LASIK Surgery


LASIK and Diabetes


Posted By on Nov 29, 2018 in LASIK Surgery

When considering a LASIK procedure, the choices of the technology or process remain numerous. The reason for that becomes each’s eyes have a uniqueness, and whatever the condition the eyes have remains unique as well. By having variations built into the process, it ensures ophthalmologists can precisely define the surgery according to the data gathered. It becomes inputted into the laser which does the actual incision or delivers...

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How the Humble Turkey Started LASIK Surgery Globally LASIK has been a standard procedure for at least 20 years.  Deemed popular and reliable in most countries it has enjoyed rapid growth as word of mouth has spread about the success of the procedure. Its more than 90% success rate on patients chose carefully remains impressive by any standards. As the calendar moves into the holidays few know that the humble turkey help created the...

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Ophthalmologists trained in LASIK offer a variety of ways to patients to increase vision. Myopia or nearsightedness continues to increase globally and even in the USA with 42 percent of Americans with a range of ages from 12 to 54 having it. It lists as one of the most common eye problems. Refractive surgeries such as LASIK and PRK improved the field of Ophthalmology since aberrations of the eye could then become precisely measured....

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Halloween, LASIK and You


Posted By on Oct 26, 2018 in LASIK Surgery

One of the fun things about October remains finding a good Halloween outfit for the occasion. People develop a liking for colored contacts, intriguingly dyed hair, and costume antics. All in good fun of course. So, that everyone can have fun safely, good eyesight becomes much needed on All Hallows’ Eve when ghosts and goblins prance about on dark sidewalks and streets. LASIK If your eyesight at twilight does not perform like it use to...

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History of Lasers


Posted By on Oct 10, 2018 in LASIK Surgery

A concept of stimulated emission by light came from Albert Einstein in 1917. He toyed with the idea of photons interacting with highly excited molecules which created an emission with a second photon. Later this action became termed laser which stands for “light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation”. LASIK surgery uses light to make the incision in the eye to correct a vision problem. Bladeless surgery it creates a small...

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Nascar, Formula 1 and LASIK


Posted By on Oct 3, 2018 in LASIK Surgery

Visual acuity, quick thinking, and nerves of steel describe most race car drivers. Nowhere does having aligned vision count more than racing on dusty, dirty tracks or world class paved ones. The video shows the type of sight a race car driver must do to have a successful career.     Staying a top driver means making the experience part of the personal vision. Since the two intimately correlate with movement of the hands a...

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