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What Makes Laser Eye Surgery So Effective?

Long gone are the days when every individual with poor vision was sentenced to total dependence on glasses or contact lenses in order to see clearly. Thousands and thousands of people across the globe have now realized the immediate and lasting benefits of LASIK vision surgery. While glasses and contact lenses are the means to treat common vision problems like nearsightedness and farsightedness, LASIK surgery truly corrects those vision problems. But what is it that makes laser eye surgery such an effective option for those who want to correct their vision?

In a word, the answer to that question is technology. In the early years of LASIK surgery, the procedure required the use of a mechanical cutting tool to cut a flap in the eye’s cornea. Bladeless LASIK technology has advanced to the point where no actual blade is used, and surgeons are able to reach unparalleled levels of vision correction. Advancements in wave front technology make it possible for a LASIK surgeon to use a computer-controlled laser to exactly match a patient’s eye shape and thickness.

This precision in matching the patient’s eye also leads to a precision in the level of vision correction possible. Unlike glasses or contact lenses, LASIK surgery actually reshapes your cornea to permanently correct your vision. Along with the incredible effectiveness of LASIK surgery is the knowledge that the process is relatively pain-free, with only minor discomfort and a very quick recovery. Plus, once you make the investment in LASIK surgery, you will soon discover the cost savings in no longer having to pay for new contact lenses or glasses. All of this makes LASIK eye surgery a preferred method of vision correction for many qualified candidates.

Are you seeking a LASIK eye surgeon in Cleveland? Contact the experienced team at LASIK Vision Centers of Cleveland today or schedule an appointment to learn more about our LASIK surgery process.