Beauty is in the Iris of the Beholder

February 2, 2017

With so many people glued to their television screens, tablets, and smartphones, it’s a wonder anyone has 20/20 vision at all. for those who are not so lucky to have perfect vision, glasses, and even contact lenses can now be a thing of the past. The good news is almost everyone can have 20/20 vision with a procedure called laser eye surgery.

LASIK (laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis) is a surgical procedure used to correct and improve a patient’s eyesight. This procedure is done by an ophthalmologist, who uses a laser to reshape the eyes cornea, thus helping to improve the patient’s vision. LASIK eye surgery is a very popular procedure and more than 92% of patients are satisfied with the results.

Unfortunately, as with anything in life, there are good and bad. As for the percentage of patients who were dissatisfied with the surgery, many complained of a poor quality of living after the procedure. Reduced vision and even pain were among some of the complaints listed by patients, and more than 95% of patients experienced dry eyes after the procedure.

Although laser eye surgery may not be a procedure for everyone, the procedure is widely available throughout the US. You don’t have to live among the stars in order to look like one, or in this case, see like one. Whether you live in California or in Tennessee, laser eye surgery may be able near you. In fact, if you google lasik surgery nashville tn, a number of clinics show up in the results. No matter where you are located, it is very important to thoroughly research the procedure and ophthalmologist so that you may make an informed decision. Your eyes are a very serious matter and not something that should be taken lightly. Although the risk of complications is extremely low, it’s important to do your proper research when it comes to LASIK.

While the cost of the procedure can vary from $250 even up to $4,000 per eye, this may not be something you want to bargain shop. When it comes to surgical procedures, choosing a facility should be based on the doctor’s experience rather than the cost. As with a lot of things in life, you often get what you pay for. A more seasoned or experienced surgeon may come at a higher cost but has a greater success rate. At the same time, just because something is expensive doesn’t always mean it’s better.

At the end of the day, when it comes to surgery, it’s important to do your due diligence and consider all factors. This includes, but is not limited to, reading client reviews, the surgeon’s experience and even the details of the procedure itself. When it comes to surgery, a technique may vary from doctor to doctor so you’d want to ask about that as well. Ask about recovery time and what to expect during and after the procedure. Asking questions is the key to having the best surgical experience possible. You can never ask enough questions, so ask, ask, ask. If hindsight is 20/20, let your foresight be clairvoyant!