Many people struggle with their eyesight and feel that having poor vision holds them back in their professional and social lives. Wearing glasses can affect the way people feel about the way they look and wearing contact lenses can often be uncomfortable. Wearing glasses or contact lenses can also affect the activities people can take part in; for people that love playing contact or adrenaline sports this can inhibit them significantly; people that want to pursue careers that require perfect vision may also have to give up their dreams because of their sight. In practical terms, it can also be a real inconvenience to wear a different pair of glasses for reading and driving, for example. Over the course of time, the cost of wearing glasses or contact lenses can also mount up so laser eye surgery can provide a cost-effective solution in the long-term.
Guide to Laser Eye Surgery
- Laser eye surgery intro
- Alternative treatments to laser eye surgery
- Who can benefit from laser eye surgery?
- How do I know which surgeon or clinic to choose?
- How much does laser eye surgery cost?
- Is laser eye surgery painful?
- When can I play sport and drive after laser eye surgery?
- What precautions should I take after surgery?
- Why have laser eye surgery?
- How long does the laser eye surgery procedure last?
- How long does recovery from laser eye surgery take?
- How long do the results of laser eye surgery last?
- What are the risks involved with laser eye surgery?
- Is laser eye surgery safe?
- Can I have both eyes done on the same day?
- Is laser eye surgery suitable for everyone?
- Types of laser eye surgery treatment