LASIK PRESBYOND2019-05-10T12:10:54-03:00

LASIK PRESBYOND

A revolutionary procedure to correct the symptoms of age-related near vision loss

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LASIK PRESBYOND overview

Laser Blended Vision PRESBYOND is the way of treating patients with presbyopia that aims to achieve clear sight at all distances, near, distance and intermediate. Dr. Leonard Teye-Botchway himself had this procedure to correct his presbyopia. Watch the video below to watch his story.

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After a comprehensive assessment is completed . Based on the thorough assessment, your doctor will be able to determine the correct treatment plan to catch the right procedure.

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Leonard Teye-Botchway Consultant Ophthalmic Physician and Surgeon |MBChB, FRCS(G), MBA, FWACS, FGCS, DCEH (Lond), Postgraduate Diploma in Cataracts and Refractive Surgery

I am Leonard Teye-Botchway and I am the Medical Director and Consultant Ophthalmologist at Bermuda International Institute of Ophthalmology in Bermuda. The joy and elation I get from seeing patients who are very happy they can see after surgery is almost unimaginable. This is what really drives me to carry on being an ophthalmologist.

We have sourced some or all of the content on this page from The American Academy of Ophthalmology, with permission.

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