LASIK Technology for People with Poor Vision

I am not blessed with perfect vision. It started when I was in high school when I noticed I could not read the words in written in the blackboard anymore. When we had my vision checked I remember feeling sad that I had to start wearing glasses. For a girl like me who was in high school, wearing glasses was definitely not fashionable but I have no choice but wear it since the opthalmologist said it will be good for my eyes. I was hoping that my vision will become normal again but it seemed to get poorer and poorer. When I was in college I ditched the glasses and started wearing contact lenses. I was thrilled with it at first but then it became a bother to remove and clean it every night. I soon got tired with it and now that I am staying at home, I do not wear glasses nor contact lenses.
I have heard of the procedure called LASIK which is a surgical procedure to correct one's vision. I could not believe it when I first heard it, a life with perfect vision where I do not have to squint just to see what is written on television when I am watching the news, no more blurred faces of people when I go out, no more need to buy glasses or the hassle of putting on lenses, ah that is perfect for me. I am secretly hoping I can have it done when I have enough money. Since a surgery will be performed on the eyes I am aware that it has risks but it will be comforting to know that serious complications are less than 1% and some of the complications are eventually resolved over time. Aside from it being a painless procedure, recent development combines 3D mapping and customized treatment for the 1st all-laser technology which the US Military and NASA have approved for use on their pilots and astronauts.
I hope when the time comes, I will be eligible for this procedure, I heard only 75% are eligible. For people like me who are thinking of having this surgery it is best to do your own research and get your LASIK information. Also, look for a reputable doctor who can perform this procedure.


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3 comments:

Crazy Working Mom said...

My sister had this procedure yesterday! She already has 20/30 vision. :) How exciting!!

CrAzY Working Mom

Pamela Kramer said...

I had Lasik surgery 11 years ago. It's one of my all time best moves. I can see and there are no more glasses or contacts. No regrets at all! As soon as my daughter turned 18 we paid to have it done for her as well. She loves it too.

reanaclaire said...

no, normally they dont want my post blog, if i submit, then they will say incorrect.. perhaps i will blog again and change some wordings..
not so sure what they want..that is the problem..anyway, thanks

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