5 Things That You Should Know About LASIK Eye Surgery In Pakistan

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LASIK is the most common laser eye procedure performed around the world. Almost 8 out of 10 people who undergo surgery no longer need to use their glasses or contact lenses for most of their activities.

LASIK eye surgery in Pakistan is performed by well-qualified surgeons and is carried out successfully in the majority of the cases. It is the best option for you to consider if you want to get rid of contact lenses or glasses. In this article, we’ll take a look at the five important things that you should know about LASIK eye surgery in Pakistan.

What is LASIK Eye Surgery?

LASIK is performed to correct the vision in people who are nearsighted, farsighted, or have astigmatism. In LASIK, a special type of cutting laser is used by the surgeon to precisely change the shape of your cornea — the dome-shaped transparent tissue at the front of your eye — to improve vision. LASIK surgery gives improved vision and you don’t need to use eyeglasses or contact lenses anymore and the vision usually improves and stabilizes in a few days after the procedure.

Best doctors for LASIK Eye Surgery in Pakistan:

Prof. Dr. Aurangzeb Shaikh:

Prof. Dr. Aurangzeb Shaikh has more than 13 years of teaching and training experience. He is one of the best eye surgeons in Karachi. Dr. Aurangzeb performs LASIK Eye Surgery to put your glasses off, glaucoma diagnosis and treatment, diabetic eye diseases, pediatric ophthalmology, refraction, and cataract surgery.

Pro. Huma Kayani:

Prof. Dr. Huma Kayani is regarded as one of the best and most senior eye surgeons in Lahore. She is highly qualified and one of the most reputable eye surgeons practicing at Dr. Huma Kayani Clinic, Lahore. She is a specialist in performing LASIK eye surgery and you can easily get an online appointment with Prof. Dr. Huma Kayani through Marham. Call at 042-32591427 to confirm her timings or book an appointment.

Dr. Usman Imtiaz:

Dr. Usman Imtiaz is one of the best eye surgeons in Lahore practicing at Chugtai Medical Center, Lahore. He is regarded very highly in performing this surgery. You can easily book an online appointment with Dr. Usman Imtiaz through Marham. You can call at 0311-1222398 to confirm his timings or book an appointment.

Dr. Nabeel Iqbal:

Dr. Nabeel Iqbal is a consultant eye surgeon practicing at Hameed Latif Hospital, Lahore. He is specialized in performing LASIK eye surgery. He did MBBS from Baqai Medical University Karachi, FCPS from College of Physician and Surgeon, MRCS from Royal College of Surgeons, UK and has an experience of 6 years in his field. To book appointment with Dr. Nabeel Iqbal, call at Marham helpline: 0311-1222398 and schedule your appointment.

LASIK Eye Surgery cost in Pakistan:

The cost of LASIK eye surgery varies depending upon the surgeon, materials used and the hospital expenditure/equipment. LASIK Eye Surgery cost in Pakistan ranges from PKR 50,000 – 150,000.

FAQs about LASIK Eye Surgery:

Q: Is Lasik surgery painful?
A: LASIK eye surgery does not hurt during or after the procedure. However, you may feel some pressure on your eyes.

Q: Can Lasik make you go blind?
A: There has never been a case of blindness as a result of LASIK eye surgery complications. The risk of going blind from a LASIK complication is equal to the risk of blindness from wearing contacts.

Q: How long does it take for the vision to stabilize after Lasik?
A: The vision stabilizes very quickly after the LASIK surgery and reportedly within a few days.

LASIK Eye Surgery success rate:

In general, the success rate of LASIK is exceptionally high and is reported to be 96%. The quality of vision and patient satisfaction determines success here.

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Fahad Salman
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