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Lasik Center

Lasik Center, Thainakarin Hospital, offers eye treatment services to the patients having eye problems such as myopia, hyperopia, or astigmatism

Lasik Center, 12th Floor


We provide eye treatment services to the patients having eye problems such as myopia, hyperopia, or astigmatism. We focus on effective and standard treatment by employing expertise, elaboration and accuracy of practices in service as well as extra care from specialized medical staff, nurses and expert team.

Lasik is used to solve eyesight problems such as myopia and astigmatism in which the surface layer of the cornea is separated and base curve is adjusted by laser. Lasik Center, Thainakarin Hospital provide treatment and correction of eyesight by using wave front for individuals.

Who are qualified to have lasik?

  • A person having 18 years of age or more and have static eyesight
  • A person not having any prohibited disease such as SLE
  • A person who is not currently pregnant or breastfeeding
  • A person who does not have abnormal cornea disease or cataracts
  • A person who does not take roaccutane

Preparation before having lasik

  • For those who wear soft contact lenses, remove them at least 3 days prior to having lasik. For those who wear had contact lenses, move them at least 7 days prior to having lasik. In case of wearing glasses and never wearing contact lenses, an appointment for eye examination for lasik can be immediately made.
  • On the date of eye assessment, do not drive by yourself as eye drops for pupillary dilation will be used which may cause you blurred eyesight and will be back to normal within 4-6 hours.
  • As eye assessment before lasik requires personal information, those who are interested in having lasik should meet the ophthalmologist who have expertise in lasik for examination and consultation to seek the best alternative for each patient.

Post-lasik practices in the first week

  • Do not let water or dust get into the eyes.
  • Cover the eyes before going to bed to prevent the eyes from being touched within the first 7 days.
  • Use eye drops to prevent infection. Use artificial tears as prescribed by the ophthalmologist.
  • Do not swim or dive for one month.
  • Visit the ophthalmologist for checkup as scheduled.