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5 out of 5 stars Laser Eye Surgery
Was wearing glasses since i was 18 (im 26 now) and notice that my vision was getting worse so decided to get laser done. I was very nervous about the procedure since it is my eyes! I did a lot of research and checked out different doctors and found Dr. Bansal to be the best! Glad I did it and chose him! My vision is GREAT now!
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Dr Bansal takes pride in his work and he ultimately wants to give to the start to a healthy lifestyle, providing many resources along the way. He provided me with several options, giving me ample education in choosing best procedure for me.
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolMedical: University of Nebraska School of Medicine
Post-Medical School TrainingFellowship: University of Texas, Hermann Eye Cornea & Refractive Surgery
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Visian ICL is a lens placed inside the eye to improve vision and is an alternative to LASIK surgery. Visian is generally recommended over LASIK in... READ MORE
Orthokeratology can provide good vision to patients with low amounts of myopia and astigmatism. Higher amounts (more than -5 diopters of myopia and... READ MORE
Surgeons have had great success in treating patients with pseudophakic lens implants (often called implantable contact lenses) and these patients are... READ MORE
TLC is a coporate LASIK provider with different surgeons at each location. They may or may not be the best in their particular community. ... READ MORE
I'm 1 mth. post PRK. I still have some astigmatism and ghosting. Is an enhancement needed? Can astigmatism still correct itself?
One month post op is generally too early to consider an enhancement, particularly with PRK which requires a longer healing period. Even with LASIK,... READ MORE
PRK might be the best option for you if the corneal topography is normal and there are no other contraindications. ICL would likely give you... READ MORE
Dryness is common following LASIK surgery. It commonly lasts for 3 months and then generally returns to a level similar to before LASIK surgery. Some... READ MORE
The FDA has approved excimer lasers for use in LASIK for patients as young as 18 years of age. Surgeons could perform LASIK in patients younger than... READ MORE
Unfortunately, dry eye is always a possible complication of LASIK regardless of any steps taken prior to having the procedure. Most dryness following... READ MORE
The most reputable certification for LASIK is a fellowship in corneal and refractive surgery. This would follow an ophthalmology residency and... READ MORE
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