Dr Kiran Patchava has extensive experience in performing refractive surgeries, he worked as a Chief Medical Officer at Sankara eye hospitals, Guntur and also a medical director and chief surgeon for Vasan eye care hospitals in Hyderabad.
In his career, he operated more than 1,00,000+ surgeries (Cataract, Lasik, ICL’s Femto second Lasik) and is an expert in dealing with complicated surgeries. Get Best laser/ Lasik Surgery in Hyderabad
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I would like to share my experience at Dr Kiran’s eye hospital, KPHB, Hyderabad. I was suggested to see Dr Kiran, a specialist there in regards to my Lasik surgery in hyderabad. He and his team were very professional and warm. Dr.Kiran is one of the very few doctors I have met who is very warm, & made me feel comfortable during the surgery & also with the follow-ups. Anyone looking for a Lasik surgery, cataract or any eye concern, I would recommend him and the hospital. Thanks, team
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LASIK surgery is a surgical procedure that corrects a wide range of nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia) and astigmatism.
LASIK is the acronym for laser in situ keratomileusis. The name refers to the use of a laser to reshape the cornea without invading the adjacent cell layers. In situ is Latin for “in the natural or normal place”. Medically, in situ means “confined to the site of origin without invasion of neighbouring tissues”. Kerato is the Greek word for “cornea” and mileusis means “to shape”.
LASIK eye surgery can benefit a great number of people with myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia) and astigmatism.
There are a number of factors that doctors must evaluate before they can determine who is an eligible candidate for LASIK. Some doctors deem certain pre-existing conditions contraindications to the procedure and will not perform surgery if you possess them. Other conditions may complicate the laser eye surgery and increase your risk of developing a complication. Patients with these conditions need to consult their doctors in regards to eligibility and expectation levels. Learn more about eligibility.
Most surgeons agree that if you are comfortable wearing contact lenses and are not bothered by being dependent on them, you should carefully evaluate the risks and benefits of LASIK. Ultimately, it will depend on your needs and lifestyle.
Most studies show that the LASIK procedure poses minimal risks of complications. LASIK surgery is a surgical procedure done on a delicate part of the eye and therefore, complications can occur. Learn more about safety. For additional information, read our LASIK Information Booklet by downloading it here.
LASIK surgery improves the uncorrected vision—one’s visual capacity while not wearing corrective lenses—in most patients who have the procedure. At LASIK MD, over 96% of patients with low to moderate myopia achieve 20/20 vision or better after the initial laser procedure, which is the visual acuity similar to that with contact lenses. This number increases to over 99% when an enhancement procedure is included, if needed. However, there are no guarantees that you will have perfect vision. Patients with high myopia (more than -8D) and high hyperopia (more than +4D) should have realistic expectations. People who are most satisfied with the results of laser correction clearly understand the potential risks and complications and possess realistic expectations as to what their vision will be like after surgery.
The effects of the LASIK procedure are permanent. However, it is important to realize that a person’s eye can still change internally. That is why many vision correction surgeons recommend having the procedure done after the major eye changes have occurred in one’s life. For instance, LASIK eye surgery is not recommended on children because their eyes change a great deal and their vision would need to be fine-tuned in a few years. If the procedure is performed after the age of 18, the chance of long-term stable correction is more likely. Even the eyes of patients over the age of 18 can still change. Therefore, we recommend a good conversation with your eye surgeon so that they can review the changes you have undergone and, if applicable; they can help you make a decision in regards to whether or not you should wait until the changes have slowed down.