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What Is Lasik?

LASIK is the acronym for Laser-Assisted in Situ Keratomileusis, a type of Refractive Laser Eye Surgery for correcting refractive errors like Myopia, Hyperopia, and Astigmatism. Millions of patients today choose LASIK as an alternative to wearing corrective eyeglasses or contact lenses. Lasik Surgery is the latest high technology Eye Care Treatment in India. It is becoming very popular as in the USA and Europe during the last few years.

Why Lasik at Anil Eye Hospital?

Lasik Surgery

ANIL EYE HOSPITAL is over 40 years old, well established, and well known in the central suburbs of Mumbai. With a highly qualified Ophthalmologist, experienced, trained, and caring staff you can expect only the best for your eyes. Anil Eye Hospital is equipped with the MEL 80 excimer laser by Carl Zeiss, the most up-to-date and efficient technology available enabling extremely safe and precise correction.

Other Benefits of Lasik at a glance

Faster & more accurate than any other laser, leading to least possible exposure of the eye minimizing undesired side-effects and enhancing regeneration and recovery.

 Linked to the corneal topographer & aberrometer enabling individualized treatment.

 The small spot size of the laser beam of 0.7 mm permits the finest corneal corrections of unsurpassed quality-accurate, smooth and gentle treatment.

 Any pupil movement is instantaneously detected and dynamically compensated during laser correction by the ultrafast active MEL 80 eyetracker which eliminates the risk of misplaced treatment. 

Frequently Asked Questions

With the IntraLase method ,tiny pulses of laser light , a quadrillionth of a second each, pass harmlessly through the outer portion of your cornea and form a uniform layer of microscopic bubbles just beneath the surface of your eye.

The exact dimensions of this layer of bubbles are determined by your doctor based on what's best for your eye and are computer controlled for maximum precision - things that are not possible with a hand held blade. The IntraLase flap creation process takes about 15 to 20 seconds per eye and a total of 10 minutes for the entire LASIK procedure.

When it's time for your LASIK treatment to be performed, your doctor easily lifts the flap to apply the LASIK treatment. When LASIK is complete a flap created using the IntraLase method is uniquely able to “lock “back into place. Your eye then begins to rapidly heal.

If you are looking for a blade-free treatment that virtually eliminates the most severe sight-threatening complications, the answer is yes.

The IntraLase method also delivers outstanding results—it has been shown to improve outcomes for more patients. Patients may experience faster recovery, fewer LASIK flap-related complications and fewer induced higher order aberrations. Higher order aberrations may contribute to visual disturbances such as glare and halos.

It's preferred by patients

In a clinical survey of LASIK patients who had their LASIK flaps created using a blade in one eye and the IntraLase Method in the other, the vision in the Intralase treated eye was preferred 3-to 1 ( among those who stated a preference). Millions of procedures have been performed safely and effectively using the IntraLase method

It's the most advanced treatment.

The IntraLase Method gives your doctor an extremely high degree of surgical control for exceptionals.

Ultimately, the 100% blade-free IntraLase method gives patients more confidence and less anxiety going in for LASIK treatment and excellent vision coming out.

No matter how ready you are for life without lenses, the decision to have LASIK is a big one. You want to know for certain that you're getting safe and trusted treatment.

That's exactly why our practice offers an advanced approach to LASIK called the IntraLase method. With the IntraLase method, you can have a LASIK procedure that's 100% blade-free, exceptionally advanced, and has been shown to improve outcomes for more patients.

The IntraLase and iFS Laser systems are ophthalmic surgical lasers indicated for use in patients undergoing surgery or treatment requiring the initial lamellar resection of the cornea. Contraindications may include Corneal edema, Glaucoma, and Keratoconus. Risks and complications may include corneal pain, flap tearing, and epithelial ingrowth. Patients are requested to consult with their eye care professional for a complete listing of contraindications and risks.

Femtosecond Laser LASIK

How LASIK Surgery is Done?

Femtosecond Laser LASIK

How LASIK Surgery is Done?

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