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LASIK eye surgery sometimes seems too good to be true. Other times, people think it’s too risky to be worth a try. In the time since LASIK first began to be practiced, a lot of myths have sprung up about this surgery.
LASIK eye surgery makes some people nervous. It’s a surgery, so that’s understandable. But as technology has progressed, LASIK has become one of the easiest and safest surgeries you’ll ever experience.
You’ve been thinking about Lasik for a while, right? Probably every time your contacts dry out. Or when you lay down to watch TV only to have your glasses get knocked sideways.
You’ve heard of LASIK eye surgery, but did you know there are several variations of the vision correction surgery? Read on to learn about the different LASIK procedures available, then make an appointment with Davis Vision Center to discuss which option is right for you.
If you’ve recently decided that LASIK is the best solution to correct your vision, you’ve most likely wondered what the process and recovery time is like. To help you prepare and understand what to expect, here’s a glimpse into the LASIK process from beginning to end.
Are you considering LASIK but unsure if it’s the right time? The only real age limit for a LASIK procedure, according to the FDA, is that each surgical candidate should be at least 18 years of age.
Although contact lenses provide predictable vision correction, they can easily be damaged, lost, infected, leading to costly maintenance. Not to mention they can leave you feeling a lack of freedom and comfort. Fortunately, there is another solution: Lasik.