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What is LASIK?

The full-form of Laser eye surgery or LASIK is Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis. It uses lasers for surgical procedure to correct and improve faulty eyesight such as:  

  1. Near-sightedness
  2. Far-sightedness
  3. An improper vision of the objects

Types of LASIK surgeries performed are

  1. Wave optimized LASIK
  2. Topography-guided LASIK
  3. Wavefront-guided LASIK
  4. All laser LASIK


What are the advantages associated with LASIK?

Advantages of LASIK surgery are the following:

  1. It has a better success rate than other vision correction surgeries.
  2. Little discomfort or pain than other types of eye surgeries.
  3. Can eliminate the need for eyeglasses or contact lens completely.
  4. Vision improvement occurs soon or gradually after the surgery.
  5. Adjustments for vision correction can be made during aging.


What are the indications of LASIK?

LASIK is indicated in the following conditions:

  1. Astigmatism [Irregular curvature of eye lens leading to the objects appear blurred]
  2. Myopia [To see the near objects clearly than objects which are far away]
  3. Hyperopia [Nearby objects appear blurry and far objects are clear]


What is the preparation required for LASIK Surgery?

The following are the preparation steps for LASIK surgery:

  1. Discuss all the benefits, risks, and complications associated with LASIK surgery with your doctor.
  2. Your eyes will be examined by the doctor to be sure that they are healthy and free from infection.
  3. The shape and thickness of the cornea of the eye will be evaluated.
  4. The Doctor may ask you to stop wearing eyeglasses or contact lens before surgery.
  5. Medical and health history will be checked.
  6. Take all the medications as instructed by your doctor.
  7. It is advised not to read, write, or use electronic devices like a computer or cellphone 30 minutes prior to the test.


What are the steps involved in LASIK?

The following are the steps involved in LASIK surgery are 

  1. After preparing the patient for surgery, local anesthesia is given to the patient as eye drops.
  2. Then, specialized equipment known as a microkeratome is used to create a thin hinged flap in the surface of the cornea of an eye.
  3. Next, your surgeon will activate the LASIK laser to reshape the cornea precisely to improve the vision while tracking and monitoring your eye with a computer.
  4. The flap will be replaced on your surface of the cornea, after reshaping the cornea.


What is the recovery care for LASIK Surgery?

Some instructions are given to you by your doctor after the completion of surgery and they are:

  1. Use the eye drops regularly as advised by your doctor.
  2. Avoid bright and direct sunlight, the use of sunglasses is recommended.
  3. While sleeping, wear plastic shields to protect your eyes.
  4. Don't touch or rub your eyes.
  5. Take all the prescribed medications as directed by your doctor.
  6. Avoid swimming splashing of water during eye healing periods.


Who can perform LASIK?

LASIK Surgery can be performed by:

  1. An experienced Ophthalmologist with training in LASIK surgery.
  2. Any MD [Doctor of medicine] with several years of training in LASIK.
  3. Optometrists who completed LASIK training and performed successful surgeries.


What is the cost of LASIK in Gurgaon?

The amount to be paid for LASIK in Gurgaon may vary according to factors such as:

  1. Doctor fee
  2. Hospital charges
  3. Type of LASIK
  4. Lab tests recommended
  5. Medical condition


The minimum price in Gurgaon starts from Rs.40,000

The average cost in Gurgaon can range approximately around Rs.68,000

The maximum amount to be paid in Gurgaon may be up to Rs.1,10,000


Is LASIK a major surgery or minor surgery?

LASIK Surgery can be either a major or minor procedure depending on the patient's medical condition.


Who can undergo LASIK Surgery?

People who can undergo LASIK surgery are:

  1. People who are not comfortable wearing contact lens or eyeglasses.
  2. Individuals whose vision has been stable for almost a year.
  3. Individuals older than18yrs with eyesight difficulties.
  4. The cornea of the eye must be thick enough for surgery.


Who cannot undergo LASIK?

People who cannot undergo LASIK surgery are:

  1. Individuals with a weak immune system or poor health
  2. Individuals with changing eye vision over a year
  3. Pregnant women
  4. Individuals who are satisfied with either eyeglasses or contact lens


What are the risks and complications involved in LASIK?

As with every surgery, LASIK also has its own benefits, risks, and complications and they are the following:

  1. Temporary visual disturbances like seeing halos around the objects, poor night vision, etc.
  2. Bulging of the eye surface [Keratectasia or Keratoconus]
  3. Irregular astigmatism
  4. Dry eyes
  5. Sensitive to light
  6. Blurred vision
  7. Irregular healing of the outer layer of the cornea like inflammation under the LASIK flap etc
  8. Eye discomfort or eye infection
  9. Decreased sharpness of the vision
  10. Vision loss (very rare)


How long does it take to complete LASIK Surgery?

The procedure may take almost 10-40 minutes to complete and may take more time depending on the condition of the patient.


What is the recovery time from LASIK Surgery?

Individuals who undergo LASIK Surgery may take 1-4 weeks to recover completely.


What is the success rate of LASIK Surgery?

The success rate of LASIK surgery depends on:

  1. Age of the patient
  2. Experience of the doctor in performing Lasik Surgery
  3. The medical condition of an individual

However, The success rate of LASIK surgery can range from 90%-99% based on the medical condition of the individual.


Is LASIK painful?

Every surgery comes with a certain level of pain and some discomfort. You won't be experiencing pain in the eyes during the process as anesthetic eye drops will be applied to the eyes for which LASIK is needed.


Is LASIK permanent?

Usually, LASIK is a permanent procedure that helps in correcting or improving eye vision. However, in very few cases due to the change in the eye lens, vision problems may reappear and may lead to blurred vision.


What are the long-term results associated with LASIK?

The following are the long term results of LASIK are:

  1. Improves eye vision
  2. Permanently correct astigmatism, near-sightedness, and farsightedness
  3. Change in the cornea of the eye


Can LASIK surgery be detected in the future?

 Yes. LASIK can be detected in the future as the cornea becomes very thin.


What if LASIK fails?

Few of the options available if the LASIK surgery is not successful are the following:

  1. Reuse of contact lens or eyeglasses
  2. LASIK enhancement
  3. Additional or a revision eye surgery as discussed with your doctor
  4. Retreatment with medications and diet


What are the alternatives available for LASIK?

The following are the alternatives for LASIK surgery in Gurgaon: 

  1. LASEK
  2. Phakic intraocular lens implants
  3. Epi-LASIK
  4. Refractive lens exchange surgery