Momoi Supe LASIK Experience | Shinagawa Feature Story

Thanks To LASIK, Eyebrow Tattoo Strokes Are Now Easier For Momoi Supe

Executing eyebrow tattoo strokes is now much easier for tattoo and make-up artist Momoi Supe.

Momoi, the founder of the owner of Strokes, a force in facial make-up and tattoos, always envisioned an easier life with the help of brighter eyesight.

Strokes is the leading and most trusted beauty studio in the Philippines specializing in 3D Eyebrow tattooing and shaping beauty with its permanent makeup and skincare services.

It didn’t take long for him to decide on having ULTRA LASIK, which took care of his big pupils, at Shinagawa to fix his visual problems once and for all.

In a heartbeat, his visual woes and eyesight struggles were all histories.

“Imagine waking up and not reaching for your eyeglasses or contact lenses anymore. Through Shinagawa’s ULTRA LASIK procedure, I now enjoy an amazing 20/10 vision, which allows me to provide crisp and precise eyebrow tattoo strokes!” shared a thrilled Momoi following his vision correction.

Recently, Momoi immediately took advantage of his brand new vision as he watched the Spice Girls’ Spice World 2019 Reunion Concert in London.

“Enjoyed my 20/10 Vision for the Spice Girls Spice World 2019 Reunion Concert.”

Momoi Supe of STROKES | Shinagawa Feature Story

Momoi also encourages more people to look at everything at a better perspective after his first-hand LASIK experience.

“If you’re eyeing an excellent investment, consider Shinagawa’s premier LASIK procedure and you’ll never look at things the same way again.”

You can likewise live more yourself by having a brighter vision! LASIK can be the key to your enhanced life. Call our Patient Care Lines: (+632) 368 5238 l (+63) 917 862 7454 l (+63) 921 217 0517

Common Eye Conditions & Their Effects To Your Eyesight | Shinagawa LASIK Blog

Common Eye Conditions & Their Effects To Your Eyesight

Your blurry vision may have been caused by one of the most common eye conditions. Blurred vision or loss of vision can be caused by any condition.

Many people wrongly assume blurred vision is a result of age (and it can be), and avoid getting their eyes checked or seeking treatment. Many common eye conditions leading to poor vision, such as cataracts, can be treated and vision can be restored when the condition is diagnosed early.

If you experience blurred vision or vision loss, it may be due to any of these common eye conditions:

Common Eye Conditions | Shinagawa LASIK Blog

Refractive Errors

The most common eye conditions resulting in poor vision and a need for vision correction are refractive errors. Nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism are all types of refractive errors.

Astigmatism is a common refractive error wherein the cornea and lens of the eye are unevenly curved. An equally curved eye will properly refract light, allowing clear vision, but an irregular shaped cornea or lens can affect vision.

Due to the irregular shape of the eye caused by Astigmatism, the eye’s ability to focus is inhibited. So, images may appear distorted or blurred.

Symptoms of astigmatism include blurry vision, eye-straining, headaches and squinting to see clearly. Mild to moderate astigmatism is most commonly treated with eyeglasses or contact lenses. In some more serious cases, LASIK eye surgery can treat astigmatism by reshaping the cornea. Reshaping of the cornea will improve how the eye focuses light rays on the retina.

Myopia (nearsightedness) is the most common refractive error of the eye. It occurs when the eyeball is too long relative to the focusing power of the cornea and lens of the eye, or the cornea and/or lens is too curved for the length of the eyeball, or a combination of both factors. As a result, the cornea and lens bend incoming light rays so they come into focus in front of the retina instead of directly on the retina. A person with myopia can clearly see close-up tasks, like reading and using a computer but has difficulty seeing distant objects clearly.

Hyperopia (farsightedness) occurs when the eyeball is too short, which prevents incoming light from focusing directly on the retina. The cornea and lens bend incoming light rays so they come into focus behind the retina rather than on it. Hyperopic eyes can see objects clearly from a distance but near objects appear blurry.

LASIK surgery is excellent in terms of correcting refractive errors as it effectively changes the shape of the cornea so that the eye will properly refract light into a point of focus on the retina.


Presbyopia is a common type of vision disorder that occurs as you age. It is often referred to as the aging eye condition. Presbyopia results in the inability to focus up close, a problem associated with refraction in the eye.

It is due to hardening of the lens of the eye causing the eye to focus light behind rather than on the retina when looking at close objects.


A cataract is the clouding over of the focusing lens of the eye, which is located behind the pupil. Symptoms of cataracts include: blurred vision; difficulty seeing street signs, curbs, freeway exits and traffic lights; seeing halos or glare around lights; difficulty seeing TV, movies or faces; difficulty reading and more.

