Breaking News Jan 11 2017 – Mixed Astigmatism meets its match

FDA approves iDesign Lasik for mixed astigmatism. Mixed astigmatism is the most problematic of refractive disorders. The two curvatures are are unequal. Thier relationship with the length of the eye causes one curvature to be farsighted and the other to be nearsighted. With the iDesign wavescan studio system, doctors can map the most extensive visual path of the eye. This helps in generating a very accurate ma of the problems in eye which the laser can than fix.

Symptoms of mixed astigmatism

You may not even realize you are suffering from mixed astigmatism. A person with defect of the eye is not able to see sharp inspite of glasses. The vision can fluctuate. Contact lens slip and fall off. With blinking contacts can move and make vision blurry. You may even have redness of eyes requiring visine. Headaches may be a symptom.Many patients suffer through life. Some have been turned doen for lasik eye surgery previously as laser were not adept at getting good results with this anamoly.

Free Screening for mixed astigmatism.

We at Khanan Vision Institute want to help you in your battle against mixed astigmatism. We are offering a free analysis of your eyes on the idesign wavescan studio. The best part is you even get to take your idesign waveprints home. Call (310) 482 1240 to schedule your consult.

In the FDA approved clinical study of the idesign lasik eye surgery, 91.9% of 149 eyes reached uncorrected visual acuity of 20/20 or better without glasses at 3 months after surgery. Of interest was the fact that the eyes were stable at three months.

FDA approves iDesign Lasik for mixed astigmatism

Rajesh Khanna MD opines this approval is a giant leap in the accuracy for this complicated disease. He is one of the handful of lasik doctors in Los Angeles and Ventura counties offering this new safer lasik technology.