Anand Eye Hospital

Lasik, SMILE & ICL

For the patients of nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism, A.H.E.C provides Lasik & C-Lasik surgical procedures. The procedure is carried by an ophthalmology expert team in a painless process. We assure you get the best remedial, and treatment methods for eye problems. Further, the post surgical support also ensures you feel safe, and secure throughout the procedure, and treatment.


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SMILE (small incision lenticule extraction) is a surgical procedure that works by reshaping your cornea. SMILE uses a femtosecond laser to cut a small incision in the cornea .This focuses light accurately on your retina, giving you sharp vision. SMILE is a relatively new & advance alternative to regular LASIK procedure.
Unlike SMILE, LASIK is a two-step process. It uses two lasers to reshape the eye. First, an excimer laser is used to create a tiny hole. Then, a femtosecond laser cuts into the eye to reshape it. SMILE is a less invasive procedure than LASIK, therefor lowering risk of complications.

An implantable collamer lens (ICL) is an artificial lens that’s permanently implanted in the eye to correct refractive errors isuues  . ICL lens being  use to treat:

Implanting an ICL requires surgery. A surgeon places the lens between the eye’s natural lens and colored iris. The lens works the eye’s existing lens to bend (refract) light on the retina, which produces clearer vision.

The ICL is made of plastic and a collagen called collamer. It’s a type of phakic introcular lens. “Phakic” refers to how the lens is placed in the eye without taking out the natural lens.

Though ICL surgery isn’t necessary to correct vision problems, it can eliminate or reduce the need for glasses or contact lenses.

It’s also a possible alternative for people who can’t get laser eye surgery. But like most procedures, ICL surgery isn’t for everyone.