Results for: Lasik

How does lasik work?

Basically Lasik is the most popular laser eye surgery that can correct or sometimes even cure common refractive errors like Hyperopia (farsightedness) etc. What Lasik does is (MORE)

Can you have lasik if you are farsighted?

Farsightedness is also called hyperopia, and this is a condition where the light rays are focused behind the eye, which results in blurred vision. Younger patients can "accomm (MORE)

LASIK is the abbreviation of what?

LASIK is an acronym for Laser Assisted Stromal In-situ Keratomileusis which is a mouthful. The laser assisted is easy, stromal is the internal part of the cornea which is trea (MORE)

What is a lasik enhancement?

It describes any lasik platic surgery and for correcting many diseases. It literally stands for laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis and it much more accurate than the litera (MORE)

What does lasik do to your eyes?

Laser Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis (LASIK) is an eye surgery procedure in which a laser is used to reshape the cornea. LASIK eye surgery can correct most degrees of nearsig (MORE)

Can drink after lasik?

of course you still can. for some guidelines check this link this site specialize LASIK. http://www.soroudivision.com/option-for-reading-vision/lasik
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Why was lasik developed?

LASIK surgery was developed in order to improve refractive errors, known as (myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism) these errors are located in the cornea and by removing cornea t (MORE)
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What is wavefront lasik?

With traditional LASIK, you essentially receive what's in your prescription glasses or contacts lenses permanently on your cornea to treat your nearsightedness, farsightedness (MORE)