One of the things that you need to do before getting Lasik eye surgery would be to make sure that you have a good understanding of how the procedure is performed. By knowing how it is performed, you would be able to know what questions to ask your ophthalmologist beforehand and what kind of preparations you need to do to get the best results from the procedure. Here is a guide on how Lasik eye surgery is done.Read More
Over the past couple of years, Lasik has grown more and more popular among individuals who are looking for the best solution for their vision problems. This is primarily because of the numerous benefits that the procedure is able to offer.
Lasik stands for laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis and is a type of refractive eye surgery that is generally performed to correct vision problems such as nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. If you are wondering whether or not Lasik laser eye surgery is something that you should consider, read on to learn more about the advantages of the procedure which might help you in making an informed decision.Read More
Having excellent vision is something that everyone wants to have, hopefully, for the rest of their life. Unfortunately, however, not all people are blessed with perfect vision. There are some who are born either nearsighted or farsighted and there are some who end up suffering from vision problems such as astigmatism later on in life. If you are one of these people and are wondering if there will ever be a day when you can see the world clearly without the need for any glasses or contact lenses, then you might want to consider undergoing Lasik eye surgery.Read More
While Laser Eye Surgery in Sydney seems to have only been around for the last decade, the theory of refractive surgery actually goes back as far as 1896, when Dutch teacher Lendeer Jans Lans proposed a method to correct astigmatism by using penetrating corneal cuts.Read More
While prescription glasses and contact lenses have made it possible for people with less than perfect vision to lead a relatively normal life, Laser Eye Surgery takes this one step further and enables individuals to live a life as if they were born with perfect vision.Read More
A large percentage of people with vision problems are potential candidates for LASIK. Patients who are 18 years of age or older, have generally healthy eyes without retinal problems, corneal scars or eye disease, are suitable. Being medically suitable is important and the best candidates are people with an occupation or lifestyle in which they are unhappy with their contact lenses or glasses.Read More
Intracor is a relatively new procedure (first done in 2007) in the world of Laser Eye Surgery that specifically treats sufferers of presbyopia which is the loss of ability to focus on objects in your near vision such as small text in a newspaper.Read More