Laser eye surgery reshapes the cornea - outer layer of the eye - to fix vision errors, such as nearsightedness and farsightedness, astigmatism and sometimes presbyopia. LASIK is the most common type of refractive eye surgery to reduce dependence on glasses or contact lenses.
Dr. Nada Jabbour, American Board-Certified Ophthalmologist and Head of Ophthalmology at Aman Hospital states ‘At Aman Hospital Refractive Laser Vision Service, we offer a wide spectrum of corneal surgeries ranging from customized surface laser ablations including PRK to "all laser LASIK" or femtoLASIK using the latest technology available now in Qatar. We are committed to treating our patients with the newest, state-of-the-art equipment for the best visual results and patient satisfaction’.
Before the LASIK procedure Dr. Jabbour, will complete a full eye examination and review the patients measurements including corneal tomography and aberrometry to give a personalized treatment option, taking into consideration the patient’s professional and recreational needs. The laser procedure will be performed on an outpatient basis, after which one can resume work activities within 1 to 2 days.
Dr. Jabbour carries over 25 years of experience in the corneal and refractive subspecialty. She led the FDA clinical trials for laser vision correction during her 10-year tenure at the Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins Hospital, and continues to share her knowledge and expertise as an international LASIK trainor.
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