Should I have Laser Eye Surgery?

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Should I have Laser Eye Surgery?

If you are sick of having to depend on corrective eyewear to see properly, go for a free consultation at the Optilase Eye Clinic nearest you to find out if you are a candidate for eye surgery.
 
The eye problems that necessitate the wearing of glasses or contacts lens make people vulnerable. They’re helpless without vision aids, having to feel blindly around for their specs until the world comes into focus.
 

Laser Eye Surgery Changes Your Life

Laser Eye Surgery mean saying good bye to fiddly lens and the expense of lens solution; autonomy from all the various bits of gear lens wearers need while travelling, and the independence to see your surroundings properly from the moment your wake up to the moment you go to bed.
 
Optilase Eye Clinic treats thousands of patients who have grown tired of holding items at arm’s length or relying on others to read the fine print. If you’ve experienced any vision difficulties, whether you’ve succumbed to corrective eyewear yet, go to Optilase for a definitive diagnosis and see if you are a good candidate for Laser Eye Surgery.

 

What Causes Vision Problems?

 
If you do wear glasses or contact lenses to correct your vision, or are experiencing noticeable vision problems, chances are that you have a problem with the shape of your cornea. The cornea is the transparent covering at the front of the eye, and as light rays enter it, they are focused on the retina at the back of the eye to form an image.
 
When the cornea is misshaped, due to any number of eye conditions, the image you see will be blurry. Depending on the eye condition you have, you experience difficult seeing objects up close (long-sightedness); far away (shot-sightedness) or in some cases, both.
 
Problems with the shape of the cornea belong to a group of eye conditions known as refractive errors. Laser Eye Surgery can fix these, using a precision controlled medical laser to reshape the cornea, giving you clear vision again, without the need for corrective eyewear.
 

How do I know Laser Eye Surgery will work for me?

Optilase Eye Clinic offers a completely free consultation. You will meet with a Laser Optometrist who carries out a range of eye scans and a full assessment to determine if you are a suitable candidate for Laser Eye Surgery.
 
People with a very high or very low prescription for their corrective eyewear may not benefit, or those with certain eye conditions that make them poor candidates for the procedure. This would all be determined in a detailed eye exam with the Laser Optometrist. If they don’t think you’d benefit, they won’t put you forward for surgery! It’s that simple.
 
This usually takes about an hour, and will determine if you are a suitable candidate who would benefit from Laser Eye Surgery and the reasons why, so you’ll know for sure.
 
The Optometrist will explain the procedure and answer any questions for you, so you’ll be completely informed and comfortable with your decision. Just Call Optilase Eye Clinics on 1 890 301 302 and book a free consultation-it may change your life.
 
 

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