At USAEyes find
detailed Lasik laser vision correction information, a list of doctors who
have been certified to meet specific patient outcome requirements, informative steps that will help avoid problems, and answers to just about
all common Lasik questions.
Nonprofit: Services are Free
USAEyes is nonprofit, does not
sell Lasik, doesn't accept advertising,
patient services are free.
Make Confident Decisions
in your decisions about conventional Lasik, wavefront custom Lasik, Bladeless Lasik, PRK, LASEK, Epi-Lasik, P-IOL, and RLE . All are discussed without a sales pitch. Researched responses to specific questions about laser vision correction surgery are provided at
our Lasik Forum.
All About Lasik
Lasik is the most
often performed surgery in the US. Occasionally
misspelled "Lasic", " Lasec",
or "Lasix", Laser Assisted
in-Situ Keratomileusis is laser vision correction surgery that changes
the shape of the cornea (clear front) of the eye
to reduce the need for glasses or contacts. Lasik
may correct myopia (nearsighted) or hyperopia (farsighted) vision, astigmatism,
or reduce the need for reading glasses. It is medically
safe and recovery is usually fast and painless, but Lasik
is not right for everyone. The most you can expect
from Lasik is vision after surgery without glasses to be the same quality as vision before surgery with glasses. Although it is possible to have vision after sugery that is better than with glasses, this would be an unreasonable expectation. Because contact lenses tend to... cont.
Looking For Best Lasik Surgeon?
If you are ready to choose a doctor to be evaluated for conventional
or custom wavefront Lasik, Bladeless Lasik, PRK, or any refractive surgery procedure, we recommend you consider a doctor who has been evaluated and certified by the USAEyes nonprofit organization.
Locate a USAEyes Evaluated & Certified Lasik Doctor.
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