Iff the surgery is to correct a hindering medical problem, yes I would recommend the LASIK surgery. If it is for cosmetic or vanity purposes, I would not recommend any invasive surgery to your body.
I can definitely recommend the eye surgery (I believe the LASEK is the more modern option but might be wrong) as I have done it myself. Of course do it only if you have a poor sight as it may not make it 100% perfect. I had a high prescription so for me it was like getting a new life.
I would suggest to choose a clinic that has high rating and offers guarantee as in case of any problems, you would be covered by the clinic and potentially have a correction done on their cost.
It was a case for me - apparently I was their nightmare customer - I had two corrections done to my right eye and was under their supervision for 2 years. Still I have never regretted I have done it in first place and it will be 4 years in October from the first surgery. Now I can wear sunglasses if I want to and still see through them
I sometimes wish I could have the procedure done, as I can't read with my contacts. It is an inconvenience to have to use glasses as well. However, the procedure is expensive and my insurance won't pay for it. I will also first need to do more research about the possible risks.
by Elena 5 years ago
Glasses or Contact lenses, which do you prefer to wear and why?
by L.A. Walsh 9 years ago
Facts on Lasik surgery. How effective was it for you? How bad was your sight prior to surgery? What was your recovery like (length, pain level, etc.)? Would you recommend it to others?
by Lavender Jade 4 years ago
Does anyone wear bifocal contact lens? I am thinking about trying them, any tips?My eyesight is getting to the point were I need to wear bifocal glasses, I do wear contact lens' and thought that I might try bifocal contact lens and not glasses.
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Do you wear glasses or contacts?
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Converting contact prescription to eye glass prescription?Google not much help. Hubby has bad eye site -7 in contacts. He is stubborn and doesn't take them out as much as he should because he can't see without them, and since -7 is still functional for him he refuses to go to the eye doctor to get...
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