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No blades please- we are American

By admin / March 3, 2013

The laser precision is equally useful in wound creation. The precise openings allow the entry and exit of instruments and insertion of the pi without undue stress and consequently inadvertent enlarging of the wound. This prevents wound leakage at the end of the case and faster healing. Let us look at the splitting of the […]


Askimo TV interview on Prelex

By admin / March 2, 2013

Can you explain what Presbyopia is and why it develops later on in adult life? What are bifocals and what kind of eye patients require them? What is the difference between bifocals and varifocals? How does PRELEX surgery treat Presbyopia and why is LASIK surgery not applicable in this case? Can the correction of Presbyopia […]


Astigmatism treatment with laser cataract surgery

By admin / March 2, 2013

the arcuate incisions for decreasing the astigmatism are made. Either one or two incisions can be made. The length, the distance from the center and the depth of each astigmatic keratotomy incision can be coordinated independently. In the above pictures the bubbles serve asa guide to the location of the actual openings in the lens […]


Laser assisted cataract surgery

By admin / March 1, 2013

Precision and safety has increased with the advent of femtosecond lasers for cataract and Prelex surgeries.In a painless procedure lasting under two minutes the laser can make openings in the eye. It can also make relaxing incisions to correct astigmatism. More exciting and new is that the laser can now make a desired size opening […]


IndUS Business Journal features Prelex author

By admin / November 23, 2012

Issue Date:  November 2012, Posted On: 11/23/2012 Lasik specialist writes book on benefits of ‘Prelex’ “Prelex,” above and Khanna, below. Beverly Hills Lasik surgeon Dr. Rajesh Khanna decided to follow in the path of Doctors Chopra and Gupta, and compile a book titled “Prelex,” which is receiving rave reviews on Amazon. As it is discussed […]


100 seniors in 1000 oaks

By admin / November 21, 2012

Acorn_11-01_Issue_pg45 More than 100 seniors came to Thousand Oaks on Oct. 18 to hear a talk by Dr. Rajesh Khanna, a board-certified and internation- ally recognized Lasik surgeon who specializes in disorders of the eye. The event at Los Robles Hos- pital was part of the hospital’s ongoing health chat series that features a variety […]


Pi in the eye

By admin / November 9, 2012

Pi is the acronym coined by the author of the book Prelex.  It is  a shortened form of presbyopic implants. These implants are inert plastic (acrylic or silicon to get technical) which reverse presbyopia or ageing eyes permanently. They sit quietly working 24/7 without asking for a cost of living hike. 24/7 you ask? Well […]


Robert Hayes reading Prelex book

By admin / November 8, 2012

Even the star of Airplane and superhero movie enjoys learning about presbyopia reversal. Where does he turn to when he requires the best information? The authoritative book written by an experienced presbyopic prelex surgeon.

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