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Discover the Revolutionary CTAK Procedure

The future of refractive surgery is here, and it’s called CTAK. This revolutionary procedure is poised to transform the way we approach vision correction, offering patients a safer, more effective alternative to traditional laser eye surgery. At the forefront of this innovation is the Khanna Vision Institute, a renowned center for ophthalmic excellence. Our CTAK (Corneal Transplant Assisted Keratoplasty) technique are redefining the boundaries of what’s possible in the world of refractive surgery.

CTAK Procedure

Unlike conventional laser eye surgery, which relies on the removal of corneal tissue, and CTAK procedure work by strategically reshaping the cornea without the need for tissue removal. This not only reduces the risk of complications but also allows for a faster and more comfortable recovery process for patients. The results speak for themselves. Patients who have undergone these cutting-edge procedures have reported remarkable improvements in their vision, with many achieving 20/20 or better eyesight. And with the Khanna Vision Institute’s commitment to staying at the forefront of ophthalmic innovation, the future of refractive surgery has never looked brighter. If you’re considering vision correction, it’s time to explore the transformative power of CTAK. Discover how these procedures can help you achieve the clear, confident vision you deserve.

CTAK Results

How CTAK Outperforms Traditional LASIK and PRK

When it comes to vision correction, CTAK outperforms traditional LASIK and PRK in numerous ways. This advanced procedure offers multiple benefits that make it the clear choice for those seeking a safer, more effective, and longer-lasting solution to their refractive errors. Unlike LASIK, which relies on a laser to reshape the cornea, CTAK utilizes a revolutionary technique that gently reshapes the eye’s internal structure. This results in a more stable and predictable outcome, with a lower risk of complications and a faster recovery time.

Moreover, CTAK surpasses PRK in its ability to provide superior visual acuity and a more comfortable post-operative experience. The minimally invasive nature of the procedure minimizes discomfort and reduces the likelihood of hazy or blurred vision, which can be a common side effect of traditional surface ablation procedures. Patients who choose CTAK can also enjoy the long-term benefits of this advanced technology.

Achieve 20/20 Vision and Beyond with Khanna Vision Institute

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If you’re seeking a path to clear, confident vision, the Khanna Vision Institute should be your trusted guide. Led by renowned CTAK expert Dr. Khanna, this institute has established an unparalleled reputation for delivering life-changing results. The CTAK procedures performed at Khanna Vision Institute boast industry-leading success rates, restoring sharp, natural sight to patients from all walks of life. Backed by decades of experience and a commitment to innovation, Dr. Khanna and his team utilize the latest advancements to ensure each procedure is tailored to the individual’s needs.

Glowing reviews from satisfied patients speak volumes about the Khanna Vision Institute difference. Clients report not just 20/20 vision, but an unmatched clarity and confidence that enhances every aspect of their lives. When you choose Khanna Vision Institute, you’re investing in a future free from the constraints of refractive errors. Take the first step towards visual freedom. Contact the Khanna Vision Institute today and discover how they can help you achieve 20/20 vision and beyond.

CTAK (Cross-Linking, Topography-Guided PRK, and Keratoplasty)


 CTAK is a comprehensive treatment protocol designed for advanced keratoconus cases, combining three different procedures to address both structural and refractive issues.

CTAK Procedure


  1. Corneal Cross-Linking (CXL):

Goal: Strengthen the cornea to halt the progression of keratoconus.

Method: Riboflavin (vitamin B2) drops are applied to the cornea, followed by exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light, which activates the riboflavin and creates new collagen cross-links.

  1. Topography-Guided Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK):

Goal: Reshape the cornea to improve vision.

Method: The outer epithelial layer of the cornea is removed, and a laser is used to precisely reshape the cornea based on topographic maps.

  1. Keratoplasty (Corneal Transplant):

Goal: Replace severely damaged or irregular corneal tissue.

Method: Depending on the extent of the keratoconus, either a partial (lamellar) or full-thickness (penetrating) corneal transplant is performed.


Comprehensive Solution: By combining structural reinforcement (CXL), precise reshaping (PRK), and tissue replacement (keratoplasty), CTAK offers a holistic treatment for advanced keratoconus.

Significant Vision Improvement: The combination of these techniques can dramatically enhance visual acuity and quality of life.

Long-Term Stability: The corneal cross-linking component ensures long-term stabilization of the cornea, reducing the risk of further progression.

Why Choose Khanna Vision Institute for Your CTAK Surgery

The Khanna Vision Institute is the premier destination for CTAK surgery. With unparalleled expertise, state-of-the-art facilities, and an unwavering commitment to patient satisfaction, we are the clear choice for your vision correction needs.

Our team of highly skilled and experienced ophthalmologists are at the forefront of CTAK technology, having performed thousands of successful procedures. Their deep understanding of the latest techniques and attention to detail ensure optimal outcomes for every patient.

Patients consistently rave about the exceptional care they receive at the Khanna Vision Institute. From the moment you walk through our doors, you’ll be greeted with warmth and professionalism, and our staff will guide you through every step of the process with compassion and expertise.

When it comes to CTAK surgery, trust the proven leaders in the field – the Khanna Vision Institute. Schedule your consultation today and take the first step towards the clear, confident vision you deserve.