Beyond Lasik – Prelex Eye Surgery
Beyond Lasik: Eye Surgery for the Rest of Us – Prelex
By Veera Mahajan
Dr. Rajesh Khanna in Los Angeles, knows a thing or two about the eye. As a practicing optical specialist, he’s helped countless patients finally put glasses and contacts to rest. But is surgery right for everyone? Are there options beyond the famous “lasik surgery”?
Dr. Khanna explains in his new book Prelex, the inner workings of the eye and the changes that happen as we age. “At a certain point people pass the Lasik stage” explains Dr. Khanna, “Mostly it’s the baby boomer generation. Their eye just can’t handle the surgery anymore.”
Enter Prelex, or Presbyopic refractive lens exchange. Dr. Khanna summarizes: “Presbyopia is when the muscles of the eye are not able to move the lens. When we see far then near, the eye power has to change. As the eye gets old, the lens becomes thicker and the space for it decreases. By 45-50 years of age the lens is not able to accommodate the thickening of the muscle. So, it starts affecting the eye sight, first the near and, gradually, the far.”
Basically the eye can’t handle the constant stress of looking from a book to, say, a clock across the room. So how can Prelex help?
“With Prelex we can correct everything. Far sightedness, near sightedness, stigmatism, you name it” explains Dr. Khanna. He stresses that it is nothing like Lasik. “Lasik is a superficial surgery. Prelex requires the implant of lenses. Lasik does not. It’s much more detailed.” It takes a much higher degree of skill which makes it more expensive but according to Dr. Khanna it’s worth it:
“Imagine never having to worry about cataracts again. It’s pretty incredible. We take out the old lens and put in a new one. The new lens never wears out, so they never change shape. It’s not bi-focal, it’s beyond that.”
Dr. Khanna is one of the few eye surgeons who perform this new and highly effective surgery in LA. He quoted Lasik at $2750 per eye and said that Prelex is 3 times the cost of Lasik at $7500 per eye. There is a difference in the price because there is big difference in the two procedures. While Lasik is done in a clean manner, Prelex is done in a sterile manner. It is done in an operating room and a much higher level of skill is required to perform Prelex. All that adds up to the higher cost.
But with Dr. Khanna, this price includes surgery center fee, lens fee, maintenance and everything after the surgery. He includes fine tuning and follow up, which most doctors don’t.
“I like to give a personal touch to my patients and their satisfaction is my goal” says Dr. Khanna, “That’s what’s worth it to me.” He guarantees his work. As long as he is practicing, his patients can come back for fine tuning to him. His goal is for the patient to be happy and satisfied.
He uses different lenses based on the life style of the patient. For example he has lens that can stand trauma, for a patient who is into martial arts.
He realizes the cost is high. So, for special cases, he will consider genuine financial difficulties.
In general Lasik is 7 times safer than contacts. With Dr. Khanna, who has done thousands of Lasiks and has the latest equipment, Lasik is 100 times safer than wearing contacts. If you have had infection twice due to contact lenses, he thinks you should consider Lasik and if you are older than 40, Prelex is your best bet.
The risk of this surgery is minimal and less than getting hit by a car while driving in LA. He teaches how to pro-actively prevent infections, complications, etc. Patient satisfaction is so important to him that gives all his patients his cell phone number. He wants to be available to them when they need him.
Dr. Khanna encourages patients to come in and decide which procedure is right for them. You can read his book on his blog, as well as learn other fun facts about eye care.
Dr. Rajesh Khanna
Prelex, The Book explains what are the different components in the eye and what differences occur as we age. Near and far sightedness, stigmatism and estopia (old eye). Baby boomers pushed Lasik a lot. But they have crossed or passed the Lasik stage now.
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Lasik or Prelex? – Dr Rajesh Khanna Answers
The book ‘Prelex’
BY K B NAIR
Rajesh Khanna, MD is board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology. He has specialized training in LASIK, Prelex, Cataract, and Corneal surgery from the University of Cincinnati. He is known as the LASIK surgeon to the stars, as he has performed over 10,000 vision correction procedures on many Olympic medal winners and Hollywood personalities
Khanna has just released a book titled ‘Prelex’ which is a relatively new procedure which was approved by the FDA in 2005 and the results of which since then have been excellent when done by skilful eye caregivers. The surgeon explained that a few years ago Lasik became extremely popular but 7 or 8 years ago it became evident that it did not work very well for everybody, especially those over the 45-50 age bracket. The Prelex procedure allows individuals over this age to see near, middle, and distance in each eye (not monovision) without the use of glasses or contacts.
According to Dr Khanna, Lasik was suitable for not more than 30-40 million of the US population whereas Prelex would be the preferred procedure for over 132 million people in the country. He added that everyone over 45 should be knowledgeable about this procedure and when he found 3 or 4 years ago these patients were not receiving the proper advice he decided to write a book which is reported to be selling very well.
The book explains in simple terms that in a normal eye adjusts its focus because the lens changes shape but with age it hardens and loses the ability and therefore needs replacement. Till now there were no lenses to mimic the human eye but now with nanoengineering technology it is possible to create lenses which can see far and near.
Dr Rajesh Khanna
Lasik has certain disadvantages when compared to Prelex in that Lasik could develop dry eyes and there is a certain loss in depth of perception and vision can still change. In some older patients they even develop cataracts. The advantage of Prelex over Lasik is that it is a permanent fix and vision will not change for the rest of one’s life, cataracts will not develop and one can see far and near without losing depth of perception and vision will actually improve with time.
