Have you been contemplating getting LASIK surgery because you're tired of wearing contacts or glasses every day? Find a trusted LASIK surgeon from our LASIK Surgeon Directory and speak with one about whether you qualify for this surgery. Here are a few things you should know before you decide.
LASIK (or Laser In-Situ Keratomileusis) is a laser vision correction surgery. LASIK works to correct vision impairments such as Astigmatism (blurring vision), nearsightedness (myopia), and farsightedness (hyperopia) by reshaping the cornea so that light focuses on the retina in the back of the eye. To reshape the cornea, an eye care specialist will use a laser to cut a flap of tissue from the front of the eye, uncovering the cornea. The doctor will then use a laser to reshape the cornea so that light centers around the retina. The procedure takes about 10 minutes for each eye.
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LASIK surgery is not for everyone. You should not have laser vision correction surgery if any of the following apply to you:
Your refractive eye surgeon will be able to advise whether you are a good candidate for laser vision correction surgery. In general, you should qualify if you are over 18 years old, have had a glasses or a contact prescription that has been stable for at least two years, and have mostly healthy eyes.
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If you think that LASIK surgery would be good for you, find a local surgeon using our If you are considering LASIK, PRK, or other vision correction surgery procedures, please consult our Trusted LASIK Surgeons™ Directory, where you can find skilled and reliable surgeon in your area..
All of the surgeons are vetted and highly qualified with proven expertise to perform LASIK and other vision correction procedures like Cataract Surgery, Kamra Inlay procedures (which can help with reading fine print in books or on labels, lens implant procedures, and Corneal Transplants. These expert can help you decide whether this procedure is right for you. Check the directory today to find a refractive surgeon you can trust to help you on your path to better vision.
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