Meet the Man with the Vision… Dr. Rajesh Khanna M.D.
The Khanna Vision Institute of LASIK in Beverly Hills, CA. Provides cutting edge technology for the latest in vision care solutions
by: Suzanne Takowsky / Beverly Hills Times Magazine
Delivering the ultimate in eye care alternatives
Rajesh Khanna, M.D. pictured a place where individuals would have the ability to go for more than simply world-class eye attention. He wanted that patients might feel comfortable, and feel assured since they obtained state of the art laser vision therapy, tailored for their unique needs. Patient care has always been the key goal, using a sincere emphasis put on compassion and the dignity of every customer.
The Khanna Institute was conceived with the fundamental doctrine of “First do no harm”. Our purpose is to use the most innovative methods to raise the efficacy and safety of vision corrective processes. We just utilize FDA-approved strategies and gear, and also our Los Angeles team receives continuing education to keep on top of the area of eye care. Therefore many happy patients viewing much better in Los Angeles feature their greater vision to Khanna Institute of LASIK.
Addressing the Fears and Concerns of Lasik Surgery:
We here at the Khanna Institute of Lasik understand that you may have many fears and concerns about getting a Lasik Surgery. If you are holding back from achieving better vision or if you have a vision problem that has been long ignored due to a fear or concern about Lasik Surgery.
Our Beverly Hills or Westlake professionals at the Khanna Institute of Lasik will help you to ease your fears by keeping you properly informed about what options you may available pertaining to Lasik Surgery. Here at the Khanna Institute of Lasik we have the skills and experience to provide you with all of your vision care needs. Patients throughout Beverly Hills, Westlake and Los Angeles frequently seek the expertise of Dr. Rajesh Khanna.
If you have a fear or phobia of Lasik, please ask our Beverly Hills/Westlake professionals about your Lasik surgery options. Please call us at 1 (877) 2-KHANNA or contact us to make an appointment with Dr. Khanna. To read more about Lasik Phobia click here.
Now one of the most important things to remember when addressing the fear of Lasik Surgery is the fact that you are not alone in feeling a little anxiety over the possibility of having someone cut on your eyes. Just the idea of having someone perform this procedure can cause fear among many patients!
It tends to give off a negative suggestion that glasses and contacts are good whereas Lasik is bad. For many patients, undergoing a Lasik procedure becomes a harrowing experience due to the fear of pain or loss of vision. At the Khanna Institute of Lasik, our expert Lasik Surgeon is fully trained in a variety of Lasik procedures and treatments; all of which are designed to help you see things clearer.
At the Khanna Institute, our procedure has often been considered to be virtually painless, and we can definitely help you to achieve better vision. We offer a wide range of procedures for improving ones vision and I’m sure we will have a procedure that will suit your vision needs.
We want to provide you with a comfortable and nearly painless experience; you will be relaxed during the entire procedure and closely monitored throughout the entire process. In addition, to providing patients with a pleasant experience, we also offer a Lasik Phobia brochure for those patients who may be interested in learning more about overcoming the fear of Lasik Surgery.
At first it might prove difficult to understand how a surgical procedure can be safer than corrective equipment but the truth to the matter is this. A person wearing contacts is 5 xs more likely to experience complications over a person who has had Lasik Surgery. Contact lens wearers, risk exposing their eyes to major bacteria by having expired prescriptions, sleeping with their contacts in, or through bad hygiene and improper use.
If you are a Contact Lens wearer who suffers from having some of these bad habits then now might be a good time to consider Lasik surgery. If you add up the cost of a prescription lenses over a lifetime then you would see that the cost for Lasik easily pays for itself over the years. Just imagine never having to worry about losing a contact, a dirty contact lens infection or a contact lens cutting your eye. Not to mention all of the countless hours of contact lens care. You can go to sleep and wake up in the morning with clear vision without having to put on glasses or having to put in your contacts.
Too Sweet For Beverly Hills LASIK?
Some people from los angeles have high blood sugar. This is called Diabetes Mellitus. yes their blood is too sweet. As Shakespeare said rose is sweet by any other name. Can we still do LASIK? What is the best method to do the laser vision correction? Let one of Americas Top Eye Doctors answer that question.”Diabetes affects the pericytes of capillaries leading to fluid leakage changing the pericyte/ endothelium ratio.” says Rajesh Khanna, MD.” This leads to bleeding and ischemia rendering new vessels to proliferate. These factors can also affect the adhesion of epithelium to basement membrane.”
Dr. Khanna we are impressed with your geekspeak but can you translate into simple english for us mere mortals.
“I can do LASIK if Diabetes is mild and epithelium or the top covering of the cornea is taut. If it is loose we have to do superlasik. Anyways the Blood sugar should be under control, like below 200 and Haemoglobin HgB1 Ac should be below 7.”
Was it too difficult to speak in simple terms. LOL
Dr. Khanna performs his LASIK and refractive cataract surgery and Intralase procedures, as well as the pre and post operative evaluations, at his conveniently located practice in the Beverly Hills area of Los Angeles. The Practice is located at the junction of Wilshire and La Cienga Blvd. If you are arriving from outside Los Angeles, California or the United States to visit our LASIK Institute, let us know and we would be happy to coordinate your visit, including nearby hotels and attractions like Kodak theatre, Staples Center and Pinks Famous Hotdogs. From our office go up to Melrose place and hang a right till you reach La Brea. Take a left and there is Pinks hotdogs. It is even crowded at 1 a.m. Jay Leno, Bill Cosby amongst others have graced this location.
So take care of vision in Beverly Hills at our LASIK center and than satisfy your taste buds at Pinks
OK, you have decided to have LASIK. Your dad had it 12 years ago for 1899/eye and now that LASIK center offers it for 999/eye. If it worked for your father it should work for you is what they say. But wait a minute… there was no facebook nor twitter than. Pentium 1 processors ruled the day and windows 2000 was ruling the day. We have moved on from pentium 1 to xeon and now windows 7 is here. The good news for your eyes is that LASIK has progressed too. First What is the full form of LASIK? LASER assisted intrastromal keratomilusis. LASER of course stands for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation. In simple words in LASIK a flap is fashioned and everted. The exposed cornea is than modified by the laser. Now that is what we are going to talk about- the design and fashioning the LASIK flap.
Waxler does think the FDA should force manufacturers and LASIK surgeons to be more forthcoming with patients about potential side effects.
“The agency actually has a lot of power,” Waxler said. “The agency could readily require that those manufacturers keep better tabs on what happens with their product.”
This news piece appeared on Good Morning America, a television show on ABC vindicates what our Beverly Hills LASIK surgeon has been saying for years. Rajesh Khanna, MD is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist by the American Board of Ophthalmology. He does LASIK in Beverly Hills. He believes three components are important for successful outcome with LASIK surgery. A fellowship trained highly skilled surgeon. Advanced lasers like VISX wavefront, Intralase, and Allegrato which are maintained by the manufacturers Abbot and Alcon. These have have to be supported by well trained experienced staff. It behooves the surgeon to see the patients prior to surgery and see if they are good candidates. Our Beverly Hills Surgeon takes care to rule out thin cornea, keratoconus, cataracts and sever dry eyes. Whether patients are Hollywood stars or your average Joe, he spends time explaining and answering their questions, making sure they have realistic expectations.
Is this all possible in assembly line process? I think that is what Waxler is remorseful about. People using outdated lasers and performing outdated LASIK or herding you like sheep through an asembly line. C’mon Americans we need to maintain our dignity and be given the best service.