Advanced LASIK vision correction has changed the life of many by giving them freedom from glasses and contact lenses which include Bollywood Superstar Shahrukh Khan, Super Model Cindy Crawford, Golfer Tiger Woods and many other such as politicians and industrialist to millions common people. Laser Vision Correction now is approved by NASA to be performed on Astronauts, Army, Navy and Pilots in the USA which validates its safety. First ever LASIK procedure was performed by Dr. V. K. Mentor Prof. Ioannis Pallikaris. We are pioneers of Laser Vision correction in India with more than 25 years of experience and over one lacs smiling eyes.
A Laser procedure which is SAFE, PROVEN, TRUSTED.
A way to “change your life” and get rid of your glasses. Laser vision correction has enabled millions of people worldwide to enjoy a new found freedom-Living there lives without the inconvenience of glasses or contact lenses.
Lasik Imagine seeing clearly from the moment you open your eyes in the morning! Once you have vision correction you will see and experience all freedom that life has to offer. Laser refractive eye surgery will truly change your life. Whether you are farsighted, near sighted or have astigmatism, Laser eye surgery can eliminate your dependence on glasses or contact lenses. Once you have a vision correction procedure your natural vision will be restored.Gaining the freedom and security you want is actually quite easy. Laser vision correction is a pain free procedure that takes only few minutes and is approximately 60 seconds of laser time per eye in most cases.
Lasik is an acronym for laser in-situ-keratomileusis. Lasik is a gold standard in refractive surgery. The procedure which is painless, safe, and with a faster recovery of vision which makes it a very popular procedure for laser vision correction.
Post qualifying the eyes with a pre Lasik evaluation and informed consent for the procedure, the patient is prepared before the procedure with anesthetic and antibiotic eye drops, making the eye numb and sterile for the laser procedure. A Microkeratome or a Femtosecond laser hand-piece is used to create a thin corneal flap which remains hinged through the procedure.