Frequently Asked LASIK Surgery Questions
What happens during LASIK surgery?
Can LASIK surgery help me?
What are my refractive surgery options?
What LASIK technology do you use?
How experienced is Dr. Khanna?
What risks are involved with LASIK vision correction?
Is LASIK surgery painful?
How quick is recovery time for LASIK?
Will I have 20/20 vision following LASIK surgery?
Is LASIK vision correction permanent?
How do you put your LASIK patients at ease?
During the LASIK procedure at his Los Angeles practice, Dr. Khanna first administers numbing eye drops. Dr. Khanna first uses a special microkeratome to create a corneal flap. Using the detailed Wavefront map of your eye, Dr. Khanna uses the precise excimer laser to reshape your corneas depending on your need for correction. In just minutes, your vision is improved and on its way to correction!
Before Dr. Khanna can clear you for LASIK surgery, you need to come in for a thorough eye examination. Dr. Khanna will take into account all of your personal characteristics including overall eye health and let you know if LASIK has a great chance of correcting your vision.
LASIK is the most common procedure we perform, but you may benefit from another refractive procedure depending on your refraction and eye health. We offer Custom LASIK , EPILASIK ,Monovision , CK , PRK , RK , and Crystalens Accommodating Lens.
We offer the VISX S4 laser for extreme precision and accuracy. Dr. Khanna uses a customized microkeratome for the first step in LASIK.
Dr. Rajesh Khanna is recognized as one of the top LASIK and refractive vision care specialists in Los Angeles and the country. Dr. Khanna has been fellowship trained, thereby successfully performing thousands of eye surgeries. As a current member of the UCLA faculty, Dr. Khanna is sharing his skill and expertise to instruct of a whole new generation of eye surgeons on the safest and most effective technologies and procedures.
The LASIK surgery carries no more risk than many other common or routine surgeries. With the amazing technology of the VISX laser, Intralase laser, risk of infection, glare, halos or diminished night vision is significantly reduced. Dr. Khanna will be able to give you specific risk information during your free consultation or thorough eye examination.
In Dr. Khanna’s hands the LASIK surgery is not a painful procedure. Some patients may experience mild, temporary discomfort that subsides quickly.
LASIK patients are usually able to use their new vision immediately, but Dr. Khanna recommends you take a long nap following surgery to let your eyes rest. Some people choose to relax the next day, but many are back to work the next day!
Many of our LASIK patients are extremely happy with 20/20 vision or better following their procedure! After careful examination of your eye health, Dr. Khanna will be able to let you know what results you can expect. With the assurance of Dr. Khanna’s extensive experience and predictability of the excimer laser, your chances of achieving clear, natural vision are superior!
The LASIK vision correction procedure is designed to be permanent, although the procedure won’t curtail the effects of aging on the eyes.
We believe in striving to achieve each patient’s trust. We do this by creating a Comfort Zone before, during and after surgery. Our staff will gladly show you around location serving Beverly Hills and surrounding Los Angeles areas. You will personally meet our LASIK surgeon and surgical staff.
Dr. Khanna and his surgical assistants will explain what’s being done during the LASIK procedure. If needed he will further help you relax with breathing exercises.
Schedule your free Los Angeles LASIK screening with the Beverly Hills laser eye surgery experts at Khanna Institute of LASIK.