Practice

Suite 414, 100 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne
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Experience

Expert in:

  • LASIK
  • Refractive surgery


Services & pricing

Nearsightedness surgery


Suite 414, 100 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne

No price information

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Refractive surgery

from $2,600


Suite 414, 100 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne

from $2,600

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First visit Ophthalmology

from $180


Suite 414, 100 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne

from $180

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Subsequent visits Ophthalmology

from $100


Suite 414, 100 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne

from $100

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Cataract surgery


Suite 414, 100 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne

No price information

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Laser vision correction

from $2,600


Suite 414, 100 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne

from $2,600

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Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis

from $2,600


Suite 414, 100 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne

from $2,600

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LASIK

from $2,600


Suite 414, 100 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne

from $2,600

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LASIK eye surgery

from $2,600


Suite 414, 100 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne

from $2,600

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  • Question about Ganfort 0.3/5 Eye drops

    Can the drops cause light headedness? I go for a walk for exercise and find I am wandering from side to side and slightly staggering.

    Ganforte contains the beta blocker which can both lower blood pressure and slow heart rate. Thus, yes Ganforte may explain your symptoms, however there are many other causes of light headedness so its best to discuss it with your doctor

    Dr. Joseph San Laureano

  • Question about Macular degeneration

    I am diagnosed with tear in the macular. This was preceded with floaters and flashes following cataract procedure with IOL replacement. Is this a temporary condition i.e. the tear will repair itself as there were no such symptoms prior to the cataract procedure. Do I need immediate remedial surgery?

    A retinal tear in the retina, usually called a Horsehoe tear, usually follows a posterior vitreous detachment. It requires barrier laser to be applied to prevent it becoming a RETINAL detachment. Small holes in the retina usually do not require anything be done but this decision is usually made by your eye surgeon. If a horseshoe was picked up by your optometrist then you should seek the help of an eye surgeon

    Dr. Joseph San Laureano

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Experience

Expert in:

  • LASIK
  • Refractive surgery