iLasik in Turkey

iLasik: The future of vision correction

What is iLasik?

iLasik is one of the types of eye surgery that aims to reduce or completely eliminate the use of glasses and contact lenses. Some patients do not want to wear glasses or contacts, so they may want to have this operation. iLasik operation corrects vision problems caused by refractive errors such as myopia, hyperopia, or astigmatism. This procedure reshapes the corneal tissue using laser technology.

Turkey has become a popular destination for iLasik surgery in recent years. Turkey is more affordable compared to many Western countries and is a country with various achievements in the medical field. Turkey has modern and well-equipped healthcare institutions and experienced surgeons. Many hospitals and clinics operate by international standards and provide access to advanced medical technology. Ophthalmologists and surgeons working in Turkey are often internationally recognized specialists with high-quality training. These specialists have experience in successfully performing iLasik operations. It is also a country that adapts to developments in the medical field and closely follows technology. Laser systems and other equipment used for iLasik, and other eye operations are tuned to the latest technology.

iLasik Methods

There are many methods of iLasik operation.

Standard iLasik:

Standard iLasik is the most commonly used method. In this procedure, the epithelium, the upper layer of corneal tissue, is removed in the form of a flap, and the corneal tissue underneath is shaped with a laser.

Wavefront-Optimized iLasik:

Wavefront-Optimized iLasik uses a special technology that evaluates each individual's eye structure and refractive errors in more detail. In this method, the shaping of the cornea is optimized to be more compatible with the eye structure and refractive error.

Wavefront-Guided iLasik:

Wavefront-Guided iLasik uses wavefront technology, an advanced analysis, to create an individualized treatment plan. In this method, optical defects in the eye are examined in more detail.

Topography-Guided iLasik:

Topography-Guided iLasik uses an analysis called corneal topography to create a topographic map of the eye. With this method, the cornea is corrected more precisely while being reshaped.

iLasik Cost in Turkey

Erdem Hospital offers high-level service under the most favorable conditions. With an online free consultation, the price is determined after the treatment recommended by our doctors. Our prices are offered in all-inclusive packages. All services mentioned below will be included in the price.

  • Free consultation
  • All accommodation in a 5-star hotel
  • Pre/post-operative testing
  • Cost for laboratory
  • Medication and Equipment
  • All round VIP transfer
  • 7/24 Support
  • Assistants speak English

Before iLasik Operation

There are some points to be considered before iLasik operation. It is especially important to consult a professional ophthalmologist. Your health condition can affect the chances of success of the operation and the healing process. You should talk to your doctor openly and accurately about your current health condition. You should share information such as your chronic diseases, medications, or past eye conditions with your doctor. Before the operation, you may need to stop wearing glasses or contact lenses according to your doctor's instructions. Usually, the use of contact lenses is stopped for a while before the operation, while the use of glasses may be restricted for a while after the operation.

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Before the operation, you may need to stop taking certain medications according to your doctor's instructions. It is also recommended to avoid alcoholic beverages before the operation. These are important points to consider in preparation for the iLasik operation. It is important to follow your doctor's specific instructions and ask any questions you may have about the operation process to ensure a safe and successful iLasik experience.

After iLasik Operation

Immediately after the iLasik operation, a rest period of a few hours is usually recommended. You may experience slight discomfort, watering, burning, or stinging sensation in your eyes. This is normal and will pass after a while. After the operation, your eyes may have some temporary side effects. These may include blurred vision, sensitivity to light, and dry eyes. Regular use of eye drops recommended by your doctor can relieve these symptoms and keep your eyes moist.

There is usually a rapid recovery within a few days after the iLasik operation. The healing process of your eyes may vary from person to person, but you will usually be able to return to normal daily activities within a few days. Your doctor will arrange check-ups with you at regular intervals after the operation. During these check-ups, the healing process of your eyes will be monitored, and necessary follow-up measures will be taken. It is important to follow your doctor's instructions and attend appointments regularly.

After iLasik surgery, vision usually improves quickly and effectively. However, it may take several weeks or months for the eyes to fully recover. Long-term results are usually successful, and patients are free of vision problems.

Nevertheless, each individual's recovery process may be different. Be sure to follow your doctor's specific instructions, use the recommended eye drops regularly, and contact your doctor in case of any problems or concerns.

iLasik Process



Duration of treatment

15 Minutes

Stay in Istanbul

3 Days

Socially acceptable

1 Week

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iLasik in Turkey FAQ

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In fact, yes. iLasik surgery is recognized as a safe and dependable means of addressing vision problems. As with any process, there are risks and potential adverse effects, which should be discussed with your doctor before the procedure.

No, this surgery will not be painful. You may have some discomfort during and after the surgery, but many patients who have undergone this procedure report that it is comfortable.

Please consult your surgeon about this issue. Typically, some patients can return to work 3-4 days after surgery, but your surgeon will choose which day is best for you.

Although iLasik is long-lasting, if your vision changes, you may need to wear glasses or make eye contact.

It is advised that you arrive in Turkey 4-5 days before the treatment. Before the surgery, your doctor will perform a comprehensive examination of you and explain the procedure to you.

We strongly recommend that you remain for at least two weeks. An eye procedure is a serious matter. If you return to your home country immediately after surgery and develop eye difficulties, it may take some time to contact your doctor. We recommend that you stay in Turkey until all danger has gone.

People with no serious ailments are eligible for this surgery, but the doctor will make the ultimate decision.

If you have a cataract problem in your eye, you can have iLasik surgery and cataract surgery at the same time.

To avoid straining his or her eyes, the patient should rest for several days. In a few days, the patient's eyes may become sensitive. However, the patient will be able to resume normal activities in 4-5 days.

This operation won't take long. We can estimate that this treatment will take between 1-2 hours.