does lasik work for blurry vision?!
Question: Does lasik work for blurry vision?
Blurred vision is typically a result of the eye being too long (nearsightedness) or too short (farsightedness). It can also be caused by an irregular shaped cornea (astigmatism), which is the outer, clear portion of the eye’s surface. 90% of all people between the ages of 18 and 65 who are either nearsighted, farsighted or have astigmatism – are excellent candidates for the procedure.
Laser vision correction is a great alternative to eyeglasses and contact lenses. Not only can it help you see better it can also help you enjoy a quality of vision that is superior to what is possible with prescription glasses or contact lenses. At LASIK MD, 98% of patients achieve 20/40 vision (the level required to drive a car without glasses or contact lenses) after just one procedure. Many patients achieve 20/15 vision, which is better than 20/20.
With regard to complications, LASIK is widely accepted by surgeons and patients as the safest elective medical procedure. Over the past 20 years, millions of cases have been successfully performed worldwide. In fact, based on a 2009 study that reviewed hundreds of scientific publications, it was found that LASIK has the highest patient satisfaction rate compared to any other elective medical procedure. However, as with any other surgery, there are risks and possible complications. But those risks are small.
The best way to find out if you’re a candidate is to undergo a preoperative consultation. LASIK MD offers free consultations, so try and find a laser vision correction centre near you that offers this service for free.
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