Dr Prakash Nayak

Dr Prakash Nayak

Cornea & Ocular Surface Disorders, Director Navi Mumbai Eye Clinic (Speciality: Eye Condition) Sr Consultant, Cataract, LASIK & Refractive Surgery

Biography

Dr Nayak is an experienced phaco surgeon, certified by Alcon (USA). He is also trained in LASIK and Refractive Surgery with an exclusive fellowship training program at a prestigious German University, which is the birthplace of the Excimer Laser technology. In the last decade he has performed over 5000 successful LASIK surgeries successfully, on patients from 23 different countries. With his experience, unfailing accuracy & the cutting edge technology, he continues to satisfy every one of his ever growing list of patients.
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Save your eyesight with these tests October 10, 2013 at 2:38 pm October 10 is World Sight Day. Our eyes are one of our most vital organs and shouldn’t be neglected. The theme for this year’s World Sight Day is ‘Get your eyes tested’. Dr Prakash Nayak, a renowned ophthalmologist tells us why it’s vital to get regular eye check-ups: Routine eye exams …
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LASIK: Procedure and post-operative care December 20, 2012 at 6:15 pm LASIK is one of the best options to get rid of short-sightedness (myopia) and correct other refractive errors as well. While it’s not always perfect it will definitely reduce a person’s dependence on glasses. With fourth-generation laser machines the chances of errors are also very low. Who …
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LASIK surgery – things to keep in mind before undergoing one December 18, 2012 at 12:50 pm Want to get rid of your glasses but scared of LASIK? Of course the thought of a laser slicing your cornea might sound downright scary but complications occur very, very rarely ( less than 1%) and decreases dependence on glasses for most patient. Before recommending the surgery, ophthalmologists …
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Cataracts – all you need to know August 22, 2012 at 2:56 pm The crystalline lens of the eye is clear and transparent. In certain circumstances, it develops cloudiness or opacity. This obstructs light from being transmitted to the retina causing blurring of vision. It’s called a cataract.  Let us discuss some of the frequently asked questions on this …
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