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Retina

Light is properly focused on the retina for clearer vision

2

Cornea

A thin flap is created in the cornea tissue

3

Flap

The corneal flap is gently lifted

4

UV Laser

Reshapes the corneal tissue underneath

What is an Excimer Laser?

Excimer laser is a computer controlled instrument that uses shorter wave (ultraviolet) light to vaporize and remove precise amounts of tissue from the eye's surface, allowing the cornea to be reshaped to achieve predictable changes in vision during laser laser-assisted procedures such as LASIK.

The ‘Excimer Laser’ is considered as one of the most exciting developments for improving eyesight and has revolutionized the way the world views vision correction, making dreams come true for many individuals with refractive errors such as myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness) and astigmatism.

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How is the Surgery Performed?

In hypermetropia, due to the short axial length, the less refractive power of the cornea, or due to both reasons, the rays of light are focused behind the retina. Hence, we cannot see the nearby objects clearly. This situation likewise can be treated with laser.

Astigmatism is oftentimes related to imperfection in the curvature of the cornea. The rays of light traveling to the eye focus on different points far from the retina and it becomes difficult to see distant objects or objects that are up-close clearly. Correspondingly, it becomes possible to focus the image onto the retina by reshaping the cornea with ‘Excimer Laser’ in astigmatism as well.

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Is Lasik For me?

Excimer laser is a computer controlled instrument that uses shorter wave (ultraviolet) light to vaporize and remove precise amounts of tissue from the eye's surface, allowing the cornea to be reshaped to achieve predictable changes in vision during laser laser-assisted procedures such as LASIK.

The ‘Excimer Laser’ is considered as one of the most exciting developments for improving eyesight and has revolutionized the way the world views vision correction, making dreams come true for many individuals with refractive errors such as myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness) and astigmatism.

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What are the Lasik Techniques?

In hypermetropia, due to the short axial length, the less refractive power of the cornea, or due to both reasons, the rays of light are focused behind the retina. Hence, we cannot see the nearby objects clearly. This situation likewise can be treated with laser.

Astigmatism is oftentimes related to imperfection in the curvature of the cornea. The rays of light traveling to the eye focus on different points far from the retina and it becomes difficult to see distant objects or objects that are up-close clearly. Correspondingly, it becomes possible to focus the image onto the retina by reshaping the cornea with ‘Excimer Laser’ in astigmatism as well.

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