Dubai welcomed the latest laser vision correction procedure – Femto SMILE.

0 October 17, 2019

The SMILE procedure stands for Small Incision Lenticule Extraction and combines state-of-the-art femtosecond laser technology and precise lenticule extraction providing a micro-invasive laser vision correction method. It is the only technique in the world, wherein the laser surgery is performed without using any blade and without lifting any flap. It is very safe procedure with virtually no dryness and faster recovery of corneal sensation since less nerve fibers are disrupted.

The SMILE procedure is now gaining popularity from the positive and successful outcomes among patients in UAE.

The period after the surgery SMILE, proves to be superior to the LASIK method: According to recent studies, inflammation was less common after SMILE procedures, and healing of the cornea was better too and the problem of dry eye syndrome often described following laser vision correction has also shown to be reduced after a SMILE procedure, as reported by Dr. Tame

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0 October 17, 2019

Glaucoma is a disease that damages your eye’s optic nerve. It usually happens when fluid builds up in the front part of your eye. That extra fluid increases the pressure in your eye, damaging the optic nerve.

Glaucoma causes include elevated eye pressure (called intraocular pressure or IOP) due to the eye’s inability to drain fluid efficiently.

Only half of people with glaucoma are aware they have the condition. When glaucoma develops, there are usually no early symptoms. This is why glaucoma can “steal” sight gradually.

Glaucoma can be treated with eye drops, pills, laser surgery, traditional surgery or a combination of these methods. The goal of any treatment is to prevent loss of vision, as vision loss from glaucoma is irreversible. The good news is that glaucoma can be managed if detected early, and that with medical and/or surgical treatment, most people with glaucoma will not lose their sigh

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0 October 17, 2019

Is diabetic retinopathy reversible? This is a very common question asked by people with diabetes. It is not reversible, but it’s still preventable and can also be treated through certain procedures. The Lasik procedure has been an effective solution for numerous vision ailments. However, since the introduction of this procedure, there has been reluctance in treating diabetic patients.

Fortunately, with the right care, diabetic patients are receiving Lasik treatment for their eye ailments. Diabetic retinopathy treatment in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, using Lasik procedure, is also being done provided the patient is efficiently managing their blood sugar, and the condition is not severe.

What Is Diabetic Retinopathy?

This is damage caused by diabetes to the light-sensitive retina, which is situated at the back of your eye. With the progressio

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0 October 14, 2019

Keratoconus is a progressive eye disease in which the normally round cornea thins and begins to bulge into a cone like shape, causing distorted vision.

The Keratoconus condition depends on the age of the patient, and the intensity of rubbing the eyes.


• Genetic predisposition

• Allergic diseases.

• Excessive eye rubbing.

The Keratoconus should be diagnosed and treated at an early stage. If the keratoconus is left untreated, it may lead to severe vision impairment.

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0 September 18, 2016

Diabetic eye disease is a diabetes complication that affects eyes. It’s caused by damage to the blood vessels of the light-sensitive tissue at the back of the eye (retina). The condition can develop in anyone who has type 1 or type 2 diabetes. The longer you have diabetes and the less controlled your blood sugar is, the more likely you are to develop this eye complication.

What causes diabetic eye disease?

Chronically high blood sugar from diabetes is associated with damage to the tiny blood vessels in the retina, leading to diabetic eye disease. The retina detects light and converts it to signals sent through the optic nerve to the brain. Diabetic eye disease can cause blood vessels in the retina to leak fluid or hemorrhage (bleed), distorting vision. In its most advanced stage, new abnormal blood vessels proliferate (increase in number) on the surface of the retina, which can lead to scarring and cell loss in the retina.

Diabetic Eye Disease Treatment:

Diabetic eye disease Treatment is to prevent it. Strict control of your blood sugar will significantly reduce the long-term risk of vision loss. Treatment usually won’t cure diabetic eye disease nor does it usually restore normal vision, but it may slow the progression of vision loss. Without treatment, diabetic eye disease progresses steadily from minimal to severe stages. The laser is a very bright, finely f