Lasik Eye Surgery doctors in Delhi, 179 Results

Vision Eye Centre

Patel Nagar West, Delhi


Next available - Tuesday 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Vision Eye Centre

Sadiq Nagar, Delhi


Next available - Monday 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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Dr. A K Grover

44 years of experience

MBBS, MD - Ophthalmology, Membership of the National Academy in General Medicine (MNAMS - General Medicine)

  • Recently awarded Padmashree by the government of India.
  • Appointed Chairman, Sub Speciality Education Committee, International Council of Ophthalmology.
  • Elected President, Asia Pacific Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Singapore.
  • President, All India Ophthalmological Society.
  • Member of All India Ophthalmological Society.
Acuvision Eye Centre

Sarita Vihar, Delhi


Next available - Monday 5pm - 7:15pm 9am - 2pm

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Dr. Sunita Gur

25 years of experience

MBBS, MS - Ophthalmology

  • Best Doctor Award at Venu Eye Institute.
  • Former Fellow IACLE.
  • Co-authored Book for Practitioners "Guidelines for Developing Low Vision Services in India".
  • Research Work Published in Multiple International Conferences viz the UK, Canada, Australia, Argentina.
  • Member of All India Ophthalmological Society.
Kesar Hospital

Shalimar Bagh, Delhi


Next available - Monday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Aktivhealth Lajpat Nagar

Lajpat Nagar, Delhi


Next available - Monday 9:30 am - 5:00 pm

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Dr. Poonam Gupta

25 years of experience

MS - Ophthalmology, DNB - Ophthalmology

  • Member of Delhi Medical Council.
  • Known for her exceptional Lasik eye surgery.
Shroff Eye Centre

Connaught Place, Delhi


Next available - Monday 11:30 am - 3:00 pm

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Shroff Eye Centre

Kailash Colony, Delhi


Next available - Tuesday 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

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Dr. Dariel Mathur

26 years of experience

MBBS, DO, MS - Ophthalmology

  • Indian Medical Association (IMA).
  • Fellowship in Diseases of the Cornea.

Dr. Satinder Mann

25 years of experience

MBBS, MS - Ophthalmology, DNB

  • Member of Delhi Ophthalmological Society.
  • Member of MAMS, GOS and AIDS.

Malviya Nagar, Delhi


Next available - Monday 6pm - 8pm

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Dr. Deepali Mathur

20 years of experience

MBBS, MS - Ophthalmology, DNB - Ophthalmology, MNAMS - Ophthalmology, Senior Resident

  • Mohan Lal Nayyar Award for Best Senior Resident of MAMC.
  • Best Performance Certificate for M.S. Ophthalmology Examination, 1999.
  • Awarded Best Performance certificate for MS Ophthalmology examination.
  • Member of All India Ophthalmological Society.
  • Member of Squint And Pediatric Ophthalmology Society Of India.
Visitech Eye Centre, Jasola

Jasola, Delhi


Next available - Tuesday 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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Visitech Eye Centre

South Extension 2, Delhi


Next available - Wednesday 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

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Dr. Amrita Kapoor

25 years of experience

MBBS, MD - Ophthalmology, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh

  • Awarded Best Senior Research Associate, AIIMS.
  • Member of All India Ophthalmological Society.
  • Strabismus and Pediatric Ophthalmology Society of India.
Agrawal Eye Institute

Malviya Nagar, Delhi


Next available - Tuesday 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Dr. Shishir Agrawal

25 years of experience

  • Bestowed Diplomate of National Board, New Delhi.
  • Member of American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO).
Drishti Cone Eye Care

Shalimar Bagh, Delhi


Next available - Monday 10am - 12pm 5pm - 8pm

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Dr. Rajat Jain

12 years of experience

MBBS, MS - Ophthalmology, FICO (UK), FLVPI

Corneal Transplantation


Lasik Eye Surgery

Visual Field Test

Stem Cell Transplantation

2 more Services
Delhi Eye Care Center

Keshav Puram, Delhi


Next available - Monday 5pm - 8pm 10am - 1pm

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Dr. Jaideep Dhama

12 years of experience


Orbital Surgery


Lasik Eye Surgery

Oculoplastic Surgery

Eye Muscle Surgery

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LASIK surgery in Delhi:

One of the common questions asked during Lasik eye surgery is can adjustments be made after years of Laser eye surgery to rectify the vision further? Answer to it is yes; adjustments are possible and can be made years after also after the surgery. However, it may raise many more critical questions as well. Next question comes is, are these effects temporary? Can this process make your eyesight even worse? What are the chances if anybody needs the adjustment? Well you all might probably be aware about laser eye surgery another medical term for Lasik eye surgery.

