Ophthalmology

Mohamed Ibrahim
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Recovery Tips

LASIK eye surgery is the best known and most commonly performed laser refractive surgery to correct vision problems. The total recovery time is 1 to 2 weeks. However, vision may fluctuate slightly over the next 2 months.

Avoid watching television or reading for the first few days.

You can get back to work after 1 week.

Avoid applying pressure on the eyes for 7 days.

Avoid dust, smoke, yard and garden work, and eye make-up.

Wear eye shields at night given by a surgeon for 1 week.

Driving is allowed after 4 to 5 days.

Avoid swimming or using a hot tub for 2 weeks after surgery.

While using the computer, take frequent breaks and lubricate your eyes with artificial tears.

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Mohamed Ibrahim
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Thinking about laser eye surgery? Watch our live stream and learn what the procedure involves.

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Mohamed Ibrahim
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His father, Dr. Joseph Dello Russo, helped turn Lasik eye surgery into the widespread procedure it is today. Now he explains a new technique and how it differs.

Mohamed Ibrahim
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Dr. Ankur Gupta of the Virginia Eye Institute discusses LASIK eye surgery as a method of correcting refractive errors. LASIK was first performed in Virginia on an FDA-approved laser by a VEI surgeon in 1996. Today, Virginia Eye Institute offers both conventional LASIK and custom LASIK with the bladeless IntraLase laser to precisely sculpt your cornea to correct refractive errors.

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Mohamed Ibrahim
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I filmed my lasik eye surgery because it looks neat

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Mohamed Ibrahim
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LASIK, or "laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis," is the most commonly performed laser eye surgery to treat myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. The goal of the treatment is to reshape the cornea to correct the refractive error of the eye.
The cornea is the transparent dome-shaped structure in front of the eye. The cornea refracts light and accounts for about two-thirds of the eye's total optical power. Altering the curvature of the cornea changes the way light rays enter the eye. As a result, the light rays can be focused properly onto the retina for clearer vision.
For nearsighted people, the laser is used to flatten the cornea. For farsighted people, the cornea is made steeper. For patients with astigmatism, the laser is used to smooth the irregularly-shaped cornea into a more regular shape.
The outer layer of the cornea - the epithelium – is capable of replacing itself within a few days after being damaged or removed. The deeper layer of the cornea – the stroma, on the contrary, is a permanent corneal tissue with very limited regenerative capacity. The stroma, if reshaped by a laser, will remain that way permanently.
In this procedure, a thin, circular "FLAP" is created in the surface of the cornea to gain access to the permanent corneal tissue. This can be done with a mechanical cutting tool called a microkeratome, OR, for a blade-free experience, by a femtosecond laser. An excimer laser is then used to remove some corneal tissue to reshape the cornea. Excimer laser uses cool ultraviolet light beams to vaporize microscopic amounts of tissue in a precise manner to accurately reshape the cornea. The excimer laser is computer-controlled and is programmed based on the patient’s refractive error. The flap is then laid back in place and is allowed to heal.
LASIK eye surgery is mostly painless and can be completed within minutes. Improved vision can usually be seen overnight.

PRK, or photorefractive keratectomy, was the first type of laser eye surgery for vision correction and is the predecessor to the popular LASIK procedure. In PRK, NO flap is created. Rather, the epithelial cells on the eye surface are simply removed. An excimer laser is then used to reshape the cornea just like it does in LASIK.
The vision correction outcomes of PRK surgery are comparable to those of LASIK, but the recovery period is longer. This is because the epithelium is completely removed in PRK and it takes a few days to regenerate. PRK patients also have more discomfort and haziness of vision in the first few days after the surgery. Improved vision also takes longer to achieve.
PRK does, however, offer certain advantages. Because PRK does not involve creation of a flap, which contains both epithelial and deeper stromal tissue, the entire thickness of the stroma is available for treatment. The treatment range is therefore higher. This is particularly useful for patients with high levels of myopia or for those whose cornea is too thin for LASIK. PRK is also free of flap-related complication risks.

