WHAT SHOULD I AVOID DOING AFTER LASIK?

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LASIK is a refractive surgery which utilizes laser technology to correct imperfections in your cornea. The procedure works wonders to improve vision problems like nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, or presbyopia. If you have suffered from one of these refractive errors, you might be considering LASIK. You might also be wondering what to expect after surgery — more specifically: what can’t you do after LASIK eye surgery?

WHAT ARE THE LIMITATIONS OF A LASER SURGERY?

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When we think of correcting the vision, there is only one thing that comes to our min, LASIK. Day by day, as the technology is advancing, so are the hopes and expectations from LASIK.

THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN LASIK AND FEMTO - LASIK

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For years, LASIK surgery has been considered the gold standard in corrective eye surgery. Due to advances in technology and techniques, however, an even more state-of-the-art treatment option is now available: Femto-LASIK.

RELEX SMILE – MOST ADVANCED LASER EYE TREATMENT, BEYOND LASIK

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ReLEx SMILE (Refractive Lenticule Extraction, SMall Incision Lenticule Extraction) is a minimally invasive approach with advantage of 100% bladeless form of laser eye surgery which does not require the cornea to be ‘flapped’. SMILE is a relatively new refractive procedure designed to treat Myopia (Short sight) and Astigmatism. ReLEx SMILE is flapless, painless, bladeless procedure fully computer operated using a femtosecond laser. The ReLEx SMILE technique is performed using the highly precise advanced VisuMax femtosecond laser from Carl Zeiss AG, Germany. The SMILE procedure is the 3rd generation of laser vision correction after PRK and LASIK Eye Surgery.

REFRACTIVE SURGERY / LASIK

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To fully understand how refractive surgery works, you need to understand how your eye works. This basic knowledge will help you determine if LASIK is right for you. The primary purpose of your eye is to focus light onto the retina. When the rays of light are not focused properly, images may be blurred or distorted and you need glasses or contact lenses to correct it.

LASIK EYE SURGERY

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LASIK, which stands for laser in-situ keratomileusis, is a popular surgery used to correct vision in people who are nearsighted (myopia), farsighted (hyperopia), or have astigmatism.

LASIK EVALUATION AND EYE EXAM

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If any of the following tests or items are not included in your refractive surgery evaluation, it is incomplete. This check list will help you define a quality refractive experience!

LASIK ENHANCEMENT: WHEN ADDITIONAL SURGERY IS NEDDED

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A LASIK enhancement is a follow-up LASIK procedure that sometimes is performed if the outcome of your original vision correction surgery is unsatisfactory or if your vision changes significantly over time.

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