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Month: February 2022

Why Lasik Is Still The Popular Choice For Vision Correction Surgery

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Since the beginning of time, people have been concerned about vision. Glasses and contact lenses were the only options before LASIK emerged. And probably, eyeglasses and contact lenses provided people with temporary improvement in vision. But there was still a need for permanent solution.

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When Can I Go For Swimming After The Lasik Eye Surgery?

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In LASIK, a flap is created in the cornea of the eye. Then the corneal flap is gently lifted and excimer layer is used for reshaping the eye. The flap is later put back on, which heals naturally. Once done, the cornea focuses the light accurately on the retina. It helps in creating sharp and clear images leading to perfect vision. LASIK is used for treating vision problems, which include near-sightedness, far-sightedness, and astigmatism.

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What To Expect After Lasik: All You Need To Know About

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Immediately after the LASIK is performed, you may experience some discomfort in your eyes for a few hours. You might want to involuntarily want to rub your eyes. But you should not, as it may displace the flap from its set position and disturb vision.

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6 Most Common Questions Associated With Lasik

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LASIK is one of the common and popular techniques used for vision correction. LASIK stands for “Laser Assisted-In-Situ-Keratomileusis”, which is one of the effective vision correction surgeries. The technique was introduced in the early 90’s. It is the most popular surgical method used to correct farsightedness, near-sightedness, and astigmatism. LASIK is entirely safe and has high patient satisfaction and success rate.

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Can I Get A Refractive Lens Exchange If I Have A Cataract?

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In recent times, people have been more concerned about having perfect vision without dependence on glasses. Glasses and contacts may get frustrating, even for people over 45 years. Patients would prefer an advanced procedure that helps remove the cataract and eliminate the need for glasses altogether.

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Misconceptions About Pink Eye

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Conjunctivitis is defined as the inflammation or infection of the outer transparent membrane of the eyeball and the inner eyelid, which is due to several causes. It is also known as pink eye. It can be bacterial or viral, or allergens such as pollen, smoke and other harmful pollutants. It can be acute, lasting for 1-2 weeks, or chronic, lasting for 3-5 weeks. Untreated conjunctivitis may cause serious complications.

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RELEX SMILE

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Many people undergo laser vision correction to get rid of the spectacles and contact lenses. Modern technology has evolved for the betterment of the people. So in this modern era, correction of vision is much easier than before. Many laser vision correction technologies have come up, but they have many drawbacks. So to cover up the drawback of other laser surgery, RELEX SMILE is the newer technology for vision correctness. Many laser vision correctness methods are available today. SMILE laser eye surgery provides faster recovery and long-term benefits. It provides one of the most successful treatments for vision correction.

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Managing Dry Eyes

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Dry eyes disease is a common condition in which natural tears cannot provide adequate lubrication to the eyes. As a result, the volume of tears can decrease or become unstable for many reasons. For example, if the eyes produce poor-quality tears, that can lead to dry eyes. This tear film instability results in inflammation and damage to the surface of the eyes.Dry eyes disease is a common condition in which natural tears cannot provide adequate lubrication to the eyes. As a result, the volume of tears can decrease or become unstable for many reasons. For example, if the eyes produce poor-quality tears, that can lead to dry eyes. This tear film instability results in inflammation and damage to the surface of the eyes.

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Corneal Mapping

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Corneal topography is an advanced device used by ophthalmologists to produce detailed images of the shape, curvature and thickness of their patients. These images give ophthalmologists excellent information about the condition of the corneal surface.

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Contoura Vision

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Wearing spectacles to improve vision for far and nearby things is not always comfortable for some people. Therefore, many modern techniques have come up to treat vision problems. Like all modern techniques, Contoura vision can treat vision-related problems without any pain or damage to the eyes.

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Ojas Eye Hospital A Center of Excellence for Contoura Vision, Femto Bladefree Lasik in Mumbai, India.