Complications are present in any of the surgery. In past years say 1990 the people suffering from eye disorder was not more than 5%, but the surgery was full of complications. Whereas, in 2008 the number increased to 12 million for Lasik surgeries. Now a day number has still gone down and it has decreased to less than 1%, with little or no complications due to advanced technology used.

Lasik is a form of eye surgery that permanently changes the shape of cornea (covering formed on the front of eye). The  lasik surgery in India is done to improve the vision in order that people has to lean less towards glasses or contact lenses. Whereas, following image is the proof that how many of them are dependent on optical glasses.

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For a vision to be clear, your eye’s cornea and lens must refract the light rays in a proper order. This helps and allows your eye to recognize and distinguish between object and the images. The images focus on retina; if it does not work so, then image which you see may get blur. This blurriness in the vision is termed as “refractive error?, which is commonly caused by difference in between the curvature and the length of the image.

Lasik uses an ultraviolet laser to get rid of small amount of cornea tissue. This gives cornea a new shape so that light rays are focused mainly on the retina. Lasik helps cornea to be thinner. It is an outpatient surgical procedure which hardly takes 10 – 15 minutes to perform for an individual eye. Anaesthesia is used in the form of eye drop that numbs the eye surface. Lasik is a procedure which can be done on more than one eye at a same time.

The procedure starts with creating a flap of cornea tissue. This flap is peeled off so that the excimer laser can reshape the cornea tissue underneath. In ancient times, when Lasik was done, it happened with the help of a special knife that was used to cut the flap. In today’s generation more different types of lasers (femtosecond) are used to create the flap of cornea. Once reshaping is done, doctor replaces and protects the flap, and here no stitches are needed. Moreover, cornea will naturally keep the flap in hold.

Why is this procedure performed?

The procedure is mostly done on people who are addicted to or use to contact lenses or glasses because of myopia.

  • To undergo Lasik surgery you need to be 18 year old, in some cases the age totally depends upon the laser used. Question arises why? It is because vision may change in people younger than 21.
  • You are not recommended to go for this procedure if you are pregnant or breast feeding because it may affect the conditions of your eyes.
  • You should not go for this procedure if you are prescribed with certain medicines such as Accutane, Cardarone, Imitrex, or oral prednisone
  • You must have healthy eyes. If your deal with near sightedness, then you should postpone your plan for Lasik, until your condition becomes stable
  • You must be in good general health. Lasik is not recommended to people with diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, glaucoma.

Many times it is used to correct farsightedness. It is also helpful in preventing astigmatism. Whereas, FDA and American Academy of Ophthalmology has given following guidelines for the candidates of Lasik:

  • Must be ABOVE 18 years old.
  • Must have healthy eyes.
  • Must have STABLE VISION for at least 12 months.
  • NOT BE PREGNANT or breast feeding.
  • Must not have a DISEASE OR TAKE MEDICINES that impede healing.
  • Must not have other RISK FACTORS.

What are the risks associated with it?

If the condition is over or under corrected, a small number of people may need to go for another surgery.
Sometimes you need to wear contact lenses or glasses. Moreover, the risks associated with it are as follows:

  • Infection in cornea
  • Problem with shape of cornea where it becomes impossible for you to wear contact lenses
  • low contrast sensitivity, object may still appear blur and fuzzy
  • dry eyes
  • sensitivity to light
  • problems in driving at night
  • Reduce vision
  • Scratchiness
  • Red or pink patches in eye but it is usually temporary


  • Most of the people recover fast after their surgery whereas, many of them take a long time of 3 – 6months
  • In that case most of them another surgery for the best results to come out. There are chances that the second surgery may improve your far sightedness but it may not relieve you from other symptoms such as glare, haloes or night driving problems
  • Whenever the older method is used, these are some of the common complaint followed in Lasik surgery. Whereas these complaints are vanished within the period of 6 months in most of the cases
  • However less number of people still has the problem with glare. It is also said that if you are operated to remove your distance vision, there is still the need of glasses at an age of 45 for reading
  • Lasik is a common practice which is performed in US since 1996. People there seem to have stable and long lasting improvement in vision.
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