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If your optometrist has diagnosed you with vision problems such as myopia, astigmatism, or hyperopia then you might want to consider having laser eye surgery. Basically this type of surgery realigns the retina with the cornea. During the last few years laser eye surgery has advanced to such a degree that the procedure has become [...]
Every year, millions of people have corrective surgery done on their eyes. With businesses and insurance companies starting to chip in on the cost, many people are finding laser surgery to be an affordable and effective way to clear up vision problems and remove cataracts. While complications from laser eye surgery arise in only about [...]
After you’ve found a reliable doctor with solid references and recommendations from friends and family, you should begin to make some preparations for your laser eye procedure. Laser eye surgery is a very common procedure today and 80% of those who undergo it never have to wear corrective lenses again. Following a few tips can [...]
If you find yourself holding menus at an arm’s length, you might feel ready to correct your vision. Conductive keratoplasty (CK) is a relatively new procedure designed for patients struggling with farsightedness or astigmatism. Since CK is non-invasive and does not remove tissue, it has considerable advantages over laser surgeries. What is conductive keratoplasty? Conductive [...]
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