Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 2nd International Conference on Eye and Vision Orlando, Florida, USA.

Day 1 :

Keynote Forum

Arun C Gulani

Gulani Vision Institute, USA

Keynote: Reversing LASIK complications back to 20/20 : Comrneoplastique

Time : 10:00

OMICS International Eye 2016 International Conference Keynote Speaker Arun C Gulani photo
Biography:

Arun C Gulani, MD, MS, is an internationally recognized, board-certified Ophthalmologist and the Founder of the Gulani Vision Institute, a state-of-the-art LASIK and cataract eye surgery facility serving the needs of patients from Northeast Florida and throughout the world. A renowned vision correction expert, he specialized in both cataract and laser vision correction surgeries. He has been listed in Forbes magazine as one of the "Top Ten Laser Eye Surgeons" in the entire country. He is widely regarded as a "Doctor's Doctor." Over the course of his career, he has been honored with awards from the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, the Business Journal, Becton Dickinson, Bausch & Lomb and many other organizations. He is regularly invited to teach eye surgeons at major conferences and specialized forums around the world. His prominent standing in the field of eye surgery is well balanced by his impeccable bedside manner and gentle touch, which continue to attract vision correction patients from around the world.

Abstract:

Reversing LASIK complications back to 20/20: Corneoplastique™

Arun C Gulani

Gulani Vision Institute, USA

 

Abstract

 

Aim: Aim of this study is to present Corneoplastique™ as a new super-specialty and innovative, conceptual and surgical protocol for correcting LASIK complications aiming for unaided emmetropia.

 

Methods: Patients with all kinds of refractive surgery complications from Lasik underwent a corrective surgical plan which may include laser ASA, laser corneoplastique and or laser-lens based techniques including combinations if required to result in unaided 20/20 vision.

 

Results: Outcomes of 20/20 uncorrected were possible in these cases which otherwise would have headed for more interventional surgeries and or relegated to a life time of poor vision.

 

Conclusion: Using these elegant and least interventional techniques, refractive surgery complications can be reversed back to 20/20. These concepts and innovative applications, including combinations can provide a much needed relief for cases with complications not only in attempting to help them but actually aiming for unaided emmetropia.