Lasik Eye Surgery – Frugal Novice

Lasik Eye Surgery

All people who need assistance with their vision know only too well the hassle involved with constantly having to carry glasses around, having to remember contact lens solution when planning an overnight trip or even worse, having to leave a party early due to dry, sore eyes.
Once poor vision starts to affect your social life and weighing down those overnight bags it is time you gave it a kick into shape (or should we say re-shape?!).
LASIK eye surgery has become an increasingly popular corrective surgery whereby an excimer laser is used to reshape the cornea of the eye thus alleviating the need for glasses or contact lenses completely in most cases.
If you suffer from Myopia (shortsightedness) Hyperopia (long sightedness) or Astigmatism (curving of the cornea) then do not despair- there is hope for you yet. These are all common problems that can occur with eye sight and can be easily corrected with LASIK eye surgery.
If your vision has been more or less steady for a while now then you will qualify for the surgery, so what are you waiting for?
If you are a little wary of the idea – you are not alone. Granted, initially the procedure can sound daunting but when you learn that risk is minimal, the procedure takes a mere ten minutes and most patients feel very little or no discomfort after the surgery perhaps you will reconsider. Also be reassured by a name you know and trust; Optical Express are the number one providers of LASIK surgery and their expertise is sure to alleviate any worries you might have.
People who have had eye laser surgery say it is one of the best things that they have ever done, particularly those who have been restrained to wearing glasses or contact lenses for many years.
Imagine waking up in the morning and not having to reach for your glasses, or being able to spend the night at a friends without having to nip home for your contact solution; open your eyes to a whole new world with LASIK eye surgery.

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  • Karen Medlin November 18, 2012 at 7:19 pm

    I was thinking of checking into the surgery… as I get older I notice changes with driving at night and reading,. I do get new glasses every 2 yrs, but get tired of wearing them in the summer months,. thank you for the info