Discover LASIK

and

The world beyond Glasses & Contacts

Dr. Ashraful Huq
MBBS, FCPS, FACS
Fellow in Advanced Cataract Surgery (Bangladesh & India)
Fellow in Cornea & Anterior Segment (LVPEI, India)
Trained in LASIK (NN, India)
Trained in SMILE (PN, India)
Specialist Surgeon in LASIK, SMILE, ICL & Refractive Surgery
Call for Appointment with Dr. Ashraful Huq –

10620, 01707081499, 09613213213
01705879995
WhatsApp: +8801841788371
Email: dr.ashraf@bdeyehospital.com

LASIK Service

Laser Vision Correction – Freedom from Glasses in a Minute

LVC or Laser Vision Correction is the procedure that involves the use of a laser to reshape the surface of the eye. This is done to improve or correct short-sightedness, long-sightedness and astigmatism. LVC includes LASIK, SMILE and PRK.

LASIK eye surgery (Laser Assisted in Situ Keratomileusis) is a surgical procedure which involves reshaping your cornea with laser to help improve eye sight. By creating a ‘door’ (which we call – Flap) on the surface of your eye, your LASIK surgeon can correct vision problems; this ‘door’ is then closed, and your eyes quickly heal on their own. The procedure is quick, safe and virtually painless.

SMILE eye surgery (small incision lenticule extraction) also involves reshaping your cornea with laser to help improve eye sight. But here there is no creating of Flap. With laser the eye surgeon creates a layer inside the cornea (which we call – Lenticule) and remove it to correct vision problems. The procedure is very quick, safe and also painless.

Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) is a type of Refractive Surgery or Laser Vision Correction where surgeon remove the surface of the cornea and ablate it with laser to correct your vision problems.

We know, LASIK or LASER eye surgery can seem a bit scary at first – a laser pointed at your eye! But laser surgery like LASIK/ SMILE/ PRK is one of the safest and most common elective procedures. And, once you’ve had LASIK/SMILE/PRK, your result may make you wish you’d gotten the procedure even sooner!

If you’re looking into LASIK vision correction, it’s probably because you don’t want to wear glasses or contact lenses any more. Sure, glasses can be a fashion statement, but they can also just get in the way. They’re a hassle during your favorite activities, and they block your beautiful eyes from the world. If they’re not getting smudged, they’re getting knocked off. Contacts show your eyes off, but they’ve got their own set of problems. All the supplies you have to buy, the constant cleaning procedures and checkups, lost lenses and allergies. Now, imagine life without contacts and glasses- the simplicity, the freedom to do what you want without worry. That’s what LASIK surgery can give you.

  • If you do not want to wear glasses or contact lens
  • Age more than 18 years.
  • Refractive power more than -1.00D or +1.00D
  • No change in power of glasses in last one year
  • No eye disease

Don’t forget to mention any other medical conditions you have, or any medications you might be taking, as they can affect surgery as well.

Once you have decided that you want LASIK, the LASIK surgeon will run a series of tests (We called – Pre-LASIK test) to evaluate your vision and eye condition. Your eye surgeon will then decide if LASIK is right for you.

While it is still a surgical procedure, the entire LASIK/SMILE/PRK process is fast. Start to finish, the laser procedure only takes a few minutes.

You will need to stop wearing contact lenses at least a week before the procedure, as they can affect the shape of your eyes and therefore the outcome of surgery.

Many people sit up right after surgery and notice dramatically better vision. Still, complete recovery can take time-weeks or months even-and much of the responsibility will be in your hands.

Immediately, after LASIK, you may experience a few side effects from the procedure, including watery eye, a burning sensation, or mild discomfort. These symptoms usually pass within the first few days. If you experience any severe pain, or vision worsens, contact your doctor immediately. During your first week of recovery, your vision may seem slightly hazy or blurry-you may also be sensitive to light or have trouble seeing at night. These symptoms usually clear as your eyes heal, but you may continue to experience slight fluctuations in your vision for up to 6 months after surgery.

