THE BEST OPTION FOR EACH INDIVIDUAL
The US Dept. of Defense approved LASIK for vision correction treatment for their fighter pilots based on the effectiveness and superior results of iLASIK®. NASA also approved the treatment for their astronauts.
Kobe Kanagawa Eye Clinic brings the newest, leading medical technology to you and is striving for the highest level of patient satisfaction.
17.4.21 Kobe Kanagawa Eye Clinic won the ICL award for the six
16.7.01 Kobe Kanagawa Eye Clinic is featured by Atsugiri Jason's blog, famous American comedian and business man in Japan.
14.3.04 From Apr. 1st, 2014, fees of treatments will be revised.
SUPPORT AND APPROVAL
Dr. Steve Schallhorn is internationally acknowledged as one of the most respected refractive surgeons in the world and is the Chairman of the Optical Express International Medical Advisory Board (IMAB).
His expertise was one of the factors NASA relied upon in relaxing their established vision standards.
In the late 1990's, the United States FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approved laser systems for refractive vision correction. Since that time, approximately 1.5 million procedures have been performed annually in the United States.
The ICL has been approved in Europe since 1997 and in the U.S. by the FDA since 2005. In that time, over 600,000 eyes have been implanted with Visian ICLs by certified, specialized surgeons. In a clinical trial, patients reported a 99% satisfaction rate.
*According to a multi-center clinical trial for the FDA.
LIST OF Kobe Kanagawa Eye Clinics
- Mr.Billy Wilkinson
- "Life Changing" is how I can simply express my experience at the Kobe Kanagawa Eye Clinic.
- Mr.Lachlan Carter
- I have worn contact lenses since I was 17 and have always found them to be troublesome. Also I don't like to wear glasses. I lead an active life and especially love surfing and the beach.
- Mr. Alex Hill Haswell Ishii
- Having used spectacles and contact lenses for nearly twenty years I had considered LASIK a number of times. I wanted to be free of traditional vision correction "technology".