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Vision and Eye Health.
It’s What We Do. It’s All We Do.

Here at Atlas Eye Specialist Centre, we adopt the US FDA-approved ZEISS technology to provide all 3 types of laser vision correction to correct myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. We recognise that not everyone’s eyes are the same and we aim to find a treatment most suited to your lifestyle and visual needs.


SMall Incision Lenticule Extraction (ReLEx® SMILE) is a minimally invasive procedure which combines the qualities of both PRK and LASIK – flapless and fast recovery. A flapless procedure where the corneal structure is left largely intact, SMILE is ideal for individuals who have active lifestyles/occupations with a risk of trauma to the head or eyes and/or for those predisposed to chronic dry eye. The single-step procedure takes 24 seconds and patients need not change their position unlike LASIK that requires 2 different lasers.

Wavefront bladeless LASIK

Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis (LASIK) is a flap surgery. A thin 22mm flap is created with a rapid femtosecond laser. The flap is then gently folded back to expose the corneal surface for an excimer laser to reshape the cornea for vision correction. Visual recovery is quick and it is rare for patients to experience flap-related effects. LASIK is the more widely performed laser vision correction procedure since its introduction in the early 1990s. LASIK improves upon PRK in the areas of discomfort and recovery time, but may come with a higher possibility of dry eye.

Advanced surface ablation
(Wavefront PRK)

PhotoRefractive Keratectomy (PRK) is a ‘no-flap no incision’ procedure based on surface ablation. The visual correction is made directly on the cornea surface after the thin outer layer of the cornea (epithelium) is removed. Visual recovery following PRK treatment generally takes longer and can be accompanied by some discomfort. PRK offers distinct advantages for patients with lower prescription and slightly thinner corneas. Other procedures that fall under the category of advanced surface ablation include epi-LASIK, LASEK and TransPRK.


LASIK is suitable for most people but some may be excluded from the procedure. During the evaluation, you will go through an eye examination to ascertain your suitability and the type of treatment best suited for your eyes.


Eye degree check by qualified and certified Optometrist.

Detailed mapping and analysis of the cornea

Determine if the cornea is sufficiently thick for LASIK.

Identify any abnormal or weak cornea shapes which are not suited for LASIK.

Slit lamp examination –
Eye health examination

Diagnose any eye infection, injuries, irregularities and cataracts.

Personalised counselling.

Why Choose Atlas Eye Specialist Centre?

We listen intently to your needs and offer customised solutions, all the while aiming for optimal visual outcomes. You can rest assured that safety and quality assurance are never compromised, and everything, from costs to potential risks, is thoroughly explained. We aim to give you a personalised experience that you will not easily forget. Your sight is precious, and you should do all you can to ensure a positive outcome for your health and well-being. Contact us today to find out more – we truly look forward to hearing from you.

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290 Orchard Road Paragon Medical #07-09 Singapore 238859
Access via Lift Lobby E or F

Tel: +65 6737 9119 | Email:

Opening hours:Mon to Fri: 8:30am to 5:30pm
Sat: By appointment only

290 Orchard Road Paragon Medical #07-09 Singapore 238859
Access via Lift Lobby E or F

Tel: +65 6737 9119

Opening hours:
Mon to Fri: 8:30am to 5:30pm
Sat: By appointment only