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1.1.   This user agreement and other rules on the Website regulate the terms and conditions regarding the services offered by Turkeyana and the rules regarding the use of the Website. The User is deemed to have undertaken to comply with this Agreement from the moment he/she approves this Agreement or starts to benefit from the Website while creating a Service Request on the Website. If the conditions are not suitable for you, please do not use the Website and the services provided..
1.2. Turkeyana has the right to unilaterally change or amend the Agreement to ensure the continuity of intermediary services, to comply with future technical necessities or legislation, provided that it is not against the Users of Turkeyana , in case of any changes, will publish the updated terms of use on the Website with the new date update under the same link, if it deems necessary, update will be notified to its users by e-mail or mobile push notification and submit it for approval. The renewed current Contract will be valid from the moment it is published on the Web Site and the use of the Web Site or its services will be subject to the terms of the renewed Contract from that moment on.

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In the text of this Agreement;
2.1. " Turkeyana" refers to TURKEYANA CLINIC SAĞLIK TURİZMİ LIMITED COMPANY,
2.2.   "Website" refers to the shop.turkeyanaclinic.com website and IOS / Android based Mobile Applications,
2.3.   "User" refers to people who use the Website for any reason,
2.4.   "Member" refers to the User who sets a username and password for him, subject to the acceptance of this User Agreement by registering e-mail,
2.5.   "Service Receiver" refers to the natural or legal person User who sends a Service Request to purchase any service offered by the Service Provider through the Website,
2.6.  "Service Provider" (Service Provider within the scope of the Regulation) refers to the person, organization or legal person who ratifies this User agreement through the Website to provide services (If the Service Provider is a legal person, the aforementioned definition refers to the persons who perform the services on behalf of the Service Provider and also covers the people work under the Service Provider),
2.7. "Fixed Price" refers to the standard unit price that was announced in advance for the service through the Website and will be paid to the Service Provider by the Service User in the Reservation System upon the orientation of the Service Provider,
2.8. "Agreed Work" refers to the acceptance of the Proposal sent by the Service Providers through the System by the Service User or the approval of the Service Request via the Reservation System for some services according to the nature,
2.9. "Online Payment System" refers to the system that allows the Service User to collect the fee for the service to be received through the Website by credit card, debit card, or other payment methods provided by banks under the terms and conditions specified in this Agreement,
2.10. "Agreement" refers to this User Agreement,
2.11. "Regulation" refers to the Regulation on Service Providers and Intermediary Service Providers in Electronic Commerce published in the Official Gazette No. 29457 dated 26 August 2015,

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TERMS OF USE
Article 4. Membership System
4.1.   Membership to the Website is free. Members can submit multiple Service Requests simultaneously through a single Member account. Determining and protecting the password is the user's own responsibility. Username and password should not be shared and should be carefully protected. He/she is directly responsible for the misuse of the member account by other persons due to his/her own fault. The SERVICE PROVIDER has the same right of recourse to the Member for any judicial / administrative fines and / or compensation that it will have to pay for this reason.
4.2.   When creating a member account, all kinds of information such as name, address, telephone, e-mail, tax office declared on the Website must be up-to-date, accurate and complete. SERVICE PROVIDER is not obliged to check the accuracy and currency of the information in question. Responsibility for damages incurred by Members or third parties due to incorrect or incomplete information in question belongs to the relevant Member.
4.3.   Usage rights, user name and password for membership cannot be transferred to others.
Article 5. Payment
5.1.   Service Users can instantly pay the fee for the service through the Online Payment System, debit card, credit card or a similar payment tool and other payment systems after the agreement is approved. In payments made with the Online Payment System, if the card is used illegally by someone other than the holder, transactions are carried out according to the Law No. 5464 dated as 23.02.2006 and according to provisions of the Regulation on Bank Cards and Credit Cards published in the Official Gazette dated 10.03.2007 and numbered as 26458.
5.2.   When using the Online Payment System, receipt / invoice or other documents required to be issued are issued by the relevant Service Provider if there are regulatory obligations as per the relevant legislation..

Article 6.Return of Service Fee / Exercise of Right of Withdrawal
6.1.   The Service Receiver has the right to withdraw from the contract within 14 days following the agreement with the Service Provider without stating any justification and paying penal terms, provided that the service has not been performed and the service has not been initiated.
6.2. If the service receiver does not fulfill its responsibilities and commitments by acting against any article of this contract, or if the information that he/she stated in the cover page of this agreement is found to be inaccurate, then the SERVICE PROVIDER has the right to terminate the contract unilaterally without any warning or notice..
6.3. The customer has the right to terminate this contract at the end of the term provided that the customer notifies the contract in written 10 days before the service will be provided, without any justification.
6.4. In case the service is terminated or canceled by the customer before the termination period, it declares, accepts and undertakes to pay the service fee for the period from the date of termination to the end of the contract / service in advance..

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iLasik for 2 Eyes

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LASIK or Lasik (laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis), commonly referred to as laser eye surgery or laser vision correction, is a type of refractive surgery for the correction of myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism. LASIK surgery is performed by an ophthalmologist who uses a laser or microkeratome to reshape the eye's cornea in order to improve visual acuity. For most people, LASIK provides a long-lasting alternative to eyeglasses or contact lenses

LASIK is most similar to another surgical corrective procedure, photorefractive keratectomy (PRK), and LASEK.

