Freedom from glasses with LASIK
Blade-free IntraLase LASIK and Custom LASIK explained.
Do glasses come in the way of your future?
If glasses are getting in the way of your future, LASIK is one of the most effective, reliable and fastest ways of correcting your vision.
What is LASIK?
LASIK or ‘Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis’ is one of the most trusted laser eye surgeries for the treatment of Myopia (near-sightedness), Hyperopia (far-sightedness), and Astigmatism (blurred vision). This laser vision correction technique is performed on the cornea so that light entering the eye can be focused on the retina for clearer vision.
LASIK will completely eliminate your dependence on spectacles or contact lenses in a short 15 minute surgery.
Lasik Treatment In Mumbai, India
Top questions about LASIK answered
How should I select the right Eye hospital?
Selecting the right eye hospital and surgeon are essential in making sure you get the best treatment for your eyes. Here are a few questions to help you select the best LASIK centre:
- How experienced is the LASIK surgeon?
How many procedures has your doctor performed?
- What equipment and technology are used for LASIK at the hospital?
Are they focused on cost-cutting or providing the highest quality healthcare?
- What are their past patients saying?
Read testimonials, and talk to past patients
- Understand the costs.
What are the cost options and the cost vs quality trade-offs?
- How experienced is the LASIK surgeon?
Is LASIK 100% safe?
LASIK eye surgery is a safe and painless procedure. Having performed thousands of successful LASIK procedures safely over the past (18)years, Ojas Eye Hospital is one of the most experienced and safest Hospital to perform LASIK. Along with having the most experienced doctors, Ojas Eye Hospital also has the latest technology for conducting LASIK. We have more experience with the superior “Blade Free Intralase Femtosecond LASIK” than any other hospital in Western India.
How long is the recovery time after LASIK?
LASIK surgery has a surprisingly fast recovery time. Within just 8 to 12 hours after the surgery, you will see 70 to 80% improvement in your eyes. Following the first day, your vision will improve toward 100% over the next week. Most people are able to return to their normal daily activities within 1-2 days. We will provide you detailed instructions post-LASIK about the best-practices to ensure you have a safe and quick recovery.
Is LASIK right for me? What is are the minimum age and prescription power requirements?
The majority of healthy adults (age 18+) are fully eligible to take advantage of LASIK. Before your procedure, we will take a full history and examination to ensure your 100% safety during and after the procedure.
If you are currently pregnant, or have existing pre-conditions, please inform us during consultation to help us determine the best next steps.
Why is Blade Free Intralase “Femtosecond” LASIK better?
The Blade Free Intralase “Femtosecond” LASIK is the latest technology in LASIK eye surgery with faster recovery times, higher precision and lower chance of complications. This is the only LASIK technology recommended for use by NASA and the US Army and Navy for Astronauts and top officials. Ojas Eye Hospital is the ONLY Hospital in Mumbai with this technology, and we also have more experience with Blade Free LASIK (4+ years) than any other center in Western India.
Why is OJAS Eye Hospital the right choice?
When working on something as important as your eyes, you deserve to have the best medical team and equipment with the most experience.
Dr Niteen Dedhia and our in-house surgeons are experienced ophthalmologists who have treated over 80,000 patients from 191 countries, in the last 18 years.
We are the only Eye Surgery Center in Mumbai that provides truly blade-free LASIK surgery (using Blade-free IntraLase “Femtosecond” LASIK).
But don’t just take our word for it, read the testimonials from our patients.
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# The outcomes may vary from eye to eye.