What is LASIK?
LASIK, which stands for Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis, is a highly advanced vision surgery and is regarded as a truly innovative and highly effective treatment for correcting vision problems. Common eye problems are astigmatism, farsightedness and nearsightedness, and Fort Worth LASIK Vision Center uses LASIK, which is a type of refractive surgery that can be utilized to correct these problems. Many people are shocked to hear that a procedure such as this can take as little as five minutes. During the procedure a tiny flap is made in the cornea so that laser pulses of energy can reshape any abnormalities.
When the corneal reshaping has been completed the flap will be delicately put back into position by the eye surgeon. The eye is able to heal itself very quickly so stitches are not required, and to help the healing process eye drops will be used. At this stage you will be able to go home and relax. We have found that the majority of our patients return to work the very next day as they experience 90% vision correction within 24 hours. The overall healing process can take from between 2-6 weeks.
What is iDesign Lasik?
Vison transcends mere clarity or distance. It entails envelopment in intricacy, a plunge into every moment, enraptured by the entirety of existence. The iDESIGN® Refractive Studio grants your physician the capacity to bestow a genuinely customized LASIK process, meticulously tailored to your individuality.
- iDesign Lasik is 25 times more accurate than
- Ensures a specialized custom laser
- Is able to achieve 20/16 or better vision for the
majority of patients
For suitable candidates, laser eye surgery can change people’s lives for the better in a major way. People who are over 18, who have problems seeing far away, up close or have astigmatism, are all potentially suitable for LASIK eye surgery. Determining if people are suitable for LASIK is our doctors first part of the overall procedure. We provide free Fort Worth LASIK screenings so we can determine if you are right for this type of surgery.
Contact us now to discuss all aspects of the procedure, and we will be happy to answer any questions you have regarding eye surgery Fort Worth. Please take a look at our Fort worth LASIK blog.
By Robert Warren