The most advanced
7D laser eye surgery

The revolutionary SmartSurfACE
method for only 745€ per eye.

Welcome to EXCIMER, one of the most sought after vision specialists in Europe boasting world-class surgeons, leading technology and unrivalled quality. Same day eye test & treatment option available.
0
years of
experience
+
successful cut-free
eye treatments

Helping you
see better !

Get a world class treatment from Europe’s top eye surgeons! Our Schwind Amaris, equipped with 7-dimensional eye tracking for precise delivery of laser pulses is considered the world’s most advanced excimer laser for vision correction, with all treatments covered by our lifetime warranty.

Book your appointment on +421 260 201 511 or complete our online form

Contact-uk
GDPR *
I agree to allow Excimer to store and process my personal data. Learn more about our privacy policy here
Marketing consent
I agree to receive other communications from Excimer
  • SmartSurfACE
  • Schwind Amaris 1050 RS
  • 7D eye tracking

SmartSurfACE

The world’s only eye lasering procedure that is touch-free. Unlike with previous methods, the eye is not touched with any instrument. Instead, the SCHWIND AMARIS laser corrects vision through the top layers of the cornea, without suction, flap, or incision, and without the use of alcohol. SmartSurfACE is non-invasive, safe, gentle, and stress-free for the patient.
Play Video

Schwind Amaris
1050 RS

The only 7D laser in Slovakia. Our surgery was only the 5th in the world to be equipped with Schwind Amaris 1050 RS 7D, the world’s highest-performance eye laser system. With its most advanced technology in existence and the unique 7D eye tracking, it offers unmatched speed, precision, and safety for laser eye surgery.

7D Eye tracking

Treatment success is enhanced by SCHWIND’s proprietary active 7D eye tracker, which enables a unique level of precision. It is linked to the SCHWIND diagnostic systems and captures all eye motion (static as well as dynamic) during the procedure, for outstanding outcomes. During the procedure it precisely determines and compensates for the following eye movement dimensions: X-axis, Y-axis, Horizontal rolling, Vertical rolling, Eye rotation around the visual axis: static and dynamic cyclotorsion, Z-axis: active compensation for upward and downward movements and time: latency-free tracking predictively compensates for eye movement during the interval between acquisition of the eye tracker image and the next laser pulse.

Changes in pupil size are detected, and the laser is adjusted as necessary. In conjunction with the 7D eye tracker, this automatic function ensures correct centring throughout the procedure.

One of Slovakia’s top eye surgeons and an internationally renowned expert, Mr Cernak is a founding partner of Excimer. In 1993, he carried out the first successful eye surgery in Slovakia at Bratislava’s Kramare eye clinic. He was assisted by MuDr. Elena Sisková, PhD., who also to this day is a member of our team, and one of the top eye surgeons with the highest number of successful treatments in Europe to her name.

prof. MUDr. Andrej Černák, DrSc., FEBO

EXC_0003_Group-1-copy.jpg
EXC_0002_kratko-copy.jpg
EXC_0001_daleko-copy-2.jpg
EXC_0000_daleko-copy.jpg
EXC_0000_simon-wijers-skZplfLeDww-unsplash.jpg

Normal vision [EMMETROPIA]

Short-sightedness [MYOPIA]

Long-sightedness [HYPERMETROPIA]

Astigmatism

PRESBYOPIA

Emmetropia is a condition of the normal eye. It is achieved when the refractive power of the cornea and the axial length of the eye balance out, which focuses rays exactly on the retina, resulting in perfect vision. Common vision disorders such as short-sightedness, long-sightedness or astigmatism, are the result of the light focusing just in front of the retina, or behind it, which is usually caused by the shape of the eye being too short or too long.
It is a common eye condition that causes the patient to see distant objects as blurred, despite clearly seeing their close surroundings. It occurs when a patient’s eye is either too long or the cornea is too curved, or a combination of the two. The light is focused in front of the retina, instead of directly onto it, sending a blurred image to the brain, when myopia patients look at distant objects. Laser treatment is available for patients aged 18 and over.
Long-sightedness results from the length of the eye being too short, or the refraction power of the eye not being strong enough, causing the rays of light that enter the eye to fall behind the retina rather than directly onto it. Hypermetropia can result in blurred vision, primarily at near distance, but it can also affect distance vision. Laser treatment is available for patients aged 35 and over.
Astigmatism is caused by an irregular shape of the eye. Unlike in a healthy eye, where the cornea has a regular, spherical shape, the cornea of a person affected by astigmatism does not have the same curvature in every direction. This affects the way the light rays are focused, resulting in blurred or distorted vision. Treatment is available for patients aged 18 and over.
Presbyopia is another name for long-sightedness, which is caused by aging and results in a need to wear reading correction glasses as we head into our mid-40’s. It is caused by a natural deterioration of accommodation, the ability of the muscles in your eye to focus over a range of distances, making focusing on close objects difficult. Laser treatment of Presbyopia is not recommended.
  • Normal vision
  • Short-sightedness
  • Long-sightedness
  • Astigmatism
  • Presbyopia

© 2020 EXCIMER
Laser eye surgery clinic Bratislava - Karlova Ves