The road to recovery. Although we’d love to claim to all credit for your rapid recovery, most of it falls on you, and the amazing resilience of your eyes. Your eyes heal and adapt with surprising speed, but you can help the process along by closely following your Lasik surgeon’s instructions.

Dr. Ashraful Huq, a leading LASIK Surgeon in Bangladesh. Dr. Ashraful Huq is the advanced Refractive Surgeon who is regularly doing all the refractive surgery available with best of the refractive suites in Bangladesh. Dr. Huq took his training in refractive surgery training from renowned Centers of India and in the course of time he made himself as master in Refractive LASIK Surgery.

Now he is doing Femto LASIK, Streamlight PRK (Photo Refractive Keratectomy), PTK with PRK, SMILE (small incision lenticule extraction).

Dr. Ashraful Huq is now working as a Consultant Refractive and LASIK Surgeon and Eye Specialist at Bangladesh Eye Hospital, Dhanmondi and Banani; Bangladesh Eye Care Hospital, Zigatola and Lasik Sight Center. At the best eye hospital in Dhaka, you will get best Lasik surgeon in Bangladesh.

  • Find out the time & date of the surgery from the doctor.
    (Call 01705879995, 01707081499, 10620, 09613213213)

(You can contact with Dr. Ashraful Huq at WhatsApp messenger: +8801841788371)

  • Use antibiotic drops a day before surgery as prescribed by the doctor.
  • Lid hygiene with Johnson & baby shampoo, as prescribed by the doctor.
  • Report to the hospital in time.
  • Read the consent from and give your consent by putting your signature.
  • If you have any doubt, speak to Dr. Ashraful Huq.
Femto-LASIK BDT. 100,000/-
SMILE BDT. 150,000/-
PRK BDT. 70,000/-

You will get the most affordable Lasik surgery cost in Bangladesh here!

  • Immediately after the procedure your eyes may burn, itch and water for
    some time (2-3hrs).
  • Arrange to be driven back after surgery.
  • Keep your eyes closed as far as possible in the initial 12 hours after surgery.
  • On first day following surgery do not rub/splash water in to the eyes. You can
    wipe your face with a wet towel & clean your eye lids with sterile cotton.
  • Routine diet.
  • Take at least 1-2 days’ rest after surgery.
  • Kitchen activities can be resumed after 2 days.
  • You may experience dryness of eyes and occasional of vision in initial 6-8
    weeks.
  • Do not lift heavy weights for 2 weeks.
  • Avoid head bath for 5 days.
  • Do not stop systemic medication (Antihypertensive, Diabetic, Diabetic
    medication etc.)
  • Avoid sports for 2 weeks.
  • Avoid swimming for 3-4 weeks.
  • You can use cosmetics, creams, lotions, make-up on the face after 10 days.
  • You can start working with computers after 3-4 days, initially you will have
  • slight blurring of vision for the small letters and may experience
    headache/eye strain for a few weeks after surgery.
  • Travelling (long distance) can be planned after 10 days.
  • Avoid driving (bike/car) for week. It is preferable to avoid night driving in the
    initial 4 weeks.
  •  There may be glare/haloes in the evening for a few weeks after the surgery.
  • Avoid smoking and drinking.
  • Use protective glasses when you travel & during computer work for 1-2
    months following surgery.
  • Discuss with your surgeon in detail about your post-operative eye care.

Dr. Ashraful Huq

MBBS, FCPS (Eye), FACS (USA)

Consultant Refractive Surgeon

Bangladesh Eye Hospital & Institute, Dhanmondi (Call: 10620)

Bangladesh Eye Care Hospital, Zigatola (Call: 01707081499, 09613213213)

Bangladesh Eye Hospital Banani & Lasik Sight Center (Call: 02222289322, 02222284588)

Doctor’s Chamber (Call: 01705879995)

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