Buggered_lasik_eye_surgery by andissswin

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Buggered lasik eye surgery

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Summary:
Often times you haven't even done anything to get buggered eyes. By that
I mean you haven't actually personally damaged them to the point of
needing visual aid. If you're like many you were just born with buggered
eyes, and have had to deal with the hassles of glasses or contacts for a
time that is too long to remember.


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Article Body:
Often times you haven't even done anything to get buggered eyes. By that
I mean you haven't actually personally damaged them to the point of
needing visual aid. If you're like many you were just born with buggered
eyes, and have had to deal with the hassles of glasses or contacts for a
time that is too long to remember.

Is it worth it? - The hassle. That is the question that you should be
asking yourself. Contacts came and made it more convenient, but what now?
Eye surgery! Eye surgery has been around for several years now, and it's
amazing at how many people are still skeptical about it.

What is Lasik Eye Surgery?

Good Question - Glad you asked. Lasik is an acronym that stands for
Laser-assisted In Situ Keratomileusis. It's a procedure in which a laser
is used to correct the shape of the eye, an as a result to correct the
vision of the patient.

The first form of Lasik surgery was in 1970, when Dr Jose Barraquer, made
it possible by developing the first microkeratome. The microkeratome is
used to cut thin flaps in the cornea and alter its shape, in a procedure
called keratomileusis. Building off the work of DR Barraquer Dr. Lucio
Buratto in 1990 & Dr. Ioannis Pallikaris took the technique and made it
widely effective and safe.

With the long history that is behind the surgery, there is not a need to
be skeptical. I would recommend talking to your eye doctor, to gain more
advice on the surgery and to see when and if it's right for you. Good
luck, happy sight!

								
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