Laser Eye Surgery
There are many things you should know about laser eye surgery. Many consider it 100% safe, but it is important to remember that there is always a certain chance of risk, as with any other surgical procedure. Most patients generally get a 20/40 vision, and do not need to wear glasses anymore after surgery, but certain issues should still be taken into account, before one decides on a laser eye surgery. It is definitely a very advanced procedure, and aims to correct the problems of vision. In the procedure, light rays are refracted or bent by the cornea, so as to direct them on the retina. Any person thinking of going in for laser eye surgery should be informed about the procedure, the benefits and risks, and of course – choosing a reliable and suitable eye surgeon is a must. It’s always important to remember that just as with any other surgery, there are certain complications that may occur, so it is always better to be informed and then make a decision. In fact, one possible adverse effect of laser eye surgery is the ability to see distanced objects clearly, but see up-close objects as blurry.