Laser Vision Correction

Two pairs of eyes, one better price

Get fully qualified for laser vision correction and receive a discount of up to PLN 1,500 on the procedure.

Also, recommend it to a friend of yours, and they will receive free qualification and a discount on their treatment, and you will receive as many as 4 free follow up visits.

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Laser vision correction – why is it recommended?

Do you suffer from a vision defect that interferes with your everyday life?

Do you find wearing glasses or lenses inconvenient?

Would you like to lead an active lifestyle and not be restricted?

If so, laser vision correction is the best solution for you!

Eyeglasses
Laser vision correction
Contact lenses
Eyeglasses

Frames and lenses need to be regularly replaced – approx. once every three years.

Laser correction
Permanent effect

95% of patients undergo the procedure once in their lifetime.

Contact lenses

It is necessary to constantly buy lenses and accessories.

Eyeglasses

Incorrectly selected glasses can, among others, impair your eyesight.

Laser correction
Complete safety

Laser correction is one of the safest procedures, with a complication rate of just 1%.

Contact lenses

Wearing lenses is one of the main causes of keratitis, among others.

Eyeglasses

Frames – approx. PLN 800 (on average)
Lenses – approx. PLN 400-2,000
+ accessories + corrective sunglasses and sports glasses

Approx. PLN 10,000-20,000 over 20 years

Laser correction
One-time expense

From PLN 6,000 to 13,500 for a procedure on both eyes.

Contact lenses

Contact lenses – approx. PLN 50-100 per month
+ accessories
+ back-up corrective glasses

Approx. PLN 15,000-27,000 over 20 years

Eyeglasses

Eyeglasses limit the field of vision, get foggy and are not effective in the rain or snow.

Laser correction
Daily comfort

The procedure eliminates the visual defect and restores the natural ability to see properly.

Contact lenses

Contact lenses are uncomfortable to insert and remove, feel like a foreign body in the eye and cause discomfort when worn for too long.

Eyeglasses

They also interfere with playing sports and pose the risk of damaging glasses and injuring the eyes.

Laser correction
No limitations

Laser correction makes it possible to lead an active life and play any type of sport.

Contact lenses

What is more, they should not be used when swimming or engaging in water sports.

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Our doctors

MD
Joanna Wojtyła

ophthalmologist

Joanna Wojtyła MD, has 15 years of experience in performing vision correction procedures. She specialises in providing comprehensive care to patients with visual impairment and conditions that cause refractive errors. The doctor carries out laser vision correction procedures using all globally available methods. In 2010, Joanna Wojtyła became the first doctor in Poland to perform the FemtoLasik procedure, and in 2013, she joined forces with Danuta Horodyńska MD to carry out the first Smile procedure in the country.

MD
Danuta Horodyńska

ophthalmologist

Danuta Horodyńska MD has been performing vision correction procedures for 19 years. She specialises in the comprehensive management of patients with visual impairments, especially myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, keratoconus and corneal degeneration. The doctor conducts qualification for laser vision correction procedures and carries them out using all methods available in the world. On 13 December 2013, Danuta Horodyńska MD and Joanna Wojtyła MD performed the first Smile procedures in Poland. The doctors accomplished that at the MAVIT Medical Centre in Warsaw.

MD
Klaudia Półtorak

ophthalmologist

Klaudia Półtorak MD carries out diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the anterior and posterior segment of the eye. She deals with visual defects (myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism) – the doctor conducts qualification for laser vision correction procedures and performs them using the most effective methods in the world.

Testimonials

Zbigniew “Zibi” Bartman
Polish volleyball player, European champion (2009), Olympian (London, 2012)

I’ve always been aware that a vision defect certainly does not make life any easier. However, the pandemic…

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Justyna Szawłowska
Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of KORPO VOICE

The laser correction carried out at the MAVIT Medical Centre has allowed me to once again live without…

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Marek Kalita
Film and theatre actor, director and stage designer

For an actor, the eyes are extremely important because they reflect the emotions of the portrayed characters. Laser…

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Jan Wieczorkowski
Film and theatre actor

I made an appointment at the MAVIT Medical Centre based on the enthusiastic opinions of my colleagues who…

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Lara Gessler
Restaurateur, blogger

In October 2019, I underwent laser vision correction at the MAVIT Medical Centre. I remember hesitating to make this…

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Qualifications

Full qualification for the Presbyond laser vision correction procedure
400 PLN
for both eyes
  • 18 tests and examinations – the most comprehensive package on the market
  • in-depth diagnosis to exclude keratoconus
  • state-of-the-art equipment
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First stage of qualification for laser vision correction
250 PLN
for both eyes
  • Convenience – no need to remove lenses in advance
  • Time efficiency – the tests and examinations take about 40 minutes
  • Cost-effectiveness – patients are only asked to pay for the second stage of qualification once it is almost certain that they can undergo laser vision correction
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Full qualification for laser vision correction
400 PLN
for both eyes
  • 17 tests and examinations – the most comprehensive package on the market
  • in-depth diagnosis to exclude keratoconus
  • state-of-the-art equipment
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Smile

Smile – a technique used for the correction of myopia and myopic astigmatism. The recovery after this procedure takes 1 day. This method involves reshaping the corneal curvature through the formation of an inner layer of the cornea (the so-called lens). First, a cut is made using a femtosecond laser, and then the lens is removed through a small incision in the corneal epithelium (up to 4 mm). Since 2007, more than 3.5 million Smile procedures have been performed worldwide.

