REFRACTIVE EYE SURGERY IN MUMBAI
WHAT IS REFRACTIVE EYE SURGERY ?
Refractive eye surgery is the term used to describe surgical procedures that correct common vision problems (nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia) to reduce your dependence on prescription eyeglasses and/or contact lenses.
Currently, a laser procedure called LASIK- Laser in-situ keratomileusis is the most popular refractive surgery performed. But there are other types of refractive surgery — including other laser procedures such as Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK) and intraocular lens procedures such as Phakic IOL’s( ICL) that might be an even better choice for you, depending on your needs. Refractive eye surgery can enable you to see clearly without being dependent on spectacles or contact lenses. It is very often not just a cosmetic procedure, but a therapeutic one which has changed the lives of millions.
The articles below will help you learn more about your surgical options so you can better discuss them with your eye doctor. We offer refractive eye surgery at Rushabh Eye Hospital & Laser Centre, Chembur, Mumbai, which is performed by fellowship-trained and experienced eye surgeons.
WHY REFRACTIVE EYE TREATMENT AT RUSHABH EYE HOSPITAL
Refractive eye treatment takes you from wearing glasses or contact lenses to clear natural vision in a matter of minutes. LASIK Treatment at Rushabh Eye Hospital & Laser Center is done using one of the most technologically advanced VISX STAR S4 IR Excimer Laser Systems.
The first LASIK machine in Mumbai to offer Custom vision correction with Iris Registration, giving patients the chance to achieve exceptional visual clarity with exceptional accuracy & safety.
At Rushabh Eye Hospital & Laser Centre, we have the most advanced diagnostic technology including topography, tomography, and anterior segment OCT, which helps our Specialist surgeons to plan your laser eye treatment more effectively. We have been the pioneers of refractive eye surgery in Mumbai, and have performed successful laser eye surgery in patients from all over the world.