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LASIK (Laser in-situ keratomileusis) is a common procedure for correcting vision in persons who are nearsighted, farsighted, or have astigmatism.
It's one of a number of vision-correcting procedures that involves reshaping your cornea, the clear front section of your eye, so that light concentrates on the retina in the rear. Up to 98% of people having Myopia, Hyperopia, Astigmatism, and Presbyopia who wear glasses or contact lenses could be suitable candidates for Lasik Laser Eye Surgery
We can stay away from specks for up to 10 years by taking help of experts in Lasik Surgery. A refractive error causes when light doesn’t focus on the retina, the way it should be making the vision blurry. The basic vision abnormalities include:
Things are clear when they are close to you, but things farther away become blurry.
The faraway things are clear but closer things are blurry
In this type of eye abnormality, everything becomes blurry because of the shape of your eye.
You are not eligible for Lasik surgery if:
Yes, but it is subjective to the terms & conditions provided with you policy document. You shall consider talking to your insurance provider before going for treatment. Consult our HospiOne Team for further assistance.
You will recover within 24-48 hours, but overall recovery may take a month.
One of the safest ways to treat refractive problems is through LASIK surgery. The laser
utilized in the treatment is quite advanced, and it can detect even the tiniest movements
of the eyes. As a result, the risks of complications during surgery are quite low.
No, there is no such limitation. However, doctors suggest the surgery for people between
the age of 20-30 years.
Lasik surgery is not painful at all. The numbing eye drops are used during the procedure
which helps in not getting any kind of pain or discomfort to the patient.
Femtosecond-assisted Lasik is a type of laser eye surgery. Rather than employing a
mechanical cutting tool, Surgeons can use the laser to generate a corneal flap. The flap is
returned to its original position without sutures after surgery.
Yes, it can be done twice if necessary, LASIK can be repeated to rectify regressed vision,
and the process is safe.
Because it reshapes the cornea and corrects the refractive problem, LASIK is a
permanent solution for hazy vision. The majority of patients who have LASIK surgery
have steady eyesight for at least ten years.
LASIK vision correction has a success rate of over 96 percent, as well as a patient
satisfaction rate of over 96 percent. In most circumstances, it can help patients obtain
20/20 vision with minimum problems.
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