Are you tired of relying on eyeglasses or contact lenses for clear vision? If so, you may find LASIK eye surgery to be beneficial. LASIK stands for laser in-situ keratomileusis and is also referred to as laser-assisted or laser refractive surgery since it corrects refractive errors like myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism.
LASIK is the most common laser eye surgery performed today to correct refractive vision errors. At Advanced Eye Surgeons, this procedure is performed by board-certified ophthalmologist Dr. Archana Gupta, who specializes in refractive surgery.
LASIK eye surgery offers many benefits over other vision correction methods. Not only does it correct the overall vision, but your vision is also corrected almost immediately following the procedure. While it may take a few weeks for your eyes to adjust to your improved vision, results are permanent. The procedure itself is virtually painless due to the numbing drops used, there are no stitches or bandages needed, and patients can return to their normal schedule within 24 hours.
Most LASIK patients experience a dramatic reduction in the need for eyeglasses following LASIK surgery, and some do not need to use glasses or contact lenses at all. Imagine not having to worry about the burden of contacts or glasses ever again! Plus, when you no longer have the need to update your eyeglasses or contact lens prescriptions, you have the potential of saving hundreds of dollars each year.
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If you are interested in learning more about the LASIK procedure and how it can help to improve your overall vision, do not hesitate to contact our Boca Raton or Tamarac, FL offices. At Advanced Eye Surgeons, each eye surgeon aims to provide exceptional care to each of our patients.
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