LASIK is a type of refractive surgery for correcting myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism. LASIK is performed by ophthalmologists using a laser. Ebsaar Eye Surgery Center is a full fledged eye clinic specializing in Lasik Surgeryand Cataract surgeries. Founded by renowned & internationally acclaimed eye surgeon Dr. Hani Sakla, our clinic is home to latest diagnostic and surgical equipment.rnrnJumeirah Beach Road, Villa 32 A, Jumeirah 1rnP.O. Box: 333397, Dubairnrnbehind The Village Mall, rnPh: 043440122rnFax: +971 4 344 01 email@example.com://ebsaar.com
Are you experiencing blurry visions? You may already be suffering from any eye-related issues such as myopia (short-sightedness), hyperopia (long-sightedness) or astigmatism which is related to the abnormal shaping of the eye. Thankfully, you donât have to struggle with poor eyesight anymore as these issues can now be targeted and resolved using laser eye surgery through LASIK (Laser-Assisted In situ Keratomileusis) treatment.
At Ebsaar, not only do we give you the best vision but also the best long-term solution to your eye problems. Our state-of-the-art laser eye surgery consists of Opti-LASIK treatment, the most advanced form of laser eye surgery. Compared to ordinary LASIK, Opti-LASIK treatment combines other advanced technologies to come up with a detailed examination of the eye so that each patient gets a customized treatment plan. Moreover, Ebsaar also offers PRK, LASEK and Epi-Lasik, each consisting of a common goal but varies in execution. LASEK is similar to both LASIK and PRK although alcohol is utilized for the purpose of re-adjusting the corneal tissue. PRK or Photorefractive Keratectomy is a good alternative for those who do not qualify for LASIK treatment or those who have thinner corneas. Epi-Lasik is considered to be the combination of LASIK and LASEK.
Given the sensitive nature of the procedure and the technicalities involved, our team of dedicated and highly qualified doctors will identify the problem and assess you for suitability before deeming you safe to go into surgery. Your eye doctor will determine the best option for you following a series of routine tests. However, pregnant or nursing women are highly discouraged to undergo the procedure as hormonal fluctuations can change the shape of the eye, not to mention the stresses of the surgery in itself.
The discovery of the laser for use in surgery can be traced back to the 1970âs with developments brought about for ophthalmology in the 1980âs, but its official use was not approved until around 1995. From the first LASIK surgery in 1991 in US clinical trials, the treatment has now been widely recognized as a successful method in correcting eye issues with refraction which plays a major role in how our eyes function.
Through the years, much safer and faster options are now available, and at Ebsaar, we can discuss your options with you. Bladeless technology can now ensure a less invasive procedure and one that you as the patient would be more comfortable with. Depending on your requirement, the corneal tissue can be flattened or steeped or in some cases eradicated altogether to make way for better vision.