Lasik Surgery in Lajpat Nagar

One of India’s most renowned LASIK surgery centers is the Visual Aids Centre. World-renowned ophthalmologists and optometrists make up our team and tirelessly provide you with the clearest eyesight possible. The most considerable of LASIK treatments to be conducted by a single clinic in India, we have had the great fortune of executing over 1,00,000 effective LASIK surgeries in the last 25 years.


What is LASIK?

A form of refractive surgery is LASIK. Laser surgery is utilized in this procedure to correct refractive eyesight disorders. When your eye doesn’t properly refract(bend) light, you have a refractive error.

Light rays must pass through your cornea and lens in order for you to see clearly. Light is bent by the camera and lens so that it settles on the retina. Light is converted by the retina into signals that are then translated into images in the brain. When you have refractive defects, your cornea or lens shape prevents light from bending properly. Your eyesight becomes hazy when light is not focused properly on the retina.

It’s one of the numerous vision-correcting surgeries that work by modifying your cornea so that light concentrates on the retina in the rear. Your need for eyeglasses or contact lenses may decrease as a result of LASIK eye surgery. In rare circumstances, it might even enable you to forget them fully.


How should I Prepare for LASIK eye surgery?

You will meet with a coordinator or an eye surgeon prior to LASIK to discuss what to expect during and after the treatment. They will ask about your medical history and provide a comprehensive eye exam. This may include measurements of your corneal thickness, refraction, and eye pressure. They may dilate your pupils and map your corneas. Any inquiries you have will be answered by the surgeon. You can then make an appointment for the operation.

If you wear hard gas-permeable contact lenses, refrain from wearing them for at least three weeks prior to your operation. Wear no other types of contact lenses for at least three days before the operation. Bring your glasses with you so the surgeon can evaluate your prescription.

Eat a light meal before going in for surgery, and take all of your recommended medications. Wear no eye makeup or cumbersome hair items that could interfere with your head position. If you are not feeling well that day, contact your doctor’s office to find out what you should do.

Schedule a ride home. You’ll need transportation to and from the surgery location.


How often does LASIK surgery happen?

LASIK is the most common laser treatment for correcting refractive errors. Around the world, more than 40 million LASIK surgeries have been done.


Why do people get LASIK? 

Your vision is blurry when light doesn’t focus on your retina the way it should. This is known as a refractive error by doctors. There are some reasons to get LASIK surgery in Lajpat Nagar, and the most common ones are:

  • Nearsightedness (myopia): Things that are close to you are clear, but things that are farther away are blurry.
  • Farsightedness (hyperopia): You can see things farther away more clearly, but things close to you are blurry.
  • Astigmatism: Because of how your eye is made, this can make everything look fuzzy. 


What you should expect?

People who are carefully checked out before surgery to make sure they are good candidates for LASIK tend to have the best long-term results from the procedure. During the examination, your eye doctor will ask you about your medical and surgical history and give you a full eye exam to check your vision and see if you are healthy enough to go through with the procedure.

Your doctor will look for signs of

  •  eye infection
  •  inflammation
  •  dry eyes
  •  large pupils and
  •  high eye pressure.

Your eye doctor will also measure the shape, contour, thickness, and any irregularities in your cornea. Your eye surgeon will figure out which parts of your cornea need to be reshaped and how much tissue to take away from your cornea.


Who is a good LASIK candidate?

To get LASIK surgery in Lajpat Nagar, you have to meet a few conditions. Here are a few examples:

  • You must be at least 18 years old (ideally, over 21 years old, when vision is more likely to have stopped changing).
  • Your prescription for glasses or contacts shouldn’t have changed much in the past year.
  • You need to have a kind of vision problem that can be fixed with LASIK.
  • Your corneas need to be healthy and thick enough, and your eyes as a whole need to be in good shape.
  • You need to have realistic expectations about what LASIK can and can’t do for you.


What happens after LASIK?

After LASIK surgery in Lajpat Nagar, your eyes might itch, burn, or feel like something is in them. Don’t worry, it’s normal to feel this way. It’s also normal to have blurry or hazy vision and to see glare, starbursts, or halos around lights.

Since dry eyes are a common side effect of LASIK surgery, your eye doctor might send you home with some eye drops. You may also be given antibiotics, and steroidal eye drops to take home. Your ophthalmologist may also tell you to wear a shield over your eyes to keep you from touching your corneas while they are healing, especially when you are sleeping.  

The day after your surgery, you’ll go back to your eye doctor to have your vision checked and make sure your eye is healing.

Before LASIK surgery, doctors usually use wavefront-guided technology to get a good look at your eye. In this test, a scanner makes a chart of your eye that is very detailed and looks like a topographic map. Your eye doctor will be able to remove corneal tissue from your eye with more accuracy the more precise the measurements are.

Before the surgery, your doctor will talk to you about the risks and benefits of LASIK, what to expect before and after the surgery, and any questions you may have.

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Based on 2108 reviews
Shonali Verma
Shonali Verma
Very comfortable and great experience and the laser operation was done very well
sonam gaki
sonam gaki
I had my lasik recently here and in no time my eyes clarity was magic. Never thought I will have my new eyes sight with no pain and no pressure. Thank you Doctor Vivikbukshey 🙏
Saachi Bhatia
Saachi Bhatia
Amazing experience :)
Renuka Sonak
Renuka Sonak
Feel superb after lasik im free from that space thank you doctor and the team you all are very coperative
Ujjawal Kumar Tonk
Ujjawal Kumar Tonk
Good service and cooperative staff
Vipin kumar
Vipin kumar
I had Lasik surgery and it was an amazing experience! The staff was so friendly and knowledgeable, and the procedure itself was quick and painless. My vision improved immediately and I could see better than I ever had before. I am so thankful to the doctors specially Vipin Sir, he is so cooperative and amazing motivator and staff at the clinic for giving me the gift of perfect vision. I highly recommend this procedure to anyone considering it without any thought. Thanks Visual Aids Centre !!
Batmunkh Byambasuren
Batmunkh Byambasuren
The experience was super. Thanks a lot for the wonderful service
Dr Aditi Gupta
Dr Aditi Gupta
The doctorsvare very good, thr staff was so well managed with high quality service. Please don't give any second thought. It is the best place for lasic
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kishore ambati
Quick appointment with great customer service. Good place for lipiflow treatment.

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