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Dr. Chate Kietrsunthorn
Smile Eye Surgery · Dry eye syndrome
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Bumrungrad International Hospital
Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, Thailand
33 Soi Sukhumvit 3 Khwaeng Khlong Toei Nuea Khet Watthana Krung Thep Maha Nakhon Thailand
If you are ever worried about your vision deteriorating and hate the added weight of glasses, you need to visit an experienced ophthalmologist. An ophthalmologist will be able to help you find a permanent solution. Dr. Chate Kietrsunthorn is an exceptional ophthalmologist who completed his medical education from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, in 1974. He graduated as the MD in the Faculty of Medicine and secured a board certification as the American Board of Ophthalmology Diplomate in 1987. He completed his fellowship from the International College of Surgeons, the USA, in the year 1989. Dr. Chate Kietrsunthorn is a qualified ophthalmologist practicing in the Bumrungrad International Hospital, Thailand. He is undoubtedly the best in the field, having more than 30 years of experience. Dr. Chate Kietrsunthorn is very famously known for his impeccable SMILE Eye Surgical procedure as well as his treatment protocols followed for correcting Dry Eye Syndrome. Smile Eye Surgery is one of the surgical procedures performed to help rectify nearsightedness to up to -10.00 diopters. This procedure requires experienced hands as it requires using the femtosecond laser to remove a tiny part of the cornea. That is what changes the shape of the cornea and helps the person have sharper vision than before. There are fewer side-effects observed, with a fast recovery rate. It is now preferred more than the usual LASIK procedure. Dry eye syndrome is a syndrome in which the eye does not produce adequate tears to keep the eye moist. It makes the eyes very prone to acquiring bacterial, fungal, and viral infections. People who visit Dr. Chate Kietrsunthorn are prescribed medications to treat their condition effectively, prescribed medications, or require surgery.