Traditional LASIK Surgery

LASIK was originally approved by the FDA in 1995, which means it has been performed successfully for over 20 years now.
It’s the most common type of vision correction and over 99 percent of patients are happy with their results.

During LASIK, your ophthalmologist will create a corneal flap on your eye. This allows the “stroma” layer underneath to be accessed and your corneal tissue can be reshaped.

To create this flap, your doctor will use a small, bladed instrument called a microkeratome. This process is very safe but there is a small margin for error since the flap is created by hand.

iLASIK Surgery

iLASIK is often referred to as “blade-free LASIK.” It offers the traditional benefits of LASIK while improving both the quality and the accuracy.

During iLASIK, your ophthalmologist will create the corneal flap with a femtosecond laser instead of the microkeratome. Before the procedure, your surgeon will create a 3D map of your eyes, using wavefront technology to make note of any problems. The excimer laser will use this information to make adjustments custom to your eyes!

This creates a completely customized procedure for your eyes which is safer and usually results in fewer complications. And because the laser is more precise than the microkeratome, your outcomes will be much more accurate and more predictable.

iLASIK vs. LASIK: Which is Right for You?

So which should you choose — iLASIK or traditional LASIK? If you are having a hard time deciding, you can take comfort in the fact that traditional LASIK is still very safe and effective.

The microkeratome is incredibly safe but there is a higher risk of complications associated with it. Ultimately, the best way to determine what is the right option for you is to schedule a LASIK consultation with our expert LASIK surgeons in NYC.

Contact Stahl Eyecare Experts in NYC today to schedule your LASIK consultation — we will go over the benefits of LASIK and help you make the decision that is best for you.

Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) and laser-assisted sub-epithelial keratectomy (or laser epithelial keratomileusis

(LASIK) are laser eye surgery procedures intended to correct a person's vision, reducing dependency on glasses or contact lenses. LASEK and PRK permanently change the shape of the anterior central cornea using an excimer laser to ablate (remove by vaporization) a small amount of tissue from the corneal stroma at the front of the eye, just under the corneal epithelium.

The outer layer of the cornea is removed prior to the ablation.

A computer system tracks the patient's eye position 60 to 4,000 times per second, depending on the specifications of the laser that is used. The computer system redirects laser pulses for precise laser placement. Most modern lasers will automatically center on the patient's visual axis and will pause if the eye moves out of range and then resume ablating at that point after the patient's eye is re-centered.

The outer layer of the cornea, or epithelium, is a soft, rapidly degrowing layer in contact with the tear film that can completely replace itself from limbal stem cells within a few days with no loss of clarity. The deeper layers of the cornea, as opposed to the outer epithelium, are laid down early in life and have very limited regenerative capacity. The deeper layers, if reshaped by a laser or cut by a microtome, will remain that way permanently with only limited healing or remodeling.

With PRK, the corneal epithelium is removed and discarded, allowing the cells to regenerate after the surgery. The procedure is distinct from LASIK (laser-assisted in-situ keratomileusis), a form of laser eye surgery where a permanent flap is created in the deeper layers of the cornea.

Eligibility

There are a number of basic criteria which a person should satisfy
Normal ocular health
Age 18 years or older
Stable refraction error (no noticeable change in the last year) correctable to 20/40 or better
Between −1.00 to −12.00 diopters of Myopia
Not pregnant at the time of surgery
Realistic expectations of the final results (with a complete understanding of the benefits, as well as the possible risks)
Pupil size 6 mm or less in a dark room is ideal (but some newer lasers may be acceptable for larger pupils)
Assessment of allergies, (e.g., pollen) where allergy may complicate the eyelid margins following surgery leading to dry eye.


There are also some pre-existing conditions that may complicate or preclude the treatment

Collagen vascular disease (e.g., corneal ulceration or melting)
Ocular disease (e.g., dry eye, keratoconus, glaucoma)
Systemic disorders (e.g., diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis)
History of side effects from steroids
Granular corneal dystrophy type II


PRK AND LASIK

A systematic review that compared PRK and LASIK concluded that LASIK has shorter recovery time and less pain. The two techniques after a period of one year have similar results.

A 2016 systematic review found that it was unclear whether there were any differences in efficacy, accuracy, and adverse effects when comparing PRK and LASEK procedures among people with low to moderate myopia. The review stated that no trials have been conducted comparing the two procedures on people with high myopia.

A 2017 systematic review found uncertainty in visual acuity, but found that in one study, those receiving PRK were less likely to achieve a refractive error, and were less likely to have an over-correction than compared to LASIK.

📌 Types

📌 LASIK
📌 Alcohol assisted PRK
📌 Tran epithelial PRK (Trans PRK)
📌 ASA (Advanced Surface Ablation) LASEK
Uses Amoils Brush and gas cooling to reduce the pain

📌 M-LASIK
Uses mitomycin in an attempt to reduce post-operative haze but is of dubious effectiveness. Possible long-term side effects are unknown.

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