YAG Laser Vitreolysis (vitreolysis) has proven to be a highly effective, outpatient-based procedure. The use of vitreolysis dates back to the eighties when Professor Aron Rosa, Paris, France, and Professor Franz Fankhauser, Berne, Switzerland, who were pioneers in the use of YAG lasers, published their success with vitreolysis.
This treatment involves the use of a nano-pulsed YAG laser to vaporize vitreous strands. This procedure has a low complication rate and has been providing a high degree of satisfaction to patients around the world. It's also recognized to have the potential to delay or remove the need for surgery.