Lasik and Refractive Errors
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What is Lasik and Refractive Errors?

Lasik gives you freedom from glasses or contact lenses right from the time you wake up in the morning till you go to sleep. LASIK or Laser vision correction, as it is commonly known stands for laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis where a laser is used to reshape your cornea in a manner that you see things clearly without the need for glasses or contact lenses. Lasik is a simple procedure that can change your life and the way you see. Lasik will completely eliminate your dependence on spectacles or contact lenses in a short 15 minute surgery.

In order for our eyes to be able to see, light rays must be bent or refracted by the cornea and the lens so they can focus on the retina, the layer of light-sensitive cells lining the back of the eye. The retina receives the picture formed by these light rays and sends the image to the brain through the optic nerve. A refractive error means that due to its shape, your eye doesn’t refract the light properly, so the image you see is blurred. Although refractive errors are called eye disorders, they are not diseases.

Types Of Lasik Treatment
Bladeless Femtosecond Lasik Surgery:

The new era Femtosecond Laser provides numerous advantages over the traditional microkeratome Lasik. The best part of Femtosecond laser is that it is completely Bladefree. It is fast, reliable and very safe to undergo Lasik with Bladefree Femtosecond technology.

The best part about the surgery is that being a completely Lasik guided procedure; all the flap related complications of Lasik will be avoided. The recovery after Femtosecond Lasik is very quick. Most of the patients can resume the normal activities in just a couple of days after surgery.

Benefits of Blade Free Femto Lasik:
  • It is a complete Blade free Procedure
  • It is the most advanced technology available today
  • It provides more precise and predictable surgery
  • It provides easy hassle free lifestyle with clear vision and enhances self confidence
  • It is customized procedure suiting each individual
Types Of Refractive Errors