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.
The U.S FDA approved MEL 80 of Carl Zeiss is one of the most up-to-date and efficient excimer lasers enabling extremely safe and precise correction.
The Carl Zeiss CRS master offers exact measurement of the vision defect, a precise topography of your cornea and intelligent formulae for calculating the individual laser pattern with which the laser is controlled.
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.
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.
Anil Eye hospital is equipped with the latest Pentacam analyzer for a detailed and accurate pre-lasik workout.
Wavefront technology is groundbreaking because it has the potential to improve not only how much you can see, visual acuity measured by the standard 20/20 eye chart, but also how well you can see, in terms of contrast sensitivity and fine detail. This translates into a reduced glare, halos and difficulty with night vision.