Laser Vision Correction Hospital Ahmedabad
SRG Eye Laser Vision Correction offers the assurance and quality that has continued to make SRG Eye one of Ahmedabad's best hospitals.
Our laser vision correction department's equipment is state-of-the-art, and the facilities are specially designed to make your vision correction procedure as safe, comfortable, and efficient as possible. Every single procedure is performed in a sterile and clean environment. Our friendly staffs, knowledgeable, are always available to answer questions or queries, offer support, and explain the procedure.
What is Laser Vision Correction?
Laser vision correction is a painless, short procedure that reshapes the cornea and eliminates or reduces the need for eyeglasses and contact lens to correct farsightedness, nearsightedness, and astigmatism.
From the very beginning, you will be cared for by an experienced and certified ophthalmologist for both your preoperative and postoperative visits. Your SRG Laser Vision Correction will include a pre-procedure visit and comprehensive examination, the main procedure itself, and complete follow-up care to ensure the best possible results you can achieve.
SRG Eye surgeons are among the most profoundly qualified experts to perform this fragile eye surgery, using state-of-the-art and technically advanced lasers to provide excellent results. We at SRG Eye Hospital offer various types of laser vision correction, including all-laser custom PRK, custom LASIK, and Intacs. Your SRG surgeon will discuss with you the best option suited to your lifestyle and most importantly, your eyes.
Your SRG ophthalmologist will discuss the potential risks with you before the procedure so that you may understand the process and that any queries or concerns you may have can be addressed.
- During this eye examination, the corneal thickness will be carefully measured with a device called a pachymeter. Sufficient corneal tissue remaining after the procedure is vital.
- A proper map of the corneal surface, known as topography, is performed to rule out any kinds of corneal problems which may lead to an unacceptable result with the surgery, such as keratoconus. The size of the pupils in dark and light will be carefully measured.
- Prior to the dilation of your pupils, the refractive error will be carefully checked, and again after the dilation, it will be reviewed. This helps us to make sure that the refractive error is stable. A thorough retinal examination and a glaucoma test are also performed at this visit.
- If you wear any kind of contact lenses (hard or soft), you will be requested to leave them out for a small period of time before the exam; this may vary among individual doctors. Contact lenses might distort the surface of your eye and interfere with the correct measurements being taken before the surgery. The cornea of your eye, and the corrective prescription, should also be stable.