Because of the fact Prelex is done in a sterile surgical suite and under anesthesia the cost of the procedure is higher than. The charges vary from city to city but as an example the average cost of Lasik in Beverly Hills would amount to $5,000 to 6,000 where Prelex would run from $12-15,000 for two eyes. The down side is that it is not covered by insurance but under certain circumstances Medicare does cover part of the charges.
Lasik surgery takes about 2 minute per eye whereas Prelex takes between 7 and 8 minutes. While Dr Khanna laughs and states some patients would like to get straight back to work, he does not recommend it. Also in accordance to US standards there is a recommended gap of at least 2 weeks between the procedure on the two eyes.
The book also describes how to be an educated consumer by learning to understand what qualities to look for in a Prelex surgeon, how to select an ideal facility and the questions to ask. This is important because only a handful of eye doctors have the skill to do it to perfection. Dr Khanna added such specialists need to already be good lasik, cataract and lens exchange surgeons.
Prelex can also be performed successfully on those who have already had Lasik or radial keratotomy procedures.
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Dr. Rajesh Khanna, right, an internationally recognized LASIK
and refractive vision care specialist, has written a new book. Prelex, his
first book, explains the Prelex procedure in its entirety. He also explains
the basics of the human eye, vision and how vision changes over time.
LASIK is a term that most are familiar with and needs little explanation.
Prelex, however, is a highly advanced procedure that can dramatically
improve the vision of people over age 45. Khanna explains presbyopia,
which usually begins around age 40. Presbyopia is the inability of the
old, thick, resistant lens to change shape and focus power. Rather
than suffering from poor vision, unsure of the cause, readers are now
able to understand exactly what is occurring, learn about Prelex and
how it can improve their lives. Prelex is available at amazon.com.
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Actress Ashely Agota from “Bucket and Skinner”and from “True Jackson VP” meets with Lasik Surgeon Dr. Khanna about his new Prelex Book.
Prelex is a new technology that allows individuals over the age of forty-five to see close-up, middle, and far. This is not mono-vision where one eye is far and one eye is near. This new procedure exchanges the eyes natural lens with a man-made lens in both eyes. This procedure is actually better then lasik for individuals over forty-five because the surgery is good for life, unlike lasik eye surgery. And, not only will you be able to see good for the rest of your life but Prelex surgery prevents a person from developing cataracts. This is because cataracts cannot develop of the man-made lens. Although this procedure is being called new, it actually has existed for many years but has not been perfected till the last ten years. Thousands of people all over the world are already experiencing the amazing effect of having Prelex. People from India, Africa, Europe are all able to have this surgery done by a skilled board certified professional. You can find all the information regarding Prelex surgery from a new book called Prelex which is now being sold on Amazon.
Actress Kym Whitley from the film “We Bought a Zoo” and “Animal Practice” looks into having Prelex vision correction with Dr. Khanna so she can see far, middle, and near.
Kym Whitley found all her Prelex information from a new book called Prelex. Which is geared toward men and women over forty-five years of age who want to observe much better, or even wish to give up their own contact lenses. Prelex is usually for individuals that are currently affected by Cataracts but this surgery will also miraculously steer you clear of the progress associated with cataracts in the future because cataracts can not grow on a prelex lens.
Prelex has evolved throughout the last several ages. Lens implant to fix cataracts have been incorporated in patients around the United states, as well as Asia, Europe, Africa, and the Caribbean. Prelex actually begun before Lasik however seemed to be handicapped by means of lack of methods. But through the decades it have been perfected and some great benefits of the particular prelex course of action verify very excellent. The task makes it possible for people to see close to, far and near. And so the prelex course of action doesn’t just supply excellent eye-sight, but it will illuminate you from enduring cataract surgical procedures in the future in lifetime.
Actress Kate Linder from “The Young and Restless” talks with board certified surgeon Dr. Khanna about his new book on Prelex for vision correction. Prelex is a new surgery that allows individuals under the age of 45 to see without the use of glasses and contacts. It incorporates changing the natural lens with a man made lens that allows an individual to see far, middle, and near. In each eye! this procedure also prevents an individual from developing cataracts as it can not develop on the man made lens. Therefore this procedure will not only give you the gift of amazing sight but it is preventative of future conditions such as Cataracts. Prelex has actually been around for several decades but was not perfected until the last several years. Now thousands of patients all over the globe are getting Prelex and reeping from the many benefits of the procedure. All this information can not be found in a new book called prelex. The book can be found on Amazon and it will walk you through everything regarding the procedure.
Emmy nominated actor Joe Montega from “Criminal Minds” talks to surgeon Dr. Khanna about having prelex surgery to fix vision. Most people are familar with lasik but not Prelex. Lasik is often an expression that most are aware of and needs very little explanation. Lasik promises boosted vision correction in seconds along with a speedy recuperation. Prelex on the other hand, is an extremely innovative method that could substantially enhance the perspective of individuals. Prelex pertains to those that have also been considering a particular lasik method but were instructed they are not really prospects because they are too old to gain benefit form lasik. Prelex would be the solution to the lasik and age problem.
Prelex is a procedure which involves replacing the eyes natural lens and having an artificial, presbyopic lens put in instead. It is similar to cataracts surgery but the lens will allow you to see far, middle, and near without the use of contacts or glasses. Experts have compared this process to present day cataract surgery but say that it is even more beneficial because it actually prevents cataracts from forming on the lens. The prelex procedure was initially practiced throughout America hundreds of years ago but surgery features have since been revamped and it is even more improved today. It is now one of the fastest developing vision procedures all over the world in places such as Australia, Asia, and Africa.
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