LASIK vs. PRK in Dubai

LASIK vs. PRK: Which Is Right for Me?

Posted on August 23, 2019 by Atlanta Vision

If you’re considering laser vision correction, you have likely heard of LASIK. While LASIK is the most commonly performed surgical procedure to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism, it is not the only choice you have. Photorefractive keratectomy or PRK is a laser vision correction procedure that corrects the same refractive errors as LASIK does. Still, […] Read more


What two of Dr. Ashraf’s Patients have to say About LASIK

Posted on July 11, 2017 by The Atlanta Vision Institute

LASIK is a quick outpatient procedure that can significantly lessen dependence on contact lenses or eyeglasses. Over the years, Dr. Farooq Ashraf has performed more than 40,000 LASIK procedures at his practices in Dubai and Atlanta. After a LASIK procedure is finished, Dr. Ashraf and his staff like to talk with the patients, to hear their perspectives about […] Read more

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Dry Eyes: Causes and Treatment

Posted on June 23, 2017 by The Atlanta Vision Institute

Do you suffer from red, irritated or itchy eyes? Do your eyes burn, sting or feel gritty after using the computer for long periods of time? Have you been experiencing episodes of watery eyes or blurred vision? Have your eyes become very sensitive to light? Do you ever have the sensation that something is in […] Read more

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Considering LASIK Surgery? Come visit us in Dubai!

Posted on June 23, 2017 by The Atlanta Vision Institute

LASIK is one of the most widely-performed eye procedures in the world. In fact, millions of people across the globe have undergone LASIK, for a variety of reasons. Often people choose to undergo the procedure because they are simply tired of dealing with contact lenses or glasses. It can get old waking up every morning to blurry surroundings and having […] Read more

5 Simple Tips for Healthy Eyes

Posted on May 22, 2017 by The Atlanta Vision Institute

Humans have five important sense organs to help them live their day-to-day lives: eyes to see, ears to hear, a tongue to taste, a nose to smell, and skin to touch. Of these, the eyes are by far the most important sensory organs for most people. In fact, scientists tell us that about 80 percent of […] Read more