LASIK Surgery in All Sectors
LASIK surgery is a popular and effective procedure that can improve the vision of many people. It is available in all sectors of society, and is a safe and affordable option for those who are looking to improve their vision. There are several types of LASIK surgery, each with its own benefits and drawbacks. The most common type of LASIK surgery is laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK). This procedure uses a laser to cut the cornea, then removes the flap of tissue that was cut. Another type of LASIK surgery is laser resurfacing.
In this procedure, the surgeon uses an ultrasound device to melt away the surface layer of the eye’s cornea. This allows new, corrective lenses to be implanted into the eye. LASIK surgery is also available as a standalone procedure or as part of a multiple-step process. A standalone LASIK procedure usually takes less time than a multiple-step process, but it may require more visits to the clinic. A multiple-step process usually takes longer but may result in better vision. If you are considering lasik surgery in any of the sectors in Gurgaon, please consult with a qualified doctor who can provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision.
Why LASIK Surgery from EyeMantra?
Restore Clear Vision
Bladeless & Painless
Insurance & EMI Options
10,000+ successful surgeries
Latest TransPRK technology
Starts at Rs. 10,000
Which conditions can LASIK treat?
Myopia [Near Sightedness]
Hyperopia [Far Sightedness]
LASIK Surgery Options
There are many types of LASIK surgery, each with its own benefits and drawbacks.
- Standard LASIK is the most common type of LASIK, and it uses a standard laser to create a smooth, clear surface in your eye.
- Femto LASIK uses a smaller laser than standard LASIK, and it can create a smoother, more accurate result.
- Contoura Vision uses an advanced technology that helps the surgeon see exactly where the laser is going to cut into your eyeball, which can give you a much more precise result.
- EPI Lasik uses a couple of tiny lasers to create a smooth surface in your eye instead of just one big laser.
- SMILE is a newer type of LASIK that uses a low-power laser to destroy the epithelium – or layer of skin – beneath your lens without causing any pain or damage.
- PRK (Pulsed Radiofrequency) is another older type of surgery that uses microwaves to heat up the cornea so that the flap can be removed easily.
- ICL (Implantable Contact Lens) is a newer type of surgery that replaces your current eyeglasses with an implantable device that collects visual information from your eyes and sends it to an external device.
LASIK Surgery Benefits
The most common benefit of LASIK surgery is that it can improve your vision. The surgery alters the cornea, the front surface of your eye, to make it thinner and more precise, allowing you to see better without glasses or contact lenses.
Another benefit is that LASIK can reduce your dependence on eyeglasses or contacts. After a LASIK procedure, most people only need to wear glasses for reading or close up work. And because your eyes are now corrected to their ideal conditions, you won’t experience any discomfort when wearing them for extended periods of time.
Finally, many people find that LASIK gives them a more youthful appearance since their eyes look less tired and older after the surgery.
LASIK Surgery Cost in All Sectors
|Risks (Dislocation / flap tearing)
|Suitability (High power / thin cornea)
|Standard LASIK In All Sectors
|Basic standard surgery for specs removal
|C LASIK In All Sectors
|Customized to cornea
|Contoura In All Sectors
|Corneal polishing and aberration removal for super vision.
|TransPRK In All Sectors
|One step procedure: Bladeless, Flapless, Touchless, Safest
|Femto LASIK In All Sectors
|Laser used to create flap
|ICL Surgery In All Sectors
|Eye lens replaced with a new lens (Visian Staar or IPCL lens)
|Smart Surf LASIK In All Sectors
|5D Eye tracking with aberration removal | Max tissue saving
|SMILE In All Sectors
|Laser used to extract eye tissue for vision correction
Top LASIK Surgery Doctors in All Sectors
10,000+ Successful LASIK Surgeries Performed
“I recently underwent Lasik surgery from EyeMantra in Gurgaon and I am so grateful for the wonderful experience. The doctors were extremely knowledgeable, kind and professional; they took time to explain the procedure in detail and answered all my questions. The staff was also very caring, providing me with respect and understanding throughout the entire process. The surgical theatre was clean and modern, and the post-operative care was outstanding. I am now able to see without glasses or contact lenses – a dream come true! I can’t thank EyeMantra enough for helping me achieve this milestone in my life. The results of my Lasik surgery have been truly remarkable and I would highly recommend them to anyone considering the procedure. Thank you, EyeMantra!“
– Pooja Mehta
Frequently Asked Questions
If you’re searching for a viable vision correction solution to eradicate, or diminish your need of glasses or contact lenses, then LASIK surgery is ideal. An excimer laser gently remoulds the cornea with computer-controlled precision to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. Have a glimpse at our Lasik Surgery locations in India today!
If you’re looking to get LASIK surgery in All Sectors, Eye Mantra offers an unprecedented starting cost of just Rs 15,000/- per eye! For more advanced procedures like PRK, Bladeless, SmartSurf and Smile the rate may rise up to a still-affordable Rs. 50 000/eye. Furthermore if you have health insurance coverage opt for Lasik under that plan as well; even better: our EMI options start from only Rs 500/ month!
The duration of LASIK surgery for each eye usually falls within the 15-20 minute range and depends on your particular vision problem.
While LASIK is a safe and US FDA approved procedure, similar to any other surgical intervention, there is an infinitesimal chance of complications occurring
Absolutely not! LASIK surgery is practically painless—in fact, over 95% of patients from All Sectors have reported no discomfort post-surgery.