Refractive Surgery

About LASIK

Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis, more popularly known by the name of LASIK, is a procedure that corrects vision problems and altogether eliminates the necessity of spectacles or corrective lenses.

This refractive surgery reshapes the clear round dome at the front of the eye (cornea) and bends the rays of light to focus on the retina instead of someplace else. The end result is a sharper and clearer vision.

Different type of LASIK treatment is chosen by different patients according to their suitability and eligibility for the procedure. All these solutions stand to be safe and reliable.

Refractive Errors

LASIK surgery corrects the following refractive errors:

  • Nearsightedness (Myopia): A condition where you are able to see the nearby objects clearly but not far away things. Both these cases consequent the light rays to focus on retina’s front rather than on it, blurring faraway vision.
  • Farsightedness (Hyperopia): A condition where you are able to see the distant objects clearly, but not the nearby things.
  • Astigmatism: Persistent blurred state of near and far away vision due to corneal uneven curves or flatness.
  • Presbyopia: Also called the ‘Aging Eye’ condition, it refers to long-sightedness caused by the loss of elasticity of eye lens occurring generally in the middle & old age.

We are providing the most advanced LASIK treatment options for the correction of all these refractive errors for many years now.

Types of LASIK Eye Surgery

Different type of LASIK treatment is chosen by different patients according to their suitability and eligibility for the procedure. All these solutions stand to be safe and reliable.

The Excimer laser procedure is used and a bandage contact lens is placed. The healing process involves slight pain in the early phase and causes a slight delay in visual recovery. However, because of its numerous advantages, it is still a preferred technique for the patients who are deemed unfit for LASIK flap creation.

The LASIK procedure uses an extremely fine blade named ‘MicroKeratome’ to cut the corneal flap and then employs Excimer laser for corneal shape correction.

No manual blade needed here. A Femto laser creates a clean and precise flap minimising every possible complication of a blade.

Currently the best procedure for specs-removal, this 100% blade-free laser vision correction method needs no flap at all. Patients experience little discomfort for a couple of hours, but resume routine activities almost immediately after the procedure. Computer controlled for maximum precision, SMILE takes only 20-30 seconds per eye.

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