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The Home of Next Gen Lasik Surgery

Wednesday, June 13, 2018 11:45
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Ever since the procedure was introduced in the United States, millions of Americans have had Lasik eye surgery to correct their eyesight. Over the years the procedure has seen numerous changes from the days of Jacques Daviel, who first performed the surgery.

There are still many who harbor reservations on the side-effects of the surgery. While generally regarded as safe, Lasik, like any other surgery, comes with its own set of risks.

One man, however, is on a mission to make Lasik eye surgery safer than ever. Dr. Michael Mazaheri’s path-breaking research in no-cut/no-flap Lasik surgery (patent pending) has made him a known name in this field of medicine.

A usual flap surgery often runs the risks of complications arising from an unhealed flap. “Lasik, or intralasik, involves a flap-making procedure which involves removing the flap and placing the laser to correct the prescription.

In the flapless version we do not cut, but remove the epithelium and reach the cornea at a far less superficial layer. This leaves much more cornea tissue available for the patient.” Says Dr. Mazahari.

A true blue leader in his field, Dr. Mazahari put his words where his mouth is and even had the surgery performed on himself. “30 seconds is all it took for me to go from 20/400 vision to a perfect 20/20 eyesight. I have always maintained procedure is painless, but when I had it done to myself I realized it is even easier than putting in a contact.” Dr. Mazahari says with a smile.  

Trained in Lasik at the Johns Hopkins Medical School, Dr. Mazahari has always espoused the philosophy of paying personal attention to all his patients. He says, “The procedure requires absolutely precise measurements. It is for this reasons that M Lasik does not leave the measurements in the hands of a technician. Pure precision is a doctor’s job and it is a doctor who does it.”

The fact that the procedure involves no cutting makes it a procedure of choice among many. Be it other doctors, airline pilots, or even military staff, the flapless procedure has been in high demand across the board.

The advanced lasers make the job a lot easier than the PRK procedure of a decade ago. While the negatives of this procedure are a longer healing period, and some blurriness, this FDA approved procedure is definitely the next generation in Lasik eye surgery.


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