Cataracts can be treated with cataract surgery. To restore vision that has been lost or impaired by a cataract, the cloudy lens must be removed and a clear plastic implant lens replaces the cloudy lens.

Eye Conditions Effects | Shinagawa LASIK Blog

If you have one of those eye conditions, whatever that may be, we highly encourage you to have a comprehensive eye screening at Shinagawa to know the best treatment for you.

With our variety of trusted and tested eye services, we can most certainly correct and restore your vision for an easier and more comfortable life for you. With millions of successful procedures done, your eyes will be in good care with us.

May it is LASIK or Cataract surgery, we are more ready to correct your eye and vision problems.

Our experienced eye doctors know what’s best for you and your eyesight. We’re looking forward to guiding you through for a better vision and a better life. Call our Patient Care Lines: (+632) 368 5238 l (+63) 917 862 7454 l (+63) 921 217 0517.

Dr. Charo Rayos del Sol with a Patient | Shinagawa Feature Story

From Doctor To Patient: Dr. Charo’s Own LASIK Experience

Even ophthalmologists themselves need the sharpest of visions to be as prolific as possible.

Take it from Shinagawa’s very own Dr. Charo Rayos del Sol.

Our own doctor recently had her own LASIK to enhance his vision further.

“Of course, being an ophthalmologist myself, I need to have a sharp vision that can help me further in my profession,” expressed Dr. Charo. “That’s why I had LASIK here in our very own clinic here at Shinagawa to improve my eyesight and it was so smooth and very comfortable.”

“I’ve been struggling with blurry vision for over 10 years before having LASIK. I was at 20/200 before and now, I have a 20/15 vision.”

Used to performing surgeries herself as an eye doctor, it felt weird at first for her to be the patient who will undergo LASIK but in the end, it was all a thrill for her.

“It was weird at first to be the patient for LASIK as I am a doctor and normally, it’s me who performs the procedure. I’m glad it all went well as I was in good hands with our doctors and advanced machines here.”

Dr. Charo Rayos del Sol on Her Eye Check Up | Shinagawa Feature Story

While there’s a common misconception that in the medical industry that ophthalmologists do not actually undergo LASIK procedures themselves, her experience was a testament that doctors also have their full trust in the safety and advancements of the machines and practices at Shinagawa.

Armed with a brighter vision now, Dr. Charo expects herself to perform at an even higher level now in terms of her duties as an ophthalmologist.

“I now have a better eyesight and this will make everything easier for me, including the LASIK and cataract surgeries that I regularly perform.”

Whatever profession you may be in, you most certainly need a bright vision to thrive. Don’t let your blurry vision be the hindrance that stands between you and your goals.

Call our Patient Care Lines: (+632) 368 5238 | (+63) 917 862 7454 | (+63) 921 217 0517 and let LASIK help you.

Protecting Your Eyes From Air Pollution | Shinagawa LASIK Blog

Protecting Your Eyes From Air Pollution

In our previous entry, it was discussed how air pollution can significantly affect your eyes and vision for the worse.

With that, it is quite important to protect your eyes from air pollution.

Here are some simple, yet effective ways to protect your eyes from the bad effect that air pollution brings:

1. Don’t Forget Your Sunglasses – Yes, it’s more than just an accessory. Wearing sunglasses is essential as that protects your eyes from the unforgiving rays of the sun and all the pollution out there. Every time you’re outdoors, wearing sunglasses enables you to protect your eyes from dust, debris or any harmful particles present in the air.

2. Hydrate Well – Dehydration should be a no-no. The easiest way to protect your eyes from air pollution is by staying hydrated. Drink at least eight glasses of water. It is essential to keep your body hydrated if you want your eyes to produce an adequate amount of tears.

3. Eat Foods Helpful For The Eyes – The effect of proper nutrition on health is sometimes underrated and it should not be. A daily intake of foods rich in fish oil, antioxidants, and foods omega-3s is a super effective prevention method.

4. Increase Indoor Humidity – Increasing the humidity levels indoor is an ideal way to protect your eyes. The air outside is dry but you can keep the air in your home moist. The humidity will not only keep your eyes moist but will also help in clearing your sinuses.

5. Stay Indoors In Times Of Pollution Level Peak – In cases wherein there is a high level of particulate matter in the air, limit your outdoor exposure as much as you can. Stay indoors. Even if you really have to go outside, protect your eyes with spectacles and/or masks.

Follow these tips and reminders and make sure your eyes are always well protected from the harmful air pollution.

To know more about what’s best for your eyes, consult our renowned doctors. Call our Patient Care Lines: (+632) 368 5238 l (+63) 917 862 7454 l (+63) 921 217 0517 to schedule an appointment.