Having cataracts many years ago, Nguyen Van Hao (67 years old, Hanoi) still delayed treatment. Only when the nucleus was brown and the vision was only 1/10, causing difficulty in all daily activities, did Mr. Hao decide to perform cataract surgery at Japan International Eye Hospital.
Busy with two roles - a teacher and a mother, Le Anh Dao (26 years old, Vietnam) wants to have myopia surgery to eliminate the inconveniences that glasses bring during her life. After 1 year of having free eyes, the young teacher shared about her nearsightedness surgery experience, current vision results as well as positive changes in work and life.
Let's find out now the wonderful experiences you can get from the free in-depth pre-surgery examination package at Japan International Eye Hospital through the practical sharing of Dang Ha (programmer, 23 years old) at Hanoi
Over 9 myopia diops during many years of going to school and working, Huong Giang understands the difficulties of having to depend on glasses and contact lenses. Longing to have healthy eyes, Huong Giang studied very carefully about the treatments of nearsightedness. She decided to have Phakic surgery at Japan International Eye Hospital with the surgeon Dr. Vu Anh. Tuan - Medical Director of the hospital. So after 2 years of nearsightedness surgery, how has Huong Giang's eyesight and life changed? Let's find out right through the article below!
Many people think that eye doctors usually don't do nearsightedness surgery because they know it's not good, is this really true? In the article below, let's follow the journey of nearsightedness surgery of Dr. Pham Tue Lien - Ophthalmologist at Japan International Eye Hospital. And listen to the experience of close-up surgery from the perspective of a person who is both a patient and an eye doctor to answer the above question.