Can your eyes be lasered?
Would you like to live a life without glasses and are thinking about having your eyes lasered? Take the Lasermed Quickcheck from the convenience of your own home or on the go.

Lasermed Quickcheck

Your glasses-free life - take the test now

Free of charge and without any commitments, you can find out whether your eyes can be lasered by simply entering your diopter values from your prescription.

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Beschreibung des Brillenpass

How to read your prescription

An eye that is considered to have normal eyesight has a total refractive power of approx. 63 diopters maximum. A diopter is the unit of measurement for the refractive index. 43 diopters are measured on the cornea and about 10-20 diopters on the lens. (However, for optical reasons, the two cannot simply be added.) A visual disorder (ametropia) is measured as a deviation in diopters from these ideal values.
Nearsightedness or farsightedness is indicated in your eyeglass prescription (in German, your Brillenpass) as Sph for sphere, astigmatism as Cly standing for cylinders, and presbyopia as add standing for addition. In order to be able to see clearly, these values ​​must be counter corrected. This is usually done through glasses or contact lenses but can also be achieved permanently with laser eye surgery.

In order to provide you with best advice in a personal and free consultation, we need your spherical values which can be found in your eyeglass prescription. However, we also measure your eyes again before the consultation.

Glasses Type

F means distance glasses; N stands for near / reading glasses and G for vari­focals

Sph: Sphere

Indi­cates the diopter value of the lens. Near­sighted­ness: minus, Far­sighted­ness: plus

Cyl: Cylinder

Describes the mathe­mati­cal value of astig­matism.

A: Axis

The number of degrees indi­cates the direc­tion in which the astigmatism is present.

add: Addition

If you are pres­byopic, this value des­cribes the strength of your lenses.

PD: Pupil Distance

These values indi­cate the dis­tance from the center of your pupils to the middle of the bridge of the nose.