For your laser vision correction, we only use the best latest laser equipment on the market.
Back to 20/20 vision—with Alcon's premium lasers
All our treatments are performed with state-of-the-art lasers by Alcon, one of the world's market leaders.
WaveLight® FS200 Femtosecond Laser
During LASIK treatment, the cornea is remodeled inside the tissue. For this purpose, the femtosecond laser creates an extremely thin cover (flap) in the cornea's top layer.
Special features of the FS200
• One-piece, injection-molded design for more predictable results
• Transparency and enhanced visibility through an unobstructed 360° view of the eye
• Better external visualization of the surgical field
Only the best technology
For excellence in refractive treatment, Alcon's WaveLight® Refractive Suite combines excimer and femtosecond technology with a wide range of treatment options to ensure that you get the best possible results from your laser vision correction at betterview.
WaveLight® EX500 Excimer Laser
Individually adapted to each eye! The WaveLight® EX500 Excimer Laser offers numerous treatment options to a wide variety of patient groups.
Special features of the EX500
• Multidimensional eye-tracking technology
• A laser frequency of 500Hz enables the correction of one diopter in just 1.4 seconds
During a 30-minute, no-obligation, free initial consultation on site, we'll find out whether you can have your vision corrected with a laser and which treatment option is best for you.
What is the probability of success for my laser vision correction?
Exceptionally high. In about 95% of the treatments, there are no residual vision defects. But if this is the case, they can usually be corrected with a second treatment.
Can vision be corrected with a laser more than once?
Yes, if your cornea is thick enough
Does laser vision correction last a lifetime?
Yes. Usually, after your laser eye treatment, you won't need glasses for distance for the rest of your life. Deterioration is very rare, and if it happens, it affects patients who already had a very high diopter value before the treatment.
Are there any scientific studies and findings on laser eye treatment?
Laser eye treatments have been successfully performed since the 1990s. During this time, over 35 million corrections have taken place worldwide. Based on this large number, the following can be summarized from various studies:
For which age group is laser eye treatment an option?
Basically, about 98% of 18- to 45-year-olds are eligible for laser eye treatment. In some circumstances, laser correction is also possible for people over 45 years of age. As a rule, however, the replacement of the lenses is preferable from this age. We offer this as well. Which treatment method is actually suitable for you will be clarified and discussed in detail in our free and non-binding examinations.