The Custom Lasik Differences
How wonderful would it be to get up from bed and walk up to the window to have a glimpse of rising sun and mother nature instead of scrambling for those dreaded glasses?
How refreshing would it be to dive into the pool without worrying about that piece of plastic in your eye? How impressive would it be if you could walk into that marriage gala without being called names?
How much you have wished you were born normal and how much you have hated your dependence on those heavy pieces or irritating plastics?
Ophthalmologists and patients alike were searching for the perfect solution to visual errors.
Ending the long wait CUSTOM LASIK presents the perfect solution for natural vision.
With custom lasik the magic of sight returns, light, color and form that were dull and vague becomes fresh and sharp. Quality of life is transformed, as faded and obscure world is made clear.
As you step out of your frames and limitations, the world with full of opportunities and possibilities welcomes you.
The Custom Lasik - A Step Ahead of Conventional Lasik
Custom Lasik offers a number of advantages over other forms of conventional lasik by reshaping the cornea with excimer laser based on a computer generated ablation map using data from the corneal topographer and wave front aberrometer system for each treated eye unlike going simply by your glass prescription which is prone for errors of judgment.
To simplify, each eye is unique like your finger prints. Custom lasik is a revolutionary concept in lasik which customizes treatment for the correction of visual errors including the smallest of aberrations. In effect you could gain a theoretical visual acuity of 6/3 more like super vision.
Custom lasik can treat a higher range of refractive errors with minimal risk, there by reducing or eliminating a life time dependence on glasses or contact lenses.
Next, an instrument known as microkeratome makes a protective flap in pressure, but no discomfort. You will be asked to look directly at a target light while the laser reshapes the cornea, usually in less than a minute. Then, the protective flap is folded back in place where it bonds securely without the need for stitches. After LASIK, some patients report a slight discomfort that usually goes away within twelve to twenty-four hours.
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