Is Lasik Laser Eye Surgery Right For You and Your Budget?
And on the date of that surgery, Trish showed up and found out where she would be operated on, in the back of a tractor-trailer parked behind a hotel. Trish Cobb: "I was extremely nervous anyway, and when I saw the tractor-trailer I was even more nervous and concerned. It looked like it was run off a generator." Inside, Trish said she felt the trailer move when people walked, and the vehicle was parked just a few yards away from the speeding traffic on Route 83.
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A qualified and experienced surgeon should be able to anticipate if a laser eye surgery candidate will be prone to these side effects and discuss their possibility in the pre-surgery discussion phase, Salk says. Because research shows that the surgeon, rather than where the surgery is performed, is the best predictor of the surgery's success, doing your homework to find a well-qualified, experience surgeon should be your first order of business. Consumer Reports Health suggests looking for a board-certified surgeon who has performed the procedure at least 250 times and who uses equipment approved by the FDA.
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Braverman Eye Center Now Introduces Lasik Costs Miami for Patients
LASIK surgery is fast and painless. It involves reshaping the patient's cornea to remove dependency on glasses or contact lenses. This West Palm Beach Lasik clinic takes 15 to 20 minutes to complete the whole procedure for both eyes. Visible results can be seen within twenty four hours and are permanent. This procedure has become quite popular as a solution for vision correction worldwide. A representative from the Braverman eye center for Lasik in Florida stated, The surgery is performed on the cornea (It provides most of the focusing power when light enters the eye) using a topical anesthetic (drops in the eye). The procedure involves creating and folding back a thin layer of corneal tissue (corneal flap) with a Femtosecond Laser microkeratome (a laser surgical instrument much like a carpenter's plane).
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