Eliminate your dependence on contact lenses or glasses
No more having to hunt for glasses or struggle with contact lenses. No need to bring along all of your extra glasses and contact supplies
Play sports. Travel. Work. Enjoy everyday life unencumbered by glasses or contact lenses
Although every procedure involves some risk, laser eye surgery is commonly performed with very high safety and efficacy profiles
Studies show that the majority of patients obtain 20/20 vision or better after laser eye surgery
Determine your vision and lifestyle requirements based on your daily activities
Take a thorough clinical history to ascertain general and ocular health
Perform a series of eye examinations and investigations
Discuss test results and provide an explanation of their meaning
Your surgeon will discuss potential surgical options for laser vision correction or lens correction
Plan procedure dates
and organise surgery
Precise surgical outcomes: 90% of laser surgeries within 0.5D of intended target refraction, 99% within 0.75D
99% of Laser Vision Correction patients 20/25 or better without glasses
Safely optimising vision using state of the art diagnostic, laser and surgical techniques and technology
Meticulous attention to detail ensuring your vision is protected
For most people, laser eye surgery costs far less than a lifetime of prescription glasses or contacts. The cost of laser eye surgery varies, depending on the type of procedure and the technology used. While glasses and contact lenses require ongoing costs, laser eye surgery is a one-time investment.
Please find our indicative costing guide for different types of laser eye surgeries below:
Please note that for ICL Surgery, there are hospital fees and anaesthetic fees that are separate to this cost. Contact Vision Clinic Sydney for a free vision screening so we can provide you with a customised quote for your case.
*Weekly payments by Medipay are over a four year period. Account and interest charges apply.
Over 20 to
55 years old
Short-sightedness, long-sightedness and astigmatism
Stable prescription for over 18 months
Dr Kumar is an Ophthalmic Surgeon with specific and extensive training in conventional and Laser Cataract Surgery, Laser Vision Correction, alternatives to laser surgery, Cornea Transplantation Surgery, the management of Keratoconus and Pterygium Surgery. Dr Kumar is also committed to the management of glaucoma and retina conditions.
Dr Kumar chose ophthalmology because he was fascinated by the complexity of the eye and vision. He is enabled by superior technology and surgical techniques available within ophthalmology to improve vision for patients.
Dr Kumar graduated in Medicine from the University of Newcastle in 1998 and earned a Masters of Public Health degree from the University of New South Wales. He worked at the Sydney Retina Clinic with Dr Andrew Chang prior to completing his Ophthalmology Fellowship training at the Sydney Eye Hospital.
Thereafter, Dr Kumar was awarded the Sydney Eye Hospital Alumni Travelling Fellowship to pursue further training in Cornea and Refractive Surgery.
This component of his training occurred under the guidance of Professors David Rootman and Allan Slomovic at the Toronto Western Hospital and the Yonge Eglinton Laser Centre at the University of Toronto in Canada.
Subsequently he has undertaken a Masters in Cataract and Refractive Surgery from the University of Sydney as part of his ongoing commitment to self education.
Committed to education in the field of ophthalmology, Dr. Kumar is a clinical senior lecturer at the Australian School of Advanced Medicine, Macquarie University. He is a regular reviewer for articles submitted for publication in the Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, the British Journal of Ophthalmology and Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology. He has published numerous peer reviewed papers and book chapters involving his specialty interests. He is a member of the Australian, American and European Societies of Cataract and Refractive Surgery.
Dr Kumar has extensive experience using the femtosecond laser to perform LASIK and cornea transplantations. Given this background, he was amongst the first surgeons in Australia to perform femtosecond laser assisted cataract surgery.
Dr. Kumar is committed to the preservation and improvement of quality of vision. He is dedicated to maintaining the highest standard of ophthalmic medical and surgical care
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