return to work and drive the day after LASIK surgery.

Will I be able to throw away my glasses after LASIK?

This depends on your age and what you and the surgeon decide. The goal is for you to throw away your glasses!

Do I need to take time off from work?

This depends on the procedure you have and your work environment. It is possible to have a consultation and surgery on the same day.

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Just like a fingerprint, no two eyes are the same. That's why the optimal visual result for your eyes can only be achieved if your eyes are examined, measured and treated uniquely and individually.

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