Mohamed Ibrahim
3 Views · 4 months ago

Laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) eye surgery can correct or improve your sight by using a laser to change the shape of the cornea. Find out more here: https://www.bupa.co.uk/health-....information/eyes-sig and https://www.bupa.co.uk/health-....information/eyes-sig/laser-eye-surgery

The content is intended for general information only and does not replace the need for personal advice from a qualified health professional.

Mohamed Ibrahim
1 Views · 4 months ago

Let SightMD walk you through an entire LASIK procedure.

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Mohamed Ibrahim
1 Views · 4 months ago

This video shows Prof Dan Reinstein, MD MA(Cantab) FRCSC DABO FRCOphth FEBO performing a ReLEx SMILE keyhole LASIK procedure using the latest surgical instrument that he helped to develop (Malosa MMSU1297 - Reinstein Lenticule Separator: http://www.malosa.com/en/reinstein-le...). This instrument enables the procedure to be performed with one instrument, through one 2mm incision, using only one sweep per plane, and taking about 30 seconds to separate and withdraw the lenticule, improving day 1 uncorrected vision over other lenticule extraction techniques that require more corneal manipulation.

Mohamed Ibrahim
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One man is speaking out about the potential risks of laser eye surgery, after he says the procedure left his vision permanently impaired.

Mohamed Ibrahim
2 Views · 4 months ago

LASIK eye surgery is commonly performed laser refractive surgery to correct vision problems. This 3d animation shows how laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis (lasik) can be an alternative to glasses or contact lenses.

It’s one of many vision correction surgeries that work by reshaping your cornea, the clear front part of your eye, so that light focuses on the retina in the back of your eye.

In eyes with normal vision, the cornea bends (refracts) light precisely onto the retina at the back of the eye. But with nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia) or astigmatism, the light is bent incorrectly, resulting in blurred vision.

During LASIK surgery, a special type of cutting laser is used to precisely change the shape of the dome-shaped clear tissue at the front of your eyes (cornea) to improve vision.

Glasses or contact lenses can correct vision, but reshaping the cornea itself also will provide the necessary refraction.

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Mohamed Ibrahim
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#lasik #eyesurgery #BusinessInsiderIndia #lasereyesurgery

Business Insider's Michelle Yan has been nearsighted since she was 9 years old. After laser eye surgery, she has 20/20. She walks us through the pre-surgery steps, the actual surgery which the doctor referred to as a spa for eyes, as well as the recovery process.

Don't miss the suggestions and recommendations she has for all those who are planning to undergo laser eye surgery for themselves, towards the end.

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What It's Like To Get Laser Eye Surgery

Mohamed Ibrahim
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Contact us to find out more http://www.londonvisionclinic.com/contact-us/ A video of an actual lasik eye surgery procedure taking place, using VisuMax and MEL 80 at the London Vision Clinic.

Visit http://www.londonvisionclinic.....com/are-you-suitable to find out more about the laser eye surgery process.

Mohamed Ibrahim
1 Views · 4 months ago

LASIK eye surgery has been popular for more than 20 years, with an estimated 20 million Americans undergoing the procedure to correct nearsightedness and improve distance vision. But some patients says the surgery has ruined their eyesight. Now an expert who once backed LASIK is campaigning to get it off the market. Dr. Tara Narula reports.

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Business Insider's Michelle Yan has been nearsighted since she was 9 years old. After laser eye surgery, she has 20/20. She walks us through the pre-surgery steps, the actual surgery, as well as the recovery process.

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What It's Like To Get Laser Eye Surgery

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Parasitic Worm removed from Man's EYE

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Symptoms of Acute Angle-Closure Glaucoma Hazy or blurred vision. The appearance of rainbow-colored circles around bright lights. Severe eye and head pain. Nausea or vomiting (accompanying severe eye pain) Sudden sight loss.




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