If you have problems with your vision – such as astigmatism, long-sightedness or short-sightedness – you might have thought about getting laser eye surgery. It’s an extremely attractive option with the potential to improve your vision dramatically.
To put it simply, laser surgery generally involves reshaping the surface of the eye to correct vision problems. Although a lot of people end up with 20/20 vision following the procedure, this is by no means guaranteed. And, laser surgery is expensive.
Because of this, we decided to put together this short guide to help you decide when to think about getting laser eye surgery. Consider surgery if:
You Can’t Wear Contact Lenses and Don’t Like Glasses
Although they are quite convenient and generally effective, some people are unable to wear contact lenses due to underlying medical conditions or eye problems. Because of this, they have to wear glasses – and as most of us know, not everyone likes this.
Fortunately, laser eye surgery presents a viable alternative to both contacts and glasses. If successful, you shouldn’t need to use any corrective eye wear.