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Considering laser eye surgery but just not sure? If you’re ready to forget your frames and leave your lenses behind, laser eye surgery is a great option. Some people may feel a little anxiety because of a lot of misinformation that still surrounds the operation, so let’s talk facts.

If You Weren’t Before, You May Be Eligible Now

Many believe that a high prescription makes you ineligible for laser eye surgery, but the technology has advanced in recent years, meaning 98 percent of individuals seeking treatment can be helped with laser eye surgery. It’s also not just for people who require contacts or glasses consistently; laser eye surgery can correct reading vision, doing away with the need for reading glasses.

It’s Quick and Painless

When we hear “surgery”, we generally think of hours-long procedures that are in-depth and invasive. Laser eye surgery, however, typically takes about 15 minutes start to finish, with the surgeon spending about 3 minutes per eye. Most people report feeling little to no discomfort; the laser isn’t hot— in fact, it’s cold— and can’t burn your eyes or skin, and there’s no chance of going blind. Recovery is typically as quick as one day, with most people able to return to work and operate a vehicle the very next day.

The Improvement Is Rapid and Huge

One doctor reports that he has patients focus on a target during the surgery, and they notice it come into focus as he performs the procedure. By the time they’re off the table, they can read the clock across the wall. This has big implications when it comes to various hobbies and occupations that require eye wear or the lack thereof, as recipients of laser eye surgery can now participate without worrying about either being unable to see clearly, or breaking their glasses or losing a contact.

It Could Save You Money

Laser eye surgery costs have gone down over the years as the technology improves and becomes more widespread, but glasses and contacts have stayed roughly the same price. Though the upfront cost of laser eye surgery can be steep depending on your particular needs, the savings compared to a lifetime of buying contacts, solution, prescription glasses, and everything else associated with correcting your vision day-to-day are huge. This calculator can help you determine how much you’ll save by opting for laser eye surgery.

If you’re sick of impaired vision and the corrective lenses it forces you to rely on, laser eye surgery is a great option. Consider looking into businesses like the Cornea Consultants of Nashvilleor someone similar in your area today. You could be glasses-free in just a few minutes!




By Kara Masterson
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Biography: Kara Masterson is a freelance writer from West Jordan Utah. She graduated from the University of Utah and enjoys writing and spending time with her dog Max.

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