• We're equipped with the latest diagnostic and treatment technologies.
  • Bladeless laser eye surgery.
  • Two-step procedure, first being the creation of a corneal flap using the Zeiss Visumax.
  • Second being the vision correction, using a laser called an Excimer laser to smoothly reshape the surface.
  • Laser Assisted Cataract Surgery.
  • SMILE® - Small Incision Lenticule Extraction.

WA Laser Eye Centre is equipped with the latest diagnostic and treatment technologies and uses Bladeless laser eye surgery, allowing the greatest possible precision in surgery.

Schwind Amaris – the world’s most advanced laser system provides customised, rapid, and highly accurate treatments in LASIK.

How it Works

LASIK is a two-step procedure that first requires the creation of a corneal flap using the Zeiss VisuMax Femtosecond laser. The second step is the vision correction, using a second laser called an Excimer laser to smoothly reshape the surface.

The world’s most advanced laser system from Schwind Amaris provides customised, rapid, and highly accurate treatments in The Excimer laser uses an infra-red multi-dimensional eye tracking system. The eye-tracker monitors eye movements and guides the laser during treatment. If your eye moves outside of the trackers range, it will halt the laser process until the eye is correctly positioned. This technology allows for excellent safety and surgeon control.


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Wavelight FS200

  • The Femtosecond laser is precisely focused to a point below the surface of the cornea, where thousands of microscopic bubbles are formed to create the corneal flap.
  • The surgeon controls flap diameter, depth, hinge location and width, and side-cut architecture – factors that can be varied per patient.
  • The surgeon then exposes the prepared corneal bed for Excimer laser treatment by gently lifting the flap. The LASIK procedure is complete when the flap is securely re-positioned.
  • This unique technology enables the dimensions of your corneal flap to be uniquely programmed based on what’s best for your eye.

Wavelight EX500

  • Five times faster than other laser systems providing shorter and more effective treatment – this means better vision for you and a more rapid visual recovery
  • Active infrared multi-dimensional eye tracking – tracking and following eye movements over 1000 times per second.
  • Online pachymetry – measuring corneal thickness while the laser is working.
  • Customised treatments – ensuring the treatment pattern is specifically tailored for your eyes. This customised treatment measures the total refractive error and corneal shape of each eye giving you the opportunity to obtain your best possible vision.

VISUMAX® 800 Laser

Introducing a new evolution in Femtosecond laser technology acquired by WA Laser Eye Centre – the Zeiss VISUMAX® 800. Designed to deliver state-of-the-art performance, the VISUMAX® 800 assists in providing a comfortable surgical experience for everyone involved in the procedure. With increased laser frequency, faster cut speeds, and reduced suction time, the efficient VISUMAX® 800 ensures reduced stress for patients undergoing laser eye surgery. The Zeiss VISUMAX® 800 Femtosecond laser seamlessly connects with Zeiss SMILE®, making Lenticule Extraction procedures swift for patients with myopia and astigmatism. Vision correction surgery has never been more speedy or precise!


SMILE® stands for Small Incision Lenticule Extraction. This is a painless, high-precision procedure where a small piece of tissue (lenticule) is created inside the cornea with the laser and removed through a small incision. The procedure can treat short-sightedness and astigmatism (blurred vision), and patients generally experience fast visual recovery.

The LenSx® Laser

WA Laser Eye Centre has been offering bladeless cataract surgery with the LenSx® Laser to patients since November 2012. The LenSx® Laser, by Alcon, is designed to bring the precision of laser technology to cataract surgery. This innovation allows the surgeon to perform some of the more challenging delicate steps of cataract surgery using a blade-free laser instead of manually performing these steps with an instrument. Now cataract patients have access to this advanced approach to lens replacement cataract surgery. Contact us today to find out more.