Going Glasses Free for the New Year
Posted by EyeseeNaturally on March 1st, 2015
If you have spent a lifetime - like so many people - dependent on glasses and/or contact lenses to see clearly, it may be time to consider LASIK surgery for the new year. Having been performed successfully for many decades, LASIK eye surgery continues to see many advancements that have only improved on its effectiveness and certainly the ease with which people are able to undergo the procedure itself.
The most comfortable LASIK procedure to date, Thin Flap LASIK is a safe, fast, and effective way to move on from glasses and contact lenses. In less than 20 minutes, you’ll have changed your life forever and there’s no pain or discomfort associated with the procedure at all.
Here’s what you need to know:
During the procedure, your eyes are completely numb so there is absolutely no discomfort of any kind. Working on one eye at a time, the surgeon creates a flap in the topmost layer of the eye after which the flap is lifted and folded back. An excimer laser is then used to resurface the cornea by removing the necessary pieces of tissue. This is a delicate procedure in which accuracy and exact measurements are used to create the desired effect.
With the technology now available, doctors are able to customize each LASIK surgery to each patient’s precise needs and the shape of their eye. It is a truly personalized surgical procedure that results in the best outcome for each eye patient.
Thin Flap LASIK offers improved sight, much greater stability than the traditional LASIK surgery, and a lower risk of dry eye which can sometimes happen after surgery.
LASIK eye surgery is able to correct farsightedness and nearsightedness for those without astigmatism and patients experience dramatic improvements in vision almost immediately. Those who undergo LASIK are even able to return to their normal routine within a few days.
If you’ve been considering relinquishing your dependence on glasses and contacts, now, with the new year upon us, is a great time to consider undergoing LASIK eye surgery.
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