Correction of:
  • myopia from -0.5 D to -10 D;
  • astigmatism up to 5 D.

*For a detailed price list and other details of the promotion, please read its terms and conditions.

11600 PLN
10000* PLN
for both eyes
The lowest price from the last 30 days before the promotion: 11600 PLN
FemtoLasik

FemtoLasik – a procedure involving the modelling of deeper corneal layers, which is performed using an excimer laser after creating a flap of the corneal epithelium with a femtosecond laser and then lifting the flap. The recovery time is only 2-3 days.

The FemtoLasik procedure has been carried out worldwide since 2001.

Correction of:
  • myopia from -0.5 D to -8 D;
  • hyperopia from +0.5 D to +6 D;
  • astigmatism up to 5 D.

*For a detailed price list and other details of the promotion, please read its terms and conditions.

10000 PLN
9000* PLN
for both eyes
The lowest price from the last 30 days before the promotion: 10000 PLN
Presbyond

Presbyond – an innovative method of correcting presbyopia, i.e. near vision problems occurring in people over 40 years of age. The procedure involves the modelling of deeper corneal layers, which is performed using an excimer laser after creating a flap of the corneal epithelium with a femtosecond laser and then lifting the flap. The recovery takes only 2-3 days.

Correction of:
  • presbyopia;
  • myopia from 0 D to -8 D;
  • hyperopia from 0 D to +4 D;
  • astigmatism up to 2 D.

*For a detailed price list and other details of the promotion, please read its terms and conditions.

13500 PLN
12000* PLN
for both eyes
The lowest price from the last 30 days before the promotion: 13500 PLN
EBK

EBK – this method involves modelling the cornea with an excimer laser once the corneal epithelium has been removed using a special separator. The epithelium regenerates within 3-4 days after the procedure.

Correction of:
  • myopia from -0.5 D to -8 D;
  • hyperopia from +0.5 D to +3 D;
  • astigmatism up to 5 D.

*For a detailed price list and other details of the promotion, please read its terms and conditions.

7500 PLN
6500* PLN
for both eyes
The lowest price from the last 30 days before the promotion: 7500 PLN
PRK

PRK – this method involves modelling the cornea with an excimer laser once the corneal epithelium has been mechanically removed. The epithelium regenerates within 3-4 days after the procedure. It is recommended in particular to anyone who has a thin cornea or a deep eye socket, as well as to people involved in contact sports.

Correction of:
  • myopia from -0.5 D to -8 D;
  • hyperopia from +0.5 D to +3 D;
  • astigmatism up to 5 D.

*For a detailed price list and other details of the promotion, please read its terms and conditions.

6000 PLN
5000* PLN
for both eyes
The lowest price from the last 30 days before the promotion: 6000 PLN

Get to know the most common questions and answers regarding laser vision correction!

A procedure is only carried out if the defect has not changed for at least a year before the planned surgery. Operating on a stable defect guarantees that it will not return after the surgery.

Lasers used for vision correction do not penetrate deep into the tissues of the eye; they have a very limited and tightly controlled range of action. Unfortunately, as with any surgery, intra- and post-operative complications can occur. The overall risk is 1-2% (ranging from mild to rare significant deterioration of vision).
The risk of such complications decreases with careful qualification, operator experience and proper postoperative management.

The result and the possibilities of correction depend on the preliminary examinations carried out, the age, and the needs of the patient. Satisfactory results can be achieved with the above defect if a compromise solution is used for near and far vision.

An unsuccessful refractive lens exchange requires an individual approach.
It may be necessary to replace the lens with another one.

Laser vision correction does not cure ametropia.

The floaters effect is not related to laser vision correction, but to changes in the vitreous body.

Depending on the type and fit, contact lenses can deform the cornea and alter refractive results. So it is recommended that contact lens wear be discontinued a few to several days prior to corneal imaging.

That’s true. We change the refraction on the cornea; we do not reshape the whole eyeball. The inside of the eye remains the same, so if the condition of the eye’s fundus is the reason for restrictions in playing sports, these restrictions will remain regardless of the type of correction performed.

No, eye drops are used for a certain period of time after surgery, depending on the type of surgery.

In most cases, the procedure is performed once in a lifetime and the effect is permanent. However, the treatment does not prevent other eye diseases.

The procedure is painless – the patient is anaesthetised locally using eye drops. What is more, the latest methods of laser vision correction ensure that the patient begins to feel comfortable already within 5-6 hours after the procedure.

For vision correction, patients are anaesthetised using eye drops – general anaesthesia is not required for this type of procedure.

After vision correction, patients can become pregnant and give birth naturally without any problems (provided there are no other contraindications).

Yes, both surface-based laser vision correction procedures (such as EBK and PRK) as well as the state-of-the-art Smile procedure are intended for those involved in competitive and contact sports.

Usually, vision correction is performed on both eyes during a single procedure – the eyes are treated one after the other.

Laser vision correction is considered one of the safest medical procedures. Side effects are usually temporary and the complication rate is around 1%.

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