LASIK is an acronym that stands for Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis. An outpatient procedure that uses an FDA-approved excimer laser to reshape the cornea to correct your vision. LASIK is a type of refractive laser eye surgery that is used for correcting myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. It helps to reduce or remove a person’s dependence on eyeglasses or contact lenses.

Lasik Surgery Clinic AUFMC Doctors and Staff


During LASIK, a cool laser beam is used to reshape the front part of your eye, called the cornea, so you can see more clearly. This can help fix common vision problems like nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. The whole procedure only takes about 15 minutes for each eye, and you’ll be able to go home the same day!

There’s no need to be anxious before the procedure. You’ll get some numbing eye drops to make sure you’re comfortable. We have a team of top-rated lasik surgeons that will make a tiny flap on your cornea using a special laser. They’ll gently lift up the flap, use another laser to reshape your cornea, and then put the flap back in place. Your eye will heal naturally over time!


Lasik Surgery Clinic AUFMC has been a trusted name in the Philippine vision care industry for over 15 years. Our clinic has evolved with the latest technologies to provide our patients with the safest, most effective, and painless Lasik surgery experience possible.

At Lasik Surgery Clinic AUFMC, we take pride in our experienced team of highly skilled and trained Lasik surgeons who use advanced equipment and techniques to deliver customized treatments that are tailored to your unique vision needs. Our surgeons have extensive experience in Lasik surgery and have performed thousands of successful procedures with excellent results.

One of the reasons why you can trust the only Lasik Eye Surgery Clinic here in Pampanga is our commitment to keeping up with the latest technologies and innovations in the industry. We continually invest in state-of-the-art equipment and upgrade our techniques to ensure that our patients receive the best possible care. We use the latest Lasik technology, including the advanced femtosecond laser and excimer laser, which are highly precise and minimize discomfort during the procedure.

We understand that Lasik surgery can be intimidating for many patients, which is why we prioritize our patients’ comfort and safety. We offer a comprehensive pre-operative evaluation to determine if you are a good candidate for Lasik eye surgery. Our surgeons take the time to explain the procedure and answer any questions you may have to ensure that you are fully informed and comfortable with your decision to undergo the procedure.

At Lasik Surgery Clinic, we are committed to providing our patients with the highest level of care and attention. Our goal is to help you achieve a clear vision and improve your quality of life. You can trust us to deliver safe, effective, and painless Lasik surgery that will exceed your expectations.

LASIK Screening (Suitability Test)

  1. Visual Acuity test
  2. Manifest Refraction
  3. Diagnostic Tests
    1. Wavescan
    2. Orbscan
  4. Pachymetry
  5. Lasik Video
  6. Lasik Counselling
  7. Cornea and Lens examination
  8. Eye pressure check
  9. Retina Examination

LASIK 3 Step Procedure

Step 1: Flap Creation

First step of LASIK involves the creation of a small corneal flap. Using an instrument called a microkeratome, the surgeon creates a small protective flap of corneal tissue that is gently lifted back.

Creation of flap in the eye

Step 2: Laser Correction

The second step involves the use of the VISX Star S4Excimer Laser. 

The laser applies a cool beam of light which gently reshapes the cornea allowing images to be more sharply focused on the retina to correct the individual refractive error.

laser procedure in the eye

Step 3: Flap Gently Replaced

Finally, the protective flap that was created in Step 1 is gently placed back to its original position and begins healing immediately with little discomfort. 

Vision is expected to improve within the next few days after the surgery.

flap gently replaced in lasik procedure