Lucknow News: In response to the substantial demand for laser eye surgery to eliminate the need for glasses, Central Command Hospital has established a Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis (LASIK) center within its ophthalmology department.
Department caters to approximately 8,000 patients, including 50 seeking laser surgery
Each month, the department caters to approximately 8,000 patients, including 50 seeking laser surgery. The LASIK center, valued at Rs 10 crore, was officially inaugurated by Lt Gen NS Raja Subramani, GOC-in-C, Central Command.
LASIK is a precise corneal reshaping procedure using a laser beam, allowing patients to achieve clear vision without glasses or contact lenses. This facility boasts cutting-edge Femtosecond LASIK technology, offering advanced refractive surgical solutions for a wide range of refractive errors and corneal diseases.