Dr Nishant Singh Top Optometrist in Varanasi - lasik surgery in varanasi



The term “LASIK” refers to laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis, which involves reshaping your cornea so that you can see properly without the use of glasses or contact lenses. A little treatment called LASIK has the power to alter both your life and your vision.

Only someone who wears glasses would understand what it’s like to see things clearly from the moment you wake up until you go to bed without having to go for their glasses or contact lenses. Any person who wears glasses would opt to remove them if they could have one wish. This is a desire that our LASIK expert at Iris Eye Care will help you realise.


Treatment for LASIK is done under the supervision of qualified and experienced eye care specialists at our hospital with complete safety and proper procedures.

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We have been doing LASIK surgery in varanasi since the beginning. In terms of the top instruments in the industry, we have the most recent technology. A stringent preoperative examination routine enables us to identify patients who are not good candidates for LASIK and prevent problems. We have a 100% completion rate in terms of perfect safety and a 0% infection rate just after LASIK surgery.

We have a highly dedicated team of best lasik surgeons in varanasi center where our first priority is the safety of our patients. As a result, our patients would only receive a brand-new microkeratome. No surgical supplies are recycled after use.

Note : If you have any concerns related with LASIK Surgery , you can consult with the top eye doctor in Varanasi, Dr. Nishat Singh (Gold Medalist) at Iris Eye Care Varanasi.


Refractive surgery is an alternative for those with refractive errors who do plan to wear glasses and contact lenses. The goal of refractive surgery is to eliminate the need for glasses. This is accomplished by the use of procedures like LASIK (Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis), PRK, or ICL LASIK. In order to rectify the refractive error, the cornea is reshaped throughout the operation. With a blade (microkeratome) or without a blade, the corneal flap is raised (femtosecond). After the flap is lifted, the cornea is reformed with the “Eximer Laser.” Using the same laser, PRK (photorefractive keratectomy) is carried out. A lens is placed atop the natural crystalline lens in an ICL (Implantable Collamer Lens).

LASIK is not for everyone. to determine its suitability Patients must first undergo a series of tests to determine their suitability for LASIK, which is only performed on those with myopia up to -10 dioptres, hyperopia up to 6 dioptres, and astigmatism up to 4 dioptres. However, other factors than the refractive defect also determine a person’s candidacy for LASIK. The cornea is thoroughly examined under a slit lamp to rule out any clinical indications of keratoconus, corneal scarring, or infiltrates. For LASIK, the cornea must have a pachymetry of greater than 490 microns. In order to rule out any evidence of subclinical keratoconus, a corneal topography is performed. Patients cannot be treated if any of the aforementioned requirements are not met.

Yes, we can do PRK in thin corneal instances with mild to moderate refractive defects.

Yes, there is now a procedure called ICL available for people who are not good candidates for LASIK or PRK. In this surgery, an intraocular lens is positioned over the natural crystalline lens of the eye. It simply refers to inserting a permanent contact lens into an eye.

The goal of LASIK surgery is to eliminate the need for glasses. At the time of operation, we entered the goal refraction as zero into the machine. But occasionally, especially in situations with greater refractive error that may be rectified without glasses, there may remain a residual error of 0.25 to 0.5 D.

The patient should give up using contact lenses for at least a week before having LASIK. In order to avoid any refractive surprises following the operation, this will enable accurate refraction, topography, and pachymetry. Preferably, the patient should have a hair bath the night before the actual procedure (patients will be recommended to avoid hair baths for 14 days after the surgery). Patients should refrain from using any perfume, deodorant, or eye makeup the day of the procedure. Patients will be given a prescription for dark glasses to wear for a few days following surgery.

Additionally, the patient will receive a few drops that must be sustained for a month following the procedure. In two days, the patient can return to their regular activities.

After two days, one can resume their regular activities.

LASIK is a generally risk-free procedure. Patients may notice glare and haloes in the initial stages of recovery. But these will be gone in a month.

We provide almost all kinds of eye care surgeries by the top-leading eye surgeons in our hospital, which are listed below:


Hospital’s Name: Iris Eye Care Hospital Varanasi
Address: Sigra – Mahmoorganj Rd, Opposite Park No 1, Sant Raghuvar Nagar, Sigra, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh 221010
Contact Number:+91-9557840121; +91-8299611744
Email Id: iriseyecare2022@gmail.com
Working Days & Hours: Mon – Sun 10:00AM – 04.00PM; Fri-Closed